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Top cloud providers dominate headlines in 2017

It’s no surprise that top cloud providers, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google, continued to dominate technology headlines in 2017. This year, we saw these cloud giants perform the same one-upmanship around tools, services and prices that we have in the past — but this time, with a sharper focus on technologies such as containers and hybrid cloud.

Before you head into 2018, refresh your memory of SearchCloudComputing’s top news from the past year:

Amazon, Microsoft crave more machine learning in the cloud

All the top cloud providers see the importance in machine learning, and Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure put their differences aside in October to jointly create Gluon, an open source deep learning interface based on Apache MXNet. This new library is intended to make AI technologies more accessible to developers and help them more easily create machine learning models. In the future, Gluon will work worth Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit.

Meanwhile, Google Cloud Platform offers TensorFlow, another open source library for machine learning. While TensorFlow is a formidable opponent, some developers shy away from it due to its complexities.

The main problem that all providers face in this space is that the public cloud isn’t always the best environment for complex machine learning workloads due to cost, data gravity or a lack of skill. Some data scientists continue to use the public cloud to test, but then run the workloads on premises.

Google hybrid cloud strategy crystallizes with Nutanix deal

While cloud is popular, many workloads are still kept on premises — either due to their design or compliance issues. Top cloud providers continue to seek partnerships to target the hybrid market and ease the gap between data centers and the cloud.

The Amazon and VMware deal tends to be the most common example of this. But in June 2017, Google partnered with Nutanix to fuel its own hybrid efforts. Next year, customers will be able to manage and deploy workloads between the Google public cloud and their own hyper-converged infrastructure from a single interface. This partnership will also extends Google cloud services, such as BigQuery, to Nutanix customers, and enable customers to use Nutanix boxes as edge devices.

Kubernetes on Azure hints at hybrid cloud endgame

One of containers’ main advantages is enhanced portability between cloud platforms — a feature that’s especially attractive to hybrid cloud users. In February 2017, Microsoft unveiled the general availability of Kubernetes on Azure Container Service (AKS, formerly ACS), making it the first public cloud provider to support all the major container orchestration engines: Kubernetes, Mesosphere’s DC/O and Docker Swarm.

The move was one that could especially benefit hybrid cloud users because both Docker Swarm and Kubernetes enable teams to manage containers that run on multiple platforms from a single location. In October, Azure rolled out a new managed Kubernetes service, and rebranded ACS as AKS. AWS countered in November with Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes, a managed service.

Azure migration takes hostile approach to lure VMware apps

To compete with VMware Cloud on AWS, Microsoft released a similar service for Azure in November 2017 — without VMware support.

Azure Migrate enables enterprises to analyze their on-premises environment, discover dependencies and more easily migrate VMware workloads into the Azure public cloud. A bare-metal subset of the service, VMware virtualization on Azure, is expected to be available in 2018, and enables users to run a VMware stack on top of Azure hardware. While the service is based on a partnership with unnamed VMware partners, and involves VMware-certified hardware, the development of it didn’t directly involve VMware itself, and cuts the vendor out of potential revenues. VMware has since said that it will not recommend or support the product.

Cloud pricing models reignite IaaS provider feud

The price war continued in 2017, but top cloud providers changed their tune: instead of direct cuts, they altered their pricing models. AWS abandoned its per-hour billing, in favor of per-second billing, to counter per-minute billing from Google and Azure. Google shortly responded with its own shift to a per-second billing model.

Microsoft, for its part, added a Reserved VM Instances option to Azure, which provides discounts to customers that purchase compute capacity in advance for a one- or three-year period. The move was a most direct shot at AWS’ Elastic Compute Cloud Reserved Instances, which follow a similar model.

Data protection news 2017: Security issues make headlines

Backup and data security became intertwined in 2017.

WannaCry ransomware and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) bucket leaks highlighted data protection news, forcing users and vendors to find new ways to protect data. Other data protection news showed shifts in technology and corporate strategy, such as two old-school backup vendors rolling out converged appliances, a billion-dollar-plus private equity transaction and a maturing vendor’s decision to split its CEO job in two.

WannaCry shines a light on ransomware, data recovery

The WannaCry attack that hit more than 100,000 organizations in 150 countries in May brought ransomware into the public conscience, and it also highlighted the need for proper data protection. As a result, backup vendors now routinely include features designed to help combat ransomware attacks.

That hasn’t stopped the attacks, though. Experts noted that ransomware attacks have become stealthier, and protection against ransomware is now more complicated. That means recovering data from such attacks is getting trickier.

