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AWS intros Auto Scaling service to automate the control of application resources

Amazon Web Services Inc. is making it easier for its customers to optimize applications running on its infrastructure to increase performance or reduce costs with a new service called AWS Auto Scaling. Amazon users will be aware that...Show More Summary

Veeam acquires N2WS, a backup and disaster recovery firm for AWS environments

Veeam Software Inc., a company providing backup, disaster recovery and virtualization management services, says it’s just acquired N2W Software, Inc., which provides a similar set of services specifically for Amazon Web Services Inc.’s public cloud platform. Show More Summary

Amazon bags Comcast as its latest marquee customer

Public cloud giant Amazon Web Services Inc. has bagged itself yet another marquee customer: Comcast Cable, the flagship business subsidiary of cable television provider Comcast Corp. Comcast isn’t exactly a new customer for Amazon, but...Show More Summary

Report: Microsoft gained cloud market share from Amazon last quarter

According to the latest research from KeyBanc analysts, Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform gained market share from Amazon Web Services in the 4th quarter of 2017. In the Q4 2017, AWS had 62 percent market share, down from 68 percent in 2016 while Azure had 20 percent, up from 16 percent last year. Show More Summary

Amazon Reports Spike In US Law Enforcement Requests For User Data

US Government requests for data from Amazon Web Services spiked in the first half of 2017, with Amazon receiving 1,936 requests from the US law enforcement entities. During the latter half of 2016, Amazon received 1,583 requests. More »      

Google found success with Kubernetes, but that’s only part of the story

It’s often a common theme in the tech world that the rich get richer. Amazon, an already successful online merchandiser, starts a cloud business (Amazon Web Service Inc.) that becomes an enterprise colossus. Apple, a household name in...Show More Summary

AWS, Google, and Microsoft promise their clouds are mostly protected from processor flaw

Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google and other cloud providers are informing customers that they may face downtime and performance degradation as the result of a rushed effort to patch critical bugs present in many computer processors. The bugs, known as Spectre and Meltdown, were revealed today following a report from The Register describing them. They’re […]

AWS partners focus on continuous, real-time analytics for cloud security

Last year, Accenture mistakenly allowed four Amazon Web Services Inc. S3 databases containing customer information and confidential application program interface data to be exposed to public download. Fortunately, the exposure was caught...Show More Summary

AWS partners hold their own in next-gen data management, security

The superstore underlying Amazon Web Services Inc.’s Marketplace, is home to 4,200 software listings from 1,300 vendors. As AWS rafts across diverse domains like machine learning and virtual reality, it’s overlapping with Marketplace partners, inevitably competing with them. Show More Summary

Sandboxing and a security stack of enforcement: a multi-layered security approach

When Fortinet Inc. recently announced a broad set of solutions for Amazon Web Services Inc. customers, the latest integrations gave the network security company the largest breadth of security applications within the AWS Marketplace....Show More Summary

Monitoring Amazon Aurora with PMM

In this blog, we’ll look at how to monitor Amazon Aurora using Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM). One impact of the growth of web services such as AWS on DBAs is the need to understand and report on database and application resource usage. DBAs have always had to monitor for performance-related usability issues, which may […]

Red Hat takes different path in app design as enterprise scales out

The year-long embrace of the Kubernetes container orchestration management system across the enterprise culminated in Amazon Web Services Inc.’s announcement last month of its Elastic Container Service for the open-source storage platform. Show More Summary

Richard Busby of AWS: Amazon Web Services Provides Traditional SMBs With Many Tools to Help Them Grow

Richard “Buzzy” Busby talks with Brent Leary about AWS for small business and how your company can use Amazon Web Services to grow.

Data on 123M American households exposed in latest misconfigured AWS storage case

Data on 123 million U.S. household has been found unsecured and open to the public in the latest and possibly biggest case to date of a company failing to secure data on an Amazon Web Services S3 bucket. Like those before, the discovery was made by UpGuard Inc. Show More Summary

Amazon spins a giant roulette wheel every week and whoever's group it lands on needs to do a presentation (AMZN)

As Amazon Web Services, the retailer's massively profitable cloud computing arm, has grown larger, it's become harder to keep a regular weekly meeting running smoothly. And so, AWS turned to The Wheel, which leadership spins to choose...Show More Summary

Amazon’s first AWS cloud region in France officially opens for business

Amazon’s cloud computing arm, Amazon Web Services (AWS), has announced that its first French data center is now officially open for business. The news comes a little more than a year after the cloud computing giant first revealed plans to open a new region in the French capital. AWS now offers server infrastructure in 18 regions (including […]

Amazon Web Services opens its first region in France

Public cloud giant Amazon Web Services Inc. is wrapping up a busy end of year with the opening of a new region in France. The AWS EU (Paris) Region is the company’s fourth region in Europe, alongside existing regions in Germany, Ireland and the U.K. Show More Summary

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