Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing

November 26, 2019

The buzz surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) is hard to ignore. Huge data sets and large amounts of compute are the perfect match for deep learning, astonishing us with algorithms that have beaten grandmasters at games of chess and Go. Today, with access to no more than a web browser, the benefits enabled by breakthroughs in image and speech recognition not to mention machine translation and more are just a few clicks away. There’s the growth of the cloud to consider too. We’re depositing more and more of our data on virtual drives that make it easier to share, back-up and transfer information providing us with new opportunities both in the office and at home. But what do machine learning and cloud computing mean for scientific research? How can these tools help researchers to manage and navigate the vast datasets generated by increasingly sophisticated detectors and experiments? At big science facilities, data streams that used to be megabits per second are now hundreds of times faster, sometimes even more, as detector upgrades come online and new instruments are installed. That’s a lot of data to analyse and verify.

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Security and Privacy White Paper

whitePaper | October 31, 2022

As cloud-based software solutions become prominent, discussions continue to revolve around security. When organizations implement a cloud-based solution, they put their trust in the solution provider to protect their data and deliver a secure platform.

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Data Sovereignty and the VMware Sovereign Cloud Initiative

whitePaper | June 16, 2022

An overarching aspiration of digital sovereignty represents the need to ensure a national (or regional), sovereign end-to-end digital capability and control. Such an aspiration is not only concerned with the sovereign protection of data, but going beyond such data sovereignty concerns and ensuring access to sovereign digital tools to develop applications.

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The Trellix Approach to Effective Cloud Security

whitePaper | October 27, 2022

In many ways, the cloud1 is more secure than a traditional data center. Asset management, inventory, audit logging, two-factor access controls, connectivity redundancy and firewalls are built into the cloud provider platform. Servers are easier to patch and won’t become outdated within a few years; there aren’t any forgotten boxes sitting in a dark corner with a note reading, “DO NOT TURN OFF.” However, assets on the cloud continue to be compromised, just as those stored in traditional data centers.

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Pulumi Cloud Security Whitepaper

whitePaper | October 24, 2022

Pulumi is a venture-backed cloud computing company in Seattle, WA, founded by industry veterans with decades of experience creating and operating Enterprise software at companies like Microsoft, Amazon, and Google. Pulumi’s user base includes companies of all shapes and sizes, including ISVs, SIs, and Fortune 500s.

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Accelerated business outcomes with Google Cloud and Veeam.

whitePaper | August 20, 2021

Business Challenge Your organization’s lifeblood is its data. To continue to outpace competitors and deliver organizational results, you’re tasked with cloud acceleration to simplify data management, lower backup storage expenses, and ensure data and applications are highly available. Sounds simple but consider that you will need to migrate and secure existing workloads from on premises to the cloud, while continuing to protect data that may need to remain on premises. Additionally, you will need to ensure that any new services delivered natively via the cloud are safeguarded, alongside any virtual workloads, wherever they may reside! Solution Overview “Better Together” Security in the cloud is a shared responsibility between the cloud provider and the customer. Google Cloud is committed to doing its part to protect the underlying infrastructure, but the onus of securing your workloads still rests with you. Jointly, Google Cloud and Veeam® help you do just that by providing solutions that enable you to: • lower storage costs by tiering on-premises backup data to Google Cloud Storage (GCS), • seamlessly migrate and replicate on premises VMware solutions to Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE) • mitigate risk by providing native backup andrecovery for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) IaaS instances.

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Dell emc cloud for microsoft azure stack

whitePaper | February 27, 2020

For the new digital customer, user experience trumps all. Rising customer expectations are driving businesses to rapidly transform and innovate through intelligent applications – built in and for the cloud – that are always available with real-time updates and insights. In order to meet these demands, organizations are embracing digital and IT transformation initiatives, enabled by hybrid cloud platforms.

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