News about WannaCry continued right until the end of the year, as well, when the White House in December officially blamed the North Korean government for the attacks.

See: WannaCry proves the importance of backups

U.S. blames North Korea for WannaCry

Cybersecurity experts expose leaky Amazon S3 buckets

Reports surfaced that corporations, small companies and government agencies have left terabytes of corporate and top-secret data exposed on the internet via misconfigured Amazon S3 storage buckets. Experts claim data was left vulnerable to hacking because access control lists were configured for public access, so any user with an Amazon account could get to the data simply by guessing the name of the bucket.

The list of firms affected by the data protection news included telecommunications giant Verizon, Dow Jones, consulting firm Accenture, World Wrestling Entertainment and U.S. government contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. Many in the IT industry blame end users for failing to click on the proper restricted access level on the buckets, but the publicity still prompted Amazon to build in new features to mitigate the cloud storage security problem.

Amazon added new S3 default encryption that mandates all objects in the bucket must be stored in an encrypted form. The vendor also added permission checks that display a prominent indicator next to each Amazon S3 bucket that is publicly accessible.

Still, reports of more sensitive data left exposed in unsecured storage buckets continued. In November, cybersecurity firm UpGuard reported it was able to access data in storage buckets belonging to the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command and the U.S. Central Command and Pacific Command.

See: Poorly configured Amazon S3 buckets exposed data

Don’t blame Amazon for S3 issues

Dell EMC, Commvault converge backup

Relative backup newcomers Cohesity and Rubrik had a great impact on data protection news in 2017, as stalwarts Dell EMC and Commvault moved down the converged backup path the upstarts have taken.

The Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA) launched at Dell EMC World in May. The purpose-built, preintegrated system converges storage, software, search and analytics in one appliance, providing data protection across applications and platforms with a native, cloud-tiering capability for long-term retention. IDPA includes Data Domain data deduplication technology.

Commvault answered with its HyperScale appliance that puts the vendor’s HyperScale software on a scale-out storage system. The branded Commvault appliance marks a new direction for the vendor, which previously only sold software. Commvault has also partnered with Cisco, which rebrands HyperScale as ScaleProtect on the Cisco Unified Computing System. 

See: Dell EMC integrates backup technologies

Commvault hypes HyperScale

Barracuda becomes a private affair

In a deal that best represents data protection acquisitions in 2017, equity giant Thoma Bravo spent $1.6 billion to acquire publicly held Barracuda Networks and take it private. Barracuda is best known for its security products, but has steadily expanded its backup and disaster recovery platforms in recent years.

The Bravo-Barracuda data protection news highlighted a 2017 trend in the field’s acquisitions. Datto and Spanning also went the private-equity route during the year. Vista Equity Partners acquired Datto and merged it with Autotask, and Dell EMC sold off cloud-to-cloud backup pioneer Spanning to Insight Venture Partners.

See: Bravo takes Barracuda Networks private

Veeam tag-teams CEO role

Veeam Software has grown up so much it now takes two chief executives to run the company. Veeam split its CEO job in 2017, naming Peter McKay and founder Andrei Baronov co-CEOs. Baronov started Veeam in 2006 along with Ratmir Timashev, who served as CEO until 2016 and remains on its board. McKay came to Veeam in 2016 as COO and president.

The division of power calls for McKay to head Veeam’s “go-to-market,” finance and human resources functions, while Baronov handles research and development, market strategy and product management. William Largent, who held the CEO job for 11 months, is now chairman of Veeam’s finance and compensation committees.

See: Veeam shifts management, product strategy

For Sale – Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti

I have for sale a Palit Super Jet Stream 1080 Ti. It was purchased from Amazon a month ago.

The card is immaculate, and comes with all original packaging

Very good condition, never been overclocked. I game at 1080p 60Hz so there’s literally no reason to overclock. It maxes anything I throw at it.

The reason for the sale is because the card just isn’t appropriate in a small ITX build. It’s blowing hot air in the case and effecting my cpu temps.

So I intend to sell this and then buy a reference model with a blower fan.

I will consider a straight swap for a reference model, however I’d prefer it to be recently purchased.

If it gives some peace of mind I have sold high end pc hardware on here before (980ti etc For Sale – Various High End Parts – Now SOLD)

Please note: I need to emphasise that I will NOT send this item by post, the buyer needs to view the card working and examine condition. This is because of the value of the item and to avoid any “he said she said” if it’s sent by post. I’m more than happy to run any benchmark, stress test etc.

