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Technology giant Amazon recently announced their cloud-gaming service Luna will receive a number of new features and improvements. Launched just under a year ago, the paid for subscription service offers users the chance to play a range of games on a number of devices by streaming the content from Amazon’s servers.
In recognition of the value of DevOps in growing business, cloud platform Amazon Web Services (AWS) and media company theCUBE are planning a livestream event on September 22nd at 9am titled ‘AWS Startup Showcase: New Breakthroughs in DevOps, Data Analytics & Cloud Management Tools’.
Under the system, photos uploaded to iCloud will be checked to see if they match with known images of child abuse.
Founded ten years ago, OCP is now setting its focus on open silicon designs and will work to boost innovation around AI, sustainable immersion cooling and optics.
Netskope protects sensitive data held in a range of locations, namely Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google’s Cloud platform.
Like many other enterprises in its sector, Nokia has come to realise the power of cloud to bring benefits to their customers.
In a bid to provide developers, platform engineers, and DevOps teams an improved way to manage and support cloud-native applications, venture capital-backed start-up Shipa recently launched Shipa Cloud.
A range of new solutions aimed at improving multi cloud data security have been released by security vendor Thales. These products offer enhanced data protection for the most sensitive data stored in cloud hyperscalers including Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services.
Specialist developer and operator of advanced data centres, Kao Data, has signed a new customer in Civo, a flexible, developer-first cloud platform based on Kubernetes technology.
American software firm ServiceNow has announced the acquisition of Lightstep, an application monitoring and observability business. Launched in 2017, Lightstep has raised over $70 million from venture capital and counts brands like Spotify and GitHub as clients.
Announced yesterday at Red Hat Summit, the Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus builds on Red Hat OpenShift to offer enterprises advanced security for DevSecOps.
“I am so proud of what the Cloud Security Alliance has built over the years, and the Trusted Cloud Provider designation reflects this. It aligns with CSA’s principles of making organisations stronger and more secure, and encouraging professionals to increase their knowledge of leading-edge security topics – all of which supports the community at-large,” adds Reavis.