Two inaugural offerings in a new category of services from Cloud Technology Partners help AWS customers manage cloud compliance and control costs.
Unveiled at its AWS Summit event in San Francisco last week, CodeStar is Amazon Web Services' new solution for building and deploying applications on the AWS cloud.
Hacker News readers are asked about the definition of DevOps and its fate in light of the AWS ascension.
A month after announcing a free tier for the MongoDB Atlas service hosted on the Amazon Web Services cloud, MongoDB Inc. has updated the offering with a new live migration capability and several other improvements.
Werner Vogels, Amazon.com CTO, announced a raft of new services that are both in preview and generally available.
Amazon Web Services announced that Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. has chosen it to provide cloud infrastructure, following a report yesterday that The New York Times will also throw more business its way after closing some leased datacenters.
An analysis of Amazon Web Services cloud usage by Threat Stack revealed widespread critical security misconfigurations in nearly three-quarters of more than 200 surveyed organizations.
New capabilities in company's Observable Cloud service are aimed at helping users recognize and understand behavioral anomalies.
Synergy Research Group published a new report detailing the rise of hyperscale operators, who are grabbing up cloud market share at an increasing rate, led by Amazon Web Services.
The promise of higher revenues and lower maintenance costs is prompting many Amazon Web Services customers to increase their cloud spending by as much as 30 percent.
Company will live stream keynote from Amazon CTO, fireside chat from AWS CEO.
Big Data company Databricks launched a new edition of its Apache Spark-based platform -- specially tuned for data engineers -- on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Amazon Web Services is now helping users migrate NoSQL databases to its cloud, adding functionality to its tool previously used only for relational databases and data warehouses.
Ubuntu Linux, the most popular platform used on the Amazon Web Services cloud, now performs better, according to its distributor, Canonical.
A recent report by 451 Research paints a rosy picture of the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market, at least when it comes to how enterprises perceive vendors' abilities to deliver on their promises.
The writing has been on the wall for some time for up-and-coming Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) vendors, but new research from analyst firm Gartner Inc. underscores it.
CTERA Networks' on-demand data protection service is now available on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
VMware's recent partnership with Amazon Web Services on public cloud appears to have opened the door for the sale of its own competing platform.
Cloud security is a bit of a mess in many organizations, according to a new report from AlienVault, which provided tips specifically for Amazon Web Services users to help alleviate the situation.
Amazon Web Services' European expansion continues apace, with the company announcing the planned launch of a new region in Stockholm, Sweden, next year.