Community Blog Blogs of the Week – Ep. 46

Blogs of the Week – Ep. 46

Each week, we compile the hottest and most impactful topics. Let’s take a look at the 46th episode of Blogs of the Week.

The Alibaba Cloud community strives towards making the world more digitally connected and easing your information technology challenges.

Each week, we compile the hottest and most impactful content, including the trending technologies, step-by-step tutorials, knowledge from industry professionals and important figures, and best practices with Alibaba Cloud customers.

Below are this week’s five recommended articles specially curated from Alibaba Cloud community authors:

1. Working with Alibaba Cloud ECS - Part 1: Preparing the GPU-Container Environment

By Farruh

In this article, the author describes creating and preparing an environment to train or inference the AI model. The author also runs example code on Alibaba Cloud environment.

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2. KubeVela Brings Software Delivery Control Plane Capabilities to CNCF Incubator


The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to accept KubeVela as a CNCF incubating project. In this article, we will learn about the story behind KubeVela and how it was voted to become a CNCF incubating project.

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3. Overcoming Biases to Adopt Alibaba Cloud in South Africa

By Juan Venter

In this article, the author explores some of the biases that may be holding South African organizations back from adopting Alibaba Cloud and strategies to overcome them. The author also talks about some steps that can help businesses in South Africa make an informed decision about whether to adopt Alibaba Cloud.

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4. App Deploy as Code! SAE and Terraform Combine to Implement IaC-Style Application Deployment

By Song Yang (Liuxin)

In this article, the author gives an example of using Terraform to create Serverless Application Engine (SAE) applications to show the dimension reduction that SAE and Terraform bring to the IT facility management of traditional enterprises.

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5. A Paper on RunD: A Lightweight Secure Container Runtime for High-density Deployment and High-concurrency Startup in Serverless Computing

By Cloud-Native SIG

Software stacks result in low deployment density and slow startup performance at high-concurrency. Therefore, RunD, as a lightweight secure container runtime was proposed to resolve the above problems through a holistic guest-to-host solution.

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