Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Wednesday, August 17, 2022

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AWS Plows Snow Family to the Edge

Amazon Web Services added to its Snow family of data migration and edge devices this week with the introduction of a secure edge computing and data transfer device dubbed ...Full Article

AWS Graviton2 Arm-Based EC2 Instances Now Available

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced the general availability of sixth-generation Amazon EC2 C6g and R6g instances powered by Arm-based AWS Graviton2 processors. The new instances are available starting ...Full Article

Tom Siebel’s Unified AI-Big Data Front Against COVID-19

If AI is to help turn back the COVID-19 tide in a timeframe that saves lives and livelihoods, data scientists will need to build machine learning models fast and ...Full Article

Service Mesh Hub Backs Istio as Adoption Accelerates

The list of open source service meshes, a low-latency infrastructure layer designed to link application containers and other microservices, continues to grow as ephemeral application infrastructure scales to production. ...Full Article

AMD Epyc CPUs Available on IBM Cloud Servers

AMD’s expanding presence in the data center and cloud computing markets took a step forward with today’s announcement that its 7nm 2nd Gen Epyc 7642 CPUs are now available ...Full Article

Kubernetes Everywhere: Rancher Labs’ ‘Lightweight’ Version Scales to the Edge

As enterprise distributions of the Kubernetes cluster orchestrator stabilize, and more features are added with each quarterly version release, the expanding community of platform vendors are attempting to extend ...Full Article

DoD Will Revisit JEDI Cloud Contract

The Pentagon will reboot its department-wide cloud contract after a federal judge refereeing a protest filed by Amazon Web Services indicated the cloud giant was likely to succeed in ...Full Article

Google Restructures, Seeking Bigger Slice of Enterprise Cloud Pie

Google Cloud’s focus on larger enterprise customers has resulted in a restructuring that will cut jobs in its cloud operations as it seeks to attract more large corporate customers ...Full Article

Last-Minute Court Order Halts JEDI Rollout

A day before the Pentagon planned to “go live” with its department-wide cloud deployment, a federal judge has ordered a pause in implementation of a hotly contested $10 billion ...Full Article

AWS Wants to Question Trump, DoD on JEDI Bias

The Pentagon cloud wars continue to escalate as Amazon Web Services expands it protest of a $10 billion DoD cloud contract to rival Microsoft with a court filing seeking ...Full Article
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