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AWS Clears the $5 Billion Mark in Q4 Earnings

Amazon Web Services earned nearly $17.5 billion in revenue for all of 2017, according to Amazon.com's fiscal fourth quarter financial earnings report on Thursday.

Analyst Says Microsoft Took Cloud Market Share from AWS in Q4 2017

Microsoft's Azure cloud stole some public cloud computing market share from Amazon Web Services in the fourth fiscal quarter of 2017, according to research analysts at investment bank KeyBanc quoted by CNBC.

Report Highlights Versa SD-WAN Integration with AWS Cloud

Versa Networks, a specialist in new-age software-centric networking technologies, announced a research report highlighting the integration of its offerings with the Amazon Web Services cloud.

AWS Acquires Security Firm Founded by NSA Vets

Amazon Web Services has snapped up a security software firm with close ties to the U.S. National Security Agency.

AWS Going Big on Go

After recently releasing a preview of its SDK for Go 2.0, Amazon Web Services is continuing to infuse support for the Go programming language across multiple services on its cloud computing platform, with AWS Lambda being the latest.

Armor Anywhere Consumption-Based Pricing Now Available in AWS Marketplace

This week Armor, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Technology Partner, announced the availability of its Armor Anywhere solution in the AWS Marketplace with new consumption-based pricing and enhanced log management services.

AWS Unifies Auto Scaling Across Multiple Services

Auto scaling, a fundamental tenet of the Amazon Web Services cloud computing platform that lets users consume resources on-demand and pay only for what they use, has been unified in order to let users manage it across multiple services.

Veeam Cozies Up to AWS with Cloud Backup Buy

Veeam Software this week announced its plan to acquire N2WS, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service data protection provider with close ties to Amazon Web Services.

Bonitasoft Partners with AWS for Low-Code Offering

The company specializes in helping organizations create low-code business process management and digital transformation software, offering an open source version of its platform.

'Cloud and Distributed Computing' Tops LinkedIn's Top Skill for 2018

LinkedIn published its list of the most in-demand skills heading into 2018, with Cloud and Distributed Computing topping the list.

Developer Preview of SDK for Go 2.0 Available on AWS Cloud

Amazon Web Services Inc. unveiled a developer preview of its new AWS SDK for Go 2.0.

AWS Publishes Couchbase Quick Start

There's now a Quick Start for using Couchbase, the popular document-oriented NoSQL database, on the Amazon Web Services cloud.

AWS, Other Top Clouds Respond to Processor Security Flaw

News this week of a widespread PC processor vulnerability has prompted the industry's top cloud providers to issue assurances to their customers.

AWS Brings Its Cloud Datacenter Footprint to Paris

Amazon Web Services has officially opened its newest cloud region in France, an expansion of its European infrastructure over two years in the making.

2017 Wrap-Up: Top AWS News of the Year

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.

2017 Wrap-Up: Top AWS How-To Columns of the Year

You had AWS questions; our cloud guru Brien Posey had the answers.

Server Sales Up Worldwide as Cloud Demand Increases

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.

Second-Generation Amazon Linux OS Sees Daylight

Amazon Web Services on Wednesday took the wraps off the next version release of its Linux server operating system.

AWS Taps Partner To Open Its Second Region in China

The new Ningxia region is AWS' 17th worldwide and its seventh in the Asia Pacific area.

Study: Most Orgs Over-Estimate Their Cloud Resource Needs

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.