News of Note—Huawei faces security backlash in Australia, Azure improves VM memory and more

News of note
Microsoft Azure is planning on offering virtual machines with up to 12 terabytes of memory. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Politicians in Australia have raised security concerns about Huawei, which could preclude the Chinese vendor from selling its goods in the 5G market.  ABC article.

> Microsoft Azure is planning on offering virtual machines with up to 12 terabytes of memory. TechCrunch article


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> Red Hat took the wraps off of its Fuse Online, which is a low-code version of its integration platform as a service (iPaaS) offering that is made available as a cloud service. Container Journal article


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