Microsoft Azure embraces commercial blockchain and Red Hat OpenShift now available for IBM and LinuxONE. This and more for the least you need to know about cloud this week.

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Bobby Allen, CloudGenera CTO, recently talked to an analyst firm about what we do in the cloud computing space. They were blown away that our platform tracks the changes in public providers nightly. They noted around 800,000 different pricing & config changes last year and we think that number is probably low.

There is a big difference between knowing that something changed vs. knowing what actually changed. Our research team has built a process to track what’s really happening. We can tell you the stuff that got more expensive while you were focused on the price drops.


Amazon Web Services

• AWS launches payment card security check service.

Available in most global regions, AWS Security Hub provides users with a comprehensive view of their high-priority security alerts and compliance status across AWS accounts.

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• The jellyfish-inspired database under AWS block storage. Read More


Microsoft Azure 

• Microsoft Azure embraces commercial blockchain.

This makes Lition one of the few public/private blockchains currently supported by a major cloud provider like Microsoft. Microsoft also became the first to bring blockchain to the cloud and continues to remain at the cutting edge of blockchain adoption.

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• Thales releases new Azure AD security devices. Read More


Google Cloud 

• Google Cloud opens its Seoul region. Read More

• Secret Manager Security service now available.

Google Cloud recently unveiled a new service called Secret Manager, which is meant to provide a convenient and secure way to store API keys, passwords, certificates, and any other sensitive data that users may need to access on an ongoing basis.

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IBM

• Red Hat OpenShift now available for IBM and LinuxONE.

Containers are the next generation of software-defined compute that enterprises will leverage to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives. IDC estimates that 71% of organizations are in the process of implementing containers and orchestration or are already using them regularly.

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• IBM launches a cloud data and analytics marketplace for developers. Read More


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