PostgreSQL on Amazon Aurora Serverless goes live. Check the price tag before diving in, though

Source:- theregister.co.uk Amazon Web Services has announced the general availability of PostgreSQL on its Aurora Serverless platform. Aurora is part of AWS’s managed relational database service. An Aurora database can span multiple regions for low latency reads. The compute aspect of Aurora is separate from its storage, which is always spread over multiple availability zones (AZs) for resilience. AWS is careful to describe its two Aurora database types as MySQL-compatible and PostgreSQL-compatible, meaning that the implementation is different from the standard

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Google CoLab Vs Azure Notebooks: Which One Should You Prefer?

Source:-analyticsindiamag.com Google CoLab and Azure Notebooks provide a flexible environment for developers to work on. They are very close to each other in terms of characteristics and can often be tricky to pick one. Here is a detailed comparison between the two which has been done on the basis of speed, computing power, memory and more. 1.Speed Google CoLab is not as responsive as Azure Notebooks. The processing speed is definitely faster for Azure Notebooks compared to CoLab. 2.Computer Power

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DevSecOps Survey Finds Failure to Communicate

Source:- devops.com A survey of 1,310 IT decision-makers conducted by the market research firm Vanson Bourne on behalf of Trend Micro finds that while nearly three-quarters of respondents (74%) said integrating developer, IT operations and cybersecurity processes has become more important over the past year, more than one-third (34%) said these silos are making it more difficult to create a DevOps culture in the organization. A full 89% said software development and IT security teams needed to be in closer

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Five steps to scaling up with DevOps transformation

Source:- itproportal.com Whether an organisation is contemplating a major DevOps transformation or a modest improvement to its current software delivery pipeline, it is important to assess where they stand, how far they have already progressed and what challenges remain. The combination of software development with information technology operations, more commonly known as DevOps, is a term that has been bounced about by IT departments for the last decade. Despite the range of benefits this process can offer to businesses, including greater

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ServiceNow says it will run its full SaaS platform on Microsoft’s Azure plus its own cloud

Source:- A couple of months after announcing a strategic partnership with Google Cloud, ServiceNow is expanding its cloud commitments with Microsoft. Cloud-automation platform vendor ServiceNow is planning to make its full software-as-a-service platform available on Microsoft’s Azure in addition to its own private cloud. The July 9 announcement is an expansion of an alliance between the two companies originally announced last fall. Like a number of other independent software vendors (ISVs), such as Adobe, ServiceNow is committing to making Azure

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ASIO asks devs to ‘pitch’ their K8s and docker skills

Source:- itnews.com.audocker skills The new financial year has ushered-in a fresh hiring spree at domestic spy agency ASIO, as the spook shop seeks to stay a step ahead of increasingly sophisticated terrorism and espionage threats targeting Australia. And in what appears to be a first for the agency, candidates are being asked to present a video pitch to showcase their skills, passion and aptitude as well as sending through the usual documentation on candidate competencies and qualifications. The exact number of

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Get to know the VMware HCX platform

Source:- searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com IT administrators who want to extend their virtual server environments to the cloud face challenges related to cost, complexity and the time it takes to make the transition. But VMware offers a solution: Hybrid Cloud Extension. HCX is a set of integrated components that enable you to link your on-premises environments to multiple cloud platforms, making it easier to migrate workloads, distribute applications, implement disaster recovery and in other ways support a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy. Introducing Hybrid Cloud

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Free course: Getting started with Kubernetes

Source :- infoworld.com InfoWorld has partnered with Pluralsight to bring you this free online course. Learn how Kubernetes works and how to use it to manage containers If anything in tech is hotter than Docker containers, it’s Kubernetes. As a matter of fact, Docker and Kubernetes go hand in hand. While Docker has changed how applications are architected and built, Kubernetes has changed how these applications—containerized applications—are deployed and run. An open source project out of Google, Kubernetes has emerged as

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A Single Pane of Glass for Compliance and Security with the Now General Available AWS Security Hub

Source:- infoq.com Recently, Amazon announced the general availability (GA) of AWS Security Hub, a new security service that provides customers with a central place to manage security and compliance across their AWS environment. At the AWS re:Invent 2018 in Vegas, Amazon unveiled AWS Security Hub for the first time to the public as a solution to: Ensure an AWS infrastructure meets compliance requirements Handle multiple formats of findings from various security tools Manage a large volume of alerts and the ability

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Microsoft kills off SQL Server 2008, waves customers onto Azure

Source:- devclass.com Microsoft finally pulls the plug on SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 today, while simultaneously teasing new services to tempt the remaining on-prem holdouts to its Azure counterparts to the aging databases. John Chirapurath, general manager, SQL Server and Azure Data + AI, marked the big switch off with a blog post that thanked customers “for the ten amazing years we’ve had together” while simultaneously pointing customers at its Azure platform. Microsoft is banking on customers moving to either

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