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Panorama, taken on 20 February, 2021, by the Navcams aboard NASA's Perseverance Mars rover.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has explained the role of cloud computing in processing data sent back from NASA's Perseverance explorer on Mars.
During Perseverance's mission on Mars, the science and engineering data will be processed and hosted in AWS. The Mars Rover team is receiving hundreds of images from Mars each day from a record number of cameras, resulting in thousands of images over Perseverance's time on the planet; using the cloud helps NASA Jet Propulsion Lab to store, process, and distribute this high volume of data, according to AWS.
AWS is processing data from Mars on behalf of NASA, helping inform how the Mars rover handles the terrain.
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"The rover requires visibility to drive, so it is important for the team to be able to send the next batch of instructions back to the rover within a specific timeframe. The increased efficiency will allow Mars 2020 to accomplish its ambitious goal of collecting more samples and driving longer distances during the prime mission, compared to previous rovers," AWS expained.
The Mars 2020 Perseverance rover is scoping out the geology of the red plant and is looking for signs of ancient life. The mission launched on July 30 and will collect and store rock and soil samples that could be returned to Earth in the future.
Besides collecting physical samples, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Perseverance mission is a roving smartphone packed with sensors, such as a cameras and microphones, to collect data.
But why would the NASA mission need microphones on Mars?
"The sensors will gather scientific data like atmospheric information, wind speeds, and weather. The microphones will collect the sounds of the planet. This data will be processed by JPL and made publicly available so viewers can explore Mars alongside NASA JPL," AWS states. AWS is also providing a 3D view of Mars from the perspective of Perseverance.
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Cloud computing is far from the only technology being used by the project; there is also a significant role for Linux and open-source technologies.
The AWS contribution to NASA's mission matches up with Amazon's former CEO Jeff Bezos' space ambitions with his rocket company, Blue Origin.
Arguably the roots of the colocation market can be traced back 20 or more years ago to the original dot com boom era. This created demand from eCommerce businesses and ISPs for a more cost-effective way of the housing of their growing server farms and the idea of sharing secure IT spaces with others was born.
These days colocation is maturing and based on our own experience at Vantage Data Centers the needs of colocation customers have evolved. The value proposition appears on first pass to be the same as ever: secure hosting, processing and storing data. However, much has and is changing beneath the surface and is redefining what users expect from colocation. Hosting often complex private and hybrid cloud environments is a good example. Moving forward, older, smaller, and increasingly power strapped facilities will therefore find it increasingly challenging to compete for the colocation business of todays more sophisticated buyers.
Colocation data centres are not commodities. Of course, cost will always be an important factor to users, however, it is not the overriding decider. Enterprise users, service providers and SIs are now far more demanding in what they need and expect from their colocation providers. Knowledgeable and discerning buyers now demand hard evidence of data security and environmental compliance; commitment to renewable energy sources; forward power availability; multiple connectivity options; uptime track records; and iron clad SLAs.
Stepping back there have been various drivers for change over the past two decades, most notably concerns over data location and security following 9/11 in New York and 7/7 in London; advances in networking technology; more sophisticated remote diagnostics; and significant reductions in connectivity costs.
Enterprise organisations, systems integrators and service providers now have far greater choices in terms of physical data centre location no longer being limited to facilities in the London Docklands/M25 area due to lack of high-speed fibre elsewhere. A few operators, including Vantage, have succeeded in establishing very large purpose-built colocation facilities in UK regions where real estate and labour is considerably less expensive. While this translates into lower rates for users, of equal importance, those built in more rural areas are also out of harms way with significantly lower risk profiles than major metropolitan alternatives.
Today, the colocation data centre industry faces challenges as a consequence of the exponential growth in cloud computing along with IoT-driven big data and HPC requirements. These are making unprecedented demands on data centre technical infrastructure, power, cooling and connectivity. With this, there is a major requirement, quite correctly, for sustainability including commitment to renewable energy usage.
With the cloud and the huge demand for as a service subscription models such as IaaS, SaaS and PaaS, enterprise companies have increasingly realised that they need many different types of cloud services to meet a growing list of user and customer needs. For the best of both worlds, hybrid cloud is increasingly popular. It offers a private cloud combined with the use of public cloud services which together can create a unified, automated and well-managed computing environment. This is attractive to organisations requiring the flexibility, cost savings and elasticity of public cloud services while still retaining control of sensitive applications and maintaining compliance.
