Cloud Weekly is a series of blog posts which summarize news from Azure, AWS and GCP world.
Today we learn: 👇
👉 How AWS helps with RTO and RPO
👉 Microsoft AI-supercomputer for masses 🤩
👉 Microservices architecture in GCP 🤔
- Scalable, Cost-Effective Disaster Recovery in the Cloud AWS is going forward with DR (Disaster-Recovery) offering providing another service dedicated for this purpose. AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery helps businesses achive they RPO/RTO goals adding more automatization to DR. This service could be utilized against on-premises and cloud environments as well.
Microsoft expands its AI-supercomputer lineup with general availability of the latest 80GB NVIDIA A100 GPUs in Azure, claims 4 spots on TOP500 supercomputers list I can summarize this like that. Microsoft brings AI-supercomputer for masses now. 🤩
Microsoft and AT&T are accelerating the enterprise customer’s journey to the edge with 5G Edge computing and 5G are next hot topic this year and in my opition in next years it will be event more hot 🥵. Microsoft and AT&T start offering 5G Edge Zone as preview for customers this gives opportunity to faster 5G adoption.
What is Cloud CDN and how does it work? In this blog post we understand how Content Delivery Network works under the hood. It is worth reading even for people working with a different cloud provider.👈
Microservices architecture on Google Cloud GCP try to explains what are microservices architectures and when we can use them and of course what services from Google Cloud are available to suite our needs.🤔
Avoiding GCF anti-patterns part 5: How to run background processes correctly in Python Next part of anti-patterns series in this post we understand how to run workers on Cloud Functions.