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  • Elastic vs. AWS highlights open source monetization dilemma

    Read Kurt Marko take a look at how the Elastic NV v/s Amazon Web Services saga highlights how open source software vendors need to change in the era of cloud computing on Tech Target : The cloud has upended assumptions in almost every industry and profession, and the commercial open source market is no exception.The […] More

  • AWS debuts OpenSearch project following spat over Elastic licence

    AWS has unveiled the OpenSearch project – a community-driven open-source fork of Elasticsearch and Kibana – in response to Elastic changing its licensing terms for these at the start of the year over what it regarded as AWS exploiting its open-source code. The newly announced project includes OpenSearch, which is derived from Elasticsearch 7.10.2, plus […] More

  • Virtuous Teaming: Palantir And AWS Team Up For ERP Suite

    Palantir Technologies Inc announced Friday its new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system with, Inc. cloud service platform Amazon Web Services (AWS) will be available to all AWS customers. What Happened: Palantir’s ERP Suite is optimized to run on AWS to assist customers with data integration and analysis. The suite “has already been adopted by […] More

  • AWS Used By Bad Guys: SolarWinds Hackers Used Elastic Compute Cloud

    Amazon Web Services admitted Thursday that hackers used its systems in the SolarWinds campaign but reiterated the cloud computing giant wasn’t itself infected with malware. “The actors used EC2 [Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud] just like they would use any server they could buy or use anywhere (on-premises or in the cloud),” an AWS spokesperson told CRN […] More

  • Battle For Cloud Dominance – Who Comes After Jassy At AWS?

    Read John Webster take a look at the leadership conundrum at Amazon Web Services and how it will affect its dominance in the cloud computing arena on Forbes : Andy Jassy is Amazon’s new CEO. Now for the real question, no one is yet asking: Who will succeed Jassy? Jassy built Amazon Web Services from […] More

  • Wasabi Is Tripling As AWS, Azure Lead Cloud Services Market

    Read take a look at how Wasabi is leading in the cloud services market even as Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure are giving tough competition on Forbes : Most startups enjoy discussing their growth rates — but not their revenues. That’s because they’re tapping the law of small numbers — a company with small revenues […] More

  • Dedrone announces partnership with Vodafone and Amazon Web Services to provide airspace security for critical infrastructure

    Dedrone, Vodafone, and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have entered into a partnership to provide airspace security for critical infrastructure. Sites of critical importance, including airports, stadiums, correctional facilities, energy facilities, corporate headquarters, government buildings, and military installations, can now seamlessly upgrade their security programs with Vodafone Business and Dedrone. By using Vodafone Business’s Multi-Access Edge Computing […] More

  • Fortinet partners with Amazon Web Services to secure enterprise workloads on AWS

    Cybersecurity firm Fortinet announced a new integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide common customers with advanced security across their cloud platforms, applications, and network. Fortinet’s cloud security solutions include virtual next-generation firewall, FortiGate-VM and web application firewall (WAF). Under the new integration with AWS, Fortinet will provide managed IPS rulesets for the recently […] More

  • Pure Storage launches cloud block store efficiency guarantee

    Pure Storage’s new Cloud Block Store Efficiency Guarantee program works with AWS to drive applications that run across AWS Regions and AWS Outposts. “Customers are looking for flexibility and choice as they procure, store, and manage their data across the enterprise as part of a comprehensive digitization initiative,” said Garth Fort, Director of Product Management, AWS […] More

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