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AWS hoping to pick up stream with Cloud Digital Interface: Low latency cloud network for uncompressed video

Cloud connection with the performance of 12G-SDI - as long as VMs are physically close together Amazon Web Services has said its new Cloud Digital Interface (CDI) will enable cloud-based video production across multiple virtual machines for the first time.…
Tags: Software, Aws, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Digital Interface CDI


JupiterOne raises $19M Series A to automate cyber asset management

Asset management might not be the most exciting talking topic, but it’s often an overlooked area of cyber-defenses. By knowing exactly what assets your company has makes it easier to know where the security weak spots are. That’s the problem JupiterOne is trying to fix. “We built JupiterOne because we saw a gap in how organizations manage the security and compliance of their cyber assets day to day,” said Erkang Zheng, the company’s founder and chief executive. The Morrisville, N.C.-based startu...
Tags: Security, Tech, Software, Internet Security, Computing, Web Services, North Carolina, Free Software, Amazon Web Services, Bain Capital Ventures, Bain, Series A, Gitlab, Computer Security, Zheng, Enrique Salem


AWS is bursting with pride for its Arm CPU cores – so much it’s put them behind a burstable instance type

If Nvidia wants a proof-of-concept of A64 in a compute cloud, here's one Amazon Web Services has found another use for its home-brewed Graviton2 Arm processors: powering an instance type designed for burstable performance.…
Tags: Software, Nvidia, Amazon Web Services


Meet the exec behind Microsoft's $10 billion JEDI Pentagon cloud contract win and its efforts to woo industries like healthcare, finance, and government

Toni Townes-Whitley, Microsoft's president of US regulated industries. Microsoft Microsoft wants to position itself as the top cloud provider for governments and industries including financial services and healthcare — and one key executive is at the center of it all. Toni Townes-Whitley is Microsoft's president of US regulated industries and helped the company win the Pentagon's $10 billion cloud computing contract. Townes-Whitley was named as one of Business Insider's 1...
Tags: Amazon, Enterprise, Microsoft, US, Trends, Department Of Defense, Army, Aws, Pentagon, Donald Trump, Signal, Cnbc, Amazon Web Services, Nordic, Trump, Brad Smith


Coursera's new annual subscription, Coursera Plus, grants members unlimited access to over 90% of its online classes for $399 a year

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. olly/Pexels Coursera Plus is a $399 annual subscription that grants members unlimited access to over 90% of the e-learning platform's online courses (over 3,000 classes) for a year.Members can earn unlimited professional certificates, which they can add to their résumé and LinkedIn profile. If you're planning to take multiple online courses throughout the year, the upfront investment could be worth...
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Qovery lets you deploy your application without managing your cloud infrastructure

Remember how Heroku was a big break through when it was first released? Qovery wants to do it again by building an abstraction layer between your code and your cloud infrastructure. You push code in a git repository and Qovery manages your services for you. “It’s a container-as-a-service platform for developers. Like on Heroku, you just have to put a .qovery.yml file to describe the dependencies you need,” co-founder and CEO Romaric Philogène told me. Essentially, Qovery sits in-between your ...
Tags: Travel, TC, Developer, Kafka, Devops, TechStars, Amazon Web Services, Digitalocean, Kubernetes, Heroku, Google Cloud, French Newsletter, Qovery, Romaric Philogène


Reminder: $1,000 in AWS Activate credits available for Extra Crunch members

Calling all Extra Crunch members! We’ve partnered with Amazon Web Services for an Extra Crunch Partner Perk, and now eligible members can get $1,000 in AWS Activate credits as a part of an annual Extra Crunch membership plan. If you are already an Extra Crunch member, scroll down to the bottom of the post for directions on how to claim the credits. If you are not yet a member, keep reading. What is AWS? AWS (Amazon Web Services) is the premier service for your application hosting needs, and w...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Tech, Amazon Web Services, AWS Amazon Web Services, Extra Crunch


JPMorgan's PPP problems — Real-estate billionaires abandon Trump — Capital One's tech overhaul

American actor Michael Douglas on the set of Wall Street written and directed by Oliver Stone. Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images Happy hump day.It appears a reckoning is coming for those who abused the federal government's Paycheck Protection Program.Bloomberg reported on Tuesday that JPMorgan issued a company-wide note that acknowledged some customers misused their PPP loans and that "some employees have fallen short, too."The memo, which was also seen be Business Insider, also said...
Tags: Amazon, Washington, New York City, US, Trends, Ford, Gm, Donald Trump, PPP, Amazon Web Services, Michael Douglas, Trump, Reuters, Jpmorgan, Vanderbilt, US Justice Department


