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AWS Korean data centers serve up fifth APAC region
Amazon Web Services fifth Asia Pacific region has gone live, with the cloud provider's new South Korean data centers now up and running.
SimpliVity gives AWS a run for its money
SimpliVity's virtual machine (VM) solutions have provided some stiff pricing competition with AWS, according to a new study by The Elevator Group.
Unisys launches Stealth security solution in AWS cloud
“Enterprise-proven security that evolves to meet future threats will provide additional assurance to enterprises that are moving to the cloud."
Wellington company achieves AWS partner milestone
“Having founded our company less than two years ago, to achieve Advanced Consulting Partner status in the APN is a tremendous accomplishment."
The new normal: The state of cloud computing today
"We’re going through a shift in technology that is unlike any other in our lifetime, and it’s happening at a startling pace."
Australian Electorial Commission makes the move to the cloud
The AEC has chosen SMS Management and Technology and Amazon Web Services to host its online digital services across all public facing websites.
AWS to open India, South Korea data centers
AWS is planning data centers in South Korea and India next year, with the Indian market heating up with Microsoft and IBM also opening centers there.
Vector Comms brings Amazon Web Services to Kiwi businesses
In order to make private connectivity easier for Kiwi businesses, Vector Communications is giving New Zealand companies the chance to trial AWS.
Soltius teams with AWS for dedicated SAP cloud practice
Kiwi SAP practice Soltius is working with AWS to build a dedicated SAP cloud practise specialising in the migration of SAP environments to AWS cloud.
Rackspace launches AWS managed service offerings
Rackspace signs deal with AWS to offer tools, expertise, application management and operational support for AWS customers.
Melbourne IT strengthens AWS relationship with new accreditation
Melbourne IT has become the first Australian AWS Premier Consulting Partner to win AWS Managed Service Provider Partner status.
UltraServe wins AWS marketing and commerce competency
UltraServe joins elite group in winning new marketing and commerce competency from Amazon Web Services.
AWS pulls in US$1.8 billion revenue for Amazon
Amazon Web Services generated US$1.8 billion last quarter – up 81% on the US$1 billion reported for the same period a year ago.
Moodle launches cloud-hosting offering
"The offering is targeted to anyone who wants to deploy Moodle in individual classrooms or other small learning environments."
Revera opens Vault to petabyte cloud storage at public cloud price
Revera debuts new cloud storage offering for companies needing petabyte volumes at public cloud pricing.
Datacom wins elite AWS managed service partner status
Datacom is celebrating after becoming the first Asia Pacific company - and one of just 18 worldwide - to achieve AWS’ managed service partner status.
Eagle taking IT into the jungle
Deep in the Papua New Guinea jungle New Zealand's Eagle Technology has been hard at work on a challenging project.
AWS launches education initiative
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched AWS Educate to provide students and educators with four resources: credits, training, content and collaboration
AWS partners up for NZ push
AWS's Tim Dacombe-Bird tells us about the importance of channel partners, peer to peer partnering and the move into enterprise.
Trio of trends changing security play
Changing vulnerabilities, a shift to IaaS and programmable APIs are changing the security landscape.
Partnership signed to target high-growth Kiwi businesses
Bulletproof and Cloud House have partnered up to deliver cloud services to Kiwi high-growth entrepreneurial businesses.
Interactive Intelligence launches cloud services for Kiwi enterprises
Interactive Intelligence has made its PureCloud Collaborate and PureCloud Communicate cloud services available for ANZ customers with AWS.
Amazon Web Services a $5 billion business and growing
Amazon has increased its operating cash flow by nearly 50% to $7.84 billion in the past 12 months, and says AWS is a significant reason for this.
Software AG chooses AWS to deploy full cloud portfolio
Software AG will deploy its entire cloud portfolio on the Amazon Web Services cloud over the course of 2015 in an effort to simplify cloud adoption.