• MRT Malaysia 2017, Malaysia's Biggest Infrastructure Project

    This MRT Malaysia or The MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line is the ninth rail transit line and the second fully automated and driverless rail system in the Klang Valley area, Malaysia after the LRT Kelana Jaya Line. It is a part of Greater KL/Klang Valley Integrated Transit System under the Land Public Transport Commission of Malaysia (SPAD). It is the biggest infrastructure project to date in Malaysia consisting of three planned rail lines under Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit Project by MRT Corp. The Phase 1 between Sungai Buloh and Semantan commenced service in 16 December 2016. Phase 2 of the line is slated to begin in July 2017. The MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line is the first of the three planned Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit lines to be constructed, with estimated contract value of MYR3...

    published: 17 Jan 2017
  • Infrastructure in a village in Malaysia البنية التحتية في قرية من قري ماليزيا

    البنية التحتية في قرية من قري ماليزيا

    published: 30 Aug 2016
  • Infrastructure Malaysia Introductory Video

    published: 07 Feb 2014
  • Malaysia Infrastructure Report 2016 Road to Airport

    Malaysia Infrastructure Report 2016 Road to Airport

    published: 18 May 2016
  • NEWS: Malaysia ‘ready’ for nuclear power

    Malaysia is thoroughly prepared to decide on the introduction of nuclear power, based on an assessment initiated by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). According to Minister in the PM’s Department Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri, the final report of the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) Mission Phase 1 will be tabled to the Cabinet by next week.

    published: 07 Mar 2017
  • ASEAN 2016 - Learning from the Best in ASEAN Infrastructure

    http://www.weforum.org/ Learning from the Best in ASEAN Infrastructure Despite ASEAN’s huge infrastructure deficit, the region is also notching up notable successes. How can regional players learn from these examples and build a sustainable investment climate for the future?On the agenda:- Identify key success factors in regional infrastructure- Apply the lessons to the rest of the region- Examine the role of the public and private sectors in dismantling roadblocksThis session was developed in partnership with Channel NewsAsia. · Stephen P. Groff, Vice-President, East Asia, South-East Asia and the Pacific, Asian Development Bank, Manila · Chris Heathcote, Chief Executive Officer, Global Infrastructure Hub, Australia · Uwe Krüger, Chief Executive Officer, WS Atkins, United Kingdom · Li...

    published: 01 Jun 2016
  • Malaysia Documentary

    published: 18 Jul 2014
  • Malaysia Massive Project LATEST!!!2017

    Malaysia is going to be a developed country by 2020 pretty well now,for this video I just include some of the projects the others project that I do not put on this video because extremely crazy development by government.Also video has a tallest building and public transportation as well as facilities to create a new connection through this country and changing the economy,infrastructures,technologies,education,business,job vacancy,industries,increase exports and others simultaneously today.the date I put on based on official launched the projects and the costs based on the news,blogs and official website.More projects will comes IF ANY MISTAKES ON THIS VIDEO OR INFO PLEASE COMMENT BELOW Thank you for watch the video PLEASE SUBSCRIBE https://youtu.be/89o5UrbRciE

    published: 21 Dec 2016
  • Malaysia ranks the most competitive developing economy in Asia

    With low commodity prices, an exodus of foreign funds, a slumping currency and financial scandals, it's been a rough year for Malaysia but things are turning around. The World Economic Forum now ranks Malaysia among the 20 most competitive countries in the world, beating out Australia(21th), Ireland(24th) and South Korea(26th). The country scored particularly highly in how it facilitates trade and manages its financial markets. Over the past five years, the government has been working to trim red tape, identify key growth areas and boost private investment under what it calls its Economic Transformation Programme. CCTV's Rian Maelzer reports from Kuala Lumpur.

    published: 08 Oct 2015
  • KL: A City of Opportunity - Infrastructure

    As it develops into a true cosmopolitan hub, Greater KL continues to offer exciting prospects for multinational companies seeking a foothold in the flourishing Asian region, in tandem with Malaysia’s transformation. Greater KL’s advantageous business ecosystem include the city’s world-class connectivity and excellent road, rail, sea and air infrastructure. Find out what top business leaders from Shell, Turner International, and more have to say about Greater KL’s game-changing infrastructure development.

    published: 30 May 2017
  • FOREST CITY: $100 Billion City Made From Scratch in Johor, Malaysia

