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AppScale Provides FastStart for AWS App Deployment

Though its rapid application development platform is based on Google App Engine, AppScale Systems Inc. today announced a tool to help users deploy apps on the competing Amazon Web Services Inc cloud.

Microsoft Offers Tool To Manage Clouds -- Including AWS

Microsoft continued its assault on cloud market leader Amazon Web Services with the introduction of a tool to manage resources in clouds of any type, including AWS.

NetSuite Abandoning AWS for Microsoft Cloud

NetSuite is moving its ERP software from Amazon Web Services to the Microsoft Azure cloud.

Ruxit Seeks To Improve CloudWatch Monitoring

Ruxit, an application performance management company, announced it has added the Amazon Web Services Inc. cloud to its list of supported technologies.

Mesosphere Puts Datacenter OS Beta on AWS

Mesosphere is putting its Datacenter Operating System on the cloud as a public beta project.

Amazon Grabs Spot Instances Specialist ClusterK

Amazon isn't providing details, but the company confirmed it has acquired ClusterK Inc., which specializes in helping enterprises save money by bidding on unused compute instances, called Spot Instances.

Microsoft Targets AWS Redshift with New Azure SQL Data Warehouse

Microsoft made no bones about who it was targeting with its new Azure SQL Data Warehouse during yesterday's opening keynote address at its Build developer conference.

Analysts Mull Whether AWS Should Be Spun Off

In the wake of's earnings report last week, in which the company broke out earnings for Amazon Web Services (AWS) for the first time, analysts are debating whether the retail giant should spin off its cloud business.

SAS Puts Statistical 'University' on Amazon Cloud

SAS Institute Inc. is putting its SAS University Edition statistical software on the AWS marketplace for educational and non-commercial use.

Having Silenced IaaS Doubters, What's Next for AWS?

Well, Infrastructure as a Service works, and Amazon Web Services Inc.'s recent quarterly financial results report shows the cloud company is doing pretty well with it, at least temporarily silencing doubters as it continues to hold off stiff competition from some of the most powerful companies in the world. So now what?

Atlassian Updates Stash Product with AWS Support

Version 3.8 of Stash, the Git-based distributed version control system (DVCS) from collaboration and development toolmaker Atlassian, now supports deployments on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Inc.

Amazon Reveals AWS Cloud Earnings for First Time Inc. broke out revenue from its cloud business for the first time on Thursday, when it announced its first-quarter earnings report.

Logentries Offers Free CloudTrail Service

Logentries announced a free log auditing service in beta for tracking security and resource utilization data for users of Amazon Web Services CloudTrail.

Splunk Cloud Now on AWS

Splunk said its Splunk Cloud is now available on Amazon Web Services Inc.

Research: Rivals Pressure AWS in IaaS

The latest report from 451 Research shows Amazon Web Services is still the No. 1 option to provide Infrastructure as a Service to enterprises, with Microsoft Azure nipping at its heels.

AWS Furiously Fights Off Cloud Competitors

Amazon Web Services -- the original cloud computing platform unveiled nine years ago -- is furiously fighting off challengers to its sky supremacy with new products and services, tit-for-tat price cuts and constant innovation.

AWS Lambda Adds Mobile Dev Features

Amazon Web Services moved its AWS Lambda service into full production with new features added for mobile app development.

Desktop Apps Get AWS Makeover

Among numerous announcements at its recent summit, Amazon Web Services beefed up its desktop app services by providing a new marketplace to find apps and a tool to manage them.

Coming Soon: Amazon Elastic File System Storage

Amazon Web Services Inc. announced at its recent summit a new storage option a to work with multiple Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances at the same time.

AWS Simplifies Machine Learning

Amazon Web Services announced a new machine learning service at its summit today, promising to simplify the technology.

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