If you want to win enterprise workloads to your cloud, making it easy for in-house admins to manage their resources from a familiar screen is a good way to start.
Now AWS has a directory for its cloud resources that also reaches into on-premises implementations.
Amazon Web Services rolls out tiny T2 EC2 instances that can burst up to handle occasional workload spikes.
Amazon will keep fielding EC2 instances that have been around since 2006, but it will steer customers to newer, more powerful and efficient resources. The question is: how long will this last?
The team used their own visual effects and rendering expertise atop Amazon’s brawn to do the sort special effects that succeed because you don’t know they’re there.
New high-IOPS I2 instances suit use with NoSQL databases and other I/O-sensitive applications. AWS announced plans for these instances in November and is delivering them now.
The new release is the first to explicitly take Abiquo past its enterprise roots, as the company is now also pitching to service providers who want to serve hybrid-curious enterprises.
Amazon is scheduling what looks to be a significant number of reboots to customer EC2 instances in the coming weeks. Customers started getting letters informing them of the instance restarts on Tuesday, according to Cloudscaling. It is unclear what issue the patches address.
Fyels just launched a new service for file sharing through Twitter, and it comes with almost no strings attached: The service offers unlimited, free and ad-free storage, and files can be as large as 9 GB each. Almost sounds to good to be true, doesn’t it?
Virtualization holds lots of promise: Move your physical machines to virtual ones, and you’ll reclaim capacity at the same time that you…