Cloud Blast: Chip-to-Chip Talk, Aegis from Algorithms, CD Foundation is Mustered + more
We all know algorithms control what we buy, where we live, whether we get a job or a bank loan, and even predicts our words in Gmail. Did you pick your love or did Tinder? "The idea is vote with your wallet" says Hosanagar. "We ultimately have the option to walk away from these tools. So if we feel like a company is using our data, and we don't find it acceptable, for some people that might be where they draw the line and walk away."
Other HOT Cloud headlines include:
• The Linux Foundation announces new foundation to support Continuous Delivery collaboration
• The Continuous Delivery Foundation to serve as new home for open-source CI/CD projects, reports SDTimes
• Intel, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, HPE, Cisco, Dell-EMC, Huawei and Alibaba join forces to create Compute Express Link, a high-speed interconnect for chip-to-chip communication, reports Network World
• Rancher Labs Launches Submariner Networking Project for Kubernetes, reports Container Journal
• InfoQ discusses designing and building a resilient Serverless System
• Enterprise Irregulars talks about what it takes to make a great SaaS company
Meanwhile, Jax advises us not use Jenkins Pipelines for continuous delivery. The sites says Jenkins may seem "all-purpose"
• DevOps(dot)com: F5 Networks acquires NGINX to meld NetOps with DevOps
• ComputerworldUK gives a history of AWS: A timeline of defining moments from 2002 to now
• Google Cloud poaches longtime Oracle executive to lead Apigee team, reports Silicon Valley Business Journal
• AWS Elasticsearch distro stokes Open Source competitive fires, reports TechTarget
• VMware sets sail as a Telco Cloud "Great Power", reports Light Reading
• Cloud native is the new normal... Are you ready? Asks ITProPortal
In other news, Dell EMC announced enhancements to the VxBlock 1000 converged infrastructure. Tying the converged infrastructure solution into the VMware vRealize suite was key, Brian Henderson, director of product marketing for converged infrastructure and open networking at Dell EMC, told eWEEK. "We believe VMware is going to be this operational hub for the cloud, and you've started to see some of that messaging slowly come out, and you'll see us double down on that type of story as we get closer to Dell Tech World [in April] and one of those foundational platforms will be VxBlock," Henderson said.
• Gigaom shows you how to build a sustainable Cloud strategy in Multi-Cloud Environments
• The Verge: IBM didn't inform people when it used their Flickr photos for facial recognition training
• Cloud Native Computing Foundation surpasses 375 Members
• SwiftStack announces Multi-Cloud AI/ML Data Management Solution
• Redmond Channel Partner gets Microsoft's reasoning behind replacing SCOM with Azure Monitor
And lastly, TECHIexpert asked the question: Is it important to learn Hadoop to a data scientist? There appears to be a slight disconnect here. A recent survey found that just 48% of data scientists utilized Hadoop or Flash on their employment while 76% of the Data Scientists said that Hadoop is excessively moderate and requires more exertion on information planning to the program. In spite of this, listing for data science positions typically list Apache Hadoop as the second most essential expertise for a Data Scientist.
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