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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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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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The rise of cloud computing has had a smaller climate impact than feared

Source:-engadget.com Computing output jumped 6 times while power consumption rose only 6 percent. As more and more gargantuan data centers come on line, environmentalists have been concerned about massive increases in electricity consumption and pollution. However, according to a new study published in Science, that simply hasn’t happened. While cloud computing output has jumped by 600 percent from 2010 to 2018, energy consumption rose by just 6 percent. That’s because companies like Google have massively increased efficiencies with new chip

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Why VMware Bought the Network Monitoring Startup Nyansa

Source:-datacenterknowledge.com VMware’s recent acquisition of AI-powered network analytics startup Nyansa strengthens its network monitoring and management capabilities, but the startup’s technology also beefs up VMware’s broader, strategic efforts to help customers automate IT operations, analysts say. VMware said it was buying Nyansa in January. The Palo Alto, California-based startup is behind Voyance, a cloud-based network analytics system that provides network visibility and, using machine learning, detects problems and anomalies and recommends potential fixes to improve network and application performance. Related:

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Five Surprising Ways Enterprises Are Putting Kubernetes To Work

Source:-forbes.com About five years have passed since Google handed over control of Kubernetes, its open-source container management platform, to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Since then, Kubernetes has quickly become the leading container orchestration solution on the market. A 2019 survey that our company conducted with Aqua Security revealed 87% of respondents were running applications in containers, with nearly 90% of them running them in production. While Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for orchestrating applications in containers, the

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HeleCloud CEO: People thought AWS managed everything for them, but they’re waking up to the reality

Source:-tech.newstatesman.com HeleCloud is an Amazon Web Services (AWS)-only systems integrator and managed services provider (MSP), with offices in London and in the Netherlands, as well as an engineering camp in Sofia, Bulgaria. The company has two sides to its business – the professional services side and a managed services side. CEO and co-founder Dob Todorov explains that the company provides cloud managed services as a “24-7 highly automated operation, which allows support for mission critical applications on the AWS platform”.

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Three Keys to Successful AI Adoption

Source:-devops.com Over the past several years, we have begun to see the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) in businesses. According to a study for the AI Index 2019 Annual Report, more than half of respondents report their companies are using AI in at least one function or business unit. Thirty percent report they have AI embedded across multiple areas of their business. As businesses continue to develop their understanding of what is possible with AI, we can expect to see

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The three keys to a successful, data-driven 2020

Source:-gigabitmagazine.com It won’t come as a surprise to anyone that data growth is on the up, but what may be less widely known is that the places where data is being generated are starting to change rapidly. Businesses will start to see how more of their data is being produced in the cloud or the edge, rather than in traditional data centres. The main impact of this will be on how these businesses analyse and understand their data in these

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