In a blow to Amazon, the Pentagon has upheld its $10 billion JEDI contract with Microsoft

Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy. Associated Press The Department of Defense upheld its decision to award its JEDI contract to Microsoft, months after Amazon challenged the decision with a lawsuit. The Pentagon last year chose Microsoft for a $10 billion cloud-computing contract to store and manage sensitive military and defense data. Amazon challenged the decision, alleging political intervention in the US Court of Federal Claims.  A federal judge found Amazon could likely prove the Dep...
Tags: Amazon, Enterprise, Microsoft, Trends, Department Of Defense, Pentagon, Associated Press, Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump, Amazon Web Services, Jedi, Andy Jassy, US Court of Federal Claims, Tech Insider, Ashley Stewart, Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure JEDI


Oracle Loses Appeal in $10 Billion Pentagon Contract Fight

A U.S. appeals court rejected Oracle's challenges to the Pentagon's disputed $10 billion cloud-computing contract. From a report: Oracle had raised a number of issues, including allegations of conflicts of interest with Amazon.com, and claims the Pentagon violate its own rules when it set up the contract to be awarded to a single firm. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit affirmed a lower court ruling that Oracle wasn't harmed by any errors the Pentagon made in developing the contra...
Tags: Amazon, Microsoft, Tech, Pentagon, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, U S Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure


AWS unleashes a new home-grown Linux that's good enough to bottle

Contain your enthusiasm, because ‘Bottlerocket’ is for containers and containers only Amazon Web Services has created a second Linux distribution.…
Tags: Software, Aws, Amazon Web Services


AWS unleashes a new homegrown Linux that's good enough to bottle

Contain your enthusiasm, because ‘Bottlerocket’ is for containers and containers only Amazon Web Services has created a second Linux distribution.…
Tags: Software, Aws, Amazon Web Services


How Shifting to Hybrid Cloud Can Lower Your Business’s Operational Costs

A majority of businesses already rely on cloud solutions in some form. As the cloud grows ever more ubiquitous, so do the range of cloud options available to your business. Hybrid cloud is one solution growing in popularity, and for good reason. It can deliver measurable cost savings, flexibility, and scalability.  Implemented correctly for your unique business needs, hybrid cloud offers the best of private cloud and public cloud. If you’re curious about hybrid cloud solutions, here’s a quick...
Tags: Business, Technology, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Right Now, University of Sydney, Luke Fitzpatrick, Forbes Yahoo News


Jeff Bezos is the first person in history to be worth more than $200 billion. Here's how the world's richest man makes and spends his fortune.

Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, is the richest person alive — and the first in modern history to accumulate a fortune over $200 billion. REUTERS/Katherine Taylor Jeff Bezos, the wealthiest person alive, is now richer than he's ever been.Bezos made his fortune from online retail giant Amazon, but has drawn increasing criticism over the company's size and is slated to defend it at a Congressional tech antitrust hearing on Wednesday.Bezos pledged to spend $10 billion to fight climate ch...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Mark Zuckerberg, Post, Elon Musk, Florida, New York, Yahoo, Life, Finance, US, America, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg


Engineer admits he trashed 456 Cisco WebEx VMs in AWS after leaving the biz, wrecked 16,000 Teams accounts

Wow. Just... wow. And his new employer doesn't want to fire him A former Cisco employee pleaded guilty in a San Jose federal court on Wednesday to unlawfully accessing Switchzilla's Amazon Web Services infrastructure and damaging the networking giant's cloud computing resources.…
Tags: Cisco, Software, San Jose, Amazon Web Services, Switchzilla


Engineer admits he wiped 456 Cisco WebEx VMs from AWS after leaving the biz, derailed 16,000 Teams accounts

Wow. Just... wow. And his new employer doesn't want to fire him A former Cisco employee pleaded guilty in a San Jose federal court on Wednesday to unlawfully accessing Switchzilla's Amazon Web Services infrastructure and damaging the networking giant's cloud computing resources.…
Tags: Cisco, Software, Aws, San Jose, Amazon Web Services, Switchzilla


