Veeam Software this week announced its plan to acquire N2WS, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service data protection provider with close ties to Amazon Web Services.
The company specializes in helping organizations create low-code business process management and digital transformation software, offering an open source version of its platform.
LinkedIn published its list of the most in-demand skills heading into 2018, with Cloud and Distributed Computing topping the list.
Amazon Web Services Inc. unveiled a developer preview of its new AWS SDK for Go 2.0.
There's now a Quick Start for using Couchbase, the popular document-oriented NoSQL database, on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
News this week of a widespread PC processor vulnerability has prompted the industry's top cloud providers to issue assurances to their customers.
Amazon Web Services has officially opened its newest cloud region in France, an expansion of its European infrastructure over two years in the making.
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Worldwide server revenue went up by 16 percent in the third quarter due to strong demand for cloud services, according to recent data from Gartner.
Amazon Web Services on Wednesday took the wraps off the next version release of its Linux server operating system.
The new Ningxia region is AWS' 17th worldwide and its seventh in the Asia Pacific area.
A recent study by migration analytics firm TSO Logic tries to pin down exactly why and how most organizations end up overpaying for cloud services.
Amazon Web Services this week rolled out a new Single Sign-On service that integrates with Microsoft Active Directory, as well as popular business applications like Microsoft Office 365.
Interest in both Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure is skyrocketing among job seekers and employers alike.
Customers can now use the Amazon Web Services Server Migration Service to move their Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines to the cloud.
Nearly lost in the barrage of re:Invent announcements was the raft of high-profile customers that are placing their bets on AWS' platform to power their operations.
Over one year after purchasing startup Cloud9, Amazon Web Services has released a new browser-based IDE of the same name.
For the second time in less than two weeks, security researchers at UpGuard have reported the leak of highly classified U.S. military data left on unsecured Amazon S3 storage buckets.
As re:Invent 2017 draws to a close, here's a roundup of all the news that was fit to post from the annual mega-conference.