08. November 2021
Cloud Weekly - Episode 12
Cloud Weekly is a series of blog posts which summarize news from Azure, AWS and GCP world.
Today we learn: 👇
👉 We discover exciting latest news from MS Ignite conference 👉 We drill down GCP networking options 👉 Discover that US Air Force use GCP 👉 Some more tips & tricks with serverless on GCP
I’m also proudly to announce that this article is written 100% in online version of VS Code thanks to vscode.dev.
Microsoft Ignite Book of News Fresh and still warm book of news from November Ignite. I have on my todo list to play a little with new serverless container service Azure Container Apps.
Innovate with cloud-native apps and open source on Azure Kubernetes(AKS) is a most cloud-native ecosystem on which Application Developers build they applications but k8s is also one of most complicated piece of platform. During Ignite Kubernetes is one step further to becoming a commodity.
3 ways to enhance your cloud journey: break, prepare, and optimize your apps in Azure Cloud journey never become easier especially if we have tools like Azure Chaos Studio which implement chaos engineering practices. This is a next piece of software which I want to try in reall world on my todo list.
Key foundations for protecting your data with Azure confidential computing Security become a key aspect in cloud environment especially when more and more companies are migrating they workloads. In Azure we have a new kind of VM machines Intel-based DCsv3 confidential VMs and AMD-based DCasv5/ECasv5 confidential VMs both types of machines contains hardware protected application enclaves. This moves as to concept like confidetial-computing where our data is fully protected by hardware. To go even further does types of machnies can be utilized as worker nodes in AKS.
Choosing a network connectivity option in Google Cloud Another week and next diagrams from GCP. Today we discover more networking options in Google Cloud especially if we need to connect our on-premise environments. Worth to read…
Avoiding GCF anti-patterns part 3: How to establish outbound connections correctly Next article from anti-patterns series. Today we discover how to deal with an outbound connections and what to do when we receive HTTP 500 as a response.
Forrester names Google AppSheet a Leader in low-code platforms for business developers! This is a quite supprising news for me that GCP have some low-code solutions and they are a Leader in such a kind of platforms. I’m wonder how they are in comparison to Power Apps from MS.
Air Force Research Lab fosters collaboration, security, and productivity with Google Workspace Air Force Research Laboratory is a leader in development of cutting-edge new technologies for US Army. AS collaboration platform they choose Google Workspace to work on new super confidential projects 🤔.