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FalconStor announces AWS integration
"While competitors provide narrower proprietary or niche solutions, FalconStor thinks differently about data storage."
Veeam expands cloud data management capabilities for IBM, AWS and Azure
The new capabilities supposedly deliver cost-effective data retention, easy cloud migration and data mobility.
Nasuni receives AWS competency status for primary storage
The recognition certifies that Nasuni Cloud File Services meet AWS's strict technical proficiency requirements for primary storage.
Bulk of US$250b cloud market claimed by just nine companies
The top nine vendors in the wide cloud market ecosystem are responsible for well over half of all the revenues.
Interview: AWS A/NZ MD discusses machine learning strategy
Last year, AWS announced 13 new machine learning services including a new ML marketplace and a managed service for reinforcement learning algorithms and simulators.
Amazon rumoured to buy Israel DR firm CloudEndure
While neither company has confirmed or denied the rumours, they come less than a month after IT services provider Infosys announced that it was planning to divest $15.3 million worth of shares.
Ribbon Communications bolsters cloud offerings through Amazon Partner Network
“As cloud innovators with multiple customers deployed in production on AWS, we look forward to deepening the relationship and developing new solutions that leverage AWS.”
How hybrid will shape the cloud battle in 2019
Hyperscale cloud firms will fiercely target on-premises enterprise workloads in 2019, says GlobalData.
How AT&T aims to help businesses recover faster from a disaster
"Companies need to be able to recover and continue operations ASAP, without pulling resources from other places to get back up and running."
Korean Air to close on-premises data centre within 3 years
One of the world’s top ten airlines has declared its going all-in with cloud and shutting down its on-premises infrastructure - the first in APAC to do so.
Why there will be a battle for the cloud in 2019
Cloud providers such as AWS, Azure, and Google will likely find themselves in a mad scramble to gain additional enterprise customers.
Palo Alto Networks integrates RedLock and VM-Series with AWS Security Hub
AWS Security Hub is designed to provide users with a comprehensive view of their high-priority security alerts and compliance status.
The 2018 Canalys APAC Channels Forum keynote
There was a lot to unpack at the Canalys APAC Channels Forum keynote. This long-form piece tries to cover all the most relevant points for A/NZ.
Exclusive: Should A/NZ businesses change their perspective on the cloud?
"Our strategy includes a very heavy emphasis on private cloud technologies, allowing customers to build in their own environment."
How AWS Lambda enables sharing common code between functions
Lambda supposedly makes it easy for developers to run code for virtually any type of application or back-end service.
AWS makes building and securing data lakes easier
AWS Control Tower, AWS Security Hub, and AWS Lake Formation help with provisioning and governance, monitoring security and compliance, and building and managing data lakes.
AWS offers devs tiny autonomous vehicles for machine learning
AWS DeepRacer puts reinforcement to the test - see what other machine learning services AWS now offers.
Interview: How Origin Energy uses AWS to transform its business
Origin Energy is an Australian electricity retailer that is on the cutting edge of customer service, collaboration, innovation, and experimentation.
AWS announces two new Marketplace features
Now customers and marketplace sellers have the ability to use a private marketplace, as well as a dedicated marketplace for containers.
AWS offers inside look at its work with the public sector
The company’s Public Sector Partner Program grew almost 40% this year, with more than 800 partners now on board.
AWS provides a shot in the Arm with new servers
While it can’t claim to be the first one to deploy them, it does win the race of the cloud giants in offering the architecture as a cloud service.
AWS announces pay-as-you-go satellite data download offering
Leverages a network of 12 antenna ground stations in AWS Regions around the world to download, process, store, analyse, and act upon satellite data.
AWS improves network efficiencies with new offerings
Announced at AWS re:INVENT, the offerings are designed to speed up inter-instance communication, and application performance and availability.
AWS boosts power, lowers costs with new EC2 instances
At AWS re:INVENT the company announced the availability of three new instances that can reduce workload cost and run bigger workloads, faster.