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  • August 30, 2018 30 Aug'18

    AWS balances GA of Aurora Serverless with new instance types

    AWS updates in August include general availability of Amazon Aurora Serverless for MySQL, more instance types, continued progress into serverless territory, and deeper ties to VMware on premises ...

  • August 28, 2018 28 Aug'18

    Amazon RDS on VMware extends cloud database on site

    The latest expansion of the VMware-AWS partnership, centered on RDS, suggests a growing interest from the public cloud giant to extend its reach into enterprise data centers.

  • August 27, 2018 27 Aug'18

    VMware Cloud on AWS ups its appeal to legacy shops

    The latest version of VMware's joint hybrid cloud offering with AWS emphasizes faster and more seamless migrations for legacy apps on their way to the cloud.

  • August 03, 2018 03 Aug'18

    AWS cloud features offer network, performance improvements

    As is often the case, AWS' yearly Summit in New York provided the scene for some additional features and functionality. While AWS cloud features are unveiled regularly, the free-to-attend ...

  • July 25, 2018 25 Jul'18

    AWS managed Kubernetes service intrigues, vexes IT pros

    Amazon EKS generated curiosity among attendees at the AWS Summit in New York. But AWS' long-term container plans could change and alter how it packages the service to users.

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  • July 19, 2018 19 Jul'18

    Matt Wood talks AWS' AI platform, ethical use

    AWS' AI tools have gained traction with users but also criticism from civil rights advocates. Matt Wood, an AWS deep learning and AI exec, discusses AWS' evolving portfolio.

  • July 17, 2018 17 Jul'18

    AWS Snowball Edge extends EC2 on premises

    AWS Snowball portable data transfer devices gain EC2 functionality, as the public cloud vendor seeks more ways for customers to use these boxes in their private facilities.

  • June 29, 2018 29 Jun'18

    VMware-AWS service bubbles into new markets

    With the VMware-AWS partnership, some customers were either reluctant or unable to use earlier versions of the service. Now, with the passage of time and corresponding product maturity, customers ...

  • May 31, 2018 31 May'18

    Bare-metal instances augment AWS' IaaS options

    Infrastructure was AWS' focus in May, as the cloud provider made good on several of its promises with features that provide more diverse compute options -- including some that directly challenge ...

  • May 25, 2018 25 May'18

    Amazon Aurora backtrack: A time-travel weapon of last resort

    AWS added a feature to its fastest-growing service that provides more granular response to catastrophic failures and faster recovery -- just hope you never need to use it.

  • May 16, 2018 16 May'18

    EC2 features geared toward modest enterprise adoption

    AWS infrastructure services now offer more VM control, licensing flexibility and a price cut -- all part of its plan to lure coveted enterprise customers.

  • April 30, 2018 30 Apr'18

    AWS Lambda features rev Node.js support

    Breathe easier, serverless application developers -- your lengthy wait is over, with AWS Lambda's added support for a newer Node.js runtime After a year's wait, AWS developers can now use Node.js ...

  • April 27, 2018 27 Apr'18

    AWS blockchain template a response to market demand

    AWS was lukewarm on blockchain until recently, but customer demand might have pushed the cloud provider to change its tune and offer some entry-level templates.

  • April 17, 2018 17 Apr'18

    Three laws of IoT connectivity govern AWS' strategy

    The growth and proliferation of connected sensors has drawn AWS headlong into the IoT market. And a recent keynote speech provided clues as to how the cloud provider shapes its tools to manage ...

  • April 12, 2018 12 Apr'18

    AWS Lambda serverless platform holds center stage for devs

    Enterprises are adopting AWS Lambda faster than competing serverless platforms from Google, Microsoft, IBM and others, citing ease of use to replace manual with automated functions and the broad ...

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