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Amazon Sales Surge As Prime and Cloud Businesses Attract More Customers

Amazon.com’s quarterly profit and revenue topped analysts’ expectations by a wide margin as the Prime loyalty program helped the online retail giant attract more customers and revenue surged in its cloud services business. 25 more words

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Amazon Web Services Forges Ahead Like There Is No Competition

Remember the days when people believed that Amazon Web Services was a loss leader for the rest of the company?

That notion started to fade last year when Amazon began breaking out the financial results of its cloud unit. 329 more words

Tech

Amazon Web Services is approaching a $10 billion-a-year business

Amazon Web Services, the company’s cloud computing arm, continues to grow rapidly and is the company’s most profitable segment.

Amazon said today that AWS generated $2.6 billion in revenue during the first quarter, representing 64 percent year-over-year growth. 114 more words

Enterprise

Amazon Web Services is now a nearly $9 billion-a-year cloud-computing machine

Amazon’s cloud-computing division generated $2.57 billion in revenue in the first quarter, the company reported today (April 28). Over the past four quarters, Amazon Web Services has reaped $8.88 billion in sales. 184 more words

Amazon Sales Surge As Prime and Cloud Businesses Attract More Customers

Amazon.com’s quarterly profit and revenue topped analysts’ expectations by a wide margin as the Prime loyalty program helped the online retail giant attract more customers and revenue surged in its cloud services business. 201 more words

Tech

AWS | Step by Step

Getting a handle on what it takes to start using AWS. We’ll read the documentation, blogs, vlogs, issue forums and bring it together from what we’ve learnt in the field to deliver a series of videos and articles for you to get started. 7 more words

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NAT Instance Bandwidth Limitations on EC2

It’s quite common when creating Virtual Private Clouds (VPC) in Amazon Web Services (AWS) to make use of NAT instances to allow Internet connectivity to EC2 instances located in private subsets but one important consideration that is often overlooked is the relationship between instance type and network bandwidth. 101 more words

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