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  1. Google Cloud has a vast array of storage options to meet your workload needs, including block storage for high-performance applications, object storage for workloads including content distribution and AI/ML, file storage for workloads including those that require multi-writer capabilities, and specialized storage for data lakes and warehouses. As the second installment in our decision-tree series (take a look at data & analytics as well!), we've created a guide to help you research and select the storage services that best match your specific workload needs... View the full article
  2. HashiCorp Terraform is a great tool for deploying and managing Microsoft Azure resource. This includes management of Azure Storage Accounts and Blob Containers. Azure Storage is one of the primary, foundational PaaS (Platform as a Service) services in Microsoft Azure for storing files and other blobs (binary large objects) of data. This article will show […] The article Terraform: Deploy Azure Storage Account and Blob Container appeared first on Build5Nines. View the full article
  3. One of the things that HashiCorp Terraform requires to work is the ability to save and store the Terraform State Management (.tfstate) file. By default, the state management file is stored locally where the Terraform CLI is run. While this does provide the necessary functionality to use Terraform for infrastructure deployments, at a minimum, it’s […] The article Terraform: Store Backend State in Azure Storage Account appeared first on Build5Nines. View the full article
  4. In May 2019, Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) launched the ability for customers to take crash-consistent snapshots of all Amazon EBS volumes attached to an Amazon EC2 instance with a single API call. Now you can choose to take crash-consistent snapshots of a subset of Amazon EBS data volumes attached to an Amazon EC2 instance. You can also use Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM) to automate taking crash-consistent snapshots of the same subset of Amazon EBS volumes on a retention schedule defined by DLM policies. View the full article
  5. Amazon OpenSearch Service now supports Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) volume type gp3 (General Purpose SSD), in addition to the existing gp2, Magnetic and PIOPS (io1) volumes. You can use gp3 volumes on our latest generation T3, R5, R6g, M5, M6g, C5 and C6g instance families. Amazon EBS gp3 enables customers to provision performance independent of storage capacity, provides better baseline performance, at a 9.6% lower price point per GB than existing gp2 volumes on OpenSearch Service. In addition, with gp3 you now get denser storage on R5, R6g, M5, M6g instance families, which can help you to further optimize your costs. View the full article
  6. AWS Control Tower has updated its Region deny guardrail to include additional AWS global service APIs to assist in retrieving configuration settings, dashboard information, and support for an interactive chat agent. The Region deny guardrail, ‘Deny access to AWS based on the requested AWS Region', assists you in limiting access to AWS services and operations for enrolled accounts in your AWS Control Tower environment. The AWS Control Tower Region deny guardrail helps ensure that any customer data you upload to AWS services is located only in the AWS Regions that you specify. You can select the AWS Region or Regions in which your customer data is stored and processed. View the full article
  7. I recently worked on a project where I was required to write an Azure Function that would watch for newly stored files in Azure Blob Storage, copy the new files over to separate Azure Storage Account, and then delete the original file. Sure, you can use azcopy from the command-line to copy blobs between Azure […] The article Azure Functions: Copy Blob Between Azure Storage Accounts in C# appeared first on Build5Nines. View the full article
  8. As your application needs change, Amazon EBS Elastic Volumes allows you to easily increase capacity, tune performance, and change the type of Amazon EBS volumes. Customers are using EBS Elastic Volumes to migrate to gp3 volumes and save up to 20% per GB compared to gp2 volumes. View the full article
  9. The storage space allocated to your Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) cluster will now dynamically decrease when you delete data from the cluster. Amazon DocumentDB is a database service that is purpose-built for JSON data management at scale, fully managed and integrated with AWS, and enterprise-ready with high durability. Previously, when Amazon DocumentDB data was removed, such as by dropping a collection, the overall allocated space remained the same. The free space was reused automatically when data volume increased in the future. View the full article
  10. You can now use Identity and Access Management (IAM) condition keys to specify which resource types are permitted in the retention rules created for Recycle Bin. With Recycle Bin, you can retain deleted EBS snapshots and EBS-backed AMIs for a period of time so that you can recover them in the event of an accidental deletion. You can enable Recycle Bin for all or a subset of the Snapshots or AMIs in your account by creating one or more retention rule. Each rule also specifies a retention time period. A deleted EBS snapshot or de-registered AMI can be recovered from the Recycle Bin before the expiration of the retention period. View the full article
  11. Amazon Keyspaces (for Apache Cassandra), a scalable, highly available, and fully managed Apache Cassandra-compatible database service, now helps you monitor your table-level storage costs through Amazon CloudWatch. View the full article
  12. Sometimes Amazon S3 might not be serving you as you need and need some features or want to move out of the big 3 providers due to charges of which you’re not using much of their services.View the full article
  13. You can now update the storage and IOPS capacity on your Amazon FSx for OpenZFS file systems with the click of the button, making it even easier to adapt to your evolving storage and performance needs. View the full article
