Microsoft enhances Azure dedicated host, grows cloud portfolio and IBM is providing 9 free public cloud business services to customers during coronavirus pandemic. This and more for the least you need to know about cloud this week.

Amazon Web Services

• AWS makes Amazon Detective generally available.

Amazon Detective automatically collects log data from a customer’s resources and uses machine learning and statistical analysis to build interactive visualisations which customers can use to deduce security anomalies.

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Microsoft Azure 

• Microsoft dives into 5G with Azure Edge Zones.

Microsoft is embracing a trend that is percolating throughout the industry to blend cloud computing with mobile networks to bolster edge computing for enterprises, IoT, and applications that require low latency.

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• HYCU launches multi-cloud data protection for Azure. Read More

• Microsoft enhances Azure dedicated host, grows cloud portfolio. Read More


Google Cloud 

• MariaDB launches as-a-service SkySQL on Google Cloud. Read More

• Google Cloud suffers “increased error rates,” one week after larger outage.

The errors, which have been ongoing for more than seven hours at time of publication, come less than a week after Google experienced a much larger outage.

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IBM

• IBM providing 9 free public cloud business services to customers during coronavirus pandemic.

Under the new offer, nine IBM cloud products and services are now available for use by IBM customers that need them at no charge for 90 days.

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