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Paymentsense proves agility during Coronavirus thanks to Google Cloud migration

Source:-diginomica.com Paymentsense  is one of Europe’s fastest growing fintech companies, offering small businesses an affordable payment processing service and software. It currently has 70,000 customers, processes approximately £10 billion of sales every year, along with 250 million transactions annually. Up until recently Paymentsense mostly managed the relationship with its customers and was essentially a sales/service organisation, whilst another separate financial services organisation did the acquisition and core processing. However, Paymentsense has since applied to the FDA to become an e-money

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HOW TWITTER DUMPED HADOOP TO ADOPT GOOGLE CLOUD

Source:-analyticsindiamag.com Back in May 2018, Twitter announced that they were collaborating with Google Cloud to migrate their services to the cloud. Today, after two years, they have successfully migrated and have also started reaping the benefits of this move. For the past 14 years, Twitter has been developing its data transformation pipelines to handle the load of its massive user base. The first deployments for those pipelines were initially running in Twitter’s data centers. For example, Twitter’s Hadoop file systems

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Instaclustr Offering Fully Managed Open Source Elasticsearch on AWS

Source:-globenewswire.com The newest addition to its fully managed open source data-layer technologies, Instaclustr providing enterprises with production-grade, scalable, and 100% open source Elasticsearch REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Instaclustr, the leading provider of fully managed solutions for scalable open source technologies, today announced the general availability of Instaclustr Managed Elasticsearch. The addition of Elasticsearch to the Instaclustr Managed Platform expands Instaclustr’s one-stop destination for deploying, managing, analyzing, optimizing, and monitoring all components of enterprises’ data layer

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Google Cloud Unveils Kubernetes-based Game Servers beta

Source:-.thefastmode.com Google Cloud has announced the availability of Game Servers beta, a managed service offering of open source game server Agones. Agones is an open source game server hosting and scaling project built on Kubernetes, was cofounded by Google Cloud and Ubisoft to offer a simpler option. Whereas Agones is ideal for managing regional game server clusters, Game Servers supercharges Agones to simplify managing global multi-cluster game server fleets. Developers who are already running Agones in production workloads may now

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Data Theorem Delivers Advanced API Security through Google Cloud Marketplace

Source:-finance.yahoo.com Data Theorem’s API Security Solutions Give Customers Ability to Uniquely Automate Continuous API Security Analysis and Vulnerability Inspection on Google Cloud Platform Data Theorem, Inc., a leading provider of modern application security, today announced its availability on Google Cloud Marketplace (GCP Marketplace), providing customers with differentiated API security solutions that enable them to uniquely automate continuous API security analysis and vulnerability inspection on Google Cloud. Google Cloud Marketplace lets users quickly deploy functional software packages that run on Google Cloud Platform. Google

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Google launches a-built ‘Game Servers’ beta for high-scalability cloud gaming backend

Source:-siliconangle.com Google today announced the availability of “Game Servers” in beta test mode, a managed service offering using a service called Agones, which is an open-source game server hosting and scaling project built on Kubernetes. Using Agones, game developers and publishers can provide critically needed servers for games to maintain great multiplayer experiences. Game developers now increasingly rely on dedicated severs in order to deliver lag-free and high-fidelity gameplay for connecting players, but scaling in these environments can be difficult. In

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Amazon settles non-compete lawsuit involving AWS sales exec who joined Google Cloud

Source:-geekwire.com Amazon settled a lawsuit involving a former Amazon Web Services sales executive who joined rival Google Cloud last year. Amazon sued Philip Moyer in July after he left the company to join Google. In its lawsuit, the tech giant argued Moyer’s move to Google would “threaten the disclosure of Amazon’s highly confidential information,” in an alleged breach of his non-compete agreement. Moyer’s new role as vice president of sales for healthcare and life sciences for Google Cloud didn’t violate the non-compete agreement

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Hitachi Vantara Skims Containership’s Kubernetes Assets

Source:-sdxcentral.com Hitachi Vantara scooped up the debris of Containership’s disastrous Kubernetes cruise, announcing that it has acquired the assets of the failed startup for an undisclosed amount. The deal comes six months after Containership permanently docked its operations. Bobby Soni, COO for Hitachi Vantara’s Digital Infrastructure Business Unit, explained in a blog post that the acquisition includes Containership’s “Kubernetes IP” that is based on its Kubernetes Engine. That platform is a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF)-certified Kubernetes distribution that supports

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New Google Cloud Feature Simplifies Data Science Deployments

Source:-cdotrends.com Google Cloud this week announced a new feature that can make it significantly easier for system administrators and data scientists to set up and maintain their specialized data infrastructure environments in the cloud. Called “machine images”, the new feature essentially stores all the information needed to restore a virtual machine. While this can already be done by an older feature known as “custom images”, machine images can span multiple disks and contains instance properties of individual machines, instance metadata,

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Google Cloud reveals new offerings for telcos, pairs with AT&T

Source:-totaltele.com AT&T will be the first operator to explore the possibilities of Google’s Global Mobile Edge Cloud AT&T will be looking to maximise the potential of mobile edge computing after its latest deal with Google Cloud was announced on Thursday. The company will be seeking to leverage Google’s new Global Mobile Edge Cloud (GMEC) service. The new service will effectively bring Google’s Cloud capabilities to the edge of AT&T’s network, allowing greater implantation of Google’s varied tech, such as AI,

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