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BBVA trabajará con Amazon Web Services para acelerar su transformación

BBVA anunció el pasado 21 de octubre un acuerdo global con Amazon Web Services (AWS), con el objetivo de acelerar la transformación global del Grupo mediante el uso de ‘cloud computing’. La alianza, que forma parte de una serie de acuerdos que el Grupo BBVA está llevando a cabo con proveedores estratégicos, convierte a AWS en […]

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Amazon lanza en España Almacenamiento Ilimitado: espacio infinito en la nube para sus clientes

Amazon.es ha anunciado hoy el lanzamiento de Almacenamiento Ilimitado, un nuevo plan que permitirá a sus clientes de Amazon.es subir fácilmente y almacenar de forma segura en la nube un número ilimitado de fotos, vídeos, películas, archivos de música y demás ficheros. Con este nuevo servicio los usuarios ya no tendrán que preocuparse por si […]

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Andy Jassy is finally named CEO of Amazon Web Services

Amazon today announced that the head of Amazon Web Services (AWS), Andy Jassy, has finally been promoted to chief executive of that Amazon business unit. AWS is now the market leader of the public cloud business, and Jassy has been the face of it. Now Jassy is getting his very well deserved CEO title. Meanwhile, […]

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Amazon hires team behind deep learning startup Orbeus

Amazon has hired nearly all of the people who worked at Orbeus, a small startup with technology for identifying items and people in photos and videos using deep learning, a type of artificial intelligence. Orbeus built an app for iOS and Android that could instantly tag photos, called PhotoTime, as well as the underlying Rekognition […]

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Inside Project McQueen, Apple’s plan to build its own cloud

For the past several months, Apple has been working on “Project McQueen,” a plan to become more reliant on its own data center infrastructure and reduce its dependence on public clouds such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure, a source familiar with the matter tells VentureBeat. Apple isn’t happy with the fact AWS […]

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Twitch users decided my fate in a VR game built on Amazon Lumberyard

Hidden away on the exhibition floor at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today, I found a short line next to the big booth for Amazon Lumberyard, that cross-platform 3D game engine that public cloud infrastructure provide Amazon Web Services (AWS) unveiled last month. The line was for a virtual reality (VR) demo of […]

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Amazon launches AWS Database Migration Service out of preview to all customers

Amazon has launched a new service designed to make it easier for companies to move their databases to Amazon Web Services (AWS), promising that firms can “set up their migrations in less than 10 minutes.” The launch comes five months after Amazon first debuted the AWS Database Migration Service in preview, and a day after […]

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Open letter: Why the cloud business needs better metrics

GUEST: Steve Ballmer, the former chief executive officer of Microsoft and the current owner of the L.A. Clippers, has a lot to say about Microsoft — especially about the Microsoft Azure cloud business. In an interview with Bloomberg, he argued that since the company was betting big on the cloud, it should report revenues and profits […]

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Amazon tanks 13% despite record $482M profit — more than it made in the previous 17 quarters combined

Amazon made more money last quarter — $482 million in profit for the fiscal Q4 2015 — than it did during every previous quarter combined since Q3 2011. That $482 million figure exceeds Amazon’s previous quarterly record, when, in Q4 2010, it earned $416 million in profit. So why, then, did the company’s stock tank by more than 13 percent […]

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Amazon Web Services brings in $2.4B in revenue in Q4 2015, up 69% over last year

Amazon today disclosed that its subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS), a cloud infrastructure provider that companies use to run applications, brought in $2.4 billion in revenue for the fourth quarter of 2015. That’s a 69 percent year-over-year increase. That growth rate is lower than it was in the prior quarter, when AWS posted a 78 […]

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AWS launches tool that provides SSL and TLS certificates for free

Public cloud infrastructure provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced the launch of AWS Certificate Manager (ACM), a service that developers can use to obtain Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificates for websites for free. These certificates provide tell browsers (which in turn tell end users) if a connection to a […]

