A new offering on the AWS Marketplace provides a sandbox for users to evaluate the flagship Big Data platform from Cask.
Amazon Web Services spent the first half of this month expanding the global availability of many of its services. The second half was no different.
Amazon Web Services has updated its Java SDK, built on Java 8, which is now out in a new developer preview in order to solicit feedback.
Amazon Web Services this week announced several enhancements to Amazon Connect, its cloud-based call center offering.
Cloudsoft today announced its hybrid cloud application management DevOps tool is now available on the Amazon Web Services cloud platform.
FittedCloud today announced new anomaly detection capabilities in its offerings that optimize costs for various Amazon Web Services cloud products.
Deploying a modern enterprise data warehouse on the Amazon Web Services cloud is now easier with a new Quick Start offering, featuring Amazon Redshift and Tableau Server.
Amazon.com's pending $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods promises to impact not just the grocery and retail industries, but also the cloud computing market.
Amazon Web Services has made generally available an in-memory data cache that boosts the performance of its Amazon DynamoDB NoSQL database service.
Amazon Web Services has enhanced the security of its Amazon WorkSpaces Desktop-as-a-Service solution with new client device screening capabilities.
Amazon Web Services is adding to its already expansive list of cloud datacenter locations with plans to launch a new region in Hong Kong next year.
Telecom giant AT&T took another step in its partnership with Amazon Web Services this week by giving users of its NetBond platform access to solutions hosted on the AWS cloud.
Multiple security reports recently revealed the dangers of cloud computing misconfigurations, resulting in vulnerabilities that have again manifested in the real world as personal information about nearly 200 million voters was left exposed on an Amazon Web Services-hosted S3 bucket.
The Amazon Web Services cloud, a major player in the Big Data space, recently announced a new auto scaling feature for the DynamoDB NoSQL service and the expansion of its Schema Conversion Tool.
In the new Magic Quadrant report from research firm Gartner Inc., Amazon Web Services is plotted off by itself, with only Microsoft joining it in "Leaders" status.
Two more high-profile organizations have joined the roster of customers that have pledged to go "all-in" with Amazon Web Services.
The new competency is designed for Advanced and Premier partners that have good track records of developing AWS-based solutions for schools, educators and students.
With cloud security (or the lack thereof) in the news of late, Tripwire launched a new service to provide critical security controls for hybrid cloud environments that leverage the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Amazon Web Services is preparing to open a new cloud region in the eastern United States that's optimized for government and public sector agencies.
Amazon Web Services has spent the past few weeks expanding its global footprint by making several of its solutions available in new markets.