Amazon Web Services' lead in the cloud market is set to become even more pronounced as it reportedly inks major contracts with SAP and Symantec that are worth a combined $1 billion.
A new managed cloud services provider formed from the merger of three Amazon Web Services partners has emerged this week under the brand "Mission."
Not to be left out of the exploding artificial intelligence/machine learning market, Amazon Web Services has been busy enhancing its SageMaker platform for creating and working with ML models.
AWS is pushing to take its Internet of Things IoT platform global, even to regions where Internet connectivity is spotty or nonexistent.
Amazon Web Services boosted the query time performance of its Aurora relational database service, purpose-built to leverage the benefits of cloud computing.
Now available are Amazon EC2 High Memory instances with 6 TB, 9 TB and 12 TB capacity, while even larger instances -- 18 TB and 24 TB -- will be available next year.
AWS and Salesforce have announced plans to further integrate their services in an effort to "simplify how customers can securely share and synchronize data" across their respective clouds.
Amazon Web Services has put its Storage Gateway -- for connecting on-premises applications to AWS storage services -- into a hardware appliance.
The company announced a guided API Builder to work with its AppSync service, used to build data-driven apps with real-time and offline capabilities.
Amazon Web Services recently announced new support for PowerShell Core 6.0 in its Lambda serverless computing platform.
Amazon Web Services added a new category to its competency program to highlight partners who are recognized for their proficiency in specific areas, in this case, cloud management tools, which includes resource and cost optimization.
Plenty of options are available to help with the migration of systems and data to the Amazon Web Services cloud, with a new tool entering the space from Hystax, targeting any kind of workload.
As they compete on many fronts for cloud computing dominance, both Amazon Web Services and No. 2 provider Microsoft Azure have recently ramped up efforts to woo the government/public sector markets.
Amazon Web Services and virtualization specialist VMware have increased their cooperative ties with the announcement of the upcoming Amazon RDS on VMware.
Coming soon to the AWS Marketplace, TIBCO Data Science will reportedly let data scientists share resources and collaborate using Big Data and machine learning capabilities, with data security and governance built in.
VMware kicked off its 2018 VMworld conference in Las Vegas on Monday by announcing several enhancements to its VMware Cloud on AWS hybrid offering, which first went live a year ago.
Amazon Web Services announced the next generation of its general-purpose computing instances, which are said to provide better price performance and unlimited bursting by default.
Cloud provider research for years has consistently named Amazon Web Services the overwhelmingly dominant player, doggedly pursued by No. 2 Microsoft Azure. That's still true, but a recent report by analyst firm Canalys says the gap has narrowed.
The Amazon Alexa dev team released an open source extension for the Visual Studio Code editor to help create and deploy Alexa skills.
Amazon Web Services announced the general availability of AWS IoT Device Defender to help organizations follow best practices in securing their Internet of Things devices.