Google Goes Hybrid, Beanstalk for Windows, and Azure Event Grid
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Cloud Services Platform, Google’s hybrid cloud solution, is in Beta.
New EKS Quickstart: reference architecture, cloud formation template.
The Well-Architected Tool now supports architecture reviews for on-premise and hybrid cloud workloads.
Elastic Beanstalk gets a host of improvements for the Windows platform: managed updates, immutable deployments, and improved monitoring, including X-ray.
CodeBuild becomes faster by supporting caching for source code, Docker layers, and custom folders.
Announced a preview of distributed tracing support for IoT Hub, which enables observability starting at the edge device through all hops within the hub.
Event Grid, a fully managed event routing service, releases a massive set of features for guaranteed delivery, and improves integration and security.
Upcoming OpenShift 4 platform vision. How is it different from v3?
"Continuation of Knative tutorial" by Mete Atamel.
"The service mesh era: Securing your environment with Istio" by Samrat Ray.
"Re-Imagining Virtualization with Kubernetes and KubeVirt" by Itamar Habar.
"Assessing App Portfolios for Onboarding for OpenShift" by Trevor Quinn.
"Hybrid Cloud Connectivity" by Sai Vennam.
"7 Key Considerations for Kubernetes in Production" by Platform9
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