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Kubernetes, Container Security Woes Evolving

Kubernetes security has emerged as a booming business as deployments enter production and security vendors release a steady stream of user surveys pinpointing specific pain points in production container ...Full Article

Cloud Developers Ambivalent on AI Misuse

Prompted by a recent backlash among employees at major U.S. cloud technology vendors, a new survey reveals mixed intentions among AI developers about how far they are willing to ...Full Article

Eying Hybrid Cloud Lead, IBM Closes Red Hat Deal

Going all-in on its bet that enterprises are poised to move mission- critical workloads across hybrid clouds, IBM finally announced the closing of its blockbuster deal to acquire open ...Full Article

Microsoft, Oracle Link Their Clouds

Public cloud rivals Microsoft and Oracle are collaborating to allow customers to migrate and run enterprise workloads across each other’s cloud. Market analysts said the partnership illustrates how multi-cloud ...Full Article

NSF Gets Pushback on AI Ethics Research

The National Science Foundation is taking some heat for collaborating with Amazon to fund research on AI fairness. With proposals due at the end of June (“letters of intent” ...Full Article

Google Cloud Goes Global with Nvidia T4 GPUs

Nvidia’s T4 GPUs unveiled earlier this year for accelerating workloads such as AI inference and training are making their “global” debut as cloud instances on Google Cloud. Google (NASDAQ: ...Full Article

Arm, Docker Partner on Cloud-to-Edge Development

Arm has over the last 18 months been rolling out a steady stream of cloud-to-edge computing and Internet of Things platforms. The IP core vendor has now moved to forge ...Full Article

‘Secret’ Azure Cloud Advances as JEDI Looms

Just in time to take on cloud rival Amazon Web Services for a huge Pentagon cloud contract, Microsoft announced new Azure cloud regions and expanded DoD certifications that would ...Full Article

AWS, Microsoft are Final JEDI Competitors

Amazon Web Services and Microsoft will compete for a massive Defense Department cloud contract after a Pentagon probe dismissed protesters’ conflict-of-interest allegations. The decision first reported by Bloomberg effectively eliminates ...Full Article

CIA Said to Prep Multi-Cloud Initiative

A new spy cloud has emerged from the shadows. The CIA is reportedly leading a multibillion procurement effort on behalf of 17 U.S. intelligence agencies dubbed IC Commercial Cloud ...Full Article
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