From Amazon S3 security blunders, to AWS' ongoing rivalries with Microsoft in the cloud and Oracle in databases, here are the Top 10 headlines of 2017.
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Worldwide server revenue went up by 16 percent in the third quarter due to strong demand for cloud services, according to recent data from Gartner.
Amazon Web Services on Wednesday took the wraps off the next version release of its Linux server operating system.
The new Ningxia region is AWS' 17th worldwide and its seventh in the Asia Pacific area.
A recent study by migration analytics firm TSO Logic tries to pin down exactly why and how most organizations end up overpaying for cloud services.
Amazon Web Services this week rolled out a new Single Sign-On service that integrates with Microsoft Active Directory, as well as popular business applications like Microsoft Office 365.
Interest in both Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure is skyrocketing among job seekers and employers alike.
Customers can now use the Amazon Web Services Server Migration Service to move their Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines to the cloud.
Nearly lost in the barrage of re:Invent announcements was the raft of high-profile customers that are placing their bets on AWS' platform to power their operations.
Over one year after purchasing startup Cloud9, Amazon Web Services has released a new browser-based IDE of the same name.
For the second time in less than two weeks, security researchers at UpGuard have reported the leak of highly classified U.S. military data left on unsecured Amazon S3 storage buckets.
As re:Invent 2017 draws to a close, here's a roundup of all the news that was fit to post from the annual mega-conference.
At its re:Invent conference this week in Las Vegas, Amazon Web Services unveiled the next milestones in its bid to democratize machine learning.
Amazon Web Services introduced a pair of new EC2 instance families this week at re:Invent 2017.
In its quest to help developers build increasingly intelligent apps, Amazon Web Services this week unveiled four new solutions that can turn volumes of unstructured media into data goldmines.
Amazon Web Services put the spotlight on its ongoing investments in its partner ecosystem at this week's AWS re:Invent Global Partner Summit.
In a bid to expand the reach of its Alexa voice-activated AI beyond home users, Amazon Web Services this week launched a version for office conference environments called "Alexa for Business."
Two new Amazon Web Services features unveiled at the re:Invent conference this week aim to make the Amazon S3 and AWS Glacier storage services more useful for analytics.
Amazon Web Services made several container technology advances this week at its re:Invent conference, announcing its Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes and unveiling a new container management model called Fargate.