Week at Glance: Cloud Computing #177 - 27.10.23 - 05.11.23
Multinational tech firms from SAP to Intel to give Israeli workers wartime grant
German business software maker SAP is joining a handful of global tech giants in granting cash payments to their employees in Israel to help them cope with the challenges they are facing during the war with the Hamas terror group.
AWS Adds New Code Generation Models to Amazon SageMaker JumpStart
AWS recently announced the availability of two new foundation models in Amazon SageMaker JumpStart: Code Llama and Mistral 7B. These models can be deployed with one click to provide AWS users with private inference endpoints for code generation tasks.
Microsoft Azure introduces Radius, an open-source development platform for multi-cloud computing
Microsoft Azure's CTO, Mark Russinovich, unveiled a groundbreaking open-source project, Radius. This cloud-native, application platform will enable developers and operators to define, deploy, and collaborate on cloud-native applications across public clouds and private infrastructure.
Google Expands Bug Bounty Program To Include Generative AI Vulnerabilities
Google announced that it is expanding its Vulnerability Rewards Program to include bugs and vulnerabilities found in generative AI systems, marking the latest step Google is making toward securing the rapidly emerging technology.