    Watch a $100 Billion city made from scratch in Malaysia, Forest City Johor, World's Largest Mega Construction Project. US$100 Billion Chinese-Made Metropolis Near Singapore is Massive. A strategic multi-billion-dollar new city near Singapore is drawing interest from investors with promises of luxury living, but there are questions over its future owing to China’s economic afflictions and forewarnings of environmental devastation. Forest City is a luxurious futuristic “eco-city” of high-rises and waterfront villas, which will sit on four man-made islands on the Malaysian side of the Johor Strait just an hour away from Singapore. This revolutionary city is offering 700,000 residential units as well as shopping malls, international schools, convention venues, hotels and medical faciliti...

    published: 21 Jan 2017
  • Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL)

    Welcome to Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL). As the new and 5th President and Vice-Chancellor, I am pleased to share with you about IUKL.

    published: 12 May 2016
  • WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN IN MALAYSIA

    An 8 year 'Malaysia Anniversary' celebration video on what to expect if you decide to come down to visit us in the tropics. ★ Follow me on INSTAGRAM https://goo.gl/c9ZKgt ★★ Follow me on FACEBOOK https://goo.gl/dyY7S1 DOWNLOAD GRAB CAR LINK: https://invite.grab.co/711061 Welcome back to the Channel and to a brand new video on my TOP 10 THINGS of what to expect when you come to Malaysia. Couldn't think of a better time to make this video than in the beautiful month of April which just so happens to be my birthday month. And also happens to be the month in which I first moved to Malaysia. MUSIC ________ Kozoro - Thank You (Via SuicideSheeep) https://soundcloud.com/kozoromusic https://www.facebook.com/KozoroMusic https://twitter.com/KozoroMusic http://kozoro.bandcamp.com/releases V...

    published: 18 Apr 2017
  • Vision 2020,Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia

    our first documentary ever....hope u gyes enjoy it.

    published: 01 May 2017
  • Infrastructure with Japan: Shinkansen in Malaysia and Singapore

    published: 14 Jun 2017
  • Hybrid-Infrastructure: The Journey to Containerization

    By Aswin C., Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Malaysia

    published: 24 Apr 2017
MRT Malaysia 2017, Malaysia's Biggest Infrastructure Project

MRT Malaysia 2017, Malaysia's Biggest Infrastructure Project

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  • Updated: 17 Jan 2017
  • views: 710
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This MRT Malaysia or The MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line is the ninth rail transit line and the second fully automated and driverless rail system in the Klang Valley area, Malaysia after the LRT Kelana Jaya Line. It is a part of Greater KL/Klang Valley Integrated Transit System under the Land Public Transport Commission of Malaysia (SPAD). It is the biggest infrastructure project to date in Malaysia consisting of three planned rail lines under Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit Project by MRT Corp. The Phase 1 between Sungai Buloh and Semantan commenced service in 16 December 2016. Phase 2 of the line is slated to begin in July 2017. The MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line is the first of the three planned Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit lines to be constructed, with estimated contract value of MYR36 billion. The line starts from Sungai Buloh which is located to the north-west of Kuala Lumpur, runs through the city centre of Kuala Lumpur, and ends in Kajang, a fast developing town located to the south-east of Kuala Lumpur. The line serves a corridor with an estimated population of 1.2 million people. Video: MRT Malaysia
https://wn.com/Mrt_Malaysia_2017,_Malaysia's_Biggest_Infrastructure_Project
Infrastructure in a village in Malaysia البنية التحتية في قرية من قري ماليزيا

Infrastructure in a village in Malaysia البنية التحتية في قرية من قري ماليزيا

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  • Updated: 30 Aug 2016
  • views: 24
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البنية التحتية في قرية من قري ماليزيا
https://wn.com/Infrastructure_In_A_Village_In_Malaysia_البنية_التحتية_في_قرية_من_قري_ماليزيا
Infrastructure Malaysia Introductory Video

Infrastructure Malaysia Introductory Video

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  • Updated: 07 Feb 2014
  • views: 440
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https://wn.com/Infrastructure_Malaysia_Introductory_Video
Malaysia Infrastructure Report 2016   Road to Airport

Malaysia Infrastructure Report 2016 Road to Airport

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  • Updated: 18 May 2016
  • views: 600
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Malaysia Infrastructure Report 2016 Road to Airport
https://wn.com/Malaysia_Infrastructure_Report_2016_Road_To_Airport
NEWS: Malaysia ‘ready’ for nuclear power