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For Sale – Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti

I have for sale a Palit Super Jet Stream 1080 Ti. It was purchased from Amazon a month ago.

The card is immaculate, and comes with all original packaging

Very good condition, never been overclocked. I game at 1080p 60Hz so there’s literally no reason to overclock. It maxes anything I throw at it.

The reason for the sale is because the card just isn’t appropriate in a small ITX build. It’s blowing hot air in the case and effecting my cpu temps.

So I intend to sell this and then buy a reference model with a blower fan.

I will consider a straight swap for a reference model, however I’d prefer it to be recently purchased.

If it gives some peace of mind I have sold high end pc hardware on here before (980ti etc For Sale – Various High End Parts – Now SOLD)

Please note: I need to emphasise that I will NOT send this item by post, the buyer needs to view the card working and examine condition. This is because of the value of the item and to avoid any “he said she said” if it’s sent by post. I’m more than happy to run any benchmark, stress test etc.

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Price and currency: £650
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For Sale – M-Audio AV32.1

For sale, M Audio AV32.1 BNIB. £149.99 on Amazon. Prefer collection but can post at buyers cost. Payment before postage or on collection.

Any questions just ask.

Price and currency: £120
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Wanted – 2TB external HDD USB 3 or thunderbolt

Looking for a 2TB external HDD to use as a simple back up, for my backup on my Mac.

I can get one for £65 new off Amazon, but wanted to see if anyone has one going spare on here first.

Cash via BT waiting

Thanks

Location: Higher Walton, just outside of Preston

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Job searches reveal top skills for tech positions

Job hunters who know the ins and outs of Amazon Web Services, Amazon’s cloud computing platform, have pretty bright prospects, according to new research by jobs website Indeed.com. So do those with Microsoft Azure skills.

People who can use the JavaScript library React are golden.

The report, published Wednesday, highlighted 15 IT skills that job seekers are betting will land them high-paying tech positions — and that employers want new hires to come equipped with.

The skills were culled from terms typed into the site’s search browser by job hunters and then matched against what terms employers looked for when combing through Indeed’s resume database.

React, a popular collection of JavaScript resources for building web UIs, was by far the most searched-for term, with a 313% increase in job seeker interest from October 2016 to September 2017 when compared with the same period a year earlier. A lot more employers were using the term to find new employees, too, with a 229% increase.

“React is becoming something that’s more crucial to the job search,” said Indeed economist Daniel Culbertson, who spearheaded the research. The JavaScript library is managed primarily by social media site Facebook, which he said bolsters its popularity. “It’s becoming a part of the job for more and more companies.”

A distant No. 2 was the term Amazon Web Services — the top-selling cloud infrastructure service — showing a 98% increase in interest among job seekers and a 40% jump among employers. No. 3 was Microsoft’s cloud service, Azure, with the number of job hunters using the term to search for tech positions rising 51% and employers 62%.

Search terms equal IT skills

Despite the gap between No. 1 React and the runners-up, AWS and Azure still grew by “leaps and bounds,” the report read, and the high rankings show the importance of cloud computing in the job market today.

“Cloud is gaining because businesses of all stripes are boosting their use of off-site computing and storage — and that’s making experienced cloud developers a must-have for many employers,” the report continued.

Other search terms on the list were Angular — or properly AngularJS, a Google-managed open source web application framework — Tableau, data visualization software; Spark, a data analytics engine; and programming language Python.

Culbertson based the report on search terms because the names of the numerous platforms and programming languages in technology can be easily classified as skills since “they’re very integral to jobs.” When users visit Indeed, they type in search terms that describe the skills they want to take with them to a new job.  

For the research, Culbertson looked at the activity of people searching for tech positions, then examined the searches that got them to the search results page. Then he whittled down the list of terms and classified them as skills.

“We wanted to see which of these tech skills are becoming more important to the job search, based on job search activity,” Culbertson said. “We thought this could serve as a barometer for how important these skills are becoming in general in the tech industry.”

Indeed doesn’t give out exact numbers of searches on terms or jobs people subsequently click on, Culbertson said. But with the site bringing in 200 million visitors a month, breaking down to millions of searches each day — and with technology becoming a more important part of the labor market — searches for tech positions is “a rather high volume,” he said.

The new language of tech?

One unexpected item in the list of tech job search terms was Mandarin, as in the primary language spoken in China, Culbertson said. There was a 49% increase in job-hunter interest in the use of the term.

