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How a Cloud Backup Startup Aims To Cut Wasted Storage

A new player in the crowded cloud backup space, Aparavi this week unveiled a solution called Active Archive that's aimed at the second-generation of cloud storage customers.

Amazon's 3-D Developer Platform, Sumerian, Exits Preview

Amazon Web Services is making it easier for developers to dip their toes in 3-D modeling.

Little Overlap in N2WS, Veeam Buyers, Even at the Same Customer

Executives from Veeam Software are surprisingly excited that Amazon Web Services administrators haven't heard of their company.

Verizon Media Subsidiary Oath Chooses AWS Cloud

AWS announced another big customer win as Oath, a digital/media subsidiary of Verizon, named the Amazon platform as its preferred public cloud provider.

JetStream Helps Move VMware Workloads to AWS Cloud

JetStream Software announced a new offering to help enterprises running VMware on the Amazon Web Services platform migrate their virtualized workloads from on-premises datacenters to the cloud.

AWS IoT Analytics Emerges from Preview

AWS IoT Analytics is a fully managed service enabling simple and sophisticated analytics on massive volumes of data from sensors and other IoT-connected devices.

AWS Is Top Choice for IoT Development, Survey Says

The AWS cloud is the top choice for Internet of Things development, according to a new survey that shows growth for No. 2 Microsoft Azure but notes Google Cloud Platform is faltering.

With Q1 Earnings, AWS Shows It's Back on Track

Amazon Web Services surpassed Wall Street expectations for the quarter ended March 31, according to parent company Amazon.com's most recent earnings report released Thursday.

New AWS Blockchain Templates Provide Cloud Onramps to the Technology

Blockchain technology is an emerging distributed computing system used for many things, ranging from managing Bitcoin cryptocurrency to securely recording events, medical records, identity management and more.

Alexa Development Skills Go the No-Code Route

While Amazon previously published documentation for developers interested in coding up Alexa skills for the company's cloud-based voice service that lets users create natural voice experiences to interact with Amazon technology, it has unveiled a 1-2-3 step no-code experience for the same thing.

Hyperscale and IaaS Ascendant in Public Cloud: Study

The writing is on the wall for the johnny-come-latelies of the public cloud.

AWS Edges Azure for Analyst's Top Cloud Dev Platform

Research firm gives the slightest of edges to AWS over Microsoft's Azure among full-stack public cloud development platforms, with Google rounding out the "Leaders" category.

AWS AppSync for Data-Driven Apps Now Available

AppSync, an Amazon Web Services tool for data-driven native mobile apps (and Web), is now out of preview and production ready, replete with new functionality, the company.

Software-Defined Storage Service Launches on AWS Cloud

Nexenta has chosen the Amazon Web Services cloud to extend its software-defined storage offering to a hybrid model.

New AWS Offerings Focus on Security

Security was the focus of several new Amazon Web Services offerings announced during last week's AWS Summit in San Francisco.

Hyperconverged Infrastructure Firm Announces AWS Version

HCI specialist Pivot3 announced a cloud edition of its software for the AWS platform, aiming to simplify the use of public clouds for tasks such as data replication.

GoDaddy Web Hoster Moving to AWS Cloud

The latest big win for Amazon Web Services is the announcement that GoDaddy Inc., an Internet domain registrar and Web hosting company, is going "all in" on AWS, planning to move most of its infrastructure to the cloud platform.

Oracle Gunning for AWS with 'Faster' Autonomous Database at '1/10th the Cost'

In an ongoing war of words between the two cloud providers, Oracle CEO says its Exadyte autonomous database is the future, providing a faster and cheaper alternative to AWS offerings.

Cloud Report: AI/ML, Serverless, Flash Storage on Rise

A report from Cloudability shows today's cloud services have come a long way since Amazon Web Services debuted in 2006, demonstrating the growth of new-age offerings like artificial intelligence/machine learning, serverless computing, flash storage and more.

AWS Is a 'Most-Loved' Development Platform, Survey Says

In the Stack Overflow survey, which polled more than 100,000 developer-types, AWS came in at No. 3 among most-loved platforms (68.6 percent of respondents), trailing Linux (76.5 percent) and serverless (75.2 percent).

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