NEWS: Malaysia ‘ready’ for nuclear power

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  • Updated: 07 Mar 2017
  • views: 780
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Malaysia is thoroughly prepared to decide on the introduction of nuclear power, based on an assessment initiated by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). According to Minister in the PM’s Department Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri, the final report of the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) Mission Phase 1 will be tabled to the Cabinet by next week.
https://wn.com/News_Malaysia_‘Ready’_For_Nuclear_Power
ASEAN 2016 - Learning from the Best in ASEAN Infrastructure

ASEAN 2016 - Learning from the Best in ASEAN Infrastructure

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  • Duration: 53:50
  • Updated: 01 Jun 2016
  • views: 5663
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http://www.weforum.org/ Learning from the Best in ASEAN Infrastructure Despite ASEAN’s huge infrastructure deficit, the region is also notching up notable successes. How can regional players learn from these examples and build a sustainable investment climate for the future?On the agenda:- Identify key success factors in regional infrastructure- Apply the lessons to the rest of the region- Examine the role of the public and private sectors in dismantling roadblocksThis session was developed in partnership with Channel NewsAsia. · Stephen P. Groff, Vice-President, East Asia, South-East Asia and the Pacific, Asian Development Bank, Manila · Chris Heathcote, Chief Executive Officer, Global Infrastructure Hub, Australia · Uwe Krüger, Chief Executive Officer, WS Atkins, United Kingdom · Liow Tiong Lai, Minister of Transport of Malaysia Moderated by · Adam Bakhtiar, Anchor, Channel NewsAsia, Singapore
https://wn.com/Asean_2016_Learning_From_The_Best_In_Asean_Infrastructure
Malaysia Documentary

Malaysia Documentary

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2014
  • views: 111939
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https://wn.com/Malaysia_Documentary
Malaysia Massive Project LATEST!!!2017

Malaysia Massive Project LATEST!!!2017

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  • Duration: 20:44
  • Updated: 21 Dec 2016
  • views: 344
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Malaysia is going to be a developed country by 2020 pretty well now,for this video I just include some of the projects the others project that I do not put on this video because extremely crazy development by government.Also video has a tallest building and public transportation as well as facilities to create a new connection through this country and changing the economy,infrastructures,technologies,education,business,job vacancy,industries,increase exports and others simultaneously today.the date I put on based on official launched the projects and the costs based on the news,blogs and official website.More projects will comes IF ANY MISTAKES ON THIS VIDEO OR INFO PLEASE COMMENT BELOW Thank you for watch the video PLEASE SUBSCRIBE https://youtu.be/89o5UrbRciE
https://wn.com/Malaysia_Massive_Project_Latest_2017
Malaysia ranks the most competitive developing economy in Asia

Malaysia ranks the most competitive developing economy in Asia

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  • Duration: 2:21
  • Updated: 08 Oct 2015
  • views: 1923
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With low commodity prices, an exodus of foreign funds, a slumping currency and financial scandals, it's been a rough year for Malaysia but things are turning around. The World Economic Forum now ranks Malaysia among the 20 most competitive countries in the world, beating out Australia(21th), Ireland(24th) and South Korea(26th). The country scored particularly highly in how it facilitates trade and manages its financial markets. Over the past five years, the government has been working to trim red tape, identify key growth areas and boost private investment under what it calls its Economic Transformation Programme. CCTV's Rian Maelzer reports from Kuala Lumpur.
https://wn.com/Malaysia_Ranks_The_Most_Competitive_Developing_Economy_In_Asia
KL: A City of Opportunity - Infrastructure

KL: A City of Opportunity - Infrastructure

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  • Updated: 30 May 2017
  • views: 22
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As it develops into a true cosmopolitan hub, Greater KL continues to offer exciting prospects for multinational companies seeking a foothold in the flourishing Asian region, in tandem with Malaysia’s transformation. Greater KL’s advantageous business ecosystem include the city’s world-class connectivity and excellent road, rail, sea and air infrastructure. Find out what top business leaders from Shell, Turner International, and more have to say about Greater KL’s game-changing infrastructure development.
https://wn.com/Kl_A_City_Of_Opportunity_Infrastructure
FOREST CITY: $100 Billion City Made From Scratch in Johor, Malaysia

