Week at a Glance - Cloud Computing #71
This week's news:
AWS rolls out EKS Anywhere and EKS Connector
Amazon today announced the general availability of Amazon EKS Anywhere, a deployment option for Amazon EKS that enables companies to create and operate Kubernetes clusters on-premises using VMware vSphere. EKS Anywhere provides an installable software package for creating and operating Kubernetes clusters on-premises, as well as automation tooling for cluster lifecycle support.
Microsoft warns Azure customers of flaw that could have permitted hackers access to data
Microsoft warned some of its Azure cloud computing customers that a flaw discovered by security researchers could have allowed hackers access to their data. In a blog post from its security response team, Microsoft said it had fixed the flaw and it had no evidence malicious hackers had abused the technique.
It said it had notified some customers they should change their login credentials as a precaution.
Google is building a 'next-generation' cloud for Germany
Google is building a 'Sovereign Cloud' for public and private sector organizations in Germany. It's coming online in mid-2022, says Google. Google is working with the German IT services firm to deliver a jointly run Sovereign Cloud on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) with key controls operated by T-Systems.