Posts Tagged ‘Web Services’

 

Yahoo! Overtakes Google In Us Web Traffic

Analysis of US internet use suggests Yahoo! attracted more people to its web services than Google for the first time in over two years.

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Amazon cuts prices by 80 percent on some compute-on-demand offerings

Shocker: Amazon Web Services cuts prices again -- this time on dedicated EC2 instances and by as much as 80 percent in some scenarios.

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Egenera Delivers Public Cloud Integration with Amazon Web Services

Egenera, a leader in converged infrastructure and cloud management, today announced the next major release of its cloud management software, PAN Cloud Director 2.0, which features integration with Amazon Web Services .

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Predictix Delivers Advanced Consulting to Retail Customers Using Amazon Web Services

Predictix today announced that it has attained Advanced Consulting Partner level with Amazon Web Services Partner Network , in order to bring the benefits of AWS to enterprise

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Amazon Web Services cuts relational database prices

Price cuts for AWS' MySQL, Oracle and SQL Server services highlight how the cloud computing war revolves around pricing and scale.

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Amazon Web Services Receives Fedramp Authorization

Amazon Web Services this week received FedRAMP certification, allowing the online retailer to lower the cost of its cloud services for U.S. government agencies.

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NeoSpeech Now Online with Speedy Cloud Text-to-Speech

Developers can use reliable TTS Web Services.?Santa Clara, CA April 19, 2013 NeoSpeech, an innovative text-to-speech and speech technology solution provider, is now live with the upgraded TTS Web Services. The NeoSpeech TTS Web Services (

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Voltage Security, Provider of Cloud Security Solutions, Joins Amazon Web Services Partner Network

Data-Centric Protection for Sensitive Information Moving Into and Through the Cloud

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Amazon Web Services launches OpsWorks to manage applications

For AWS, OpsWorks is a play on so-called DevOps, a somewhat trendy flavor of managing technology infrastructure and applications.

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Diy Cloud: Choosing Your Own Virtual Machine Image Sizes

Amazon Web Services, seen by many as the market-leading infrastructure cloud computing provider, has a pretty full shelf of virtual machine image sizes for customers to spin up in its cloud -- 17 separate instance VM sizes are listed on the company's website, in

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