Donald Trump is losing his tech war with China

President Donald Trump with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He after signing "phase one" of the US-China trade agreement at the White House, January 15, 2020. Reuters The Trump administration has tried to mount a full-court press on China, ramping up its anti-China rhetoric and increasing their military, economic, and diplomatic pressure on Beijing.But the US is losing to China in two important areas — economics and technology — and it's a change that has been a long time coming, writes author and...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Hong Kong, Japan, Sweden, Microsoft, Washington, White House, China, US, Samsung, America, Trends, Analysis, Fbi


Cloudera pulls sensitive files from its ‘open by design’ cloud servers

Enterprise cloud giant Cloudera has pulled several of its cloud storage servers offline, despite initially claiming the servers were “open by design,” after a security researcher found sensitive internal files inside. Chris Vickery, director of risk research at security firm UpGuard, found the cloud storage servers — known as buckets — hosted on Amazon Web Services in late July. The data largely contained legacy Hortonworks data from prior to its $5.2 billion all-stock merger with Cloudera...
Tags: Security, Cloud, Cloud Computing, Tech, Spokesperson, Information, Information Technology, Hortonworks, Computing, Web Services, Amazon Web Services, SQL, Database, Cloudera, Jenkins, Cloud Infrastructure


Amazon Web Services salaries revealed: These 10 cloud jobs fetch as much as $185,000 in base pay — and this is what it takes to get hired (AMZN)

Amazon's dominant cloud computing business Amazon Web Services pays as much as $185,000 in base pay, before bonuses and stock awards. That's according to data the company disclosed when applying for H-1B visas on behalf of foreign workers. We analyzed the data to find the highest-paying jobs within AWS and used job postings to find out more about the positions, including key responsibilities and how many years of experience they require. Do you work at Microsoft? Contact this reporter via encr...
Tags: Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Seattle, Signal, Amazon Web Services, AMZN, Office of Foreign Labor Certification


Twilio's first CIO aims to scale the $37 billion cloud communications company's IT systems during a 'perfect storm' — while also bringing more women into the tech industry (TWLO)

In July, the $37 billion cloud communications company Twilio appointed Michelle Grover as its first CIO to help scale the company's IT systems and tech services. Previously, Grover worked as a senior vice president of software development at SAP Concur. Throughout her career, Grover has worked to help bring more women and other underrepresented groups into the tech industry.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In July, the $37 billion cloud communications company Twilio appoi...
Tags: Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Silicon Valley, Sap, Amazon Web Services, Twilio, Grover, Google Cloud, TWLO, Techtonica, SAP Concur, Michelle Grover, Black Girls Code Grover


Will More Powerful Processors Super-Charge NASA's Mars Rovers?

The Texas Advanced Computer Center talks to Masahiro (Hiro) Ono, who leads the Robotic Surface Mobility Group at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory which led all the Mars rover missions (also one of the researchers who developed the software that allows the current rover to operate): The Perseverance rover, which launched this summer, computes using RAD 750s — radiation-hardened single board computers manufactured by BAE Systems Electronics. Future missions, however, would potentially use new high...
Tags: Tech, Nasa, Mars, Qualcomm, Snapdragon, Amazon Web Services, Jpl, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Ono, TACC, Texas Advanced Computing Center TACC, Science and Energy Optimal Autonomous Navigation, Texas Advanced Computer Center, Masahiro Hiro Ono, Robotic Surface Mobility Group, BAE Systems Electronics Future


Tech salaries in Texas revealed: How much IBM, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, SAP, and Dell pay developers, engineers, consultants, and others (IBM, ORCL, DELL, MSFT, GOOG, SAP, CSCO)

Texas has long been a major tech hub, home to giants like Dell and known for a dynamic startup ecosystem that rivals Silicon Valley. Major technology companies, including Silicon Valley behemoths like Google, Cisco, IBM, SAP, Microsoft and Oracle have expanded their operations in Texas, including in cities like Austin.  For example, Google hired a customer sales engineer with a salary of $114,000 to $214,000, while Oracle hired a senior developer with a salary of $129,000 to $225,000. Here's a...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Texas, Microsoft, US, Trends, Cisco, Austin, Dallas, Ibm, Silicon Valley, Dell, Oracle, Sap, Amazon Web Services, Vmware


Leaked Palantir S-1 shows company has 125 customers after 17 years

We are still walking through Palantir’s leaked S-1, which as of the time of this writing, hasn’t yet been filed and published by the SEC. This morning, we discussed some of Palantir’s financials , including its revenues, margins, and net losses. Leaked S-1 screenshots show Palantir losing $579M in 2019 The company’s customer base — and it’s high-degree of concentration — is a recurring theme in the leaked S-1 filing that TechCrunch has been reading all day. Palantir has precisely...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Cdc, Ipo, Tech, SEC, Nih, Palantir, Amazon Web Services, Department of Health and Human Services


