Enterprise customers of Amazon Web Services can now take advantage of Verizon's software-defined networking (SDN) technologies to bring the scalability they need for their operations.
Amazon Web Services this week added another layer of security for customers using its Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) alongside its DynamoDB database solution.
Researchers this week discovered that personal data of over 1.8 million Chicago voters had been left exposed in a misconfigured Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) bucket.
Barracuda this week announced that its customers and partners can now leverage the Amazon Web Services cloud as one of their options for data replication.
Machine data company Splunk is putting its analytics expertise to work in the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Cloud security firm Lacework is giving Amazon Web Services administrators some help with monitoring their accounts.
A new offering from security software giant McAfee is designed specifically to protect workloads in the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Microsoft this week gained some leverage against its closest public cloud competitors in the high-performance computing (HPC) space.
Amazon Web Services on Monday rolled out several enhancements designed to mitigate potential security weaknesses in its cloud.
Amazon Web Services put a spotlight on enterprise cloud migrations at its AWS Summit event in New York City on Monday.
A new Amazon Web Services solution promises to reduce the time it takes an organization to sort through its data for analytics projects.
It's now easier for developers to customize the sign-in experiences in their mobile applications using Amazon Cognito.
Amazon Web Services on Thursday announced the public preview of Deadline 10, the next version of a render management platform developed by Thinkbox Software, which AWS acquired earlier this year.
Amazon Web Services customers in New York and London now have more options for establishing direct and secure connections to the cloud.
Amazon Web Services this week announced it has joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), underscoring its support for open source and cloud-native technologies.
It's no secret that cloud mega-providers Amazon Web Services and Microsoft have been spending the past few years significantly expanding their footprints outside of the United States.
Amazon Web Services this week added another tome to its library of Quick Start deployment services: SAS Grid computing environments.
Amazon Web Services customers can now gather metrics from their cloud-based applications and resources in second-long intervals.
Managed cloud services provider Rackspace is beefing up its arsenal of services aimed at moving customers to Amazon Web Services.
Despite its slowing growth, Amazon Web Services' dominance over the cloud infrastructure services field remains unchanged.