Salesforce and Amazon Web Services (AWS), close technical partners for the past five years, announced even tighter product integrations this week.
To help developers quickly deploy containerized applications, Amazon Web Services has launched the AWS App Runner managed service.
Six months after its unveiling at the 2020 re:Invent conference, the new Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) Anywhere service is now generally available.
SaaS Boost, a program that helps Amazon Web Services partners deploy their solutions as software-as-a-service applications, has been released to open source.
Dish Network is betting its 5G fortunes on Amazon Web Services, announcing a partnership that would make the AWS cloud the backbone of Dish's emerging 5G network.
The Amazon CodeGuru Reviewer service, which helps developers improve the quality of their code by identifying defects, is now available for Python.
To give organizations better insight into their internal metrics, AWS has launched a tool that uses machine learning to spot and diagnose sudden anomalies in business data.
Continuous integration/continuous delivery company CircleCI is bringing support for Arm architecture to its flagship CI/CD platform using its existing partnership with Amazon Web Services.
Amazon Web Services and Red Hat are making it easier for users of the latter's OpenShift Kubernetes container platform to move and manage their deployments on the AWS cloud.
A new report warns AWS administrators of a potential weakness in the cloud giant's Identity and Access Management (IAM) service that could leave user accounts vulnerable to being hijacked by attackers.
The next leader of Amazon Web Services will be Tableau CEO and former AWS marketing executive Adam Selipsky, the company announced Tuesday.
AWS is making it easier for users to make customizations to their data as it's retrieved from Amazon S3 to be used by other applications.
AWS this week released the first preview of an open source .NET deployment tool for the .NET CLI, aimed at easing the process of deploying .NET Web applications on its cloud.
The new Fault Injection Simulator from AWS is now generally available, letting users actively run tests against their applications to detect potential weaknesses.
Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant report on cloud AI developer services finds former leader Amazon Web Services falling behind competitors Microsoft, Google and IBM.
Multicloud and hybrid cloud implementations are the rage among organizations worldwide, according to a recent report by Flexera, which also noted a narrowing gap between cloud leader AWS and runner-up Azure.
Government customers of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure can now access solutions from the JFrog DevOps Platform from their respective app marketplaces.
Databricks announced a new partnership with Google Cloud to enable the deployment of its namesake data engineering solution on another leading cloud platform.
A new version of AWS Amplify has been released with support for the Google Flutter software development kit.
Spending on cloud infrastructure services accelerated dramatically in the end of 2020, driven by pandemic-related business adjustments and the growing influence of channel partners.