FOREST CITY: $100 Billion City Made From Scratch in Johor, Malaysia

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  • Updated: 21 Jan 2017
  • views: 21
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Watch a $100 Billion city made from scratch in Malaysia, Forest City Johor, World's Largest Mega Construction Project. US$100 Billion Chinese-Made Metropolis Near Singapore is Massive. A strategic multi-billion-dollar new city near Singapore is drawing interest from investors with promises of luxury living, but there are questions over its future owing to China’s economic afflictions and forewarnings of environmental devastation. Forest City is a luxurious futuristic “eco-city” of high-rises and waterfront villas, which will sit on four man-made islands on the Malaysian side of the Johor Strait just an hour away from Singapore. This revolutionary city is offering 700,000 residential units as well as shopping malls, international schools, convention venues, hotels and medical facilities on 1,370 hectares. The city will even have its own immigration centre! It is a US$100 billion (RM441 billion) development project to build this city in the sea and while Chinese home buyers have sent prices soaring all over the world, in this corner of Southeast Asia, Chinese developers are swamping the market, pushing prices lower with an excess of hundreds of thousands of new homes. Country Garden, which has partnered with the investment arm of Johor state, launched another waterfront project down the coast in 2013 called Danga Bay, where it has sold all 9,539 apartments. China state-owned Greenland Group is building office towers, apartments and shops on 128 acres in Tebrau, about 20 minutes from the city centre. Guangzhou R&F Properties Co. has started construction on the first phase of Princess Cove, with about 3,000 homes. Country Garden said in an e-mail it was “optimistic on the outlook of Forest City” because of the region’s growing economy and location next to Singapore. Singapore’s high costs and property prices encouraged some companies to relocate to JB, while the shopping malls and amusement parks have become a favourite day-trip destination for Singaporeans. In the old city centre, young Malaysians hang out at hipster cafes and ice cream parlours on Jalan Dhoby where the influx of new money is restoring the colonial-era shop lots. Developers have a pipeline of more than 350,000 private homes planned or under construction in Johor state, according to data from Malaysia’s National Property Information Centre. That’s more than all the privately built homes in Singapore. Forest City could add another 160,000 over its 30-year construction period, according to Bloomberg estimates, based on the projected population. USA based chocolate maker Hershey Co. is among those building a plant in Johor, joining tenants such as amusement park Legoland Malaysia and Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios, a franchise of the UK-based movie studio. Meanwhile, sales reps are selling this utopian dream – a metropolitan of the future with smart, leafy buildings and offices full of cheerful, rich residents. Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak said Johor's massive Forest City development can help the transformation of the southern state, like Dubai, which built giant property projects to attract investors. And he said the criticisms by former premier Mahathir Mohamad that Malaysia was throwing away its sovereignty by selling Johor land and housing units to companies from China and their buyers are slander, as the projects are sold on 99-year leases. "Today Dubai has become a great metropolis and its people earn high incomes. If Dubai can succeed, we too can develop land," he said in a speech at an event in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Tun Dr Mahathir had alleged that Chinese nationals coming to Johor could later qualify to become Malaysian citizens, and that they might be allowed to vote. The Forest City development will see four islands reclaimed on the Malaysian side of the Johor Strait, with media reports saying that housing units there and in some 60 other Johor Baru projects were being offered to mainland Chinese buyers. Datuk Seri Najib said the Chinese nationals, whose country is a global economic power and who earned high incomes, would not want to become Malaysians. He also said that the Chinese who participated in the Malaysia, My Second Home programme are not entitled to Malaysian citizenship, although they lived in this country. Meanwhile, Mr Najib on Thursday evening launched his 2050 National Transformation, or TN50, road map for Malaysia - the successor to Dr Mahathir's Vision 2020. Mr Najib said the goal "is for Malaysia to become a top 20 country in the world by 2050". The TN50 policy document is being drafted with public feedback. (NST)
https://wn.com/Forest_City_100_Billion_City_Made_From_Scratch_In_Johor,_Malaysia
Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL)

Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL)

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  • Updated: 12 May 2016
  • views: 1775
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Welcome to Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL). As the new and 5th President and Vice-Chancellor, I am pleased to share with you about IUKL.
https://wn.com/Infrastructure_University_Kuala_Lumpur_(Iukl)
WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN IN MALAYSIA

