- June 26, 2015
The NSA is about to move some of its IT infrastructure to AWS as it seeks ways to increase efficiency and security and to analyze vast amounts of data.
- June 26, 2015
Docker and other container options are gaining popularity. And AWS is diving into the technology, possibly with an eye on native containerization.
- June 25, 2015
Healthcare.gov's move to AWS made a world of difference, and now other federal agencies hope to ditch antiquated IT systems for cloud services.
- June 24, 2015
Amazon services produce an avalanche of log data. How can IT pros sort that data into actionable information?
- June 23, 2015
A new AWS T2.large instance boosts support for testing apps that need more performance, but IT pros cite several reasons the T2.large isn't for use in production.
Sponsored by CloudHealth - As enterprises continue to add new use cases and workloads to their cloud portfolio, the stakes keep rising for potential governance speed bumps. Business users and IT professionals alike are now using the cloud for everything from compliance and security to cloud-native application development and infrastructure optimization. But this makes policy management more difficult, time consuming and costly, especially with so many cloud services being purchased and deployed outside the scope, visibility and control of a centralized IT operations group. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Now is the time to fully embrace SAP modernization. There is simply too much value in the data contained within SAP applications for any enterprise to risk missing out on potential digital transformation opportunities. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Every enterprise has dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of applications developed through traditional methodologies. Whether those applications were created by internal developers or purchased off the shelf from software publishers, it’s highly likely they were built and deployed using tools and processes that have been around for years. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Enterprise IT decision-makers predict that more than 40% of their workloads will be running on public cloud platforms by 2020. The question is not whether to move apps to the public cloud; it is more about which apps to move and how to move them without risk. See More
- June 23, 2015
Amazon Elastic MapReduce has embraced Apache Spark, reflecting an industry shift around big data analytics.
- June 16, 2015
Will Lambda change the face of cloud computing as we know it? Some IT pros think so as they weigh its uses and how it compares to containers.
- June 15, 2015
Amazon has issued a transparency report about legal requests it has received, but the report raises more questions than it answers for AWS shops.
- June 12, 2015
New AWS instances will mean cost savings for IT pros, even if they don't purchase instances from the new M4 line.
- June 11, 2015
AWS officials discussed the features customers can expect at the launch of AWS EFS, as well as what's still on the roadmap.
- June 09, 2015
A second environmental group mounts a campaign and shareholders ask for more facts as AWS trades public criticisms with Greenpeace.
- June 05, 2015
Amazon says 40% of the power used by its global infrastructure will come from renewable energy sources by the end of 2016, but customers want details.
- June 03, 2015
Amazon's database as a service convinced a large Rackspace customer to move all its servers to EC2.
- June 01, 2015
An AWS early adopter branched out into Azure and OpenStack while avoiding "sticky" shared services and incorporating open source automation tools.
- May 08, 2015
An AWS shop turned to a product from an AWS premier partner to collect, correlate and manage the data produced by native Amazon tools.