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Report: AWS Mulls Entering Enterprise Networking Space

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.

Research: Amid Public Cloud Globalization, AWS Dominates Market

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.

AWS Lambda Adds .NET Core 2.1 Support

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.

AWS Releases Its DeepLens AI Camera to U.S. Devs

The AWS DeepLens camera device, which features built-in machine learning capabilities, is now available for public sale.

MapR Big Data Platform Jumps on Amazon EKS (Kubernetes) Bandwagon

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.

New AWS Lambda Monitoring Tool Leverages Artificial Intelligence

Instana announced it has extended the reach of its performance monitoring tool -- leveraging artificial intelligence -- to include AWS Lambda and many other AWS services.

Node.js Survey: AWS Cloud Remains Favorite Deployment Target

The Amazon Web Services cloud continues to remain the favorite target of Node.js developers deploying production code, according to a new survey.

Amazon EKS for Cloud Kubernetes Workloads Hits General Availability

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.

Amazon Neptune Graph Database Launched in AWS Cloud

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.

AWS Claims First-Ever Pay-Per-Session BI Pricing for QuickSight

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.

AWS CodeBuild Adds Windows Server Support

AWS CodeBuild, a fully managed project build service that provides ready-to-deploy software packages for building and testing code on popular platforms, has added Windows Server to the mix.

Lumberyard Game Engine Beta Adds 200-Plus Features

Continuing to court the game development market, Amazon Web Services boosted its Lumberyard offering with a new beta that adds more than 200 new features.

AWS Releases EC2 Bare-Metal Instances

AWS has announced the general availability of its EC2 bare-metal instances, nearly six months after unveiling the technology as a preview at the 2017 re:Invent conference.

How a Cloud Backup Startup Aims To Cut Wasted Storage

A new player in the crowded cloud backup space, Aparavi this week unveiled a solution called Active Archive that's aimed at the second-generation of cloud storage customers.

Amazon's 3-D Developer Platform, Sumerian, Exits Preview

Amazon Web Services is making it easier for developers to dip their toes in 3-D modeling.

Little Overlap in N2WS, Veeam Buyers, Even at the Same Customer

Executives from Veeam Software are surprisingly excited that Amazon Web Services administrators haven't heard of their company.

Verizon Media Subsidiary Oath Chooses AWS Cloud

AWS announced another big customer win as Oath, a digital/media subsidiary of Verizon, named the Amazon platform as its preferred public cloud provider.

JetStream Helps Move VMware Workloads to AWS Cloud

JetStream Software announced a new offering to help enterprises running VMware on the Amazon Web Services platform migrate their virtualized workloads from on-premises datacenters to the cloud.

AWS Is Top Choice for IoT Development, Survey Says

The AWS cloud is the top choice for Internet of Things development, according to a new survey that shows growth for No. 2 Microsoft Azure but notes Google Cloud Platform is faltering.

AWS IoT Analytics Emerges from Preview

AWS IoT Analytics is a fully managed service enabling simple and sophisticated analytics on massive volumes of data from sensors and other IoT-connected devices.

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