Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Cloud ServicesGartner has issued its Magic Quadrant for cloud services, putting Amazon Web Services streets ahead of its nearest rival.
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Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: Cloud ServicesA peering arrangement which will see Australia’s Academic and Research Network – AARNet - link directly to Amazon Web Services in Seattle and provide unmetered connection, is likely to spur the adoption of cloud services by Australia’s universities and research institutions.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: NetworkingSpending on public cloud services in Australia will reach $2.4 billion in 2012, up 18.8% over 2011, according to the latest forecast from Gartner. Cloud services spending in Australia is expected to have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.9% from 2011 to 2016.
Another step ahead for Amazon in its bid to become the world’s biggest cloud computing platform for businesses, and to specifically take aim at a big regional competitor in Asia, Alibaba: today it announced that it would extend its Amazon Web Services suite of products to China beginning with a limited preview in early 2014. You can apply for early access on the AWS China homepage here.
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Avnet Technology Solutions (NYSE: AVT) are expected to unveil a cloud computing partnership, Talkin’ Cloud reported. For VARs that offer on-premise database and storage solutions, the Amazon-Avnet relationship could offer a clearer path into cloud services.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Cloud ServicesThe Australian Government Information Office (AGIMO) has published a multi-user list of 35 suppliers selected to provide cloud and cloud-Like services that includes virtual desktops and servers, disaster recovery and managed backups, etendering packages and online collaboration tools.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: Cloud ComputingThe selection by the New South Wales Government of a cloud solution from SAP breaks new ground for the use of cloud services by governments in Australia, according to market analyst firm Ovum, which says it will also be an important “proof point for the efficacy of the cloud services model” as an alternative to more traditional in-house share