New MongoDB field-level encryption can help prevent data breaches and an upgrade will allow IBM’s blockchain solution to work across multiple cloud platforms. Here is your weekly quick read for the least you should know about Cloud and Tech.

Security & Breach
  • New MongoDB field-level encryption can help prevent data breaches (Link)
  • The biggest Microsoft Azure security issues you need to know about (Link)
  • CipherCloud Extends Zero Trust Cloud Security to Email for Office 365 and G Suite (Link)

Microsoft Azure
  • Microsoft Azure Bastion service seeks to secure VMs (Link)
  • First data center regions in the Middle East now generally available (Link)
  • Microsoft invites white hat hackers to attack Azure cloud platform (Link)
  • Azure Data Lake Storage gets Okera security and governance platform support (Link)
  • NXP and Microsoft Bring Microsoft Azure Sphere Security to the Intelligent Edge (Link)

Google
  • Google Cloud Scheduler is now generally available (Link)
  • Google and HPE Pitch Hybrid Cloud for Containers, as a Service (Link)
  • $2.6 Billion Deal with Looker (Link)

Amazon
  • Tripwire Joins AWS Public Sector Partner Program (Link)
  • AWS CloudFormation updated its resources for Amazon EC2, Amazon ECS, Amazon EFS, Amazon S3 and more (Link)
  • Amazon Enters Enterprise Content Management Space, Announces General Availability of Textract (Link)

IBM
  • Equinix Expands Collaboration with IBM Cloud (Link)
  • IBM Updating Blockchain Platform (Link)
  • POWER9 on IBM Cloud to Help Accelerate Adoption of Hybrid Cloud (Link)
  • Meet IBM’s New Security Architect for IBM i (Link)

Other
  • HPE Extends Hybrid Cloud Computing Strategy (Link)
  • Google Drive is Separating from Google Photos – Here’s How to Keep your photos synched (Link)
  • VMware Eyeing Container (Link)

 

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