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Microsoft slashes Azure prices up to 17% to keep up with AWS

Microsoft today announced price cuts for some of its Azure public cloud instances. The move is not surprising as it lines up with Microsoft’s assurance to customers in 2013 that it would match Azure’s prices with that that of public cloud market leader Amazon Web Services, and AWS announced price cuts last week. Azure’s D-Series […]

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Amazon’s new AWS Scheduled Reserved Instances save you up to 10%

Cloud infrastructure provider Amazon Web Services today announced the launch of Scheduled Reserved Instances, a new flavor of its Reserved Instances, or virtual slices of physical servers in Amazon data centers that are reserved ahead of time, unlike the more popular On-Demand Instances. Customers can now sign up to run Scheduled Reserved Instances at specified […]

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Amazon’s next AWS data center region will be in Canada

Public cloud infrastructure provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced that it will open a new region of data centers in Canada — specifically Montreal — sometime in the next 12 months. “The planned Canada-Montreal region will give AWS partners and customers the ability to run their workloads and store their data in Canada,” AWS […]

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AWS launches WorkMail email and calendar service out of preview

Amazon Web Services (AWS), the biggest public cloud currently available, today announced the general availability of the WorkMail email and calendar service, nearly a year after the service was first launched in preview. Think of WorkMail as Amazon’s answer to Exchange from Microsoft, which fields the competing Azure cloud infrastructure, and Gmail from Google, which […]

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AWS makes its Amazon EC2 Container Registry service available to everyone

Public cloud infrastructure provider Amazon Web Services today announced that its EC2 Container Registry service for storing and managing application container images is now available for anyone to use. AWS executives first launched the Amazon EC2 Container Registry at its re:Invent conference in Las Vegas in October, but interested parties could only apply for early […]

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Amazon launches AWS IoT service out of beta

Cloud infrastructure provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) today that its AWS IoT service for working with data from Internet-connected devices is now generally available. Amazon first announced the beta launch of AWS IoT at the AWS re:Invent conference in October. Part of the appeal of the service is that it abstracts away underlying compute and […]

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Amazon rolls out its new burstable t2.nano instances

Back in October, Amazon’s chief technology officer Werner Vogels announced at the AWS re:Invent conference that its new t2.nano instances would be available later this year. On Tuesday, the company delivered on that promise. “Like their larger siblings (t2.micro, t2.small, t2.medium, and t2.large), these instances provide a baseline level of processing power, along with the ability to […]

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Atlassian Bitbucket now lets you deploy code to AWS, Microsoft Azure, DigitalOcean

Atlassian, an Australian software company preparing to go public on the NASDAQ, is announcing today that developers can now deploy code from Atlassian’s Bitbucket source code repository software onto public clouds from Amazon, Microsoft, and DigitalOcean, right from within Bitbucket. There’s support for Amazon Web Services’ CodeDeploy service and Microsoft’s Azure App Service, Atlassian product […]

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Meteor launches Galaxy Developer Edition with hourly pricing for app hosting

Meteor Development Group, the startup behind the popular Meteor JavaScript framework, announced today that it will be rolling out a new Developer Edition of its Galaxy service for building and hosting apps that use Meteor. It’s convenient because it’s priced by the hour, not on a monthly or annual basis. “[W]e know the current price […]

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AWS launches EC2 Dedicated Hosts to let users run many instances on each server

Amazon Web Services (AWS), the biggest public cloud infrastructure provider, today announced the availability of a new service called EC2 Dedicated Hosts. The feature can help companies run the software they pay for with licenses on multiple Amazon virtual machines (VMs) on a single physical server. This is in contrast to the usual pattern of […]

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Y Combinator-backed Convox launches Grid service to automate code deployment

EXCLUSIVE: Convox, a startup seeking to simplify the deployment of applications on the Amazon Web Services public cloud, is launching today a new web service for automatically running new versions of applications as new code gets checked in to GitHub. The new Grid service, which has free and paid tiers, can also integrate with companies’ Slack […]

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