But aside from the considerable power to rack considerations, hybrid cloud environments are only as good as the weakest link: the public clouds connection to the data centre. This has led to some colocation data centres bypassing the Internet with cloud gateways, allowing faster, more secure private connections directly into global public cloud network infrastructures. However, only a few colocation data centres are directly connected to these networks for enabling optimised performance and very low latency.
Another key factor to consider is a data centres level of engineering competence, necessary not only for configuring and interconnecting these complex hybrid environments, but also for helping businesses bring their legacy IT into the equation.
Big data and the Internet of Things are major contributors to the High-Performance Computing (HPC) requirements of both commercial and not-for-profit sectors. These environments demand power, cooling and connectivity to support clusters of very high-density server racks, some pulling as much as 60 kWs. With this, Vantage Data Centers has focused on ensuring its campuses, including CWL1 (formerly NGD) near Cardiff, are fully capable of supporting customer HPC installations.
There are currently very few colocation data centres with this capability in the UK due to the abundant levels of power required, let alone direct to grid connections for reducing the potential of outages. As a work around, most facilities must put in place UPS and auxiliary power systems capable of supporting all workloads running at the same time, along with overhead and enough redundancy to deal with any failure within the emergency power supply system itself. This and the specialist cooling needs of HPC are a tall order for many providers today, and as result, most are unable to address this high-growth market opportunity without significant upgrading.
In summary, the colocation data centre business has evolved into something altogether more complex than two decades ago. To remain at its forefront now requires substantial investment as well as innovation and agility to be able to adapt to continuously changing customer needs.
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Pandemic has nudged many budding startups and big companies to adopt cloud services to ensure business continuity.
Top cloud players like AWS, Azure, google cloud are expected to grow bigger by end of 2021 and 60% of companies go serverless.
These 5 cloud computing trends will witness improvements in 2021.
Hybrid could is a combination of on-premise private cloud and public cloud services with a seamless balance between platforms. The majority of the organizations utilize the hybrid cloud computing system to upkeep their workflow and production because of the following reasons:
The above benefits offered by a hybrid cloud help fit into all the possibilities, making it an excellent resource for businesses and large organizations.
IDC says that many companies have large data centers that cant move to the cloud easily as a result, companies will opt for hybrid cloud architecture by 2022.
FaaS (otherwise called Function-as-a-Service) is a type of cloud-computing service that allows you to write and update a piece of code without the complex infrastructure typically associated with building and launching microservices applications. A FAAS example: AWS Lamba from amazon.Cision says more tech giants will pick up FaaS as a tool to encounter market expansion of almost a 7.72million by 2021
Some of the important advantages of FaaS implementation are:
Improved developer velocity
There is no good time for developers! But thanks to FaaS, that helps developers to spend more time on logic instead of worrying more about servers and deploys.
FaaS code is inherently scalable! This helps in handling all the scaling concerns without chaos! And of course, developers dont have to worry about creating possibilities for high traffic or heavy use.
Serverless FaaS providers do not charge for idle computation time. Because of this, clients no need to waste money over-provisioning cloud resources rather only pay for computation time.
Therefore, the role of FaaS in cloud computing trends for the upcoming year would dominate.
Mobile Cloud Computing(MCC) most talked about trend in this century!
MCC is the combination of cloud computing and mobile computing that is used to enable the execution of rich mobile applications on a plethora of mobile devices, with a rich user experience.
Trends that impact the future of Mobile cloud computing:
Software is eating the world so many of the industries realized the need to move their business infrastructure to the cloud
The below 2 components make up the cloud-native technology stack:
Containers are rapidly turning into the new blueprint for application development with revenue growth of 24 million by 2024.
This is because :
2. Orchestration Platforms
The cloud orchestration market is estimated to be valued up to US$ 20 Bn globally by 2025.
These platforms, like Kubernetes, reduce the complexity of container management across different cloud service providers with automation which results in an individual process of workflow.
A cloudless server is a technology that will be a prominent highlight in top cloud computing trends 2021. Serverless computing technique for implementing functions in the cloud on a required basis this technique helps industries to work on a huge space on core products without the pressure to manage servers.These serverless computing techniques can change the conception of cloud adoption with endless advantages.
If this is not convincing, Satya Nadella, chief executive officer at Microsoft, favors serverless models. As per him, serverless computing is driving major changes in the development paradigm, which can not only be responsive and back-end computing but can also be the future of distributed computing.
An important aspect noticed in the trends for cloud computing in 2021 focuses on automation, security, and tooling improvements that will be more effective, accessible, and versatile in the future.
