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Thales | December 08, 2020
Thales declared another joint effort with Google Cloud that will quicken the ability of endeavors to securely relocate sensitive information between public cloud, hybrid and private IT infrastructures. Together, the two organizations will offer new capabilities that empower security groups to claim and control their encryption keys while assisting with satisfying uplifted administrative necessities in the midst of the present profoundly disseminated labor force. Expanding on a multi-year history...
venturebeat.com | January 27, 2020
2019 was a pivotal year for the cloud native community, with lots of announcements that made it hard to get a clear view of what’s happening. But there are 4 key trends in the cloud space that will shape 2020. And if you take a step back, you’ll spot them. A big step back.
In June 2014, Google announces it is embracing Docker, and open-sourcing a new tool to manage compute workloads over large scale computing infrastructure. It is hailed as a revolution. Google Open Sources It...
cloudcomputing-news.net | February 17, 2020
Alibaba Cloud hit more than RMB10 billion (£1.18bn) in revenue in its most recent quarter, with revenues up 62% year over year.Total revenues for Alibaba were at RMB161.4bn (£17.7bn) for Q419, at a yearly growth of 38%, meaning Alibaba Cloud comprises 6.7% of the China-based retail giant’s overall revenues. Cloud revenues for Q2 and Q3 were at $1.13bn (£867m) and $1.3bn (£997m) respectively.On a wider scale, major focus was placed on the emerging coronavirus epidemi...
techcentral.ie | March 03, 2020
Quick, can you spot the common link between MongoDB, DataStax, Redis Labs, Percona, Couchbase, and EnterpriseDB? If you said, “They’re all open source database vendors,” you would be mostly correct. (Not all offer databases governed by an open source license.)
But if you said, “Each offers an increasingly popular database-as-a-service cloud offering,” you would be spot on. Indeed, while we have spent a few years with erstwhile open source vendors changing the...
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