In cloud service area, Google always keep moving forward to bring customers the best possible user experience. During this week, it has made a lot, such as BBR support to accelerate its cloud services and the quantum computing. Pouring a lot of time and money into this promising modern technology, Google now is considering turning it into a business, to ultimately make a faster ever, and more powerful cloud computing business, which opens a new front in the Cloud battle.
Chinese tech firm Baidu announced this week that it will take advantage of part of Microsoft Azure cloud services to develop its self-driving cars. According to reports, Baidu will use Azure services outside of China, while Microsoft will be applying its global cloud AI, deep neural network capabilities, and machine learning to the data helping deliver the autonomous cars safer.
Microsoft tries best to meet more customers’ different needs. In order to add more options for those who want to virtualize their Windows 10 desktops, the company offers new Windows 10 virtualization. It is now available from its cloud partners and starts on Sept. 6. Specifically, Microsoft will offer the customers purchasing Windows 10 Enterprise with various virtualization options. Also, it will continue to offer the Windows 10 Enterprise E3 without the virtualization rights for others.
CenturyLink put its Managed Security Services 2.0 in the Asia Pacific market, which is can help the organizations in this area to protect against the cyber risks as well as realize the secure digital transformation. The newly enhanced security service is able to assist customers proactively monitoring their own IT enterprises by using advanced threat detection as well as incident response capabilities.
Suse, the enterprise Linux expert, and Supermicro, a hardware provider, are now starting the collaboration on a series of converged IP products. And the first product they will jointly release will be a private cloud infrastructure platform which runs Suse’s distribution of OpenStack. Besides, the upcoming products will include Supermicro’s network switches, compute nodes, controllers, its storage nodes, and etc.