Category: Cloud Computing

AI, GitHub + More – 5 Key Announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2021

Microsoft Ignite 2021 has come and gone. It was an online affair this year, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t many exciting announcements. In this review, I’ll take a quick look at some of the most interesting developments at Ignite...

/ November 23, 2021

JEDI: Oracle and Google enter the bidding war for Pentagon cloud contract

Fin is an editor at TechForge Media and University of Bristol graduate. He wields an impressive knowledge of the latest technologies and has interviewed leading industry figures from companies like CBS, Rakuten, and Spotify. You can follow his Twitter @FinStrathern...

/ November 23, 2021

AWS Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) 3.0 is Now Available

The AWS Cloud Adoption Framework (AWS CAF) is designed to help you to build and then execute a comprehensive plan for your digital transformation. Taking advantage of AWS best practices and lessons learned from thousands of customer engagements, the AWS...

/ November 23, 2021

Scaling for the future of ophthalmology with artificial intelligence powered by Azure Healthcare APIs

Disconnected medical data sets are everywhere. Particularly in the imaging segment, the growth in the number of devices, data size, and types of data being captured is breaking the traditional systems for managing data on-premises. Many companies are turning to...

/ November 23, 2021

Head in the clouds: Securing a path to the cloud for your business

Stuart Green is a cloud security architect at cybersecurity firm Check Point. The International Data Corporation (IDC) has dubbed 2021 The Year of the Multicloud, and with good reason. Even prior to the pandemic, the market for cloud tools was broadening...

/ November 23, 2021

New – Amazon EC2 R6i Memory-Optimized Instances Powered by the Latest Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

In August, we introduced the general-purpose Amazon EC2 M6i instances powered by the latest generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors (code-named Ice Lake) with an all-core turbo frequency of 3.5 GHz. Compute-optimized EC2 C6i instances were also made available last month....

/ November 22, 2021

Amazon MemoryDB for Redis – Where speed meets consistency

Modern apps are not monolithic; they’re composed of a complex graph of interconnected microservices, where the response time for one component can impact the performance of the entire system. For instance, a page load on an e-commerce website may require...

/ November 22, 2021

AWS Skills Centre launches in Seattle as part of cloud training initiative

Fin is an editor at TechForge Media and University of Bristol graduate. He wields an impressive knowledge of the latest technologies and has interviewed leading industry figures from companies like CBS, Rakuten, and Spotify. You can follow his Twitter @FinStrathern...

/ November 22, 2021

Advancing service resilience in Azure Active Directory with its backup authentication service

“Continuing our Advancing Reliability blog series, which highlights key updates and initiatives related to improving the reliability of the Azure platform and services, today we turn our focus to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). We laid out the core availability...

/ November 22, 2021

Microsoft expands cloud services with two new datacenters in Wyoming

Today, I’m thrilled to share that we are announcing the launch of two new Microsoft datacenters in Cheyenne, Wyoming—one in Cheyenne Business Parkway and another in Bison Business Park—enabling us to expand and support the growth and demand for our...

/ November 22, 2021