The 2021 trends of the cloud computing market ensure great support for the global industries. So, you can start planning up your business and inquire about the provider about these trends.
The factors to be considered while taking cloud service are:
So, aspiring cloud professionals and enterprise users be ready to embrace the new changes and improvements in cloud computing.
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Well. Let's start by examining what Serverless really means.
According toWikipedia, serverless computing is a cloud computing execution model where the cloud provider manages the server and dynamically allocates the resource needed to finish the task.
That means, as users, we are in charge of the logic only. We don't need to take care of the servers, capacity planning, or maintenance operations scale. It doesn't mean they are not happening; they are, just not by us.
According toWikipedia, SQL is a domain-specific programming language used for managing data held in relational databases.
Serverless SQL is a distributed computing tool that enables us to process distributed data using SQL language without managing the databases servers themselves. If we have data, or "big data" in one or more of our data lake/storages, likeAWS S3orAzure blob storage,we can run SQL query on that data without the need to build a pipeline or inject the data into distributed databases such as Cassandra or MongoDB.
This is a huge advantage, especially when we would like to interact with offline data without creating the pipelines or peek at completely fresh new data that was just sunk into the storage before replicating/transforming and saved into a dedicated Database.
As with all cloud services, there is a need to understand the cost model. with serverless, we pay-per-use. That means that we pay for the amount of processed data.
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COVID-19 has influenced each part of life comprehensively, this has brought along some changes in economic situations.
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TheMajorPlayers Covered in this Report: Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Cloud, Red Hat, SAP Cloud Platform, Kamatera, VMware, Oracle Cloud, Salesforce Cloud, Cisco Systems, Verizon Cloud, HPE Cloud, ServiceNow, Alibaba Cloud, DigitalOcean, CenturyLink, Workday, CloudSigma, Adobe Cloud & More.
Market Segment by Type, the product can be split intoInfrastructure as a Service (IaaS)Platform as a Service (PaaS)Software as a Service (SaaS)Recovery as a Service (RaaS)Market Segment by Application, split intoPrivate CloudHybrid CloudOthers
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Cloud Computing in Education Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast To 2028 NY Market Reports – NY Market Reports
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Important Market Players:Adobe Systems, Microsoft, NetApp, and Ellucian; internet service providers such as Cisco Systems, WindStream, Sandvine, and Interoute; system integrators such as IBM Corporation, Oracle Corporation, N2N services, Workday, and Pearson; resellers such as BRLINK, Fractalyst.
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Market Segmentation:By Service Model (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS), By Deployment Model (Private Cloud, Public Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, and Community Cloud), By User Type (K-12 and Higher Education).
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The wheel, steam engine and the internet created revolutionary jumps in the way people work and play. Today, artificial intelligence is reshaping science, business and personal interactions with equal magnitude. In every industry, including agriculture, healthcare, customer service, finance, manufacturing, retail and more, companies are quickly adopting AI to ensure theyre not left behind during this tectonic shift.
AI workloads have unique requirements, including strategic planning to ensure data scientists and researchers work efficiently on delivering successful projects. For IT teams just starting out, its helpful to know that while AI workloads require accelerated infrastructure and software, many of the solutions IT is most familiar with are already AI-ready for integration into an innovative strategy for creating an AI Centre of Excellence.
Few resources are as readily available and easy to use as the cloud, and this easy access to infrastructure extends to AI workloads. With GPU-accelerated instances available from every cloud service provider, these resources are ideal for prototyping AI projects. They provide the scale needed when training new models. The cloud also can serve enterprises well as infrastructure for AI inference workloads, where AI models are deployed for things like computer vision, conversational AI, speech, language and translation, and recommendation systems.
The challenge here is that data governance and cloud costs can complicate AI adoption. Training models generally require processing large datasets, and as AI projects grow, hosting all the data on the cloud can result in unexpected costs. Additionally, when AI is deployed in applications, many apps require real-time responsiveness for automation or user experience, which can become a challenge when data makes a round trip from the cloud.
To overcome these hurdles, enterprises are building AI Centres of Excellence with on-prem systems for AI that connect with cloud-based AI computing for prototyping and scale. This involves planning for data gravity and putting computing closer to the source of data to ensure costs are balanced and resources are at the ready. It also helps enterprises start with small projects in the cloud that grow into the hybrid ecosystem when its time to deploy. All major cloud service providers offer hybrid accelerated computing solutions, making it easier to harness both on-prem and cloud-based compute resources as needed.