“This isn’t necessarily a tech skill, but you could classify a language as a skill,” Culbertson said. “And I think it speaks to the fact that China is the second-biggest economy in the world.”

And it represents the impact China and its citizens, who are studying at U.S. universities in high numbers, are having on the U.S. technology industry, he said. Popular job postings people clicked on after searching on Mandarin as a keyword were product developers, language analysts and customer support specialists, the report read.

But employer interest in Mandarin as a search term was down 39%. It’s too early to determine a reason for the dip, Culbertson said, but it’s worth keeping an eye on in the future.

“My assumption is that this would be employers who are looking for people with Mandarin skills because of the amount of business that they do with China,” he said. “But it’s tough to say what would be behind the decline from this year to last year.”

AWS graph database Neptune sets sail at re:Invent 2017

Cloud computing leader Amazon Web Services’ re:Invent conference this week in Las Vegas saw a deluge of cloud and database announcements. Among those on the data side was Neptune, the company’s formal entry into the growing field of graph databases.

While this AWS graph database may have less immediate impact than Redshift, the influential cloud data warehouse it rolled out at re:Invent five years ago, it does fill a gap that competitors like IBM, Microsoft and others have included in their cloud data portfolios as they play catch-up with Amazon in the cloud.

AWS CEO Andy Jassy told the re:Invent audience that the Neptune graph database is intended to uncover connections in data points in a way that eludes traditional relational database. With graphs, data is stored in sets of interconnected nodes, unlike relational databases that store data in rows and columns.

Graph databases have found increasing use in online recommendation engines, as well as tasks including uncovering fraud and managing social media connections. Facebook’s Friends and Search graphs may be among the most vivid examples of use of the technology.

Jassy said graph databases, along with NoSQL key-value and document data stores, are part of a trend toward multimodel databases that support a variety of data processing methods, particularly in the cloud.

Picture of AWS CEO Andy Jassy at re:Invent 2017Andy Jassy

He said Amazon Neptune, which for now is available only as a limited preview, supports graphs based on property and semantic models — these being the two main schools of graph database construction. AWS will offer Neptune as a managed cloud service, with automatic backup to S3 over three cloud availability zones.

“People have used relational databases for everything,” he said. But such single-minded reliance on relational databases is breaking down, he contended.

This AWS graph database isn’t the company’s first foray into the technology: AWS already offers the ability to store graphs from the open source Titan graph database and its JanusGraph fork in DynamoDB tables via a back-end storage plug-in. DynamoDB is an Amazon NoSQL database for which the company claims more than 100,000 users.

Graph adept and less Graph adept

The graph data technology that has emerged in recent years comes primarily from smaller players such as Cambridge Semantics, DataStax, Franz and Neo Technologies Inc. By and large, these companies have welcomed the AWS graph database into their market, as they could signify validation of their technology niche.

People have used relational databases for everything.
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Established relational leaders have come to include some graph support within their flagship SQL databases, and some even have rolled out stand-alone NoSQL graph databases.

AWS’ target with Neptune is the relational leaders’ flagships, which may struggle when processing ever bigger amounts of graph data, according to Doug Henschen, an analyst at Constellation Research.

Picture of Doug Henschen, Constellation ResearchDoug Henschen

“Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and IBM DB2 have all added features for graph analysis, but SQL and extended SQL functions are not as adept as graph databases and graph query languages at exploring billions of relationships,” he said.

The AWS graph database correctly identifies an opportunity for replacing graph analysis use cases currently running on less-graph-adept commercial relational databases, Henschen said.

To Neptune, and beyond

Neptune was just one of many updates fleet Amazon added to its fast-moving cloud operation. At re:Invent, Jassy described a serverless version of Amazon Aurora database, which is now in controlled preview. It can be quickly spun up and down, and customers can pay by the second for database capacity when the database is in use, he said.

Meanwhile, Amazon’s DynamoDB is adding global table replication that ensures dependable low latency for data access across many cloud regions. Interest in such capabilities has grown along with the expansion of e-commerce across the globe.

Global replication for cloud databases was among traits heralded by Microsoft in its recent debut of Cosmos DB, as well as Oracle, in its fanfare for its upcoming Oracle 18 cloud database services.

AWS SageMaker brings machine learning to developers

LAS VEGAS — Amazon Web Services released a tool this week to empower developers to build smarter, artificial intelligence-driven applications like the AI experts.

Among the deluge of technologies introduced here at AWS re:Invent 2017, the company’s annual customer and partner event, is a tool called SageMaker. Its function is to help developers add machine learning services to applications.

