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Amazon Building Huge New Wind Farm in Texas

Amazon has announced that it will develop its largest wind farm yet: a 100 turbine, 253 Megawatt facility in Texas. It is slated to open in late 2017. 269 more words


Pepperdata Announces Cluster And Job Optimization Product For Cloud-based Hadoop Clusters On Amazon EMR

Pepperdata today announces a new product that helps Amazon EMR customers optimize the performance of their cloud-based, Hadoop jobs. Pepperdata with Amazon EMR delivers enhanced analytics related to the performance of jobs running on EMR data in addition to optimizing the performance of jobs in collaboration with instruction and feedback from users. 332 more words


AWS Automation Part 4: Using Terraform for AWS Automation

This is part 4 of a blog post series, in which we explore how to automate Amazon Web Services (AWS) using the Terraform open source… 5,779 more words


Why Oracle Had To Rewire Itself For The Cloud

Oracle may be best known for selling big, pricey business software and databases, but at its annual customer conference this week in San Francisco, the company spent most of the time talking about all things cloud. 902 more words


Govt. finalizes cloud service providers; AWS name missing

The government has finalised provisional empanelment of Cloud Service Offerings of Cloud Service providers (CSPs) coined as MeghRaj today but Amazon Web Services (AWS) name is missing from the list. 60 more words


Larry Ellison says Amazon is '20 years behind' Oracle

http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/technology/larry-ellison-says-amazon-is-20-years-behind-oracle.html Larry Ellison says Amazon is ’20 years behind’ Oracle
Larry Ellison says Amazon is ’20 years behind’ Oracle : Oracle CTO shows off benchmarks with his company’s cloud database beating AWS.Larry Ellison continued his assault on Amazon during his second keynote… #AmazonWebServices, #OracleCloud, #OracleCoFounder, #OracleCTOLarryEllison, #OracleDatabase #Technology Biphoo

Here's What Oracle CEO Mark Hurd Says About Keeping Up With Amazon

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd laid out the case on Monday for why the database giant sees big money in cloud computing.

At Oracle’s annual customer conference in San Francisco, Hurd followed up executive chairman Larry Ellison’s Sunday talk on why the tech giant … 668 more words