Because of "cloud computing", computers are going to purposely get their own harem
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Because of "cloud computing", computers are going back to how they were in the 70s.

With the rise of the "cloud", many clients are actually just terminals that connect to a mainframe computer, that does all the processing. As a developer with a cheap laptop, I find myself sshing into a dedicated server and doing all the coding etc from there.

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Gemini CEO Says Ethereum ($ETH) Is 'Decentralized Amazon Cloud Computing' cryptoglobe.com/latest/20…
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Cloud computing по индийски.
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iExec claims to have developed the first decentralized marketplace for cloud computing resources. Blockchain technology is used to organize a market network where users can monetize their computing power, applications, and datasets. iex.ec
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Sector DD: AI, Robotics, Genomics, Digital Payments, Cloud Computing, and Batteries Macro Trends will make you rich (aka why ARK holdings are not just memes)

I am so fucking bullish on a number of disruptive technologies (many of which I share with Cathie) and I have been for years. I'm bored at a xmas party so just throwing this out there off the top of my head for all you retards considering hopping on the ARK train. Here is a quick and dirty rundown on why I'm hyper-bullish in these sectors:

- AI (and robotics): if you thought the interwebs revolutionized the world by creating new massive industries like e-commerce and social media, wait til AI starts getting involved in a seriously major way. It's in its infancy still as a technology but think about the impact to autonomous driving/ridesharing taxi networks and shipping, traffic engineering and city planning, healthcare, military applications, roboinvesting, manufacturing, precise operations like controlling a spacecraft, advanced chemistry, literally anything that requires predictive analytics or in-depth parsing of huge data sets that a human simply could never do.

Human error and psychological bias are enormous contributors to loss of revenue and life. In 20 or 30 years, any office worker who pushes paperwork or does other menial work could be obsolete if their company can afford an AI software suite that can process that tasking at 10 or 20 or 100 times the speed with essentially zero errors.

Robotics will give AI suites and other software-based decision-making entities the ability to perform physical work. They can keep human operators outside of dangerous or difficult situations. Major manufacturing companies are buying into robotics hard for their production lines.

I like teradyne for robotics and C3 for AI. I am looking for more tickers to buy on both.

- Precision/Personalized Medicine (Telemed, but largely Genomics):

Telemedicine and small partially automated clinics will eliminate the need to see a primary care physician or psychiatrist for something as minor as a check up, flu shot, or strep throat swab. Decentralization of healthcare is already a worldwide trend.

Genetic sequencing is the big one. Genome sequencing cost for the first human genome cost $2.7B and 13 years. It is now approaching $1000 - technologies like this are finally at the point where they are ready to go to market and not just R&D pipe dreams. Companies like 23&Me are first movers in bringing personalized genetics to the public. Imagine if you could have a service like that flag the fact that you're likely to develop breast cancer and catch it at stage

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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MSFT, AAPL, and AMZN are making in-house chips based on the ARM architecture. ARM is company that licenses this architecture to other companies, and NVDA bought ARM in September. This design requires less power per unit of performance, making this the future of cloud computing. Use this dip wisely.

I previously posted ARK invests 2021 research pdf, which you can find here (post, pdf). While I didn't immediately provide an analysis or my thoughts on it, I have since taken the time to do so. A central part of ARK's investments is AI and related hardware. These stocks are dispersed throughout all of their funds as ARK believes this will fuel innovation across sectors. I agree. When we are thinking about things like space travel, three dimensional printing, EV and autonomous vehicles, VR gaming, drone deliveries and eVTOL, and simply cloud based computing - AI plays a roll in all of it.

I struggled to find a single likely beneficiary for AI software because AI is uniquely adapted to the task at hand, and has yet to be generalized. I write a lot of machine learning code, and I know of no single algorithm that performs best across different datasets. Some regularization methods or methods of critiquing networks can be useful across the spectrum, but none of these are patented, which allows anyone and any company to use the same principles as they see fit. The more I have looked into this, the more I realize the future of AI from an investing standpoint is not with third parties like SNOW, or PLTR, or AI, or SPLK; but rather is in the platforms like AMZN AWS or MFST Azure where the computation is actually done. This provides huge upside for AMZN and MSFT in that they will likely have an oligopoly on computing into the future.

