Day: December 9, 2020

Using OPA for multicloud policy and process portability

As multicloud strategies become fully mainstream, companies and dev teams are having to figure out how to create consistent approaches among cloud environments. Multicloud, itself, is ubiquitous: Among companies in the cloud, a full 93% have multicloud strategies—meaning they use more than one public cloud vendor like Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, or Microsoft Azure. Furthermore, 87% or those companies have a hybrid cloud strategy, mixing public cloud and on-premises cloud environments.

The primary reason that companies move to the cloud at all is to improve the performance, availability, scalability, and cost-effectiveness of compute, storage, network, and database functions.

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Adobe Lightroom now support Apple’s M1 chips and ARM on Windows 10

ARM-based processors hold major potential to improve performance-per-watt on our PCs, but the biggest hurdle for adopting the technology on laptops and desktops has always been the lack of app support. For many photographers, the lack of native ARM support in Adobe Lightroom would make moving to an ARM-based chip a nonstarter.

That’s being significantly mitigated today. Adobe today announced the latest version of Lightroom supports both Apple’s new M1 chips and ARM on Windows 10, suddenly making these devices much more viable alternatives for photographers.

To be clear though, only the modern version of Lightroom supports ARM. Lightroom Classic,

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