Cloud News: AWS Lambda Without Vendor Lock and Kubernetes for IoT

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Cloud News: AWS Lambda Without Vendor Lock and Kubernetes for IoT

Take a look at what you might have missed in the past few weeks in cloud news.

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The past few weeks were super rich in cloud-native and serverless news.

More in my curated weekly digest below.

Cloud-Native stack

  • Rancher introduced k3s, a new, minimalistic Kubernetes distribution designed for the edge and IoT.

  • Red Hat publishes partner Reference Architectures for OpenShift and unveils the roadmap of the future v4.0 platform at OpenShift Commons Briefing.

  • TriggerMesh open sources the Serverless Integration Project which allows for the consumption of Knative events in AWS Lambda. Additionally, together with Knative Lambda Runtime, it significantly simplifies migration to the cloud-native stack.

  • CNCF announces the graduation of containerd and launches the Cloud Native Network Functions (CNF) Testbed aimed at aligning network-level developments between VM and container worlds.



  • Announces a preview of Azure Sentinel, intelligent security analytics for your entire enterprise.

  • Announces the general availability of Azure Lab Services.

  • Announces the general availability of Java support in Azure Functions.


  • Amazon RDS for Oracle now supports integration with S3 for data ingress and egress capabilities.


  • IBM Cloud announces the General Availability of IBM Cloud Databases for MongoDB.

Good Reads

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