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Microsoft drops $1.1B to grow its data center footprint in Iowa

Microsoft will soon harvest a lot more corn — err, servers — in Iowa.

The tech giant is investing in data center infrastructure in West Des Moines, miles away from an existing company data center, Iowa public officials… 183 more words


One click, and Amazon shows you all your spending on its cloud

The biggest public cloud out there, Amazon Web Services, has just come out with a new way to keep an eye on all the money people spend on it. 257 more words


Google needs more cloud customers, so it's turning to Red Hat for help

Google can’t build its public cloud into a behemoth by itself.

Today, key enterprise software company Red Hat unveiled Google’s latest partnership initiative, to let Red Hat customers move certain subscriptions to the growing Google Compute Engine. 229 more words


Microsoft launches a new control center for its Azure public cloud

Microsoft might have dropped “Windows” from the name of its Azure public cloud, but that isn’t stopping the tech giant from making the Windows experience a bigger and bigger part of Azure. 352 more words


Amazon just announced new cloud prices. And no, they're not lower than Google's

Public-cloud market leader Amazon Web Services can cut prices like nobody’s business, but now that Google is playing harder than ever, Amazon cloud executives will have to huddle up and reflect on new ways to keep customers from flocking to Google. 214 more words


Microsoft Joins Amazon and Google in Cloud Price War

Microsoft slashed prices on several of its cloud computing services the company announced on Monday, following through on a standing promise to match Amazon Web Services, which made similar cuts last week. 452 more words