This week we discuss the Microsoft Ignite conference, announcements and new features and how we did on the Azure Draft. AWS announces a new Spain region and GCP had a lengthy halloween incident.
Redhat can’t save IBM’s earnings, AWS starts detecting anomalies, Google adds 100-gbps direct connect links to their datacenters, and Azure gets FHIR-Y.
This week AWS Firewall Manager adds support for VPC Security Groups, Amazon is finished moving off Oracle, Google ships new Kubernetes training and Azure requests comments on CIS benchmarks.
Elasticsearch sues AWS over trademark infringement, AWS gets its IQ raised, Oracle gets fedramp certified cloud regions and Google enhances their github app for cloud build.
Chef finds a bad recipe for success, AWS rolls out Step Functions, Google launches its native load balancer for Kubernetes and Microsoft confuses us further with premium tier storage offerings.
Justin goes to Oracle World and comes back with a new understanding of OCI customers. VPC Flow logs get new metadata and we get an update on AWS outposts, but no date or pricing yet.
US-East-1 has a hiccup in a single AZ, Lambda fixes cold start launches inside a VPC, Google gets an AD service and Microsoft goes cloud neutral in Switzerland. Plus special guest @ryron01