Good comparison by A Cloud Guru of certifications for the three major cloud providers AWS vs Azure vs GCP.
If you are interested on trying a different OS on your desktop check out Chrome OS Flex, Google’s latest version of the desktop software. This version is an early access release and can be unstable at times, but as a technologist, that is something we enjoy. Right.
Try the cloud-first, fast, easy-to-manage, and secure Chrome OS for PCs and Macs. Chrome OS Flex is a free and sustainable way to modernize devices you already own. It’s easy to deploy across your fleet or simply try it to see what a cloud-first OS has to offer.
Give it a go and let me know what you think.
The Linux foundation will be hosting the Cloud Hypervisor Project. This project has some major backers and it will be interesting to see where this goes.
The backers of this new platform include Alibaba, ARM, Intel, and Microsoft. According to Arjan van de Ven, Fellow at Intel, “Cloud Hypervisor has grown to the point of moving to the neutral governance of The Linux Foundation.” He continues, “We created the project to provide a more secure and updated VMM to optimize for modern cloud workloads. With fewer device models and a modern, more secure language, Cloud Hypervisor offers security and performance-optimized for today’s cloud needs.”
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