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What to expect from the AWS Summit: Can Amazon Web Services move into the data center?

Amazon Web Services dominates the public cloud computing market, but it doesn’t yet have a solution for customers that want the economics and versatility of clouds in their private data centers. On Wednesday at its AWS Summit in San Francisco, the company is expected to offer some insights into how AWS and its partners aim to take the […] The post What to expect from the AWS Summit: Can Amazon Web Services move into the data center? appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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