What's Hot in Enterprise IT/VC - Issue #107
|Ed Sim||Nov 11, 2018|
another big week for open source and cloud infra as Heptio bought by VMware to bring k8s mainstream, great read on how Gitlab settled on Open Core business model, and cloudflare’s new serverless approach built on the Chrome v8 engine - faster, cheaper, better, cool read on secure multi party computation from Dropout Labs to allow for privacy-preserving ML
open source is hot, VMware looking to bring Kubernetes to enterprise mainstream
they tried it all and settled on “open core” with upsells of features for different buyers
His advice for leaders happens to double as life advice for anyone.
This is what the Amazon founder looks for when he wants to know if someone is really smart.
big idea - cool use of Chrome v8 engine to power serverless apps, avoids cold start problem and 1/3 cost of AWS Lambda
how Stubhub modernized their ops, moved to a microservices architecture and then to GCP
recap from James Governor at RedMonk - 31mm devs, actions added and will this lead to Github as an infrastructure platform?
brilliant - models are containerized - data scientists can simply adjust the underlying model as needed and relaunch in a continuous delivery kind of approach - opens up even more possibilities for model usage in a company.
one of intriguing and potentially big use cases of enterprise VR - CAD/CAM design
Secure multi-party computation (MPC) is a cryptographic technique that lets multiple parties jointly and securely compute a function while keeping their inputs private. At Dropout Labs, we’re using…
Xinhua has created a “virtual anchor” using AI - creepy!
Xinhua's first English AI anchor makes debut - YouTube
By Ed Sim
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