Microsoft readies its AWS Outposts hybrid competitor: Azure Stack ‘Fiji’

Source:-zdnet.com Microsoft is working on a new member of the Azure Stack family, which will provide Azure hardware managed via the Azure public cloud, for customers to install in their own datacenters. Microsoft is developing a new member of its Azure Stack hybrid computing family that is codenamed Azure Stack “Fiji.” Fiji is meant to provide users with the ability to run Azure as a local cloud, managed by public Azure and delivered in the form of racks of servers

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It’s time to think differently about how to develop cloud computing talent

Source:-information-age.com As businesses across the world become more reliant on the cloud, how can they upskill their workforce and develop cloud computing talent effectively? The disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated business’ dependence on technologies, such as the cloud. The dial was always moving in this direction, but now the global economy is increasingly reliant on the cloud to facilitate remote working and as a result, developing cloud computing talent must now be taken as a priority. How

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10 Top Cloud Computing Startups

Source:-informationweek.com These cloud-native startups are redefining familiar technology and enabling entirely new products. Previous1 of 11Next The global pandemic may have put a damper on many sectors of the economy, but it doesn’t seem to have hindered the cloud computing market. According to the latest forecast from Gartner, the public cloud market will likely grow 6.4% in 2020 to reach $242.7 billion. Software as a service (SaaS) is particularly strong, accounting for $104.7 billion of that total. In a 2020

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Migrating big astronomy data to the cloud

Source:- nature.com Six lessons from astronomy’s embrace of cloud computing. Astronomers typically work by asking observatories for time on a telescope and downloading the resulting data. But as the amount of data that telescopes produce grows, well, astronomically, old methods can’t keep pace. The Vera C. Rubin Observatory in Chile is geared up to collect 20 terabytes per night as part of its 10-year Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST), once it becomes operational in 2022. That’s as much

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Things to know about Cloud computing

Source:-gisuser.com Over the past years, the use of the term “cloud computing” in discussions surrounding the internet has increased. From blog posts to the twitter mainstream, the concept seems to be gaining ground around the world. How big is this industry? As of 2019, the global industrial cloud computing market was estimated to be about USD 320.14 Billion and is predicted to hit USD 1992 Billion by 2030. Asides that, a majority of established companies are beginning to incorporate cloud

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How certifications, remote work affect cloud computing salaries

Source:-searchcloudcomputing.techtarget.com How many certifications you have and where you live will likely drive what you make as a cloud engineer. Catch the latest cloud salary and hiring trends. COVID-19 has caused a spike in demand for lucrative cloud-related roles, which could offer engineers an opportunity to take the next step in their careers. However, the adoption of remote working strategies could complicate how professionals are compensated across the IT industry going forward. The average annual salary for a cloud engineer

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Bennett University offers BCA in Data Sciences and Cloud Computing

Source:-news.careers360.com NEW DELHI: As the world is becoming more prone towards technology, preparing students for the future of technical work and fulfilling their passion to excel in developing cutting edge computer applications becomes the need of the hour. Bennett University launches the Bachelors in Computer Application (BCA) programme with specializations in the most sought after fields – BCA (Data Science) and BCA (Cloud Computing & Cyber Security), from the academic year 2020-21. Students will be doing three certifications out of Cloud

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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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VMware Hands Control of Kubernetes Ingress Project Contour Over to CNCF

Source:-datacenterknowledge.com Joe Beda, one of its creators, said one reason for the move was reassuring non-VMware developers that Contour’s development wouldn’t be steered by a single company. When the Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced a couple of weeks ago that it had accepted the Kubernetes Ingress controller, Contour, as a project, its decision only made sense. After all, CNCF is already the home for both Kubernetes and Envoy, both necessary for running Contour, as well as about all other software

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Researcher builds solution to work-from-home cloud-computing “storms”

Source:-utsa.edu The outbreak of COVID-19 pushed rapid deployment of the work-from-home movement. Azure Cloud Computing saw a 775% increase in cloud usage in social-distanced areas, while Amazon Web Services experienced 33% growth in the first quarter of this year alone. As more companies migrate their operations to a virtual world, though, cloud environments will experience additional service disruptions. Now, a computer science researcher at UTSA has helped develop Orchestra, an algorithm that keeps up with the demand of cloud computing

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