From the dozens of new announcements at 2020's AWS re:Invent, by far the two categories with the most announcements have been in the areas of compute and machine learning. While attempting to summarize those here would not do them justice, I'd like to highlight three of the most interesting and eye-popping ones as we begin 2021.
Multi-cloud environments can unleash a host of management challenges. Cloud solutions architect Jacob Picart offers advice on making multi-cloud work.
There is a plethora of reasons why an organization may still be running these older operating systems, but as any respectable security practitioner will say, applying patches is the first line of defense against network-based threats.
As this year comes to a close, and with the Microsoft Ignite and AWS re:Invent conferences behind us, I'd like to share what I find to be the most exciting announcements from the leading cloud service providers (CSP) as it relates to your infrastructure and cloud adoption strategy. While both CSPs introduced dozens of new features and services during the past few weeks, what is most profound is their approach to bring the cloud closer to you; not just by introducing on-premise hardware but also partnering with industry transit providers to reduce latency.