Tag: Amazon Web Services

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AWS allows live streaming with Amazon Chime SDK

AWS allows live streaming with Amazon Chime SDK

Amazon Web Services (AWS) said it’s adding live-streaming capabilities to its real-time communication service ‘Amazon Chime.’ A division of Amazon providing APIs and on-demand cloud computing platforms to companies, governments, and individuals, AWS said it is introducing live streaming te... Read more

date1 month ago
Amazon launches AWS Skill Builder training subscriptions

Amazon launches AWS Skill Builder training subscriptions

Amazon Web Services (AWS) expanded its AWS Skill Builder training service with premium subscriptions for people and organizations wanting to expand their cloud services expertise Amazon Web Services Skill Builder, a web-based learning facility with numerous free cloud technology courses, now fea... Read more

date2 months ago
AWS plans to expand their market lead

AWS plans to expand their market lead

The Amazon Cloud chief is eyeing acquisitions and other ways to increase the tech giant's dominance. This week Amazon's cloud chief Adam Selipsky told Bloomberg News that the e-commerce giant doesn’t plan to spin off its profitable Amazon Web Services division. “We have no current plans t... Read more

date5 months ago
UK data centers get a 2.3 billion dollar AWS investement

UK data centers get a 2.3 billion dollar AWS investement

Amazon to operate and build data centers in the UK. On Wednesday, Amazon Web Services announced that they're spending around 2.37 billion USD on operating and building data centers in the UK. The investment will be made over a period of two years. According to AWS, this move will almost doubl... Read more

date6 months ago
FTC is examining AWS for competition issues

FTC is examining AWS for competition issues

Amazon Web Services has the highest market share, even surpassing Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure. The FTC is looking into if Amazon is favoring the companies it is working with and punishing those working with its competitors. Why is the US Federal Trade Commission examining AWS? The US Fed... Read more

date9 months ago
Docker Official Images Now Available on AWS Container Registry

Docker Official Images Now Available on AWS Container Registry

The move completes Docker's integration with Amazon's Graviton service Docker has announced the availability of Docker Official Images directly from Amazon Web Servicesc (AWS). The Amazon Elastic Container Registry Public (Amazon ECR Public) is a registry service provided by Amazon to manage con... Read more

date10 months ago
Google expands its infrastructure into Asia-Pacific and Europe

Google expands its infrastructure into Asia-Pacific and Europe

Google Cloud Platform is a public cloud vendor that lets you rent computer resources from Google's data centers across the world. You can access these for free or on an hourly basis with other competitors such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure! Google Cloud Platform is helping bus... Read more

date10 months ago
AWS Cloud Control API simplifies interaction with 100+ AWS services

AWS Cloud Control API simplifies interaction with 100+ AWS services

AWS grew to more than 200 services in 15 years. Each service has a specific API, which complicates API interaction when developing through multiple services. To tackle the challenge, Amazon is introducing the Cloud Control API. Five operations - 'CreateResource', 'GetResource', 'UpdateResource', 'D... Read more

date12 months ago
AWS launches outbound communications for Amazon Connect

AWS launches outbound communications for Amazon Connect

Amazon Web Services announced the launch of its automated outbound communications for call centers in preview, as its Amazon Connect service picks up momentum. The cloud provider said that its platform, Amazon Connect, now supports more than 10 million contact center interactions daily. Amazon C... Read more

date12 months ago
Google will take smaller cut from revenues on cloud marketplace

Google will take smaller cut from revenues on cloud marketplace

Alphabet's Google announced it will take a smaller cut when customers buy from other vendors on the search giant's cloud marketplace. Google Cloud Platform is cutting its percentage revenue share to 3% from 20%. The goal, according to a Google Cloud spokesperson in a statement is to provide Goog... Read more

date12 months ago
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