Cloud computing is the centerpiece of the world’s technical response to the COVID-19 crisis. Indeed, the leading public cloud providers were standout business successes in this most unusual of years. As businesses everywhere managed to keep the lights on by having personnel work from their homes, all of the principal cloud providers substantially grew their revenues and continued to deliver innovations at a blistering pace.
- Twitter launches its voice-based ‘Spaces’ social networking feature into beta testing
- Google grants $3 million to the CNCF to help it run the Kubernetes infrastructure