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Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, announced that Carrier, a leader in heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, refrigeration, fire, security, and building automation technologies, has chosen AWS as its preferred cloud provider. Carrier is moving up to 70 percent of its 4,000 servers and 996 applications away from legacy servers and databases to AWS, reducing …

Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced it launched more than 225 tools and services in 2019 to help third-party sellers – mostly small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) – succeed in its stores. The new tools and services were part of a more than $15 billion global investment in third-party seller success last year. As a result, American SMBs selling …

Rackspace extends its FedRAMP authorization to include Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) within Rackspace Government Cloud (RGC), a managed security and compliance platform, enabling state-of-the-art private, public and hybrid cloud solutions for the government ecosystem. Rackspace Government Cloud was the first Joint Authorization Board (JAB) authorized platform as a service originally built on VMware. This …

Rackspace has joined forces with Alert Logic to help SMB and mid-market Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers improve their security posture with an AWS Security Review program. Rackspace, combined with the insight and analytics of Alert Logic’s SaaS-based Managed Detection and Response (MDR) solution, will offer customers a consulting engagement that provides a window into the state of …

Canonical announced last 04 December 2019 the availability of Ubuntu Pro images for Amazon Web Services (AWS). Available via AWS Marketplace, covering Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, 16.04 LTS and 18.04 LTS, these new premium images allow enterprises to purchase extended maintenance, broader security coverage, and critical compliance features by simply selecting and running an image on Amazon …

Amazon Web Services (AWS) dominates as the largest public cloud infrastructure in terms of market share, Synergy Energy Group reports.   Highlights Amazon’s market share amounts to a total of 39% in 2019 Q2. Some of Amazon’s services include databases, machine-learning tools, and data-warehousing products. Amazon is followed by Microsoft Azure (19%), Google Cloud (9%), …

AWS Amplify announces Amplify DataStore: a queryable, on-device data store for web, IoT, and mobile developers using iOS, Android, and React Native. Amplify DataStore provides a programming model for leveraging shared and distributed data without writing additional code for offline and online scenarios, which makes working with distributed, cross-user data just as simple as working …

Amazon Braket is a fully managed service that makes it easy for scientists, researchers, and developers to explore, build, test, and run quantum computing algorithms. Amazon Braket helps you get started learning about quantum computing by providing a development environment to build quantum algorithms, test them on simulated quantum computers, and run them on your …

If your day-to-day as a developer, system administrator, full-stack engineer, or site reliability engineer involves Git pushes, commits, and pulls to and from GitHub and deployments to Amazon Web Services (AWS), security is a persistent concern. Fortunately, open source tools are available to help your team avoid common mistakes that could cost your organization thousands …

Synergy Research Group’s new data reveals that Amazon maintains it position as the top cloud service provider in terms of market shares for Q2 2019. The unrivaled Amazon is succeeded by Microsoft, Google, IBM, and Alibaba to complete the top five. It is interesting to note that even with the four companies together, Amazon can …