The Amazon cloud continues to announce new data-related services, products and updates. Here's a capsule summation of recent data-themed news, all published within the last week.
Synergy Research Group's latest report tracking the cloud computing market again shows Amazon Web Services outpaced the market in terms of growth, though the "chasing pack" has gained market share.
Amazon Web Services announced a new generation of storage-optimized computing instances designed for I/O intensive workloads.
Amazon Managed Blockchain is a fully managed service designed to help users create and manage scalable blockchain networks using the open source framework Hyperledger Fabric. Support for another popular blockchain framework, Ethereum, is coming.
Cologix announced a new platform that leverages software-defined networking to ease enterprise connectivity to cloud platforms, including AWS.
Cloud giant Amazon Web Services (AWS) released its first-quarter earnings for fiscal 2019 on Thursday, reporting $7.7 billion in revenue for the period-ended March 31, just surpassing analysts' expectations.
Amazon Web Services is offering to help organizations migrate their applications and workloads from Microsoft's Azure cloud to the Amazon cloud.
It's now easier to manage Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 data using Microsoft's AzCopy tool, which is currently in preview, the company announced this week.
Yet another software-defined networking vendor -- ADARA Networks -- has taken its SD-WAN wares to the Amazon Web Services cloud platform, in this case with the paramount promise of reducing network latency.
Networking kingpin Cisco Systems announced a new solution that extends its software-defined networking technology from on-premises datacenters to the Amazon Web Services cloud platform.
The Amazon Web Services cloud platform didn't fare as well in the new 2019 Stack Overflow Developer Survey as it did in last year's report, dropping down a notch in the "most loved" platform category and others.
The AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio has been updated to support most of the new features coming in Visual Studio 2019, the latest edition of the popular Microsoft IDE that will be released tomorrow.
AWS unveiled a new service to simplify the process of deploying deep learning workloads to the cloud.
Continuing to support Microsoft's .NET Core initiative, Amazon Web Services this week opened up more .NET Core options for working with AWS Lambda, a service that facilitates serverless, event-driven computing.
Amazon Web Services has bolstered its QuickSight business intelligence service with machine learning functionality designed to discern hard-to-find business insights undiscoverable with many BI dashboard solutions.
With the launch of Open Distro for Elasticsearch, Amazon Web Services addressed the controversy between cloud operators and the creators of open source projects whose code is used in cloud for-pay services.
A new cloud comparison tool joins others that provide at-a-glance tables and links to help decision-makers evaluate and compare myriad services from the major platforms offered by AWS, Google, IBM and Microsoft.
With businesses struggling to wrangle their cloud spending, AWS partner Cloudability, along with other founding members of a newly launched industry association, is turning the spotlight on the concept of FinOps.
It's becoming more of a two-horse race in the cloud computing arena, as a new RightScale State of the Cloud report reinforces other studies that show Amazon Web Services dwarfing competitors in market share, though No. 2 Microsoft Azure is narrowing the gap.
Serverless management startup TriggerMesh has open sourced a tool that leverages Amazon Web Services events services to trigger serverless functions that run in Kubernetes-based implementations.