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https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/05/10/aws_summit_london/
Garman reiterated that AWS is working on a VMware version of Outposts – expected in the second half of the year. This will likely lead to a strange situation where Amazon will sell VMware into enterprise data centres.
AWS  VMware  privatecloud  edge  outpost  UK  links  via:Workflow 
16 days ago by cote
Comic Relief switched from multi-cloud to serverless with AWS and saw a 93% cost reduction
As a team, going serverless has given us a lot more velocity, we can rapidly release, we can test the same infrastructure we’re deploying in production, in a pull request environment, in a staging environment, we can rapidly retest ideas- and every developer can do that because we’re using Lambda to load test, so the power it gives you as a developer and engineering team is pretty amazing.
Serverless  cases  aws  cloudnative  proofpoints  links  via:Workflow 
17 days ago by cote
Standard Bank contracts with AWS for mass migration to the cloud
The bank has selected AWS as its preferred cloud provider with the intention of porting its production workloads, including its customer facing platforms and strategic core banking applications to the cloud.
Cloud  Proofpoints  banks  aws  links  via:Workflow 
8 weeks ago by cote
AWS For Everyone: New clues emerge about Amazon's secretive low-code/no-code project
> Earlier reports indicated that AWS has for some time been working on a cloud service that would allow people with little to no software development experience create simple business applications without having to call up the IT department, but it wasn’t clear what that entailed.
aws  citizendeveloper  lowcode  rumours 
january 2019 by cote
AWS, MongoDB, and the Economic Realities of Open Source
> This leaves MongoDB Inc. not unlike the record companies after the advent of downloads: what they sold was not software but rather the tools that made that software usable, but those tools are increasingly obsolete as computing moves to the cloud. And now AWS is selling what enterprises really want.
charts  opensource  cloud  mongodb  aws  pricing 
january 2019 by cote
You wait for one IT giant to show up with its sales figures, then two come at once: Red Hat, Oracle
Still swinging:

> "Jeff Bezos gave the command, 'I want to get off the Oracle database.' And they've been working on this for a few years to try to get off Oracle Database, and get on to the Amazon databases. It's taken Amazon, which is dedicated to doing this, several years, and they are not there yet. Nobody else is going to go through that forced march, to get onto Amazon databases, if Amazon can't even get there without this effort."
larry  cloud  oracle  privatecloud  mysql  aws  databases  auora 
december 2018 by cote
AWS’s Snowball Edge
A private cloud box from Amazon:

> The Snowball Edge Compute Optimized with GPU includes an on-board GPU that you can use to do real-time full-motion video analysis & processing, machine learning inferencing, and other highly parallel compute-intensive work. You can launch an sbe-g instance to gain access to the GPU.

It has Lamda and EC2 capability, targeted at data
manipulation and getting it into (and out of?) AWS. There’s a lot of IoT stuff in AWS now, opening their platform up to things like smart cities, power grid management, and thermostats and lights and shit.
re:Invent  etl  privatecloud  IoT  aws  bibd  cloud 
november 2018 by cote
This is the Amazon everyone should have feared — and it has nothing to do with its retail business
“the massive online retailer once again posted its largest quarterly profit in history — $2.5 billion for the quarter — on the back of two businesses that were afterthoughts just a few years ago: Amazon Web Services, its cloud computing unit, as well as its fast-growing advertising business.”

