March 24, 2022
A lot of under-the-radar cloud computing news to report this week. Have you seen how much data center capacity the “Big 3” public cloud providers – Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud – have? But that supremacy could soon be challenged by China’s hyperscalers.
Also, IBM Cloud launched a new platform this week for cloud security. Of interest is that the service works not just with the Big 3 environments, but others as well. Most importantly, IBM designed the technology to help organizations get a better handle on their governance and compliance — vital aspects for channel partners to understand.
And did you hear? Intel is buying a cloud startup out of Israel. It’s not a competitor to the Big 3 by any means yet it should help users rein in the costs associated with those cloud environments.
Find out more in this week’s cloud news roundup slideshow, above.
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