Here's a shocker (not): The Wall Street Journal says Amazon Web Services and the cloud are crushing traditional server sales. Will VARs finally get the message?
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.
As customers seek alternatives to Microsoft's discontinued Windows Small Business Server (SBS), Amazon Web Services (AWS) has caught on. But just how many Microsoft partners will rush toward Amazon's cloud?
Instead of building their own data centers, most VARs will ultimately become cloud brokers for big cloud services providers (CSPs) like Amazon Web Services, Google Apps, Microsoft Office 365 and/or Rackspace. But will one top CSP rule them all? Take our poll.
If you're a government worker and have been wanting to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux securely on your Amazon cloud, it's your lucky day. The popular open-source operating system is finally available on Amazon Web Services.
Amazon has revealed a bit of detail for how it views Google’s cloud efforts in a lawsuit filed against a former employee on grounds he violated a non-compete clause.
Amazon filed the lawsuit on behalf of Amazon Web Services, claiming Daniel Powers, its former vice president of sales, has violated a severance agreement by taking a new job at Google as a director of cloud platform sales.
We all know that Amazon is a major player in the U.S. on numerous fronts, and the Amazon Cloud Player certainly counts as one. The Cloud Player, as you may know, provides the ability to upload music to Amazon’s servers allowing playback on a device without taking up precious storage space on the device. However, while we’ve been enjoying this service in the U.S.