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AWS Enterprise Summit 2015

I attended the AWS Enterprise Summit 2015 in London yesterday (16/04/014) and my first impression was that AWS has grown of age since the last summit back in October last year; I thought the event would be dwarfed by the massive… 905 more words

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Keynote From The Amazon Web Services Summit January 2015

If you are an Amazon Web Services user (aka AWS or Amazon Cloud or Amazon EC2) or are thinking about giving these services a test drive, you may be interested in this video of the Keynote address by Andy Jassy (Senior Vice President, Amazon Web Services) at the AWS Summit in  January 2015. 476 more words


AWS appeals to big data users with Dense Storage

Despite most users’ casual usage of cloud computing, every fraction of a second and every byte of data counts – especially when you’re dealing with big data systems, huge amounts of information and vast numbers of calculations. 376 more words


VICTORY! Daredevil has audio description with more to come

Today marks a historical victory for our team, Netflix, and the blind community. Today, Netflix has added audio description to their original show Daredevil.

Netflix has announced in… 440 more words


EDB Expands Data Privacy with Enhanced Cloud Encryption on AWS

EnterpriseDB (EDB) today announced expanded data encryption for its Postgres Plus Cloud Database products on Amazon Web Services. The new level of security provides greater data protection that governments and many companies often demand in the cloud. 285 more words


Big Analytics Roundup (April 13, 2015)

This week:  Microsoft closes on the acquisition of Revolution Analytics, plus lots of cloud news driven by the AWS Summit in San Francisco.

But the top item for the week is… 495 more words


Amazon Machine Learning Renders Amazon's Analytic Tools More Broadly Available

Amazon Web Services recently announced the availability of machine learning technology that allows developers to create predictive analytics by using the same algorithms that Amazon uses to manage its supply chain inventory and operations. 240 more words

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