In its seventh annual cloud computing report, RightScale confirmed findings of many similar studies: Microsoft's Azure platform is gaining ground on Amazon Web Services, but there's a lot more ground left to make up.
In one of its most ambitious infrastructure projects to date, Oracle this week announced plans to quadruple its current cloud footprint by building 12 new datacenters across Asia, Europe and the Americas.
Freelancing specialist Upwork has published a new index tracking the most-wanted skills sought by organizations, with the Amazon DynamoDB NoSQL database service seeing a surge in demand.
Amazon Web Services -- the subject of multiple data exposure reports recently -- has beefed up the security of its Amazon DynamoDB NoSQL database service by adding encryption at rest functionality.
Amazon Web Services this week announced easier Internet of Things device connection enabled by new TLS client authentication functionality.
Synergy Research Group published cloud computing market share data that for the first time shows Alibaba edging its way into the top group of providers, long and widely led by Amazon Web Services.
VMware is previewing a new appliance that brings analytics, serverless computing and even machine learning intelligence to Internet of Things edge devices.
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.
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.
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.
Amazon Web Services has snapped up a security software firm with close ties to the U.S. National Security Agency.
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.
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.
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 Software this week announced its plan to acquire N2WS, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service data protection provider with close ties to Amazon Web Services.
The company specializes in helping organizations create low-code business process management and digital transformation software, offering an open source version of its platform.
LinkedIn published its list of the most in-demand skills heading into 2018, with Cloud and Distributed Computing topping the list.
Amazon Web Services Inc. unveiled a developer preview of its new AWS SDK for Go 2.0.
There's now a Quick Start for using Couchbase, the popular document-oriented NoSQL database, on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
News this week of a widespread PC processor vulnerability has prompted the industry's top cloud providers to issue assurances to their customers.