AWS’ Roger Barga: ‘Robots Are Part Of A Company’s Digital Transformation’


by Donna Goodison Robots are not just useful for carrying out tasks, says Roger Barga, general manager and director of development of Amazon Web Services Robotics and Autonomous Services. They get data digitally about what's going on in your operations, which you can then use to optimize your operations.


VMware Cloud on AWS gains workloads, but challenges remain

2 days ago

According to a survey by Faction, VMware Cloud on AWS is popular as a way to extend data centers, but there are usage and migration challenges.


The ADHA is simplifying its clinical terminology database with AWS

5 days ago

The National Clinical Terminology Service has been re-engineered to reduce complexities and costs.


AWS Partners Get New Containers Navigate Track

a week ago

by Donna Goodison 'We are living in the world of containers in todays technological terms, and choosing the right container technology and scheduler that are managing workloads can be critical for business,' says Oleksandr Zadorozhnyi, technical director and cloud and transformation lead at Pythian. 'Tailoring technology to customers business needs is exactly what AWS is mapping out through the launch of this new program'


Apple is a filthy AWS, Azure, Google reseller, gripe punters: iPhone giant accused of hiding iCloud's real backend

a week ago

Breach of contract, false advertising, unfair business practices sueball fired


AWS Unveils End User Computing Competency For Advanced, Premier Consulting Partners

2 weeks ago

by Donna Goodison 'End-user access to company data is facing increased security threats and compliance requirements, accompanied by a growing workforce of mobile and contingent workers,' says Renata Melnyk, an AWS senior partner program manager.


Jeff Bezos feels a tap on the shoulder. Ahem, Mr Amazon, care to explain how Capital One's AWS S3 buckets got hacked?

3 weeks ago

Senator Wyden fears tech may be insecure by design, urges billionaire to answer a few Qs


AWS To Launch New Database Certification Program For Partners

3 weeks ago

by Donna Goodison 'We have over 200,000 certified individuals across the globe now, and that number is growing rapidly,' says Maureen Lonergan, AWS' director of worldwide training and certification, citing a newly public AWS statistic. 'We think it's been wildly successful in terms of just the number of people that are interested in it and the growth in the program.'


Choc-blocked: AWS sues sales exec for legging it to Google Cloud. Yup, another bitter battle over non-compete clauses

3 weeks ago

Amazon demands restraining order preventing bod from jumping ship to Chocolate Factory


Cloud spending becoming more concentrated among the big guns: AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud

3 weeks ago

In IaaS and PaaS the top five vendors accounted for 63% of all spending, according to IDC data.


AWS still a cash machine for Bezos, Intel is down a 5G modem biz, and Google is on Tulsi Gabbard's bad side

4 weeks ago

Mega-financial-o-gasm Here's a round-up from a bumper day of earnings


AWS Expansion Slows Slightly As Investment Ramps

4 weeks ago

by Joseph Tsidulko Amazon CFO Brian Olsavsky said AWS is spending more on marketing, advertising and engineering teams working on advanced services, particularly machine learning.


Top Things To Know About AWS’ New Channel Chief

4 weeks ago

by Donna Goodison Here's what CRN has learned about Doug Yeum, who this week became AWS head of worldwide channels and alliances -- the top-ranked cloud computing providers highest-ranking channel executive role


Hello there. You're overspending on AWS! Cloud giant introduces Chatbot for Slack chat alerts and diagnostics

4 weeks ago

Amazon Web Services' work-in-progress beta talks... but does not listen


New AWS Chatbot uses Slack to flag system alerts to DevOps teams

4 weeks ago

AWS launches a chatbot dedicated to getting its system alerts to developers, through Slack and its own Chime app.


AWS MSP Mission Assists Boston Celtics’ Hoop Dreams With The Cloud

a month ago

by Donna Goodison 'Their organization has been around for quite a long time, so we helped them really move from the waterfall software development approach to an agile software development approach,' says Glenn Grant, Mission's co-founder and president of its Eastern U.S. division. 'And we're continuing to work with them to upgrade the infrastructure to keep pace with that.'


Still not in the cloud? It's not too late to join. Make the move with practical advice from top-notch AWS experts

a month ago

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In the US? Using Medicaid? There's a good chance DXC is about to boot your data into the AWS cloud

a month ago

Exclusive What could possibly go wrong?


Data Republic facilitates 'diplomatic' data sharing on AWS

a month ago

Australia's Data Republic has created a place for data insights to be shared without the need to move data.