Amazon Web Services announced the first Amazon Machine Images for Windows Server 2019, which was debuted by Microsoft last October.
The new release revived controversy around the issue of cloud platforms tweaking and optimizing open source code to be included in their for-pay services.
As if to highlight the continuing dangers of misconfigured Amazon cloud data stores, 2018 closed out with the announcement of one more mishap on New Year's Eve.
With big things forecast for the Internet of Things in 2019, Verizon has provided a development kit to help Amazon cloud users get started.
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Machine learning, Cisco and IBM blockchain platforms, and cloud analytics using Informatica and Tableau Software offerings are all covered under the latest batch of AWS Quick Starts, along with more.
'Cloud-agnostic' firm's testing shows AWS edge in throughput, latency, CPU, network, I/O and cost.
Amazon Web Services is offering free training courses to help customers learn about the new cloud services unveiled at last week's re:Invent conference.
There's a new one-stop shop for users to monitor and manage security alerts and compliance information coming from a range of services on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Versa Networks announced it's teaming up with various industry partners to offer secure software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) solutions customized for the Amazon Web Services cloud.
In a bid to reduce the time, compute resources and costs required to train machine learning models, Amazon Web Services announced new tools at re:Invent this week to lighten the load.
Amazon Web Services launched several enhancements to SageMaker, its machine learning platform, at this week's re:Invent conference.
Amazon Web Services announced some important news at this week's re:Invent conference for datacenter managers watching the rapidly evolving Arm processor market.
At its re:Invent conference this week, AWS described new tools aimed at helping developers add more AI functionality to their apps without extensive coding or machine learning expertise.
At this week's re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, Amazon Web Services took the wraps off a new product that lets companies download and process satellite data on demand and at low cost.
Amazon Web Services announced two new blockchain-related services at its re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, called Amazon Quantum Ledger Database and Amazon Managed Blockchain.
Amazon Web Services reorganized its mobile/Web app development services, putting functionality formerly found in the back-end AWS Mobile Hub into a new home called AWS Amplify.
Amazon Web Services this week unveiled multiple IoT services aimed at developers, as well as industrial customers managing large fleets of connected devices.
Amazon Web Services is introducing new ways for organizations to move vast amounts of their data to the AWS platform.
Amazon Web Services has announced the general availability of a cloud-based development platform for makers of robot applications.