While AI software companies will provide initial benefits to helping various industries utilize AI, as more and more AI engineers look for jobs, I wouldn't be surprised to see more companies doing their own in house work to better suit their needs. This could result in a boom and bust cycle for SNOW, PLTR, AI, SPLK and many more. That is not to say these aren't great companies, but in terms of making investments that will ensure growth regardless of which company or how companies implement AI and high performance computing, I think the providers themselves will provide the most consistent returns.

ARK's assessment agrees with this analysis:

https://preview.redd.it/4yqubirjsbe61.png?width=1041&format=png&auto=webp&s=798aa

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Looking to get into Cloud computing. Where to start

So I'm looking to start a real career I'm 24 years old and I already feel like I'm behind. I don't have any experience with coding I've spent thousands of hours on my computer playing games and just messing around. I have no idea were to start, I hear cloud computing is going to be huge but I don't know were to begin. Should I pursue a CS degree and then look into Cloud computing? I'm currently in the trade field I've never been a huge fan but it pays the bills. Any advice would be awesome there's a ton of info out there but none on were to TRULY start.

Sorry in Advance for the wall of text.

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BS in Cloud Computing, BS in Cybersecurity or the traditional BS in Computer Science?

Hello all,

If my goal is to get to a DevSecOps/Cloud Security role, what degree would be the most helpful?

I’m already taking the time to learn some AWS material and working in my understanding of programming. I’ve heard that Computer Science is the go-to for IT in general, but times are changing and am not sure which degree would make the most impact?

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From experience, what is the best field to work in? Networking, security, cloud computing, Linux, or more?

Trying to find my way in the field of IT. I am currently a help desk technician at a small tech company.

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Cloud Computing Appreciation Post Because Nobody Seems To Bring It Up. Might Not Be S Tier But It’s Really Clean In My Opinion
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Best cloud computing resource for personal use?

I no longer have access to my university's compute system, and I'm looking for a cloud service where I can spin up a decent sized machine ( >60GB, > 20 cores) to finish up a project I have.

Does anyone have any recommendations of good services to use to do this? I've looked in to AWS, but I'm not sure what sort of machines are available at reasonable prices.

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Cloud computing was a mistake

Maybe the 2 or 3 big-tech companies controlling like 90% of the internet was not a good idea after all. Now we have half internet glitching when one of those server farms fails. This is pathetic.

If the Internet wants to continue, it must move to decentralization, not back to TV Cable-like internet.

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has anyone tried using a gaming chair on a cloud computing service?

there's a couple of startups i've seen that allow you full access to the computer and as far as the EULA goes there are rules against actual hacking (like probing into networks) but nothing about using a gaming chair. I'm not sure if anyone else has looked into this or has tried this not even for cs specifically but any game that grabs your hwid.

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Magic Leap Announces Partnership with Google Cloud to Build the Next Era of Spatial Computing on Google Cloud magicleap.com/en-us/news/…
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George Gilder: Forget Cloud Computing, Blockchain is the Future youtube.com/watch?v=cidZR…
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[Coursera] 21 Free Courses for 2021 - Financial Planning, Mindfulness, Cloud Computing (Cloud 101), SAS, The Brain & Space, Weight Loss Plan, Make a Comic Book, Security and Privacy for Big Data, MLOps, Startup, DNA Decoded, Music for Wellnes, Accounting, News Literacy [Credit - Freebies Global] freebiesglobal.com/21-fre…
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Microsoft to work with Elon Musk's SpaceX in cloud computing for space customers.

>Microsoft Corp. is teaming up with Elon Musk's SpaceX as it takes on Amazon.com Inc. in cloud-computing for space customers, the Wall Street Journal reported. Microsoft will offer services using low-orbit spacecraft being developed by SpaceX and traditional satellite fleets circling the earth at higher altitudes, the paper reported. The initiative, which is targeting commercial and government space businesses, launched on Tuesday three months after Amazon Web Services disclosed its space plans. Microsoft will also work with Luxembourg's SES SA, which operates a network of larger satellites under the brand O3b.

