Amazon Web Services is serious about helping the enterprise get data into the cloud, as it unveiled a custom appliance to support what appears to be the most sophisticated sneakernet on the planet. Called the AWS Snowball, the dedicated storage appliance looks like a rugged suitcase, and stores 50 terabytes of encrypted data.
Through its "bring-your-own-subscription" program, enterprises can now develop and test SAP application workloads on Amazon Web Services using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
Cloudyn unveiled new features around its hybrid cloud management feature set. The features were designed to help enterprises simplify multi-cloud deployments while achieving greater control and better performance.
Azul Systems, a provider of Java runtime products, struck a deal to put its Zing Java virtual machine on Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Amazon Web Services. Zing is now available as an Amazon Machine Image.
Global management consulting firm Accenture and Amazon Web Services have joined forces to create a new business unit dedicated to aiding enterprises in migrating their infrastructures and applications to the AWS cloud.
This week at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, Rackspace confirmed the launch of the managed service for AWS.
Amazon is touting its cloud-based QuickSight tool as an easy-to-use business intelligence service that costs just one-tenth that of traditional BI solutions.
Software-defined networking vendor Ocedo launched a new cloud-based networking offering on Amazon Web Services at the public cloud provider's AWS re:Invent 2015 conference in Las Vegas.
At AWS re:Invent, Splunk announced a new release of its app for Amazon Web Services. The enhanced version converts AWS CloudTrail, AWS Config, Amazon CloudWatch and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud Flow logs into intuitive dashboards for simplified operational and security intelligence. Customers can monitor user activity, resource changes, topology and network traffic flows.
Teradata announced today that it's making its data warehousing and analytics product, Teradata Database, available for cloud deployment on AWS early next year. Initially, Teradata Database on AWS will be offered on Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute – or EC2 – instances in supported AWS regions. You'll find those on a listing in the AWS Marketplace in 2016.