In the Know: Top 5 Must-Read Cloud Stories, July 9
Every day Talkin’ Cloud pulls out five must-read cloud computing stories from the news cycle for its readers to review. Today’s column features Amazon Web Services, Acronis and IBM.
Some of these stories have been gathered from Talkin’ Cloud’s article database or that of its sister sites, while others have been collected from elsewhere on the Internet. If we missed something, feel free to leave a comment below. We love to know what headlines are grabbing your attention.
Here’s today’s list of must-read cloud computing stories.
AWS Taps into API Economy. At the AWS Summit in New York on Thursday, AWS is making an API management platform available as an AWS service, which AWS CTO Werner Vogels said is the “latest example of how AWS is moving beyond infrastructure to turn entire platforms into a programmable service.”
Acronis Unveils New Data Protection Platform. The Acronis Data Protection Platform includes backup, disaster recovery and secure file sync and share solutions, building on the success of its recently launched Acronis Backup Service.
IBM Research Alliance Produces Ultra-Small Computer Chips. Researchers have developed a computer chip that is 50 percent smaller than the smallest chips in use today, according to a report by Top Tech News, which could enable much higher performance in cloud computing and mobile devices.
Microsoft Azure Makes Migrating From AWS Easier, Improves High-Performance Computing Support. Microsoft Azure is making it easier for developers to migrate from AWS cloud with new features for Azure Site Recovery using technology from InMage, a company it acquired last year.
Lumen21 Adds Cloud Platform for its HITRUST-Compliant Cloud Computing Solution. Lument21 has launched an infrastructure as a service offering on Microsoft Azure that is compliant out of the box for organizations in the healthcare, financial services or retail sectors.