Andy Jassy, senior vice president of Amazon Web Services, positioned the company's cloud as a feature rich stack instead of a commodity infrastructure play.
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Amazon is preparing for a massive reboot of EC2 instances across the globe to remedy a security flaw.
eG Innovations's newest release of its IT infrastructure monitoring product is all about improving usability and the ability to monitor cloud computing environments.
Sponsored by Redhat and Intel
The advent of visualization and cloud computing has eliminated physical bonds between users and IT infrastructure, leading to an entirely new set of IT security challenges for the enterprise.
The National Computational Infrastructure has built an on-demand, high-performance cloud computing environment to process data-intensive computations, such as climate change, earth system science, and life sciences research.
Previously a proud Amazon EC2 customer, the visual effects provider is also moving over to Google Cloud Platform.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is in talks with Korean telco KT to provide its cloud services using the latter’s IT infrastructure, reports ZDNet Korea’s Cho Mu-hyun.
Amazon fleshes out AWS Marketplace with annual software subscriptions for instances running on its cloud infrastructure.
Amazon CTO Werner Vogels, chief of Amazon Web Services, says hybrid cloud is important to the company. He also discusses AWS' approach to legacy infrastructure, big data and mobile.
The web services giant reduces the entry-level price for renting infrastructure from its EC2 cloud.
Instagram actually isn't the first (or last) Facebook property to have kept its cloud infrastructure over at Amazon Web Services rather than moving it over to its parent company.
Research by Telsyte shows the uptake of cloud computing within Australian enterprises is expected to continue to grow, with the current total market value for public cloud infrastructure services is worth AU$305 million.
Gartner’s 2014 Magic Quadrant on IaaS, which ranks the top 15 players in the Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market, reaffirmed Amazon Web Services' (AWS) dominance in the IaaS space by once again ranking it number one in the 'Leaders' quadrant, reports Krishan Sharma.
Is the cloud the final computing architecture, as NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson claims? Even if it's not, the winners will be the transaction and infrastructure providers.
Google, Microsoft and Amazon are engaging in a price war for basic infrastructure-as-a-service offerings. Can the little guys respond? If so, at what price?
Amazon Web Services, Google Compute Engine, and Microsoft Azure are likely to be the three lead dogs in cloud infrastructure services. Why? Economics, scale, and skills.
Less hardware, scalable infrastructure, falling prices and maturing services all make cloud computing very difficult to ignore. Organisations must ensure they don't also ignore the security challenges of cloud models.
Recent moves from Google on the enterprise cloud computing front indicate that the company is dedicated to challenging Amazon Web Services. The Google surge comes after laying low for almost a year.
Amazon Web Services appears to be valued at a discount relative to software as a service companies. Should infrastructure as a service players always be discounted relative to application-based peers?
Cloud infrastructure market leader Amazon Web Services upgrades its tools so that Windows Server 2012 virtual-machine images can move between on-premise systems and EC2.
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