“No server is easier to manage than no server,” says Werner Vogels in his keynote at this year’s AWS re:Invent, where new instance types, IoT cloud and containerized and serverless computing was announced.
AWS Import, Quicksight and Inspector were among the unveilings of this year’s colossal AWS summit, re:Invent. AWS expert and author Michael Wittag reports on all highlights that AWS users should know about.
The final part in our three-part series on cloud architecture with AWS, taken from Packt’s title on Mastering AWS Development: a closeup on the practices of scalability, elasticity and bootstrapping.
The second part in our three-part series on cloud architecture with AWS, taken from Packt’s title on Mastering AWS Development: looking at AWS EC2 and IAM more closely, including functionality, instance types and pricing.
First up in our three-part series of experts tips on cloud architecture with AWS, taken from Packt’s title on Mastering AWS Development: an introduction to key AWS concepts like the AWS global infrastructure, AWS EC2 and IAM and bootstrapping.
Great news for Java aficionados – Amazon Web Services are now welcoming Java Lambdas into their programming model. Amazon are also planning on expanding their language options, with added features to Lambda support on the horizon.
Red Hat has announced a number of new features to be added to its open hybrid cloud management solution in September
CEO Gus Robertson talks about the companys growing user base and what it is thats made Nginx the most popular web server
Google and Microsoft have succeeded in slowing down the cloud giants revenue growth.
HTTP and reverse proxy server used by over 15% of all sites undergoes a series of SSL updates, as well as a few network protocol tweaks.
Combative software giants have formed a friendly alliance to take on the forces of AWS.
VMware go live with Horizon DaaS as trend for cloudy companies to drift towards higher-functioning offerings picks up pace.
In snub to Amazon, Google demos load balancer-as-a-service scaling up to 1m in just five seconds.
Amazon Q3 results reveal record sales for cloud service, while Microsoft and Co. eat dust.