Coming soon to the AWS Marketplace, TIBCO Data Science will reportedly let data scientists share resources and collaborate using Big Data and machine learning capabilities, with data security and governance built in.
Amazon Web Services and virtualization specialist VMware have increased their cooperative ties with the announcement of the upcoming Amazon RDS on VMware.
VMware kicked off its 2018 VMworld conference in Las Vegas on Monday by announcing several enhancements to its VMware Cloud on AWS hybrid offering, which first went live a year ago.
Amazon Web Services announced the next generation of its general-purpose computing instances, which are said to provide better price performance and unlimited bursting by default.
Cloud provider research for years has consistently named Amazon Web Services the overwhelmingly dominant player, doggedly pursued by No. 2 Microsoft Azure. That's still true, but a recent report by analyst firm Canalys says the gap has narrowed.
The Amazon Alexa dev team released an open source extension for the Visual Studio Code editor to help create and deploy Alexa skills.
Amazon Web Services announced the general availability of AWS IoT Device Defender to help organizations follow best practices in securing their Internet of Things devices.
An off-hand remark from a customer resulted in new offerings from Big Switch Networks, which is taking AWS-like networking features to on-premises enterprise clouds, along with brand-new in-cloud products.
Retail giant Amazon.com reported its second quarter earnings on Thursday, and the figures paint a positive picture for Amazon Web Services.
Amazon Web Services is rolling out several improvements to its SageMaker machine learning modeling platform, the company announced last week.
Amazon Web Services is reportedly considering entering the enterprise networking market, a potential move that sent some incumbent stocks lower and generated immediate buzz throughout the industry.
A new report from Synergy Research Group says the Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) cloud platform continues to dominate the increasingly globalized public cloud computing space.
Amazon Web Services announced its Lambda service -- for running programming code without having to provision or manage servers -- now supports .NET Core 2.1, Microsoft's cross-platform, open source implementation of the .NET Framework.
The AWS DeepLens camera device, which features built-in machine learning capabilities, is now available for public sale.
Barely a week after Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes became generally available, Big Data specialist MapR Technologies is supporting the service in its flagship data platform, joining a host of other companies that have quickly jumped on the Amazon EKS bandwagon.
Instana announced it has extended the reach of its performance monitoring tool -- leveraging artificial intelligence -- to include AWS Lambda and many other AWS services.
The Amazon Web Services cloud continues to remain the favorite target of Node.js developers deploying production code, according to a new survey.
Today marks the general availability of Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), letting enterprises run workloads for the popular open source container-orchestration system.
Claiming an industry first in the business analytics service space, Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) announced a pay-per-session pricing model for its QuickSight service.
Reflecting a general industry trend toward more specialized, purpose-built databases, Amazon Web Services has launched Amazon Neptune, a high-performance graph database delivered as a fully managed service.