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SAS Grid Gets Its Own Quick Start on AWS

Amazon Web Services this week added another tome to its library of Quick Start deployment services: SAS Grid computing environments.

AWS Cloud Monitoring Gets Closer to Actual 'Real Time'

Amazon Web Services customers can now gather metrics from their cloud-based applications and resources in second-long intervals.

Report: AWS Market Share Is Triple Azure's

Despite its slowing growth, Amazon Web Services' dominance over the cloud infrastructure services field remains unchanged.

Rackspace Doubles Down on AWS Partnership

Managed cloud services provider Rackspace is beefing up its arsenal of services aimed at moving customers to Amazon Web Services.

Security, Vendor Lock-In Top Public Cloud Concerns

A recent study by Stratoscale identifies the biggest deterrents to public cloud adoption among enterprises.

AWS Rakes in $4 Billion Despite Signs of Slowdown

Amazon Web Services reached another earnings high on Thursday, with the release of's second quarter earnings report.

AWS Gives Its App Streaming Service a GPU Boost

Amazon Web Services users can now stream even their most graphics-intensive desktop applications to their customers' browsers, thanks to a recent update to the AWS AppStream 2.0 service.

GoDaddy Discontinues Its AWS Alternative

Web hoster GoDaddy is shuttering its Cloud Servers operation, which it launched last year as a small-business-friendly alternative to Amazon Web Services.

Cloud Kickstart for AWS: Up and Running in 6 Weeks

Cloud Technology Partners says its new kickstart offering can cut the onramp time to cloud-hosted enterprise IT operations from one year to just six weeks.

AWS to Users: Secure Your S3 Buckets

Amazon Web Services has taken to warning customers to secure their S3 storage buckets in the wake of several reports of confidential information being exposed on wide-open data stores.

AWS Launches Serverless React Starter Kit

It simplifies the creation of a React JavaScript Web app in order to showcase recent improvements to the AWS Mobile Hub that serves as a back-end for Web and mobile projects.

AWS Takes Lambda to the Edge

Lambda@Edge replicates serverless computing functions around the world so they can more quickly respond to events.

Yet Another Misconfigured Amazon S3 Bucket Exposes Dow Jones Customer Data

In the third such report within a month, Security firm UpGuard has found yet another unprotected S3 storage bucket on the AWS cloud, this one exposing personal data of millions of Dow Jones & Company customers.

Robin Systems Puts Free Community, Developer Big Data Wares on AWS

Leveraging container technology and software-defined storage, the company launches free community and developer editions of its Big Data and database "as-a-service" offerings on the AWS cloud.

Viptela Connects Branch Networks to Cloud

Viptela launched a new Cloud onRamp service to extend its networking fabric from branch networks to the Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure cloud platforms.

AWS Launches Next-Generation GPU Instances

Amazon Web Services this week unveiled a new Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instance family designed for graphics-intensive workloads.

Another Wide-Open Amazon S3 Bucket Exposes Verizon Customer Account Data

Security firm UpGuard is at it again, finding another misconfigured file repository on the Amazon Web Services cloud, this one exposing Verizon customer account data.

AWS Coding Tools Now Support .NET Core

Amazon Web Services announced two services for developing, building and deploying cloud applications -- AWS CodeStar and AWS CodeBuild -- now support .NET Core.

Looking to Learn AWS Development? Watch It Live!

Once the sole province of gamers, the live streaming service Twitch.TV is increasingly being used to teach enterprise software development, with Amazon Web Services at the forefront of the movement.

Study Shows Confusion over Cloud Security Responsibilities

Amid well-publicized vulnerabilities in the cloud, there still persists confusion about who exactly is responsible for security: vendors or users.

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