Boston-based startup wants to bring analysis of billions of data points to non-techies and now adds an alerting service and an AWS S3 archiving option to the mix.
Less than year after hitting the 1 trillion object mark, Amazon S3 is now storing more than 2 trillion objects. That’s a lot any way you slice it and highlights AWS’s role as an underpinning of today’s web.
Paris-based eNovance will resell Inktank’s Ceph services and the two companies apparently already have a mystery customer. And, quelle surprise! eNovance is also deeply involved in a government-sponsored project to rival Amazon Web Services.
Since the dawn of the digital age we’ve scattered information about ourselves on the web, inside home computers and laptops and in online storage lockers. It’s the reason we love Facebook. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime for marketers. And its the reason Caringo exists.
Amazon S3 now hosts more than a trillion objects for its cloud computing customers, proving once again that AWS is the king of the cloud. That’s 142 objects for every person on Planet Earth or 3.3 objects for every star in the galaxy.
Basho, a startup that’s already jumped into the NoSQL database deep end, just released cloud-based storage services built on that NoSQL foundation. Expect the competition to be fierce: RiakCS joins a huge pool of cloud storage offerings from everyone from Amazon to Zettanet.
In its bid to stay the high-volume, low-margin provider of cloud storage, Amazon cut prices on standard S3 storage, according to the Amazon Web Services website. The price changes — good for the U.S. region — are retroactive to February 1.
Amazon Web Services is rolling out a new feature called Storage Gateway that lets companies upload data to its cloud-storage services directly from their on-premise storage systems. This should enable cloud cloud backup and cloud bursting without worries about latency as data traverses the Internet.
Another day, another Amazon web service: This time, Amazon is making it easier for authorized business users to manage their Amazon Web Services infrastructure after signing on — once — to their corporate network. That sign-on will give them access to AWS Management Console.
If it’s possible to make “unlimited” more unlimited, Backblaze says it has done so with the latest release of its online storage service. Users can now store bigger files than ever or whole VMs, for the same $5 per computer per month price Backblaze charged before.
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