Compuware has made its Topaz suite of development and testing tools available on the Amazon Web Services cloud, the latest step in the company's year-long effort to "mainstream the mainframe."
The Kromtech Security Center has released a free open source tool to help organizations detect unsecured Amazon Simple Storage Service buckets in their environments.
SAP services provider Itelligence this week announced a collaboration with Amazon Web Services aimed at bolstering its portfolio of SAP solutions.
California Polytechnic State University has launched an initiative with AWS to help government, education and nonprofit organizations keep pace with emerging technologies.
Amazon Web Services and communications giant Nokia are collaborating on an initiative to bring more large enterprises and service providers to the cloud.
Providing another layer of security for users of its Elasticsearch Service, Amazon Web Services this week added support for virtual private clouds (VPCs).
Technology distributor Ingram Micro is bringing the Windows desktop to Samsung mobile users by way of Amazon WorkSpaces.
Amazon Web Services this week announced new support for Microsoft Windows Server in its Amazon Lightsail virtual private server (VPS) solution.
Higher-than-expected spending in the Software as a Service and Platform as a Service categories is driving growth in the overall public cloud services market, according to new data by Gartner.
Moxa, a provider of industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions, recently launched a hardware/software bundle aimed at helping systems integrators funnel data from edge devices to the Amazon Web Services platform.
Open source repository GitHub now integrates with two of Amazon Web Services' developer tools.
Amazon Web Services and Microsoft this week put their long-running cloud rivalry on hold to unveil a new joint project: an open source deep learning library called "Gluon."
A new report by cloud security firm RedLock spells out what the recent outbreak of Amazon S3 security errors already indicates: "Data exposures are on the rise because organizations are failing to adhere to established security best practices."
Amazon Web Services has thrown its support behind a new technology competition aimed at fostering anti-corruption standards in the cloud computing industry.
Accenture, one of the world's biggest IT services and consulting firms with a long roster of equally high-profile customers, left critical data to be exposed to the general public on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
General Electric is throwing its support behind Amazon Web Services as its "preferred" in-house cloud provider, the two companies announced this week.
The newest release of Microsoft's relational database server is now supported on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
Microsoft has joined rivals AWS and Google in providing customers with an appliance to physically transfer large volumes of data from their on-premises environments to the cloud.
Amazon Web Services recently rolled out several improvements to its Pinpoint mobile app analytics solution, including two-way SMS texting and support for more push notification services.
The Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) space is on an "aggressive" growth path driven by hyperscale cloud vendors such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.