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Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife uses AWS to save taxpayers money | #reinvent

More government agencies are using Amazon.com, Inc.’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) to get more done while their budgets remain stagnant. Aaron Hughes, systems architect at the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, says that his organization has been using … Continue reading ?

Amazon strategy emphasizes ease of use and ecosystem partners | #reinvent

“Our customers don’t win unless the ecosystem wins,” said Terry Wise, Director of Worldwide Partner Ecosystem at Amazon.com, Inc.’s Amazon Web Services (AWS). This realization, he said, has lead to a “tweaking” of the AWS strategy. Their current objectives include: … Continue reading ?

The new Raspberry Pi A+ is here: smarter, smaller and cheaper

For sale in 2012 at a price of only $35, the Raspberry Pi revolutionized the world of low-cost Linux-based developer platforms. Since then the vendor, Adafruit Industries, has sold more than four million, a figure that displays the success of the project. The … Continue reading ?

GitHub boosts its enterprise business edition with AWS support

The goal of GitHub is to do almost everything possible for developers such as hosting code, managing tasks, authentication, and finally providing a space to test, analyze, and host and display production results. The code repository has been a mainstay of … Continue reading ?

Splunk embraces AWS, continues to offer hybrid alternatives | #reinvent

As more customers begin to migrate production workloads to the Amazon.com, Inc.’s Amazon Web Service (AWS) cloud, Splunk seeks to provide customers with “service assurance,” said Splunk, Inc. SVP and GM of Cloud, Marc Olesen. Splunk aims to “be where … Continue reading ?

Oculus VR announces Mobile SDK and the Gear VR headset at $199

Oculus VR has just gone live with the mobile SDK aimed at bringing developers to the Samsung Gear VR–a mobile device that is essentially someone strapping a Galaxy Note 4 to their face. The mobile SDK represents a year of … Continue reading ?

Smart parking, solar bike path launch in Europe

This week’s Smart City roundup looks at expected annual revenues of wireless control systems for smart buildings, another city implementing smart parking technology, and the opening of a solar highway in the Netherlands.  . The promise of wireless smart tech   … Continue reading ?

Unified snags theCUBE alumnus Shawn Douglass as CTO

Cloud-based marketing specialist Unified Inc. scored a major strategic victory this week after hiring long-time enterprise technologist Shawn Douglass to lead its product strategy. In his new role, the industry veteran will focus on leveling the playing field for traditional … Continue reading ?

NetApp brings its storage OS and backup service to AWS in hybrid cloud push

NetApp Inc. is bringing two of its most strategic software solutions to Amazon Web Services (AWS) in hopes of tapping into the cloud juggernaut’s growing enterprise momentum. The move comes amid faltering demand for the storage vendor’s traditional arrays, which … Continue reading ?

Why this oil company chose AWS to monitor pipeline integrity | #reinvent

Monitoring the state of oil pipelines built far from metropolitan areas is no small task, but the Willbros Group, Inc. tackles it with help from Amazon.com, Inc.’s Amazon Web Services (AWS). Jason Cradit, VP of Information Systems at the Willbros … Continue reading ?

Check out Facebook’s ridiculously easy privacy tutorials

Facebook Inc. has been around for years and gained millions of users, but despite how very popular the social networking service is, many of its users still have trouble navigating Facebook’s myriad of privacy settings. While the public nature of social networking … Continue reading ?

Check out Facebook’s ridiculously easy privacy turorials

Facebook Inc. has been around for years and gained millions of users, but despite how very popular the social networking service is, many of its users still have trouble navigating Facebook’s myriad of privacy settings. While the public nature of social networking … Continue reading ?

Chinese hackers took out the NOAA’s weather satellites

Chinese hackers have been blamed for an attack on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) weather forecasting systems, which caused a multi-day data outage when the agency reacted to the breach in October. The NOAA, which is the parent … Continue reading ?

Analysts dissect Dell’s reinvention |#DellWorld

With the start of Dell World 2014, theCUBE hosts Dave Vellante and Stu Miniman discuss where Dell Inc. have come from and what they have achieved since becoming a private company. Since 2008, Dell’s been transforming their company, including setting out … Continue reading ?

Amazon flexes its enterprise muscles in second leg of re:Invent 2014

After dedicating the first part of its cloud conference to partners, Amazon.com Inc. is turning the spotlight back inward with a bevy of new services that narrow the management gap with on-premise environments. The retail giant is executing its latest … Continue reading ?

How to use Facebook’s new ‘Say Thanks’ videos

Just in time for the holiday season, Facebook Inc. has released a new custom video feature that allows users to send a personalized thank-you to their friends and family. The videos take photos and Facebook posts to create a slideshow … Continue reading ?

Warlords of Draenor launch a success despite a few hiccups

In the 10 years since its launch, Blizzard Entertainment’s World of Warcraft has been without a doubt the most successful MMO game to date, and today marks the launch of its fifth expansion: Warlords of Draenor. Although the MMO giant has … Continue reading ?

Facebook introduces personalized ‘Say Thanks’ videos

Just in time for the holiday season, Facebook has released a new custom video feature that allows users to send a personalized thank-you to their friends and family. The videos take photos and Facebook posts to create a slideshow of … Continue reading ?

AWS launches Aurora relational database in the cloud

Amazon Web Services Inc., has just taken a shot at rival Oracle Corp., with the release of a new, cloud-based relational database service that it claims will deliver better performance at a fraction of the cost of on-premises installations. Called … Continue reading ?

Android Lollipop now rolling out to Nexus devices –check if yours is on the list

Nine days ago Google announced it was rolling out Lollipop to Nexus devices. Now, finally, it has arrived. A tweet on the official Android Twitter account, announced that Lollipop will soon be available on most Nexus devices. The official Nexus … Continue reading ?

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