This tech news roundup features Microsoft Announces TypeScript 3.4; Google announces GKE Advanced with Cloud Run and Microsoft, Dell Unveil Azure-VMware Integrations.
Microsoft recently introduced TypeScript 3.4 introduces a new flag called –incremental that tells TypeScript to save information related to the project graph of the last compilation. This new version represents the second language update since the beginning of 2019. It brings some new features, but also some improvements to other elements of the language.
Therefore, when you call TypeScript the next time with incremental, it will use this information to find the least expensive way to type-check and make changes to your project. Microsoft elaborated that using the –incremental flag on Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code open source project can reduce build times to about one-fifth from the first build. It is after consideration of any changes to the development process.
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Google recently announced Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Advanced, a new service for GKE, and its managed service Kubernetes. It includes advanced security features, improved usage reports, and support for serverless workloads via Cloud Run on GKE. The free trial version will be released in Q2 this year.
This new release includes binary authorization, for improved security of the container images. It requires a trusted authority to sign the container images during the build and test process. Further, GKE Advanced includes GKE sandbox to build a protective layer between Kubernetes clusters and third-party software. This version is supported by an SLA that guarantees 99.95% availability for regional clusters.
Google also introduced Cloud Run to manage enterprise workloads via serverless functions. With an edge in Kubernetes and containerized platforms, Google enjoys a competitive advantage against Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. With Cloud Run on GKE, customers can now benefit from automatic scale up, network and routing functions, as well as monitoring and tracking.
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On April 29, Microsoft and Dell Technologies (majority shareholder of VMware) announced through an “extended partnership” that both companies would offer their customers “a native, supported, and certified VMware experience on Microsoft Azure.”
The goal of Azure VMware Solutions is to enable users to “extend and redeploy” native VMware workloads to Azure. VMware workloads maintained on Azure can be integrated with Azure Active Directory, Azure AI, and IoT.
Further, the VMware Workspace ONE application-management platform will be a part of the Microsoft 365 ecosystem. Workspace ONE will be updated to integrate with the relevant intune programming interfaces, officials said. It will help the users to manage and secure features of Office 365 across devices. Finally, VMware will be extending Windows Virtual Desktop, with “initial capabilities” expected to launch as a preview by the end of 2019.
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