Source

UPDATE:

Microsoft partners with SpaceX to connect Azure cloud to Musk’s Starlink satellite internet

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Use of cloud computing in enterprises in 2020 (% of enterprises)
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Online-VortrΓ€ge: BSI veranstaltet heute und morgen 17. Deutschen IT-Sicherheitskongress mit VortrΓ€gen Virtualisierung und Cloud Computing, Sicheren IdentitΓ€ten, Sichere mobile Kommunikation, Sichere Digitalisierung u.v.m bsi.bund.de/DE/Service-Na…
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En su propia experiencia cual es la plataforma de cloud computing mas usada en Uruguay?

Tengo ganas de aprender uno de los 3 pero no quiero aprender uno que apenas y tenga uso en el pais (quiero un futuro laboral chingada madre xd).

Por resultados de busqueda creo que es AWS ,luego le sigue Azure y muy al fondo GCP pero creo que debe ser por que lo busque con las palabras clave equivocadas por que es tan bajo que deprime.

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Cumulous is a cloud computing company that archives files on the cloud and you can share them within your community. (Similar to Dropbox and GDrive) The logo concept comprises of two elements, a zipper which symbolises compression and a community icon. Let me know what you think about this design. reddit.com/gallery/ld4d36
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Cloud computing по индийски.
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Class Warfare In Cloud Computing?

Any techies out there have evidence of moving servers and services into cloud computing platforms such as AWS being part of a class warfare strategy? This is perhaps on par with "outsourcing software development to India" or more generally "moving the factory overseas". This would let management squeeze the poor slobs doing helpdesk tickets even harder than they are.

We're learning about cloud computing at work. I tried to do the cost-benefit analysis vs. having all in-house servers. They say you save money by not having to manage your own hardware and staff. I wasn't sure whether you come out ahead, dollar per dollar. Then I wondered if maybe that isn't the point. This could instead be the ol' "threat of outsourcing" used to lower wages and stop the spread of worker rights.

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Microsoft’s Profits Rise 33%, Driven by Cloud Computing and Xbox: Live Updates nytimes.com/live/2021/01/…
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DMYI - Targeting Cloud/AI/Quantum Computing

Found some DMYI target discussion while looking more into DMYD.

https://quantisnow.com/insight/247208

RB:Β So with that third SPAC out there, is the idea here that you’re going to look for something, that’s going to be complementary to the other two, or is it something completely different?

NDM:Β Well we take our non-competes quite seriously, you know, Harry and I are both on the board of Rush Street Interactive, you know as of today, and we’re, we’ll be on the board of our second SPAC, Genius Sports Group, as well. So the third one we’re actually, searching, we said in the, in the deeper tech, bit of the mobile ecosystem. So the first one was consumer, you know gaming, online casino, the second one is sports book data. The third one will be, you know something probably in cloud computing, AI computing, potentially even, you know something like quantum computing or cloud networking. You know, the kinds of technologies that really underpin the future of mobile.

And this comment...

Ultimately, you know, we look for businesses by the way in all of our SPACS that do very well regardless of shelter in place or not. So that’s a big theme for us is, you know, effectively COVID-immune, recession-proof businesses, we like those a lot.

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Torn between B.S Cloud Computing/B.S Computer Science

OK here is my evaluation percentages:

Cloud Computing: 60% done

Computer Science: 40% done

I'm really torn between these 2, because they are only growing in importance and jobs available. It's so tempting to go with the CC because I'm basically walking in the door with a huge chuck of it done, and for CS I know I'll have to brush up on math, have zero programming experience yet I know this is something I can do if I put my mind to it. So I'm just thinking out loud, I need some input from anyone. Part of me knows CS is a solid foundation, and probably the safer choice in terms of building off it. I want to know what you all think in terms of getting jobs, versatility and just any 2 cents is much appreciated. I'm also thinking maybe go for CS (I feel this is where my nerdy heart belongs), and then since I already have a decent networking background (from my AAS in Networking) maybe focus on certs through AWS/Azure/Google?

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Cloud computing final year project ideas

I was wondering if you guys could help me find a final year software engineering project I can do related to cloud computing. I would like the project to be related to cloud computing as it would look great on my resume alongside the growth of the field would improve my job prospects.

