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AWS improves network efficiencies with new offerings
Announced at AWS re:INVENT, the offerings are designed to speed up inter-instance communication, and application performance and availability.
AWS boosts power, lowers costs with new EC2 instances
At AWS re:INVENT the company announced the availability of three new instances that can reduce workload cost and run bigger workloads, faster.
Sony Pictures & Spider-Man bring mobile web AR to fans
This mobile web experience that allows users to jump directly into Spider-Man’s AR world on any smartphone without the need for an app.
AWS simplifies data collection from IoT & edge devices
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced four new services that will simplify the collection of data from internet of things (IoT) applications and edge devices.
AWS RoboMaker supports future of robotics development
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is venturing deeper in the world of robotics services for developers with the launch of AWS RoboMaker.
Gallery: A tour of the floor at the Red Hat Forum Sydney
Delloite, AWS, Juniper, and more were on display in Sydney to demonstrate and explain how they are helping to move the opensource community forward.
AWS tops all four global markets, APAC a unique case
The order of proceedings remains relatively the same in three of the four major regions for public cloud services providers, but the APAC market is bolstered by the prominence of China.
Pure Storage launches new cloud data services
“Customers should be able to make infrastructure choices based on what’s best for their environment, not constrained by what the technology can do."
Exclusive: Strengths and limitations of the AWS/Cisco partnership
Iguazio CEO Yaron Haviv discusses whether the partnership really is a 'match made in heaven' and what it means for the industry.
Google Cloud CEO stepping down to welcome ex-Oracle exec
Google Cloud has grown significantly under Greene's tenure, but has involved tens of billions of dollars and little gains on AWS and Azure.
Deloitte bolsters AWS offerings with CloudinIT
“By joining forces we can help even more organisations adopt cloud technologies and put their customers at the heart of their digital agendas.”
Exclusive: How the separation of Amazon and AWS could affect the cloud market
"Amazon Web Services is one of the rare companies that can be a market leader but remain ruthlessly innovative and agile."
14 milestones Workday has achieved in 2018
We look into the key achievements of business software vendor Workday this year
Workday customers start deployments to AWS infrastructure
Business software vendor Workday has turned it's previously announced AWS partnership into a reality.
Eccellente! AWS building new data centres in Italy
The new infrastructure region is expected to be complete in early 2020 to enable customers to run workloads and store data in Italy with even lower latency.
Cisco and AWS collaborate for hybrid cloud platform
News has emerged of more data centre giants forging public cloud partnerships.
Informatica releases its next-generation iPaaS in APAC
Enterprises in APAC can now leverage Informatica’s iPaaS, which delivers a secure microservices-based solution.
How Kiwi businesses can embrace a mobile workforce
As an early adopter of Amazon Web Services, Suncorp uses the public cloud to manage many applications and services central to its business.
Intel who? AWS opts with AMD chips for cost-savings
AMD shares surged about four percent after the announcement that Amazon Web Services (AWS) would be employing its services.
VMware Cloud on AWS steps on the gas for global expansion
VMware Cloud on AWS has accelerated its global expansion - instead of one new AWS site per quarter, they're launching three new regions this month.
Analysts say AWS dominance forced IBM’s Red Hat acquisition
The largest software acquisition in history "shows how even the biggest beasts in tech are having to adapt to the Cloud computing world."
Tensions between China and US causing cloud war
Ongoing trade tensions between China and the US are having a significant impact on the cloud service providers market.
Big 5 cloud providers tighten stranglehold on market
While the market is seeing strong growth, it's coming at the expense of small-to-medium sized cloud operators.
Oracle’s Ellison calls out Amazon with next-gen cloud
Larry Ellison claims the rest of the cloud market is based on decade old technology with poor security, comparing Oracle's new offering with Amazon.