Week at a Glance - Cloud Computing #69
This week's news:
AWS Announces the General Availability of Amazon MemoryDB for Redis
AWS announced the general availability of Amazon MemoryDB for Redis, a new Redis-compatible, durable, in-memory database. The new database service is intended for applications that require microsecond read and single-digit millisecond write performance with data durability and high availability.
Google Cloud hit by outage in new Melbourne, Australia, region
Google's newest cloud region went down for 1 hour and 30 minutes due to 'transient voltage' issues that rebooted network hardware.
The issue occurred at Google's australia-southeast2 region in Melbourne, Australia, which launched just a month ago on 25 July.
ND-series Azure Virtual Machines will be retired by 31 August 2022
Azure ND-series virtual machines have been replaced by newer GPUs which offer dramatically increased performance and support for newer CUDA compute capability levels above 6.1. For instance, NC T4 v3 VMs offer 2-5x the effective throughput at a lower cost per GPU for workloads that can leverage new architectural features.
IBM launches new SASE service to bolster zero-trust enterprise security
IBM has announced a new Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solution designed to encourage the zero-trust security approach in the enterprise.