To help cloud customers with planning, Amazon Web Services published a new coverage roadmap for its CloudFormation service, which simplifies the process of describing and provisioning all of the infrastructure resources in a cloud environment.
Amazon Web Services announced a new partner competency program to identify firms that can help customers manage cloud services and resources.
"The big money is in cloud computing certifications, with AWS and Google Cloud delivering high salaries across all regions," says new research from Global Knowledge, which just published a new examination of IT compensation and in-demand certifications.
AWS Amplify, used as a back-end development framework for mobile and Web apps, is getting improved machine learning functionality.
AWS has announced PartiQL, a new query language that the company says is designed to work with all data types, structures and storage situations.
Amazon Web Services has entered the world of ChatOps with its first chatbot targeting the DevOps space, a beta offering appropriately called AWS Chatbot.
Amazon Web Services fell shy of Wall Street estimates in its fiscal second quarter, reporting $8.38 billion in revenue compared to analyst projections of $8.49 billion.
AWS announced a new custom resource optimization recommendation service for Amazon EC2 users that analyzes past usage and advises users about opportunities to terminate idle instances and rightsize under-utilized instances.
Adobe announced integration with Amazon Alexa and its Adobe XD tool for prototyping and designing in a new initiative that includes the company's first-ever Alexa skill.
This year's report on Cloud Infrastructure as a Service from research firm Gartner Inc. is a lot like last year's report, further cementing the dominance of the "big three" in all things cloud computing, led by Amazon.
In a finding that probably comes as no surprise to users of the Amazon Web Services cloud platform, a new study says data loss/leakage is the No. 1 cloud security concern.
Visual Studio Code, a lightweight, open source, cross-platform code editor that has become the No. 1 tool for many developers, is now supported on the Amazon Web Services Inc. cloud with the general availability of a toolkit.
Mining its internal data, cloud cost optimization specialist ParkMyCloud has revealed interesting trends over the past year in its ecosystem, including a definite rise in multi-cloud implementations.
AWS Cloud Development Kit, an open source software development framework helping developers define cloud infrastructure as code using familiar programming languages, has emerged from preview to become generally available.
AWS Security Hub, a one-stop shop for users to monitor and manage security alerts and compliance information coming from a range of cloud services, has graduated from preview status, becoming generally available.
Organizations narrowly favor Amazon Web Services over rivals Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure in the areas of uptime, security and value.
Most research has shown Microsoft's Azure cloud in second place behind perennial leader AWS in market supremacy, but a new report finds Google Cloud Platform at No. 2 in the developer space, perhaps driven by the increased popularity of Kubernetes.
Seattle company Pulumi has open sourced a framework to smooth the process of enterprise application production and deployment on the Amazon Web Services cloud platform.
Amazon Web Services announced its managed data streaming service based on Apache Kafka is now generally available.
Now generally available on the Amazon Web Services cloud is AWS IoT Events, a fully managed service that joins the portfolio of services and products based on Internet of Things implementations, simplifying the detection of sensor data changes and automatically responding to them.