Google may have been the cloud pioneer, but in the enterprise space it is playing a catch-up game and really needs to be more forthcoming with information, argues Edwin Yapp.
Many large enterprises are closing down their data centres and moving their data to the cloud, but this is within expectations.
With so many devices being added to the IoT ecosystem, there is a need for a layered architectural approach, writes David Eden of Tata Communications.
It’s getting the edge customers to burnish its enterprise credentials, but Google will need to work harder to get more traditional organisations, Edwin Yapp reports from San Francisco.
At its first global cloud computing conference, Google is expected to lay out its plans for taking on the traditional cloud giants, Edwin Yapp reports from San Francisco.
Laurence Si has left VMware to help AWS set up shop in Malaysia, while VMware has appointed a former senior exec from Dimension Data to take over, reports Edwin Yapp.
The Asean region continues to be a fertile ground for cloud computing, and is poised to unleash innovative, disruptive technologies, according to AWS CTO Dr Werner Vogels.
Malaysia-based social media startup Gaption intends to create a new environment where content creators get monetary rewards.
Hillstone Networks said that its new virtual firewall solution, CloudEdge, is now available on AWS in standard and advanced editions throughout South-East Asia.
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.