How DevOps Is Automating the Workplace

Source:-cmswire.com If automation is increasingly important in the digital workplace, one of the principle enablers of automation is DevOps. DevOps is everywhere, and has been for a long time, but in terms of automation it makes software and app delivery a lot quicker, enabling enterprises that have developed it to push it to market sooner and making it more reliable for the end user. Amazon Web Services describes DevOps, or to be more accurate the DevOps model, as a combination

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10 courses that can help upgrade your skills

Source:-tribuneindia.com The lockdown due to COvid-19 pandemic over the past three months has brought all economic activity to a standstill. With employees stuck at home and most companies resorting to work from home the contours of work and productivity standards are changing fast. It is very important for professionals to stay relevant in a fast-changing job scene. Fiscal constraints being faced by a majority of businesses have made it mandatory for professionals to broaden their horizons and stay relevant. Acquiring

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Bringing AI and HPC expertise to cloud computing

Source:-cio.com You don’t have to look far to see that artificial intelligence is becoming an integral part of business operations. Today, businesses everywhere are reinventing their processes to take advantage of AI-driven capabilities, from chatbots in customer call centers to robotic vehicles in distribution facilities. This rapid adoption of AI-driven services has brought about a corresponding demand for high performance computing. That’s because it takes a whole lot of computational power to train deep learning applications, do AI inferencing in

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Udacity, AWS to offer scholarships for Machine Learning enthusiasts

Source:-telanganatoday.com With this scholarship, applicants will have an opportunity to take the foundational course titled — AWS Machine Learning Foundations Course. Hyderabad: Learning platform Udacity has announced its partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer scholarships to help prepare the global workforce for the demand for machine learning capabilities. With this scholarship, applicants will have an opportunity to take the foundational course titled — AWS Machine Learning Foundations Course. The top 325 performers from this course — who successfully

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AWS and Facebook launch an open-source model server for PyTorch

Source:-techcrunch.com AWS and Facebook today announced two new open-source projects around PyTorch, the popular open-source machine learning framework. The first of these is TorchServe, a model-serving framework for PyTorch that will make it easier for developers to put their models into production. The other is TorchElastic, a library that makes it easier for developers to build fault-tolerant training jobs on Kubernetes clusters, including AWS’s EC2 spot instances and Elastic Kubernetes Service. In many ways, the two companies are taking what

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Azure Insights: IoT; Web app security; Storage Accounts; Exam prep

Source:-msdynamicsworld.com April 20 2020 Microsoft Azure pros share their latest advice on working with Azure IoT, security for web apps, launching Storage Accounts and exam prep. Making sense of Azure IoT Writing on Build5Nines, Chris Pietschmann explored Azure IoT from the perspective of an admin. Many users are already familiar with the rose of IoT (short for Internet of Things), which adds network connectivity to sensors and industrial devices. Cloud technology has further expanded IoT, adding in an AI and

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HOW TO MANAGE SECRETS IN KUBERNETES

Source:-analyticsindiamag.com Kubernetes is currently the de-facto standard for container orchestration. As organizations globally are adopting a Container first development approach, a large part of existing workloads is still running on virtual machines, be in the public cloud or a private data centre. Hence a lot of companies are now facing severe challenges in migrating from their old methods to Kubernetes. However, there are times when you want bake-in sensitive secret information into your Kubernetes cluster and share it across when

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Which [r]evolution lies ahead for cloud computing in Southeast Asia?

Source:-datacenterdynamics.com The challenges faced by businesses in terms of new skills, new application needs, legacy IT management etc. are constantly increasing as businesses realize that cloud computing is no panacea. From a small revolution at first, cloud computing has in recent years evolved into a key strategic development driver not only for businesses but also for governments — in short, for society at large. By 2025, IDC predicts that Southeast Asia’s cloud computing market in expected to reach US$40.32 billion,

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CLOUD COMPUTING IS HELPING DEAL WITH CORONAVIRUS

Source:-analyticsinsight.net With Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov) causing a bigger number of deaths than the 2003 SARS episode and giving no indications of containment, one thing turns out to be clear: the sickness is out of our control at this moment and we will need to get innovative if we need to catch it. The illness began in China back in December and keeping in mind that there’s been a lot of discussion around how it was taken care of, it’s essential

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Google Cloud and AWS launch new services on machine learning and containers respectively

Source:-cloudcomputing-news.net Another day, another product launch in the land of the hyperscalers – and for Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services (AWS), their new services are focusing on machine learning (ML) and containers respectively. Google’s launch of Cloud AI Platform Pipelines, in beta, aims to provide a way to deploy ‘robust, repeatable machine learning pipelines… and delivers an enterprise-ready, easy to install, secure execution environment for ML workflows.’ This can be seen, for Google Cloud’s customers, as a potential maturation

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