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Exclusive: How the separation of Amazon and AWS could affect the cloud market
"Amazon Web Services is one of the rare companies that can be a market leader but remain ruthlessly innovative and agile."
14 milestones Workday has achieved in 2018
We look into the key achievements of business software vendor Workday this year
Workday customers start deployments to AWS infrastructure
Business software vendor Workday has turned it's previously announced AWS partnership into a reality.
Eccellente! AWS building new data centres in Italy
The new infrastructure region is expected to be complete in early 2020 to enable customers to run workloads and store data in Italy with even lower latency.
Cisco and AWS collaborate for hybrid cloud platform
News has emerged of more data centre giants forging public cloud partnerships.
Informatica releases its next-generation iPaaS in APAC
Enterprises in APAC can now leverage Informatica’s iPaaS, which delivers a secure microservices-based solution.
How Kiwi businesses can embrace a mobile workforce
As an early adopter of Amazon Web Services, Suncorp uses the public cloud to manage many applications and services central to its business.
Intel who? AWS opts with AMD chips for cost-savings
AMD shares surged about four percent after the announcement that Amazon Web Services (AWS) would be employing its services.
VMware Cloud on AWS steps on the gas for global expansion
VMware Cloud on AWS has accelerated its global expansion - instead of one new AWS site per quarter, they're launching three new regions this month.
Analysts say AWS dominance forced IBM’s Red Hat acquisition
The largest software acquisition in history "shows how even the biggest beasts in tech are having to adapt to the Cloud computing world."
Tensions between China and US causing cloud war
Ongoing trade tensions between China and the US are having a significant impact on the cloud service providers market.
Big 5 cloud providers tighten stranglehold on market
While the market is seeing strong growth, it's coming at the expense of small-to-medium sized cloud operators.
Oracle’s Ellison calls out Amazon with next-gen cloud
Larry Ellison claims the rest of the cloud market is based on decade old technology with poor security, comparing Oracle's new offering with Amazon.
Supermicro to test for spy chips, Apple & AWS call for retraction
Big feathers have been ruffled following the bombshell Chinese spy allegations, and now Supermicro has announced it will be conducting a review to prove its innocence.
Demand drives Talend to add new APAC cloud data infrastructure
The company claims its growth in APAC is exceeding 100 percent every year, fuelling the need for more infrastructure.
Guinness World Records migrates to AWS public cloud
Setting records itself, the Guinness World Records has made huge strides in its digital transformation journey.
AWS announces three major updates to their enterprise solutions
AWS IoT Device Management now provides two new jobs timeout configurations, in progress timeouts and step timeouts.
VMware’s shortcut to hybrid cloud
"We see a massive demand for VMware Cloud on AWS across A/NZ."
VMware appoints new VP of cloud in APJ
As vice president of cloud, David Bate will be responsible for the VMware cloud business and go-to-market efforts across the APJ region.
Commercial SaaS platforms on the rise in APAC
Gartner predicts that the overall public cloud services market will grow 21.4% this year.
Amazon CloudWatch adds custom metrics support
Amazon CloudWatch Agent now supports the ability to publish custom StatsD or collectd metrics to CloudWatch.
AWS expands ECS offering in APAC
Amazon ECS service discovery makes it easy for containerised services to discover and connect with each other.
Deloitte taps Brisbane cloud firm CloudTrek to bolster consulting services
Deloitte says it’s continuing to pursue its technology consultancy business with help from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Brisbane-based cloud firm CloudTrek.
Azure platform exploited the most for DDoS attacks – report
Research found a 35% increase DDoS attacks using public cloud server-based botnets from the previous 12 months.