Google Cloud Adds Compute, Memory-Intensive VMs and AWS Announced Its Managed Blockchain Now Supports AWS CloudFormation. Here is your weekly quick read for the least you should know about Cloud and Tech.

Security & Breach
  • Amazon EBS snapshots exposed publicly leaking sensitive data in hundreds of thousands (Link)
  • Capital One hack suspect may have breached more than 30 organizations (Link)
  • Credit Karma glitch exposed users to others people’s accounts (Link)
  • New Data Breach Has Exposed Millions Of Fingerprint And Facial Recognition Records (Link)

Microsoft Azure
  • Azure Aims for Resilience in Face of Regional Catastrophe (Link)
  • Microsoft Opens Security Lab to Test Vulnerabilities (Link)
  • Azure services get new reservation plans with big savings, among other features (Link)
  • Microsoft Bets on India Expansion with Reliance Jio Alliance (Link)
  • Azure IoT Edge runs inside an NGD SSD (Link)

Google
  • CloudBees And Google Cloud Partner To Accelerate Application Development On Anthos (Link)
  • Google Cloud Adds Compute, Memory-Intensive VMs (Link)
  • Google Makes Another Move Towards Blockchain as Cloud Wing Partners with Cypherium (Link)
  • General Availability of Cloud Security Scanner for GKE and Compute Engine (Link)
  • Google Releases Enterprise Database Options, Targets SQL Server Customers (Link)

Amazon
  • AWS Announced Its Managed Blockchain Now Supports AWS CloudFormation (Link)
  • Amazon improves face analysis tech (Link)
  • AWS Lake Formation arrives to build secure data lakes faster (Link)

IBM
  • New IBM Challenge Puts Solving Food Waste in the Hands of Developers (Link)
  • Digital Realty (DLR) Enhances IBM Cloud Capabilities in Sydney (Link)
  • Enhanced DomainTools App for IBM QRadar (Link)

Other
  • VMware is planning a new DaaS offering on VMware Cloud on AWS, called Managed Desktops Solution (Link)
  • Oracle Exadata Creator Launches SaaS Backup ‘Disruptor’ Clumio (Link)
  • Dell Technologies Cloud Takes Integration Complexity ‘Off The Table’ (Link)
  • DataLine launches Office 365 data storage service (Link)

 

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