AWS Announces New s3 Intelligent-Tiering Archive Access Tiers, and Ibm Makes It Easier for Clients to Use Public Cloud Services.
Microsoft is working on using holograms in crystals to store data at unprecedented scale, and Google reveals it was hit by 2.5Tbps DDoS.
IBM Divides Into Two Companies To Focus on Cloud and AI and Google’s Functions-as-a-Service offering announces new capabilities.
AWS makes S3 on Outposts available for use ‘just like in the cloud’ and Microsoft Azure starts ‘new chapter’ in 5G engagement.
CloudGenera has partnered with Intel to offer IT teams the opportunity to model workloads in the cloud for a defined period of time with all costs defrayed by Intel.
Nutanix Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure Debuts on AWS
and Microsoft Azure Adds A100 GPU Instances for ‘Supercomputer-Class AI’ in the Cloud.
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CloudTalk | May 2020 EC2 price reduction, already in effect, could save you between 1% to a massive 18% on what you were previously paying and Oracle acquires a substantial early-stage Kubernetes security vendor Octarine. This and more for the least you need to know about cloud for the month of May. Amazon Web […]