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN IN MALAYSIA

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  • Updated: 18 Apr 2017
  • views: 3245
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An 8 year 'Malaysia Anniversary' celebration video on what to expect if you decide to come down to visit us in the tropics. ★ Follow me on INSTAGRAM https://goo.gl/c9ZKgt ★★ Follow me on FACEBOOK https://goo.gl/dyY7S1 DOWNLOAD GRAB CAR LINK: https://invite.grab.co/711061 Welcome back to the Channel and to a brand new video on my TOP 10 THINGS of what to expect when you come to Malaysia. Couldn't think of a better time to make this video than in the beautiful month of April which just so happens to be my birthday month. And also happens to be the month in which I first moved to Malaysia. MUSIC ________ Kozoro - Thank You (Via SuicideSheeep) https://soundcloud.com/kozoromusic https://www.facebook.com/KozoroMusic https://twitter.com/KozoroMusic http://kozoro.bandcamp.com/releases VIDEO CONTENT ____________ I couldn't have more good things to say about this country. I love living here and I have loved every moment of being here. It was a real struggle to try and condense this video down to just 10 things because there is so much about Malaysia that I would love to share. But I WAS able to condense them so here are: 10 things to expect when you come to Malaysia. 1. THE TROPICAL WEATHER I think it's safe to assume that Malaysia, being situated just shy of the equator, is very much a hot country. And not only that, its humid! Malaysian mornings are usually sunny, and the afternoons over-cast and rainy. I must say though, I prefer rainy season. Its so much more exciting. 2. UNIQUE CUISINE Because Malaysia has such a mixing pot of different cultures and nationalities and such a rich heritage, the food that has emerged here is out of this world. Malaysia is actually KNOWN for its incredible food selection and I can definitely attest to that. There is a taste for every palette. 3. MULTI-LINGUAL Malaysia has 4 main languages; Malay, English, Chinese and Tamil, and each of them are just as important as the other. Luckily, if you can speak English you are pretty much in the safe zone. 4. GREAT AFFORDABILITY The first question that comes to mind when travelling is always... Do I have the money?! Well luckily for you, Malaysia happens to be a very affordable country. Food is very easy to come by and you can pay near to nothing for a very hearty meal. Clothing, (local brands) are abundant and so affordable. My only criticism is the sizes are a little smaller than what I'm used to. hehe. 5. TRANSPORTATION Due to the way Malaysia has been built, its not very pedestrian friendly. So getting around by car is always the safest option. There is public transport, but its limited. And at the end of the day, taxis, ubers and Grabs are just so much more affordable. 6. RELIGION Like language, there are 4 main religions in Malaysia. Those religions being: Islam, Buddhism, Christianity and Hinduism. But even with such a mix of religions, there is such a beautiful harmony among the people. 7. CHILLED BACK LIFESTYLE I blame the weather for how calm and relaxed everyone is in this country. When you live with so much warmth and sunshine as you do here, I really can't blame anyone for taking things in their own time. And as much as it gets on my nerves at time, it just the Malaysian way and I wouldn't want to change it for the world. 8. MOSQUITOES Having said that, with sunshine and warmth also come uninvited guests. Mosquitoes. Not much to say about it except... BE PREPARED! 9. GREENERY One things that I commend Malaysia on for an exceptional job is how well they have incorporated nature and infrastructure. I love driving down the roads and seeing greenery with skyscrapers popping out here and there. It add such a lovely element to the city and gives it such a sense of life. Definitely something I hope to see more of in other cities around the world. 10. DIVERSE CULTURE And lastly, the beautifully diverse culture there is in Malaysia. I know people from all walks of life. From every country in the world. And I've learnt so much about other people, religions, races, cultures, traditions and everything else that comes with diverse companionship. Malaysia is truly a beautiful home and I am very proud to be able to call it that. :)
https://wn.com/What_To_Expect_When_In_Malaysia
Vision 2020,Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia

Vision 2020,Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia

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  • Updated: 01 May 2017
  • views: 82
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our first documentary ever....hope u gyes enjoy it.
https://wn.com/Vision_2020,Infrastructure_University_Kuala_Lumpur,Malaysia
Infrastructure with Japan: Shinkansen in Malaysia and Singapore

Infrastructure with Japan: Shinkansen in Malaysia and Singapore

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  • Updated: 14 Jun 2017
  • views: 79
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https://wn.com/Infrastructure_With_Japan_Shinkansen_In_Malaysia_And_Singapore
Hybrid-Infrastructure: The Journey to Containerization

Hybrid-Infrastructure: The Journey to Containerization

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  • Updated: 24 Apr 2017
  • views: 5
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By Aswin C., Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Malaysia
https://wn.com/Hybrid_Infrastructure_The_Journey_To_Containerization