Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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AWS Upgrades its GPU-Backed AI Inference Platform

The AI inference market is booming, prompting well-known hyperscaler and Nvidia partner Amazon Web Services to offer a new cloud instance that addresses the growing cost of scaling inference. ...Full Article

Why Nvidia Bought Mellanox: ‘Datacenters Will Be…Like High Performance Computers’

“Future datacenters of all kinds will be built like high performance computers,” said Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang during a phone briefing on Monday after Nvidia revealed scooping up the ...Full Article

DARPA Tackles Enterprise Cyber Security

The sheer breath of distributed enterprise networks increasingly running in the cloud are outpacing the ability of the latest commercial security tools needed to identify and counter cyber threats. ...Full Article

How Open Software-Defined Storage Unchains the Enterprise

By decoupling storage controller software from hardware, software-defined storage (SDS) has the potential to unleash a number of possibilities, including massive storage scalability to handle massive amounts of data. ...Full Article

Google Offers Fixed-Price Cloud Storage

  Thomas Kurian, who succeeded Diane Greene last November as chief of Google Cloud, has been outspoken about plans to compete more aggressively in the cutthroat public cloud market. ...Full Article

Malware Goes ‘Polymorphic’

Malware is evolving, appearing in many forms as malicious code infiltrates computing platforms under many guises. Security experts refer to this chameleon-like malware as “polymorphic code,” and one researcher ...Full Article

In Stock Market Return, Dell Delivers Revenue Growth, Operating Loss

In its return to publicly traded markets, Dell Technologies announced a mixed bag of final quarter and fiscal year financial results: fourth quarter (period ending February 1) revenue totaled ...Full Article

Cloud Giants Launch Kubernetes Hub

The Kubernetes ecosystem continues to expand with the formation of a “operators’ hub” that serves as a public registry for finding Kubernetes-native services. OperatorHub.io was launched this week by Red ...Full Article

Google Shifts Kubernetes Focus to Datacenters

Google has released a beta version of its cloud platform the incorporates Kubernetes to help build and manage services in hybrid deployments with a particular emphasis on in-house services. ...Full Article

Hybrid Clouds Remain Unsecured as New Threats Emerge

The added layer of operational complexity associated with hybrid cloud deployments is only making it harder for security teams to ward off attacks—assuming cloud users have created those teams ...Full Article
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