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Azure in Space Liftr Look Ahead

Liftr Look Ahead: Azure in Space

Liftr Look Ahead: Azure in Space What happened? In August 2019, SES announced that it is adopting the Open Network Automation Platform — ONAP — orchestration platform for scalable, automated delivery of satellite-enabled network services on Microsoft Azure. SES plans to provide global reach and fibre-like high-performance to Azure customers. What does this mean? This…

Hot Chips Liftr Look Ahead

Liftr Look Ahead: Hot Chips

What happened? In recent years, artificial intelligence chip designs have grown in importance at the annual Hot Chips conference. However, this year AI and data center chips dominated, with many vendors unveiling next-generation AI and neural network accelerators not just for data center applications, but specifically designed for large-scale cloud data center deployments. NVIDIA tipped…

Liftr Cloud Look Ahead: Google Set to Acquire Elastifile, Amazon Aurora Development Team Wins Award and More!

Liftr Cloud Look Ahead: Google Set to Acquire Elastifile, Amazon Aurora Development Team Wins Award and More!

Amazon Aurora Development Team Wins Award  The developers of Amazon Aurora have won the 2019 Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Management of Data Systems Award, otherwise known as the ACM SIGMOD Systems Award. SIGMOD is a community of software developers, academic, and industrial researchers, practitioners, and users specialized in large scale data…

Liftr Cloud Look Ahead

Liftr Cloud Look Ahead: Microsoft’s Load Balancer for AKS, VPC Traffic Mirroring for AWS, and More!

Microsoft’s Load Balancer for AKS   Microsoft has introduced its Azure Load Balancer with the ability to work with applications in the Azure Kubernetes Service. The load balancer can be used both internally and externally. If internal, the load balancer makes a Kubernetes service only accessible to applications running in the same virtual network as the…