This is the final part of a three-part overview discussing Architecting on Google Cloud Platform. Parts one and two addressed infrastructure services and augmented infrastructure. Today we’ll discuss Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions.
PaaS solutions were some of the first services offered…
Link: Understanding Google Cloud Platform Application Services
This is part one of a three-part overview discussing Architecting on Google Cloud Platform.
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is Google’s public cloud offering comparable to Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. The difference is that GCP is built upon Google’s massive, cutting-edge infrastructure…
Link: Understanding Google Cloud Platform Infrastructure Services
By Samuel GreengardIt’s no secret that cloud computing has changed enterprise security requirements. As organizations adopt new services, applications and methods to manage data, the need to address changing data models and threat risks is essential. According to Alert Logic’s 2017 Cloud Security…
Link: eWEEK’s Top 10 Vendors: Cloud Access Security Brokers
Alongside the new 11 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models, Apple introduced a second-generation Apple Pencil, which is designed to work exclusively with its latest tablets. In our latest YouTube video, we took a look at the new Apple Pencil 2 and compared it to the original Apple Pencil to highlight all of the improvements that Apple made with the second iteration of its iPad stylus.
Link: Original Apple Pencil vs. Apple Pencil 2
Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene is stepping down, to be replaced by Thomas Kurian, a 22-year Oracle veteran, Greene announced Friday. “When I joined Google full-time to run Cloud in December 2015, I told my family and friends that it would be for two years. Now, after an unbelievably stimulating and productive three years, it’s time to turn to the passions I’ve long had around mentoring and education,” Greene says in a post on the Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Cloud Blog.
Link: Google: Greene’s out as Cloud Boss
Windows on ARM is about to get a lot better thanks to a new move from Microsoft.The Redmond, Washington-based company will allow developers to create 64-bit ARM (ARM64) apps. Thanks to an update of Microsoft’s Visual Studio 15.9, developers can now recompile existing win32 or Universal Windows…
Link: Microsoft will allows developers to compile ARM64 apps on Windows 10
Microsoft has been incorporating ads in some versions of its own products since it introduced Windows Now, there’s a possibility that the built-in Microsoft Mail and Calendar apps could be next for the ad treatment. According to a post and screen shot from AggiornamentiLumia.it, some Windows 10 Insider testers can see advertising banners in the Mail and Calendar apps.
Link: Microsoft may add banner advertisements to the Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps