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Microsoft unleashes big-data tools for Azure and Office 365 security features

Following up on the attention it received at its “cloud briefing” in San Francisco last week, Microsoft today gave people a peek at new big-data capabilities in its growing Azure public cloud, as well as a slew of administrative features for its Office 365 applications. 328 more words

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Amazon’s cloud revenue growth rate continues to slow down in Q3, now up 39%

Market-leading public cloud Amazon Web Services (AWS) had another rough quarter revenue-wise in the third quarter of 2014, Amazon.com disclosed in its earnings statement today. 268 more words

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Microsoft's Azure cloud launches a marketplace with a slew of new partners

SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft intends to go to market in the cloud business with pretty much everyone who’s everyone. Today at the Microsoft Cloud Briefing event, executives announced support for the hip CoreOS Linux operating system and Cloudera’s distribution of the Hadoop open-source software. 103 more words

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Microsoft adds 'premium storage' and new G-series instances to its Azure cloud

SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft today announced at the Microsoft Cloud Briefing event the new memory-intensive “G-series” instances for its Azure public cloud, as well as new storage options with major performance gains over what was previously available. 361 more words

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Google streamlines billing in its public cloud

People with multiple projects running inside the Google public cloud can now manage payments for them all in one central place, Google announced today.

What’s more, Google is giving people more options for who can handle billing. 169 more words

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Microsoft cloud, following Amazon, adds stream processing to its big-data features

Microsoft is making its Azure public cloud capable of analyzing and processing huge flows of data as they come in, putting it in lockstep feature-wise with the other top public clouds around. 256 more words

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