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Julian Assange, founder and former editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, makes his way back indoors after speaking to the media from the balcony of the Embassy of Ecuador in May 2017 in London

Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: October 12, 2018

For your weekend reading, here are the most popular stories that appeared on Data Center Knowledge this week.

WikiLeaks Publishes What It Says Is a List of Amazon Data Centers - If accurate, the list would be the most detail the public has ever seen about the world’s biggest cloud provider’s infrastructure.

AdeptDC Wants to Use Machine Learning to Prevent Data Center Outages - The startup says its upcoming software will do much more than managing the cooling system.

How Do You Play 'Halo' on a Phone? Stream It From an Azure Data Center Nearby - Microsoft said Monday it plans to launch public trials of its videogame streaming service next year. The company said it currently has one rack of hardware designed for the xCloud running in a data center.

Cloud Foundry Goes All-In With Kubernetes - The Cloud Foundry Foundation announced two new Kubernetes-focused projects at its EU Summit in Switzerland, followinglast year's addition of its Container Runtime for deploying and managing Kubernetes clusters.

Cloudera and Hortonworks to Merge and Roll Out End-to-End Data Platform - The solution will span customers’ own data centers, public cloud platforms, and edge locations.

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