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Ryft Puts FPGA-Boosted Analytics on AWS Marketplace

Data analytics firm Ryft on Wednesday made its cloud-based and FPGA-optimized analytics platform available on the AWS Marketplace.

AWS Launches Quick Start for Building Data Lakes in Its Cloud

Amazon Web Services has made it easier for users to organize and analyze large amounts of native data using its infrastructure.

Execs Worried About Getting Left Behind by Cloud Innovation

The vast majority of IT pros and executives are concerned about missing out on emerging technology developments in cloud computing.

AWS Adds Lower-Cost GPU Instance to AppStream 2.0

Users of AppStream 2.0, the application streaming solution from Amazon Web Services, now have a new instance option for graphics-heavy applications.

Amazon S3 Security Gaffe Exposes Thousands of Vets, Intelligence Personnel

The personal data of thousands of U.S. military veterans, law enforcement officers and intelligence personnel was left exposed in an unsecured Amazon Simple Storage Service bucket, researchers reported this weekend.

HPE Acquires Major AWS Partner CTP

HPE said CTP's multicloud and hybrid cloud expertise will complement Pointnext, its cloud consulting and services business that it launched this past March.

AppStream 2.0 Gets AD Integration, Persistent Storage

Amazon Web Services' application streaming service recently got several new improvements, including integration with Microsoft Active Directory (AD) and added user management features.

AWS Launches Elastic GPUs for EC2 Instances

After a nine-month preview period, Amazon Web Services' new bolt-on GPU capability is now generally available.

Tech Partners Jump on VMware-AWS Hybrid Cloud

There's no shortage of early third-party support for VMware Cloud on AWS, the new hybrid cloud solution jointly developed by VMware and Amazon Web Services.

Deadline 10 Launches with AWS Integration

Deadline 10, the latest version of the render-management platform developed by recent Amazon Web Services acquisition Thinkbox Software, is now generally available.

VMware Lays Out Multicloud Vision, with AWS in Forefront

VMware kicked off its annual VMworld conference on Monday with a slew of announcements aimed at spotlighting its multicloud plans, but there's no question that its partnership with Amazon Web Services drew the most attention.

VMware-AWS Hybrid Cloud Solution Goes Live

Joint customers of VMware and Amazon Web Services can now run their on-premises vSphere environments on the AWS cloud with this week's launch of "VMware Cloud on AWS."

'Pure' Public Clouds Found More Secure than Hybrid, Private

Contrary to some widely held expectations, public cloud environments suffer from significantly fewer security attacks than on-premises, private cloud or hybrid cloud environments.

Amazon SES Gets Dedicated IP Pools for Mass E-Mails

Business users of the Amazon Simple Email Service now have a new option for sending mass volumes of e-mails.

AWS Quick Start Now Supports SQL Server 2016

Amazon Web Services this week updated its Quick Start deployment package for Microsoft SQL Server to include support for the latest version of the relational database management platform.

AWS Releases Open Source Visual Studio Tools

Amazon Web Services is now offering open source tools for Microsoft's Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) at no charge.

ClearDATA Hooks More AWS Solutions to Its Health Care Platform

ClearDATA, a provider of managed cloud services specifically for the health care industry, has expanded its platform to include more solutions from Amazon Web Services.

Verizon's Virtual Network Solution Adds AWS Support

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.

Report: AWS the Winner as VMware Workloads Move to Cloud

The vast majority of businesses running VMware environments are planning to move at least part of their environments to the cloud by next year, with Amazon Web Services being the platform of choice for nearly half of them.

Nearly 2 Million Voters Exposed in Latest Amazon S3 Error

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.

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