Dell and VMware Collaborate with Microsoft and AWS Opens Managed Blockchain to the Public. Here is your weekly quick read for the least you should know about Cloud and Tech.

Security
  • Microsoft Snyks in New Security for Open Source on Azure Cloud (Link)
  • Docker responds to Data Breach (Link)
  • 13M Users exposed on Ladders (Link)
  • Palo Alto Networks is using AI to Help Fight Cyberattacks (Link)
  • Security Researchers have Discovered Unprotected Database that Exposed Personal Information of 80 million U.S. Households (Link)
Microsoft Azure
  • Dell and VMware Collaborate with Microsoft (Link)
  • Microsoft Brings Exclusive Features to Windows Admin Center (Link)
  • Azure Monitor Now Displays Azure Active Directory Activity Logs Info (Link)
  • New Azure Regions while one is taken away (Link)
  • Microsoft Buys Express Logic RTOS (Link)
  • Long List of Updates in SQL Server 2018 Now Available (Link)
Google
  • Atos Lauded for its Global Contribution Google Cloud’s Growth (Link)
  • Google Spent $1.2 Million last year to Protect CEO (Link)
  • Nvidia T4 GPUs go Global (Link)
  • Cloud Run Solves some common Serverless Pain Points (Link)
Amazon
  • Vapor IO Provides Direct, High-Speed Connections to AWS (Link)
  • S3 Batch to Process Millions of S3 Objects (Link)
  • Stronger Safety needed for S3 Storage (Link)
  • New EPYC-powered T3a Instances (Link)
  • AWS Opens Managed Blockchain to the Public (Link)
IBM
  • Direct-To-Cloud Storage (Link)
  • New AI and Data Combination (Link)
  • IBM has given its customer base some significant security upgrades with the new releases of IBM i (Link)
  • 24th Year in a row IBM has Raised its Dividend (Link)
  • IBM has announced Multi-Zone availability Region (MZR) now live in Sydney (Link)
Other
  • AWS still Ahead, but Google is Growing (Link)
  • Oracle May Face Challenges Migrating Customers to Cloud (Link)

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