Yeah, whatever you say Larry...
Oracle reckons it has “fundamentally” rebuilt its cloud architecture to boost security, promising full separation of customer software and cloud control code. After painting a picture of a nefarious customer, Big Red’s CTO and cofounder Larry Ellison claimed in his first keynote of this year's OpenWorld conference that the …
Fancy Bare Neural Networking type stuff you can garner and utilise from https://arxiv.org/pdf/1511.06279v3.pdf Thanks, Scott Reed & Nando de Freitas/Google DeepMind London, UK .... https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/10/22/tennis_for_two_at_60/#c_3637197...... is a copy/clone/drone/future development of .......
A key component of the infrastructure is providing a bare-metal server, he said.
This contains none of the database giant's own cloud management code, and ring-fences customer's software into zones on the bare-bones box. If a subscriber is more security conscious, and presumably also cash rich, they can rent one or more such machine just for themselves. These bare-metal servers are controlled separately by an Oracle-powered system. In effect, Oracle has kinda rebranded bare-metal servers as "second generation."
And Larry will know IT's Attractions are Heavy Fuel Heavenly Fuelled.
Aint that correct, Larry, with the Gospel according to Satyrs and Nymphs celebrated in song here ....... Heavy Fuel Dire Straits are a Perverse Invention and Signify Hopeless Manic Desperation
Already today storage virtualization and network virtualization on AWS is done on Smart NICs i.e. outside the computer that the tenant is running on.
If AWS counted every time they re-architected their cloud as a "generation" they are probably at 5th generation by now.
So you've added all of these wonderful security features. Have they be properly tested? I only ask because when I interviewed with your cloud group in the first part of this year, they were super interested--until I mentioned the importance of testing & asked what test coverage was like. Dropped like a hot potato.
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