With this hybrid approach, enterprise data scientists always have the resources they need to stay as productive as possible whether theyre creating new models, training AI, or evaluating a deployed model to ensure its still accurate.
Its also important to consider the big picture when looking at the cost of accelerated computing in the hybrid cloud. On paper, high-performance instances may at first look costly, but they end up delivering significant cost savings. They enable large datasets to be processed much more quickly, which results in lower total costs. Most importantly, these instances provide faster time-to-market for products and services. In addition, software technology can help right-size accelerated computing resources to maximise efficiency on diverse AI training and inference workloads.
For AI use cases like conversational AI services, accelerated computing platforms train large, sophisticated networks in hours instead of weeks. When deployed as AI-powered services, these networks deliver immediate, natural-sounding replies to complex questions.
Central to every AI project is a software architecture built to deliver on enterprise AI objectives. Workloads for conversational AI, recommender systems, robotics automation and computer vision all depend on specialised software designed for these unique applications.
These software requirements can present the biggest challenges for AI teams getting started on new projects. To help companies hit the ground running on their AI Centres of Excellence, NVIDIA offers free software resources for developers and data scientists. The NVIDIA AI platform also offers a single architecture to develop and optimise the applications while offering the flexibility to run them anywhere.
For businesses, one size rarely fits all. The same is true for AI workloads. With a hybrid cloud strategy to augment an enterprise AI Centre of Excellence, IT teams can deliver AI acceleration thats both on demand and within budgets. By keeping AI software in mind and developing a strategy to keep pace with software innovation, enterprises will be ready to scale easily from the data centre, to the cloud, to the edge.
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Prominent players profiled in this report include Microsoft, International Business Machines (IBM), Dell, ORACLE, Carestream Health, Merge Healthcare, GE Healthcare, Athenahealth, Agfa-Gevaert, CareCloud, etc.
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With more remote workers, there is a greater need for cloud computing services. With more cloud computing, there is a greater need for cloud security. An Exabeam study found that companies are moving their security tools to the cloud, but that raises the question: Are they right tools for cloud security? Or are companies under-investing in their cloud security systems?
Many organizations waste billions of dollars on cybersecurity each year. This is due to a combined lack of strategic planning from leadership and an ongoing shortage of security talent, said Matthew Rogers, CISO at Syntax, in an email interview. However, investing in security products without knowledge of how to utilize them provides very little value and results in wasted budgets.
You cant secure what you dont know about. Your cloud environment will have different security challenges than your on-premises network. Because of the move to remote work, the attack surface has expanded significantly, Rogers pointed out, and an increased reliance on mobile and IoT devices has also increased the number of entrance points for cybercriminals.
Moving a high-risk internal asset that previously had only been exposed to a few hundred devices to the cloud now exposes it to billions of devices, greatly magnifying the companys security risk, said Rogers.
Beyond the larger attack surface, Vishal Jain, co-founder and CTO at Valtix, said there are three areas of urgent concern:
While many organizations are actively looking to consolidate their security tools, they still need to pick solutions that operate with cloud awareness.
The trend on the operational side is towards service-based tools like cloud security posture management (CSPM) for compliance, and network security-as-a-service (SaaS) for runtime protections, explained Jain in an email interview. He said these security services are winning out over legacy firewalls since they match cloud-native design patterns with API-based integrations into modern services like Datadog for monitoring, Twilio for messaging/alerts and Slack for DevOps integration. They also provide relevant cloud-specific information to SOC and incident response (IR) teams.
Also, he added, security orchestration and automated response (SOAR) tools are getting better with plugin integrations, but these cant be effective if the traditional policy enforcement tools are not providing relevant contextual data. Yet, there are still a lot of people who think that the best way to approach security problems is to throw money at it getting the most expensive or comprehensive security solutions, without ever looking to see if it is the right security tool for them and their cloud operation.
IT leaders investing in cloud security systems need a plan for execution in place to see any return from the investment, said Rogers. Organizations must train their employees on remaining secure, especially while working remotely, as this lack of understanding of the technology only further wastes the companys investment in security.
Because there are so many complex tools and such a broad lack of understanding, organizations often fail to implement their cloud security plans successfully. Rogers advised organizations take these steps to ensure optimal cloud security while still efficiently allocating their budget:
Companies are in a massive cloud-driven shift thats changing everything from app development to deployment and operations. IT and security teams must have the right solutions to meet their needs but that also are the right investment to protect their assets in the cloud.
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