Machine learning is an artificial intelligence technology that enables applications to learn without being explicitly programmed, and become smarter based on the frequency and volume of new data they ingest and analyze. Few developers are experts in machine learning, however.

SageMaker is geared to that audience. It’s a fully managed service for developers and data scientists who wish to build, train and manage their own machine learning models. Developers can choose among ten of the most common deep learning algorithms, specify their data source, and the tool installs and configures the underlying drivers and frameworks. It natively integrates with machine language frameworks such as TensorFlow and Apache MXNet and will support other frameworks as well.

Alternatively, developers can specify their own algorithm and framework.

The National Football League said it will use SageMaker to extend its next-generation stats initiative to add visualizations, stats and experiences for fans, as well as provide up-to-date information about players on the field, said Michelle McKenna-Doyle, the NFL’s senior vice president and CIO, here this week.

To supplement SageMaker, AWS created DeepLens, a wireless, deep-learning-enabled, programmable video camera for developers to hone their skills with machine learning. One example of DeepLens cited by AWS included recognizing the numbers on a license plate to trigger a home automation system and open a garage door.

AWS’ goal is to democratize access to machine learning technology for developers anywhere, so that individual developers could have access to the same technology as large enterprises, said Swami Sivasubramanian, vice president of machine learning at AWS.

SageMaker is one example of this, said Mark Nunnikhoven, vice president of cloud research at Dallas-based Trend Micro.

“I’ve worked with those technology stacks quite a lot over the last decade and there’s so much complexity …, but now any user doesn’t have to care about it,” he said. “They can do really advanced machine learning very, very easily.”

AWS ups the ante for AI

The general pattern in the market for AI application development has been twofold, said Rob Koplowitz, an analyst at Forrester Research in Cambridge, Mass. There are AI frameworks for data scientists that are extremely flexible but require special skills, and higher-level APIs that are accessible to programmers — and in some cases even non-programmers.

“Amazon wants to provide a middle ground with more flexibility,” Koplowitz said. “It’s an interesting approach and we’re looking forward to getting real work feedback from developers.”

AWS has to play catch-up here with other cloud platform companies that wish to bring machine learning to mainstream programmers. IBM provides developers access to its Watson AI services, and Microsoft has its Cognitive Services and Azure Machine Learning Workbench tools. Reducing the complexity of building machine learning models is among the more difficult areas for businesses, so this is a step in the right direction for AWS, said Judith Hurwitz, founder and CEO at Hurwitz & Associates in Needham, Mass.

Computational intelligence in general, and AI and deep learning in particular, is a hot market with a small community of experts among the biggest tech companies from Facebook to IBM.

“They all have a lot of the same core competencies, but they’re distributing them in different ways,” said Trend Micro’s Nunnikhoven.

Google tends to be more technical, while AWS now wants to make AI more accessible. Microsoft targets specific business analytics uses for AI, IBM wants to show more real-world use cases in areas such as healthcare and financial services, and Apple is looking at AI for privacy and devices. But they’re all contributing back to the same projects, such as Apache Mahout and Spark MLlib, Google’s TensorFlow, Microsoft’s Cognitive Toolkit, and others.

SageMaker should help alleviate developers’ fears that data scientists will make them into second-class citizens, but AWS may have aimed too low with SageMaker, said Holger Mueller, principal analyst at Constellation Research in San Francisco. He said he believes it’s more of a kit to empower business users to create machine learning applications.

Other AWS AI-based services

Other AI-enabled AWS services unveiled this week include Amazon Comprehend, a managed natural language processing service for documents or other textual data that integrates with other AWS services to provide analytics, and Amazon Rekognition Video, which can track people and recognize faces and objects in videos stored in Amazon S3.

There are two services now in preview — Amazon Transcribe, which lets developers turn audio files into punctuated text, and Amazon Translate, which uses neural machine translation techniques to translate text from one language to another. Translate currently supports English and six other languages — Arabic, French, German, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese and Spanish — with more languages to come in 2018.

For Trade – Or Sale Acer Chromebook R11

i couldn’t resist the the surface pro deal on amazon so ive got my great little Acer Chromebook surplus to needs .

the chromebook has great battery and can access google play store for running tons of android apps it has 360 screen for laptop,tent,display and tablet modes

will come boxed with bits and pieces it came with

looking for £140 or trade

xbox one s

decent android phone chinese xaiomi etc are fine 5″ screen or bigger

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