Despite taking some hits this past quarter -- primarily in the form of losing the coveted JEDI government cloud contract to rival Microsoft Azure -- AWS has exceeded Wall Street expectations in its most recent financial quarter.
Originally expected to launch last year, the IoT network developed by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and satellite network provider Iridium finally became live in late January.
Microsoft's Azure cloud platform has made recent inroads against competitors Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in terms of job availability and interest.
AWS is expanding its ever-growing infrastructure footprint, announcing plans this week to turn an existing "local" region in Osaka, Japan, into a full-blown cloud region, complete with three availability zones, sometime next year.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) this week announced a significant price reduction -- about 80 percent -- in its CloudEndure disaster recovery service, which it acquired a year ago.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has added a trio of new features to its managed backup service, which turns 1 year old this week.
AutoGluon is the latest to join the growing roster of AWS products aimed at making machine learning -- specifically deep learning -- more accessible to developers with little experience in that area.
An "urgent & important" announcement from AWS this week is urging users of AWS database services to update their existing SSL/TLS certificates or risk losing connectivity.
AWS and its partners showcased the ways in which the cloud provider's IoT and AI offerings are creating new opportunities for software makers, particularly in the automotive space.
The price/performance gap between Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the other top cloud computing vendors, particularly Google Cloud Platform (GCP), is shrinking.
After indicating last month that it would challenge the U.S. Department of Defense's process for awarding the massive contract to Microsoft, Amazon has formally filed suit.
Amazon Web Services has unveiled the Amazon Builders’ Library, a collection of articles and resources that explain the technical details about how the company builds and runs its business, specifically the software.
A new research report found that SQL Server runs faster on Micrososft's Azure cloud than on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform.
Amazon has unveiled SageMaker Autopilot, a new tool for its SageMaker machine learning platform that the company says can boost machine learning projects by automating tasks such as data preprocessing, training parameters and classification.
Amazon Braket, a new managed service for quantum computing on the AWS cloud, was announced by Amazon Web Services during its re:Invent conference.
Amazon Web Services announced Amazon Detective, a new security service that uses machine learning and other technology to improve sleuthing.
Support for .NET and Java, two of the most popular development approaches, is now generally available in the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK), according to an announcement last week by Amazon Web Services.
Amazon Web Service has designed a new datacenter processor that will be at least 20 percent faster than its predecessor, sources told Reuters last week.
ThousandEyes has published cloud performance research that cites AWS's reliance on the public Internet -- rather than its own backbone network -- as contributing to operational risks that can impact performance predictability.
Amazon Web Services has been busy updating its AWS CloudFormation service, used for describing and provisioning infrastructure resources for cloud environments.