This tech news roundup covers the Deep Learning Container beta launch by Google, Magento 2 security updates, and release of Google Fuchsia OS website.
Google recently launched a beta version of its Deep Learning Containers. It is a new cloud service that will help the development teams to build, test, and deploy machine learning applications. Further, it will also enable them to examine ML apps on-premises and then transfer them to cloud quickly.
The Google Cloud Platform (GCP) service comprises of various Docker containers and tools. They will enable optimized execution of deep learning algorithms.
Google’s Deep Learning Containers Beta comes with:
The Deep Learning Containers launched by Google is a service targeted for app development. It also supports Nvidia’s CUDA, cuDNN, and NCCL machine learning libraries.
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Magento released more than 130 security updates and quality enhancements to Magento Commerce and Open Source 2.3.2, 2.2.9, and 2.1.18. These updates will assist in addressing RCE (Remote Code Execution), XSS (Cross-Site Scripting), and other vulnerabilities.
These enhancements will improvise the page-load times by 20% along with 90% perfection in category browsing.
Moreover, Magento enhanced the cloud platform and “Page Builder” content tool. It will now offer below benefits:
However, the Magento 2.1.18 release is the final support version for Magento 2.1. As of June 30, 2019, its support window is not operational. It means that they will not receive any more security updates or quality fixes.
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At I/O 2019, Google acknowledged its open-source project – Fuchsia OS. And, now, the official developer website for this ‘capability-based’ operating system is out. Fuchsia OS offers a vast amount of documentation to help developers create Fuchsia apps faster than expected.
Google Fuchsia is a modular, Zircon-based (a completely new ‘microkernel’) open-source operating system. It is unlikely to the other Google OS, Android, and Chrome which are based on the Linux kernel. The comprehensive documentation contains the getting-started guide, developing instructions, code samples, OS overview, glossary, and more.
Developers can run Fuchsia OS in QEMU. However, to test drive it on hardware, there are a few options to make a choice:
One of the key benefits of the Fuchsia OS is its scalability. Zircon can scale from embedded Real-Time OS to any mobile or desktop application. Though Google denied that Fuchsia would replace Android OS in the future, it will likely to support Android apps.
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