We barrelled through February at light speed, even with the extra day this leap year. Along with another successful migration workshop from our side, check out what else the cloud community has been up to.
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We make sure nothing falls through the cracks during the information-gathering phase, when application owners can relay all relevant details of their apps for an airtight assessment.
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- End-of-life announcement for CoreOS Container Linux - A fond farewell from CoreOS to their Container Linux distribution as they plan to end all updates as of May 26th this year. But don’t fret, successor Fedora CoreOS will be there to dry your tears.
- Macquarie’s bank business to go 100 percent cloud for IT infrastructure - Australia’s indie investment bank says they’re halfway to their FY22 goal at 50% of their IT infrastructure already in the cloud.
- Etsy Completes Its Migration to Google Cloud in Record Time - Etsy gets a makeover with it’s hyper-speed move to the cloud, citing a move to more sustainable operations, improved customer experience, and a brighter future path as it’s reasons for making the move.
- Alibaba Cloud breaks $1.5bn in revenues amid hope of eCommerce migration encouragement With soaring revenues for 2019, the massive online retailer out of China has just migrated its core eCommerce system to its own public cloud. This will help encourage other eCommerce users to trust the Alibaba cloud for their own operations. Quit showing off, Alibaba!
- Microsoft To Build First Cloud Data Center Region In Mexico - Look out Mexico, Azure’s coming. Along with the data center region, Microsoft is putting labs and virtual classrooms in public universities around the country to step up education on cloud computing there.
That’s all for February 2020. If you’ve had a good time with us this newsletter, let us know by sharing on social media (links below) and keep your friends up to date.
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See you in March!