- February 28, 2017
An AWS disruption Tuesday was the longest and most impactful downtime for the public cloud provider in years, as S3 became unresponsive in a major data hub.
- February 24, 2017
New AWS database migration capabilities simplify data lake transfers to Redshift from Oracle and Teradata, but it still doesn't solve the biggest obstacles to move databases to the cloud.
- February 20, 2017
Amazon EBS' new live volume modification for storage attached to S3 saves time and headaches for IT pros, who welcome the technology they say is overdue.
- February 16, 2017
AWS' track record in business productivity is spotty, but Amazon Chime appeals to enterprise IT pros who want all their IT tools in the same shed.
- February 09, 2017
IPv6 is not new, but the proliferation of the internet of things creates new demand for the protocol. And AWS has responded in deliberate fashion.
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- January 27, 2017
Amazon Cloud Directory brings a cloud-native approach to data management and moves away from traditional models, but it isn't without tradeoffs for enterprise IT.
- January 12, 2017
A quiet AWS acquisition last year could improve customers' ability to detect and respond to cyberattacks at scale through automation and machine learning.
- December 30, 2016
AWS took steps to further shake up enterprise cloud, including new data centers, a Kubernetes competitor and the release of EFS. Here's what ranked on SearchAWS in 2016.
- December 23, 2016
AWS upgrades in 2016 were big on enterprise demands with a range of services to aid in migrations, and a host of additions aimed to fill in gaps and expand on existing tools.
- December 16, 2016
AWS Managed Services, a radical departure from Amazon's early cloud strategy, reflects the shifting demand of its customers, but it doesn't meet all their needs just yet.
- December 08, 2016
Amazon has come far to accommodate customers running workloads on-premises; the same can't be said, however, for how it addresses its customers using other public clouds. At re:Invent last week, ...
- December 08, 2016
The container orchestration pool is already crowded and competitive, and AWS has waded in with an unusual play.
- December 02, 2016
New AWS developer tools and data efforts will help users who want more hands-on control, but enterprises should also expect a boost by having those tools baked into MSP offerings.
- December 02, 2016
Amazon refreshed its Chef-based AWS OpsWorks offering and also has made a minority investment in Chef Software as part of the commercial deal, according to execs.
- December 01, 2016
AWS intends to make it easier than ever for an enterprise to use its platform -- on or off premises.