Inside Amazon: 3 Reasons AWS Is No Longer Jeff Bezos’s Growth Engine

Source:-cloudwars.co Oh, to have the problems Jeff Bezos has. You have to feel pretty good if you’ve got a business running at a $43-billion annualized rate and it’s getting knocked for growing “only” 29%. Such is the case with Amazon’s AWS cloud-computing unit, which for the past few years has been not only the fastest-growing business but also the biggest net-profit contributor within Bezos’s company. But that long-running and remarkable narrative got obliterated last week when Amazon reported that Q2 revenue for

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Kubernetes Updates Hit by COVID-19, BLM Recognition

Source:-sdxcentral.com The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and recent social strife has pushed the Kubernetes project to alter its quarterly update schedule through the end of the year, though it’s looking to get back in track (like the rest of the world) in 2021. The Kubernetes 1.19 release should have dropped at some point around June 30. That would have maintained what had been a near metronome-like schedule of platform updates dating back to its initial 1.0 release in mid-2015. However, external

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Covid-19 is Bringing About Opportunities in Cloud Computing ETFs

Source:-etftrends.com The rise of cloud computing has never been more apparent amid the Covid-19 pandemic. With social distancing measures in place, a lot of businesses have their heads in the clouds—that is, using cloud computing as a primary way to run their core businesses—something that will benefit cloud computing exchange-traded funds (ETFs). “The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year has changed everything, from how we live to how we work, and everything in between,” wrote Danny Vena in

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Role of cloud computing and data analytics in reviving retail sector

Source:-expresscomputer.in Aggregated from various channels, such as online and mobile transactions, data exchanges, social media, and the Internet of Things, the retail industry’s data resource is waiting to be tapped The economic repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic have not yet fully unfolded and industries are bracing themselves for the impact. However, as activities slowly resume, the retail sector will play a vital role in kickstarting economic recovery. To thrive in today’s economic climate, retailers are realising the need to leverage

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How to secure software in a DevOps world

Source:-helpnetsecurity.com The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the world has made a growing number of people realize how many of our everyday activities depend on software. We increasingly work, educate ourselves, play, communicate with others, consume entertainment, go shopping and do many other things in the digital world, and we depend on software and online services/apps to make that possible. Software is now everywhere and embedded within just about everything we touch. The pandemic has also significantly accelerated companies’

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Network Monitoring Tools Market May Set New Growth Story | Riverbed, Zenoss, Nagios

Source:-personalinjurybureau.co.uk Latest released research study on Network Monitoring Tools Market delivers volume and values at regional and company levels considering slowdown due to COVID across the globe. From a global perspective, the report analyzes historical data and future prospects to represent the total Global Network Monitoring Tools Market size broken down by various segments (type and application) and by highest potential and emerging countries. Some of theplayers profiled are Riverbed, Zenoss, Nagios, Monitis, Zoho & Monitortools. Unlock new opportunities in

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PlanetScale Brings Fully Managed Databases to Customer Kubernetes Clusters

Source:-globenewswire.com MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PlanetScale today announced the beta release of PlanetScaleDB for Kubernetes, which allows organizations to host their data in their own network perimeter and deploy databases with just a few clicks using the PlanetScale control plane and operator. The new solution offers a SaaS-like experience that eliminates concerns about backups, durability, high availability and other database management headaches. PlanetScaleDB for Kubernetes is a fully managed MySQL compatible database-as-a-service for companies looking

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Accelerating the DevOps process during Covid-19: How CFOs and CISOs can work together

Source:-cloudcomputing-news.net The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about a new normal. Remote working and videoconferencing has never been more popular; and as a direct consequence, the cloud has never been more popular either. Yet a note of caution needs to be applied to those looking at full-speed migration. Jeremy Snyder of DivvyCloud told this publication in April that ‘people are really good at creating stuff, but not at cleaning up after themselves’, while writing last month Margaret Rogers, VP at Pariveda

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The Linux Foundation Adds Free Jenkins Training Course

Source:-devops.com The Linux Foundation, in collaboration with the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF), today launched a free introductory course to the open source Jenkins continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform as part of what it plans will become a series of free and paid online DevOps tools courses. Clyde Seepersad, general manager of training at the Linux Foundation, said that while the foundation already provides access to some higher-level conceptual DevOps courses, the launch of the CDF last year provides a knowledge

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WWF-Indonesia deploys AWS in fight to save ‘critically endangered’ orangutans

Source:-sg.channelasia.tech Non-profit organisation rolls out Amazon SageMaker and Amazon S3 offerings World Wildlife Fund for Nature Indonesia (WWF-Indonesia) has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a preferred cloud provider to help save “critically endangered” orangutans in Indonesia. Terms of the partnership will see the non-profit organisation roll out machine learning capabilities via the cloud to “better understand” the size and health of orangutan populations in their native habitat. The move aims to allow the surveying of more territories with fewer

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