  14. AWS Storage Gateway is expanding the ways you can purchase the AWS Storage Gateway Hardware Appliance, and for the first-time enabling resellers to offer the appliance. Now you can procure the hardware appliance through the reseller of your choice, and leverage your existing purchasing agreements. View the full article
  15. You can now use Elastic Volumes to dynamically increase the capacity and tune the performance of your io2 Block Express volumes with no downtime or performance impact, in the same manner as other EBS volumes. Additionally, you can now create a fully initialized io2 Block Express volume from a Fast Snapshot Restore (FSR) enabled snapshot. Volumes that are created from FSR-enabled snapshots instantly deliver their provisioned performance. These features add to the capabilities of the highest-performance EBS volume type - io2 Block Express. View the full article
  16. AWS DataSync now provides additional security options when moving data to and from Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS). AWS DataSync is an online data movement service that simplifies, automates, and accelerates moving data between on-premises, edge, or cloud storage and AWS Storage services. Amazon EFS is a serverless, fully elastic file system that makes it easy to set up, scale, and cost-optimize file storage in the AWS Cloud. With this launch, DataSync can now access your file systems using EFS Access Points, enabling you to copy data to and from specific datasets. You can also configure DataSync to connect to your EFS file systems using TLS encryption, giving you greater protection of your data in-flight when copying to and from EFS. Additionally, you can configure DataSync with an IAM role for use with your EFS file system policies, giving you greater control over how DataSync accesses your file systems. View the full article
  17. Red Hat Quay 3.7 marks another important feature release of Red Hat’s central container registry platform for modern multi-cluster Kubernetes landscapes across cloud and on-premise infrastructures. This version focuses on introducing major new functionality that helps enterprise customers run large multi-tenant and resilient container registry deployments that are integrated with external registries. Among net-new capabilities for the registry this release further refines the lifecycle of Red Hat Quay on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform via the operator. View the full article
  18. Portworx portfolio advancements provide more data services than ever before while giving DevOps teams greater control over their workstreams Mountain View, CA, May 16, 2022 – Pure Storage® (NYSE: PSTG), the IT pioneer that delivers the world’s most advanced data storage technology and services, today announced a series of updates to its Portworx portfolio which include: […] The post Pure Storage Boosts Developer Productivity by Expanding the Portworx Portfolio and Making Kubernetes Adoption a Reality appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  19. DataCore Bolt dynamically provisions fast, persistent storage for Kubernetes environments using NVMe-oF in the cloud and on-premises; applying innovations of the open-source OpenEBS project to latency-sensitive containerized workloads Fort Lauderdale, FL and Valencia, SPAIN, May 17, 2022 – DataCore Software, the largest independent vendor of Software-Defined Storage solutions, today announced DataCore Bolt, enterprise-grade container-native storage […] The post DataCore Debuts Enterprise-Grade Container-Native Storage Software for Higher Performance and Scalability appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  20. The DevOps world is ripe for a storage paradigm change, both in how it operates within the enterprise and how it implements applications. NVMe, especially NVMe-over-fabrics (NVMeoF), is both a tool and a host target that can provide such a change—especially in the new world of microservices and containerization. NVMe can drastically improve application performance […] The post Container Storage for DevOps: New Options With NVMe appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  21. Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP is now SAP-certified for workloads including S/4HANA, Business Suite on HANA, BW/4HANA, Business Warehouse on HANA, and Data Mart Solutions on HANA. View the full article
  22. Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) has increased the maximum number of file locks per NFS mount, enabling customers to use the service for a broader set of workloads that leverage high volumes of simultaneous locks, including message brokers and distributed analytics applications. View the full article
  23. AWS Lambda customers can now enable functions to access Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) in the Asia Pacific (Jakarta) Region. With AWS Lambda support for Amazon EFS, customers can easily share data across function invocations, read large reference data files, and write function output to a persistent and shared data store. View the full article
  24. Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) on AWS Fargate now lets you configure the size of ephemeral storage for your Tasks up to a maximum of 200GiB. All ephemeral storage on AWS Fargate continues to be encrypted by default with service-managed keys. View the full article
  25. Amazon Textract is a fully managed machine learning service that makes it easy to extract text and data from virtually any document. Amazon Textract offers you both synchronous and asynchronous APIs to choose based on the fit for each use case. With the asynchronous APIs, you can retrieve the extracted information using the GetDocumentTextDetection or the GetDocumentAnalysis APIs. Today, we are introducing an additional option to direct the Textract output to your own Amazon S3 buckets. With this new option, you can specify the Amazon S3 bucket name, and also a prefix to be added to the output file. You can still choose to use the Get APIs if you prefer. This new Amazon S3 output option provides you with greater flexibility to integrate Amazon Textract into your broader technical architectures. View the full article
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