Welcome to cloud.weekly. The weekly-ish newsletter on all things cloud. I read all the cloud vendor news, so you don’t have to. Let’s get into it.
Amazon Web Services
[Release] - New EC2 T4g Instances
A new generation of low cost burstable instances , T4g. From t4g.nano to t4g.2xlarge for any use case you can think of. Try them out on the free tier!
Deploying containers to Azure ACI now available through the newest version of Docker Desktop CLI.
NFS 4.1 support for Azure Files will provide our users with a fully managed NFS file system as a service, thats kinda cool!
Google Cloud Platform
[Whitepaper] - Cloud Key Management Service
Getting the most out of your Cloud Key Management Service, A Deep Dive Into Google KMS that assumes nothing about your experience level, recommended reading.
A new Cloud Run feature for CI using your Git repositories. You don’t have to deploy directly from development machines now, check out this new feature.
A vulnerability was recently discovered in the Linux kernel, described in CVE-2020-14386 , that may allow container escape to obtain root privileges on the host node. Here’s the Google Kubernetes Engine security bulletin
How you could use Oracle Cloud to build yourself Big Data infrastructure.
A new feature that enables the ability to modify Load Balancer Shapes without having to destroy and recreate them.
If you enjoyed this newsletter, feel free to reach out and let me know on twitter, or share it with your friends and colleagues.
That’s what happened this week in the cloud!