Amazon recently announced AWS Auto Scaling, a new service that enables admins to simultaneously configure scaling options for multiple AWS resources.
Amazon is expanding the footprint of its cloud platform with Linux 2, an on-premises software package that can be used to build out a hybrid-IT shop but it does have one key drawback.
In a recent post on the AWS blog, Amazon announced the latest version of its Linux offering, Amazon Linux 2.
Aidan Finn delves into the mists of the future to discover what will work and what will not in the world of Hyper-V and the Microsoft cloud in 2018.
Amazon has announced a new unified agent for their AWS CloudWatch monitoring service, making it easier for admins to log and view data.
In a recent post on the AWS blog, Amazon announced several new media services that can be used to process, store, deliver, and monetize cloud-based video.
Amazon has announced a new security service for AWS called GuardDuty that will challenge Azure Advanced Threat Protection for the top spot for cloud security.
In a recent post on the AWS blog, Amazon announced the addition of several new encryption and security features that are now available to AWS S3 customers.
Amazon recently announced several improvements to CloudWatch within the AWS GovCloud (US) Region, including support for extended metric retention, the addition of percentile statistics for metrics, and the ability to add high-resolution custom metrics and alarms.
Amazon and Microsoft recently announced Gluon, a new interface for open-source deep learning that enables developers to quickly and easily build efficient machine learning models.
Amazon has announced that VMware Cloud is now available on Amazon’s AWS platform. With this update, users of VMware’s Software-Designed Data Center (SDDC) can now take advantage of the scalability and security provided by AWS.
Amazon recently announced several updates to the company’s application streaming service, AppStream 2.0, including domain join, simple network setup, and more!
In a recent update, Amazon announced Amazon Macie, a new security service that uses machine learning to discover, classify, and secure data stored in Amazon S3 at scale.