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🔒  Trump Effort to Keep U.S. Tech Out of China Alarms American FirmsThe administration wants to protect national security by restricting the flow of technology to China. But technology companies worry it could undermine them instead.New York Times - EconomyFeb 17MORE HISTORY

⛅  You can blame Nvidia, not just Activision Blizzard, for their GeForce Now falling-outImage: Nvidia When we learned that Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service was losing access to every Activision Blizzard game only one week after leaving beta, I’ll admit my first thought was that maybe a short-sighted, money-grubbing corporation had decided to take its ball and go home. That may still be what happened, but it turns out there was a more pressing problem: Nvidia didn’t actually get permission to keep its games on GeForce Now after launch. [...]The VergeFeb 15

⚙  Amazon EBS Multi-Attach now available on Provisioned IOPS io1 volumesToday we are announcing general availability of Multi-Attach on Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) volumes. You can now enable Multi-Attach on Amazon EBS Provisioned IOPS io1 volumes to allow a single volume to be concurrently attached to up to sixteen AWS Nitro System-based Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances within the same Availability Zone. [...]Amazon Web ServicesFeb 15FRESHLY RELATED   

⛅  Microsoft JEDI defense contract delayed by federal judgeA federal judge has ruled that the Pentagon and Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) must temporarily suspend work on the Defense Department's joint enterprise cloud infrastructure contract until a court hears Amazon Web Services' challenge of the contract, Federal Times reports. The contract was expected to start Feb. [...]Bizjournals - San AntonioFeb 14

⛅  Angular 10 will emphasize Ivy artifacts, polishingWith Angular 9 now available, the Google development team behind the TypeScript-based web development framework anticipate that the next release, Angular 10, will focus on Ivy artifacts. [ Don’t miss InfoWorld’s 2020 Technology of the Year Award winners: The best software development, cloud computing, data analytics, and machine learning products of the year ] The Ivy compiler and rendering pipeline, designed for faster compilation, smaller bundles, and improved debugging, became the default in Angular 9. [...]InfoWorldFeb 12

⚙  How your app can stay up when the network goes downKubernetes, Docker, and microservices are just how new application software is created now. With new applications, there is usually a graph between your front end and the request layer to the back end of a mobile application. However, after that, there is still a web circa-2007 request to the back end over a nice, fat, latent connection through several firewalls to some kind of application server and database. [...]InfoWorldFeb 12

⛅  InfoWorld Technology of the Year AwardsInfoWorld’s annual Technology of the Year Awards recognize the best and most innovative products in the areas of software development, cloud computing, big data analytics, and machine learning.Note that we do not have a formal submission process for the Technology of the Year Awards. Winners are chosen based on our coverage of products throughout the year. [...]InfoWorldFeb 11FRESHLY RELATED   

⛅  Now Available: Updated Versions of 2 APN Partner Digital CoursesWe’re excited to announce updated versions of two of our digital courses, AWS Solutions Training for Partners: Amazon Connect (Technical) and AWS Technical Professional. These digital courses were designed, respectively, to help APN Partners understand how to discuss the technical advantages of creating a cloud-based contact center with Amazon Connect, and also to gain a basic technical understanding of AWS services. [...]Amazon Web ServicesFeb 11

⛅  2 ways 5G will change cloud computing5G is coming—a technology that has more misinformation around it than anything I’ve seen before. Much of this bad data is focused on cloud computing.The reality is that it will take a while to roll out 5G. We need to upgrade our phones, cell towers, network devices, and more, and that won’t happen overnight. [...]InfoWorldFeb 11

⛓  Blockchain: The revolution that hasn't quite happenedBlockchain was hyped as a secure and cheap way to store or retrieve data, but it is yet to take off.BBC - TechnologyFeb 11

🔒  White House Earmarks New Money for A.I. and Quantum ComputingThe technologies are expected to become an important part of national security, and some worry the United States is behind China in their development.New York Times - TechnologyFeb 10

⛅  New Quick Start deploys Poly-integrated Amazon Connect CCP on AWSThis Quick Start automatically deploys the Poly-integrated Amazon Connect Contact Control Panel (CCP) in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud in about 30 minutes. This Quick Start is for users who have already configured an Amazon Connect instance in their AWS account and want to enable support for Poly, which provides headset button call control. [...]Amazon Web ServicesFeb 07FRESHLY RELATED   

⛅  Cloud spending is outpacing cloud cost governanceEnterprises across the globe dished out a record $107 billion for cloud computing infrastructure services in 2019. This is up 37 percent from the previous year, according to a new report released by analyst firm Canalys.This is not surprising given that public cloud usage is up. However, at the same time enterprise IT has no idea how much the bills will be, nor how to place guardrails around public cloud spending. [...]InfoWorldFeb 07

⛅  How to query and extract data from SaaS applicationsBehind every SaaS application are databases storing business information about employees, suppliers, customers, and other partners. SaaS applications support workflows such as CRM for sales and marketing, cloud ERPs for financials, workforce management for human resource functions, and other enterprise and departmental services. [...]InfoWorldFeb 06

🔒  What the airport of 2030 will look likeWhether it's biometrics to get through security, an airline app that tells you if your flight is delayed or free Wi-Fi and charging areas for all travelers, there's no doubt technology this past decade has helped enhance the airport experience for fliers around the world.CNN - WorldFeb 05

⛅  NASA Awards Launch Services Contract for Earth Science MissionNASA has selected SpaceX of Hawthorne, California, to provide launch services for the agency’s Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem (PACE) mission.NASA - EarthFeb 04

⛅  7 best practices for managing a multi-cloud environmentMulti-cloud strategies and hybrid IT environments bring a set of challenges that technology leaders might not have expected.InfoWorldFeb 04

⛅  AWS Storage Gateway is now available on Linux KVM hypervisorThe AWS Storage Gateway service now includes the Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor as a deployment option for all gateway types. If you use KVM hypervisor-based on-premises infrastructure, you can now deploy Storage Gateway in your environment to access virtually unlimited cloud storage. [...]Amazon Web ServicesFeb 04

⛅  AWS Cloud Map supports editing custom service instance attributes in the AWS ConsoleAWS Cloud Map now allows you to view service instance details and edit custom service instance attributes in the AWS Console. This feature, which was previously available only through the AWS CLI, SDK, or API, provides better visibility into the composition of your services and simplifies updating the metadata associated with cloud resources registered in AWS Cloud Map. [...]Amazon Web ServicesJan 24

⛅  Quick Start Update: HashiCorp Consul on the AWS CloudHashiCorp and AWS are pleased to release a major update to the HashiCorp Consul Quick Start, which deploys HashiCorp Consul on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. HashiCorp Consul is a tool that provides a foundation for cloud networking automation by using a central registry for service-based networking. [...]Amazon Web ServicesJan 22

🔒  The first DDoS attack was 20 years ago. This is what we’ve learned since.On the 20th anniversary of the first distributed denial of service attack, cybersecurity experts say the internet must be redesigned to prevent them.MIT Technology Review - MobileApr 18

Venture capitalists are still throwing hundreds of millions at blockchainsA look at the data shows that despite the crypto market’s long downturn, VCs are still betting big.MIT Technology Review - MobileApr 02

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