Dozens (hundreds?) of smaller software companies are at AWS Re:invent to preview products that can grease the skids to successful hybrid cloud deployments.
Talko, like many modern day startups, takes advantage of low-cost web services to build a high-value application. The problem is so many services, so little time.
Amazon Web Services, which debuted in 2006, has a huge lead in public cloud. But it’s unclear how long that lead will last, as Microsoft and Google gear up their IaaS efforts.
If you want to win enterprise workloads to your cloud, making it easy for in-house admins to manage their resources from a familiar screen is a good way to start.
Stephen Orban, a former CIO at Dow Jones and a Bloomberg veteran as well, brings an enterprise worldview with him to Amazon Web Services.
Microsoft, Amazon and Google are hosting big cloud events within weeks of each other, starting this month.
Andrew Spyker, who’s already won the vaunted Netflix Cloud Monkey award, liked it so much he’s joining the company as a member of its cloud platform engineering team.
News flash: Amazon and Google start to realize that businesses want more than public cloud.
Why is it that IBM, Paypal and other tech powers turn to a video streaming company for help with technology? There’s a very good reason.
It was pretty much all Amazon all the time last week, although Pivotal, IBM, and Apcera shoehorned some news in as well.