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Cloud Weekly - Episode 12

Cloud Weekly is a series of blog posts which summarize news from Azure, AWS and GCP world.

Today we learn: πŸ‘‡

πŸ‘‰ We discover exciting latest news from MS Ignite conference
πŸ‘‰ We drill down GCP networking options
πŸ‘‰ Discover that US Air Force use GCP
πŸ‘‰ Some more tips & tricks with serverless on GCP

I’m also proudly to announce that this article is written 100% in online version of VS Code thanks to


  • Microsoft Ignite Book of News Fresh and still warm book of news from November Ignite. I have on my todo list to play a little with new serverless container service Azure Container Apps.

  • Innovate with cloud-native apps and open source on Azure Kubernetes(AKS) is a most cloud-native ecosystem on which Application Developers build they applications but k8s is also one of most complicated piece of platform. During Ignite Kubernetes is one step further to becoming a commodity.

  • 3 ways to enhance your cloud journey: break, prepare, and optimize your apps in Azure Cloud journey never become easier especially if we have tools like Azure Chaos Studio which implement chaos engineering practices. This is a next piece of software which I want to try in reall world on my todo list.

  • Key foundations for protecting your data with Azure confidential computing Security become a key aspect in cloud environment especially when more and more companies are migrating they workloads. In Azure we have a new kind of VM machines Intel-based DCsv3 confidential VMs and AMD-based DCasv5/ECasv5 confidential VMs both types of machines contains hardware protected application enclaves. This moves as to concept like confidetial-computing where our data is fully protected by hardware. To go even further does types of machnies can be utilized as worker nodes in AKS.


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