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Pizza as a Service

Software as a Service is like going out for dinner, there’s no shopping, no prepping or cooking and no cleaning.

Do you understand the differences between on-premise, infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS) and software-as-as-service (SaaS)? 150 more words


WOS Access S3 creates Private Cloud with DDN Object Storage

Object storage was designed to support environments like the cloud that can have open-ended scaling requirements. Amazon developed the S3 interface to connect their object-based storage infrastructure to applications running in their own cloud. 627 more words


Why Amazon's new Lambda cloud service is a huge deal for devs --- and the cloud market

At Amazon Web Services’ big annual user conference in Las Vegas this week, executives from the market-leading public cloud made all the moves that spectators were expecting: a few… 579 more words


Of course. Now Amazon thinks its cloud is the best to run apps in Docker containers

With the release of its EC2 Container Service today, Amazon Web Services caught up with public-cloud competitors like Google and Microsoft in deeply supporting the deployment and control of applications packaged up in containers, a trendy alternative to longstanding virtual-machine technology. 492 more words


Amazon boosts cloud-computing performance with new C4 instances

Amazon Web Services isn’t only announcing new services at its re:Invent conference in Las Vegas this week. Of course, it’s adding new low-level instances — slices of physical servers — to its market-leading public cloud. 90 more words


Amazon Web Services tacks on Lambda, a new model for running apps in the cloud

Amazon Web Services today announced Lambda, a whole new web service in the public cloud that abstracts away the infrastructure underneath application code.

Lambda amounts to “an event-driven computing service for dynamic applications,” said Werner Vogels, Amazon’s chief technology officer, at Amazon’s re:Invent conference in Las Vegas today. 214 more words


Amazon expands Docker support with new EC2 Container Service

Amazon Web Services today announced a major feature, the EC2 Container Service, for launching, managing, and deleting containers to hold developers’ application code.

It’s a major acknowledgment of… 243 more words