Welcome to cloud.weekly. The weekly-ish newsletter on all things cloud. I read all the cloud vendor news, so you don’t have to. Let’s get into it.
Amazon Web Services
[Release] - New EC2 T4g Instances
A new generation of low cost burstable instances , T4g. From t4g.nano to t4g.2xlarge for any use case you can think of. Try them out on the free tier!
[DevOps] - Azure Container Instances - Docker integration now in Docker Desktop stable release
Deploying containers to Azure ACI now available through the newest version of Docker Desktop CLI.
[Release] - NFS 4.1 support for Azure Files is now in preview
NFS 4.1 support for Azure Files will provide our users with a fully managed NFS file system as a service, thats kinda cool!
Google Cloud Platform
[Whitepaper] - Cloud Key Management Service
Getting the most out of your Cloud Key Management Service, A Deep Dive Into Google KMS that assumes nothing about your experience level, recommended reading.
[DevOps] - Cloud Run integrates with continuous deployment
A new Cloud Run feature for CI using your Git repositories. You don’t have to deploy directly from development machines now, check out this new feature.
[Security] Google Kubernetes Engine Security Bulletin | GCP-2020-012
A vulnerability was recently discovered in the Linux kernel, described in CVE-2020-14386 , that may allow container escape to obtain root privileges on the host node. Here’s the Google Kubernetes Engine security bulletin
[Tutorial] - All You Can Eat: A Four Step Tutorial to Integrate Big Data into Your Data Warehouse
How you could use Oracle Cloud to build yourself Big Data infrastructure.
[DevOps] - Introducing Dynamic Update of Load Balancer Shapes
A new feature that enables the ability to modify Load Balancer Shapes without having to destroy and recreate them.
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