An exec explains why Google Cloud is making a 'massive investment' in its partners and aims to have them involved in 100% of its new deals as it takes on Microsoft and Amazon (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google Cloud aim to involve its partners in 100% of its customer deals. Google Cloud has been investing heavily in its partnership program, and a report from IDC found that partner revenue from Google Cloud opportunities will more than triple by 2025. Rivals Amazon Web Services and Microsoft both have well-established partner programs, so to catch up, Google Cloud to is getting partners more involved in its sales process. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Google Cloud can't ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Aws, Amazon Web Services, Idc, Gearhart, Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services Join, Gartner AWS, Doug Yeum, Carolee Gearhart, Rivals Amazon Web Services


Utah students are getting free Amazon AWS training, but if the skills fall out of favor it may not lead to a better education or a tech job

Amazon just announced that it has partnered with K-12 schools in Utah to provide free cloud computing training using Amazon Web Services, the company's cloud business. Amazon previously collaborated with California and Virginia's community and public colleges to offer programs in cloud computing using AWS. Some experts warn that training students or job seekers in skills that corporations say they want might not guarantee a job at the company, and might result in time wasted if the skill falls...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Utah, Cook, California, Virginia, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Aws, Ibm, Jeff Bezos, Shell, Amazon Web Services, Glassdoor


Tech Is Not Neutral campaign urges companies to stop working with law enforcement agencies

There are a number of tech companies that either directly work with law enforcement agencies, or supply their tech to them. Amazon’s doorbell camera company Ring has partnered with more than 1,300 police departments and Amazon Web Services sells its product to U.S. Immigration and Customers Enforcement. Meanwhile, Google sells its G Suite tools to police departments, Microsoft has contracts in place with Seattle police and Microsoft -owned GitHub also has partnerships in place with ICE. There’...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Microsoft, Tech, Diversity, Seattle, Black, Amazon Web Services, Nextdoor, Davi, Amazon Microsoft, Kairos Fellowship, Movement for Black Lives Media Justice, Jelani Drew Davi, TechCrunch Tech


Vroom vroom: AI reveals F1’s fastest drivers of the past 40 years

An algorithm has answered the most fiercely debated question in Formula 1: who’s the greatest driver of all-time? F1 and Amazon Web Services used the AI system to calculate the fastest racer in a single qualifying lap — known as the purest indication of raw speed. They first collected data from every qualifying session since 1983. The algorithm then compared the performances of each driver against their teammates — rather than their opponents — so racers in slower cars would have as much chance ...
Tags: Startups, Cars, Artificial Intelligence, Amazon Web Services, Vroom, Neural


New Toyotas Will Upload Data To AWS To Help Create Custom Insurance Premiums Based On Driver Behavior

KindMind shares a report from The Register: Toyota has expanded its collaboration with Amazon Web Services in ways that will see many of its models upload performance data into the Amazonian cloud to expand the services the auto-maker offers to drivers and fleet owners. [...] Toyota reckons the data could turn into "new contextual services such as car share, rideshare, full-service lease, and new corporate and consumer services such as proactive vehicle maintenance notifications and driving beha...
Tags: Tech, Aws, Toyota, Electric, Amazon Web Services, Kinesis


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. Sign up here to get this email in your inbox every morning. Oracle has reportedly entered the race to buy TikTok's US operations, competing with rival Microsoft for the viral app as Trump's deadline looms. The Financial Times reported Oracle has been working with US investors, including General Atlantic and Sequoia Capital, who own a stake in TikTok already. Epic Games has filed a temporary restraining order against Apple with ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, UK, Microsoft, California, US, Dnc, Trends, University Of California Berkeley, Sequoia Capital, Brooklyn Nets, General Atlantic, Financial Times


Oh what a feeling: New Toyotas will upload data to AWS to help create custom insurance premiums based on driver behaviour

Connected car vision has been in first gear for years, cloudy scale could jump-start plans Toyota has expanded its collaboration with Amazon Web Services in ways that will see many of its models upload performance data into the Amazonian cloud to expand the services the auto-maker offers to drivers and fleet owners.…
Tags: Software, Toyota, Amazon Web Services