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Question for Cloud Computing Alumni

What do I need to do after graduating with Cloud Computing degree to find a job in a Cloud Environment. Like AWS, Azure or GCP.

Given that, only Aws SysOps is offered within the degree program. Is there any other certification I need to do get a job in this field.

I currently work as Tech Support Engineer for a SD-Wan product and want to move to Cloud Architect or Support roles.

Thanks

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HPC vs Cloud computing for government agencies/academia

Hi Reddit,

I was hoping to find out why most government agencies/academia do not use cloud computing but instead use their own on premise computing? Is this due to costs for cloud computing/transfer of data limitations/technical hurdles/security concerns/etc....? I've seen this trend a lot across universities and government agencies for very large scientific computing projects such as genomics, fluid dynamics, and astronomy. I'm wondering if there are inherent limitations on cloud computing for projects like this. Here's a good example of what I'm talking about: https://pacificresearchplatform.org

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Work in cloud computing for a year and then do masters?

I graduated from CS degree last May, and have struggled to find a job since then. I am interested in things like data science/engineering and AI (the pure math component of either is one thing I like), so my ultimate goal is to get into these fields. I would like to go back to school and do a masters but not really with online learning.

I was recently offered a graduate role in cloud software development.

So one possible plan is that I take this job, work for a year and try and do my masters in year 22/23 when coronavirus is completely over. Maybe even look into further education beyond that and go into research, or if the competition is to fierce for the research/phd route, I could just find a job with the masters.

Does that sound like a feasible plan?

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For anyone in the Cloud Computing program - how is your experience so far?

I’m newer to the program and wanting to know what those who are in the program, or Alumni of it think. 3 questions for you:

  1. Thoughts on the program as a whole

  2. What is your projected time frame to complete? Or if you already did, how long did it take you.

  3. Alumni: how has the job search gone so far? Any recommendations.

Thanks everyone for your time :)

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Regular Bachelors in CS or more specialized one like Cloud Computing?

I’m currently thinking about applying to WGU.

They have IT majors in Computer Science, Cloud Computing, Information Technology, Cybersecurity and Network Operations and Security.

I’m interested in Cybersecurity, Cloud and Software Development. I would one day like to be in DevSecOps or a similar role.

Which major would help my the MOST in terms of a general tech career?

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White House drafts executive order that could restrict global cloud computing companies politico.com/news/2020/12…
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85 FREE Coursera Courses: Android App, Machine Learning, Industrial IoT, AWS Machine Learning, MATLAB, Cloud Computing & More idownloadcoupon.com/2021/…
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CLDR is looking like a sleeper cloud computing play. /r/RiskItForTheBiscuits/c…
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Microsoft's quantum cloud computing plans take another big step forward zdnet.com/article/microso…
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Lumen cloud Edge Computing nodes are designed to meet 98% of the U.S. enterprise demand within 5ms of latency. Lumen has the largest ultra-low-loss fiber network in North America with 3.5 million miles of high-capacity, low-loss fiber. https://lumen.com/en-us/solutions/edge-computing.html
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Looking at WGU BS: Cloud Computing.. old certifications?

So I'm 43, been in IT professionally for 20 years. Tossing around the idea of finally getting a degree. Does anyone know if there's an age cutoff for certifications? I have an A+ and Network+ from 2000...back before they had expirations!

Thanks

(Sorry if this is a double post, I went looking for mine earlier and I don't see it.. hoping my browser messed up and did not post it)

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Can Cloud Computing be completed in 1 term?

I really have money for 1 term. would I be able to complete it?

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Need help on were to start with Cloud computing.

So I'm looking to start a real career I'm 24 years old and I already feel like I'm behind. I don't have any experience with coding I've spent thousands of hours on my computer playing games and just messing around. I have no idea were to start, I hear cloud computing is going to be huge but I don't know were to begin. Should I pursue a CS degree and then look into Cloud computing? I'm currently in the trade field I've never been a huge fan but it pays the bills. Any advice would be awesome there's a ton of info out there but none on were to TRULY start.

Sorry in Advance for the wall of text.

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What are benefits of cloud computing?
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Cloud Computing ETFs?

Which are you invested in and why?

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