The world’s largest search giant, Google Inc, is in a hurry. A hurry to woo enterprises onto its cloud computing offering known as Google Cloud Platform. Edwin Yapp reports from Google's Next 17 conference in San Francisco.
After helming Google’s cloud division for over a year, Google Inc’s cloud chief Diane Greene declared that the search giant is more ready to serve enterprises than before.
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 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.
Last week, Amazon Web Services (AWS) revealed financial figures for the first time since its birth in 2006, a move that was very significant as it has for years resisted the call to do exactly that. Edwin Yapp investigates why this is significant.
Cloud and virtualisation vendor VMware Inc has set its sights on winning more customers in the region now that it has launched a new set of software tools that it claims would help customers manage their cloud computing environments more easily.
Cloud computing is considered the ‘new normal’ in today’s fast-changing digital world, so much so that the leading public cloud computing vendor is willing to bet all of its vast resources on it, said the head of Amazon Web Services.
Cloud vendor Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched a new suite of services designed specifically to address the demands made by enterprise customers, a move that the company believes will bolster its credentials as a true enterprise cloud provider.