AWS CEO Andy Jassy says only 4% of IT spend is on cloud computing Latest offerings include analytics, machine learning, IOT, edge computing Amazon Web Service's (AWS) annual re:Invent conference in Dec 2020 was in reality less about the huge technological strides it has made in the complicated year, and more about how its current incorporation of Industry 4.0 innovations is a reaffirmation of its current growth.
Coming off the back of the fourth time being at Amazon Web Services’ annual re:Invent conference, Edwin Yapp offers his analysis of what it is doing to extend its lead.
Designed to reinforce the idea that AWS is the cloud provider to choose from if customers want to succeed in moving their workloads to the cloud, in an easy reliable and secure manner.
Amazon Web Services begins its annual re:Invent conference in Las Vegas this week. What’s in store for the world’s largest public cloud player? Edwin Yapp reports.
How far has Google Cloud come since it signalled its intention to be dead serious about cloud computing for enterprises? Edwin Yapp analyses the situation.
Cloud behemoth Amazon Web Services (AWS) Inc is far from done innovating and is once again gearing up for new battleground frontiers.
Cloud, telco spectrum, digitisation and artificial intelligence amongst the topics closest to Edwin Yapp’s mind in 2016
Cloud vendor Amazon Web Services (AWS) Inc has unveiled a slew of new cloud-based services, the most eye-catching of which is a series of new artificial intelligence (AI) services.
At the recent re:Invent 2015 conference, it was quite evident that Amazon Web Services wants to rule the world, at least in terms of cloud services, reports Edwin Yapp.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced new services, a hardware appliance, and a strategic partnership with consulting firm Accenture – all of which the company said are designed to help enterprises make their journey to the cloud more easy, reliable and secure, Edwin Yapp reports from Las Vegas.