Good charts, too.
charts  amazon  revenue  qtr_calls  advertising  aws 
july 2018 by cote
Amazon lost cloud market share to Microsoft in the fourth quarter: KeyBanc
For 4Q2017: “Amazon Web Services had 62 percent market share in the quarter, down from 68 percent a year earlier, KeyBanc's Brent Bracelin and other analysts wrote in a note on Thursday. Microsoft Azure jumped from 16 percent to 20 percent, and Google's share increased from 10 percent to 12 percent, they said.”
numbers  gcp  azure  google  cloud  marketshare  aws 
january 2018 by cote
Kubernetes on AWS? — Caution
“They will pull the plug on it. If and when they do so, they will give you tools to migrate you to Fargate at a nice premium. It may cause disruption to your business.”
aws  predictions  kubernetes  cloud 
december 2017 by cote
AWS re:Invent 2017: Goldman Sachs is a Software Company
"One in four employees is an engineer; the company has 1.5 billion lines of code; those engineers have their hands in 7,000+ applications; Goldman is using 200,000 servers in a cloud environment; and Overall, Goldman now has 1.2 million compute cores."
cases  finance  goldman  aws  cloud  proofpoints 
november 2017 by cote
Amazon Web Services Takes on Kubernetes, Offers a Serverless Database Service
“The company has also added some resiliency support, with the help of Heptio. The company will run Kubernetes across three availability zones, to eliminate single points of failure. Unhealthy masters are automatically detected and replaced. This version of K8s is also integrated with other AWS services such as Elastic Load Balancing, IAM (for authentication), AWS CloudTrail and, for networking, Amazon VPC and AWS PrivateLink.”
aws  kubernetes  cloud  amazon 
november 2017 by cote
We survived today's Amazon news avalanche to bring you this: Yes, a managed Kubernetes service will be a thing • The Register
"Jassy is aiming squarely at Oracle's bread and butter," Dave Bartoletti, an analyst with consultancy Forrester said, noting that among enterprises, Oracle workloads have kept companies from moving out of data centers to the cloud. "AWS has been trying to peel off those Oracle workloads and make them easier to extract."
announcements  aws  kubernetes  cloud  containers  reinvent 
november 2017 by cote
Amazon Adds AI, SQL to Analytics Arsenal
(Source: AWS) By any measure, Amazon Web Services is already a monster in the field of analytics via pre-built Hadoop, Redshift, Kinesis, and deep learning services. With today
cloud  AWS  re:invent  AI  announcements 
december 2016 by cote
AWS nabs Capital One as major financial customer for its cloud platform | V3
AWS welcomes Capital One aboard Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced that it has secured the business of Capital One in what marks a notable win of a major financial firm to its cloud platform.
re:invent  cloud  cases  AWS  momentum  customers  finserv 
november 2016 by cote
Can Google Cloud Platform beat out AWS and Microsoft for future enterprise wallet share?
Good coverage and commentary on the recent Google Cloud stuff, including this marketshare sum-up:

"Enterprise service, AWS, which has a network of more than 30,000 enterprise end users, was the most cited (56.6% of survey respondents) for multi-tenant IaaS interest in 2015, with Microsoft's Azure trailing at 42.7%. AWS claims over one million active customers in 190 countries, and reports that it has a roughly $10bn run rate."
numbers  451research  marketshare  Google  enterprise  cloud  publiccloud  cloudnative  AWS  momentum  gae 
march 2016 by cote
Shamefaced Amazon admits to actually MAKING MONEY as cloud biz blooms
"For Q2, AWS brought in $1.82bn in revenue, which was 81.5 per cent higher than in the second quarter of 2014. The division's operating income, on the other hand, was $391m, a 407.8 per cent annual gain."
AWS  cloud  revenue  qtr_calls  numbers 
july 2015 by cote
cote.tumblr.com – AWS has $680m profits on $5.16b LTM
AWS has $680m profits on $5.16b LTM - April 23, 2015 at 09:07PM
IFTTT  Tumblr  AWS  revenue  cloud  numbers  cote.tumblr.com 
april 2015 by cote
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More on HP's cloud re-positioning, AWS financials - April 11, 2015 at 09:53AM
IFTTT  Tumblr  AWS  cloud  hp  publiccloud  cote.tumblr.com 
april 2015 by cote
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Multi-cloud - April 01, 2015 at 08:59PM
IFTTT  Tumblr  AWS  cases  IBM  SoftLayer  hybrid  multicloud  gartner  MindyCancila  cote.tumblr.com 
april 2015 by cote
Pivotal Web Services PaaS Now Comes With Free AWS VMs
“A lot of times, the line of business needs were under pressure to move fast and were going to Amazon themselves,” said James Watters, vice president of Pivotal’s Cloud Platform Group. “Now with Cloud Foundry, we cover the spectrum, between hosted, virtual appliance, dedicated and on-prem.”
pcf1.4  PivotalCoverage  multicloud  hybridcloud  cloud  AWS  Pivotal 
march 2015 by cote
CotéIndustries.com
I think this is how most vendors think (strategically) about getting involved in OpenStack.
slides  cloud  AWS  Amazon  VMware  strategy  OpenStack  diagram  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  tumblr:photo  photo 
november 2014 by cote
Enterprises Gravitate To Amazon’s Cloud
seems to be mostly custom developed software that people move to or use cloud for.
cloud  cases  aws  maturitycycle 
november 2014 by cote
DOD Certifies AWS Cloud for 'Sensitive' Data
Early on, vendors who wanted to compete with AWS would speak to the idea of an “enterprise cloud.” All the US Federal activity that AWS had been up to - including that $600m private cloud for the CIA - seems to nullify most of that. I think what will be more important is targeting the type of application supported: old school, three tier app that are statefull everywhere, or cloud native, microservices apps that are stateless (shoving statefullness of to caches and databases).
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  aws  cloud  enterprisecloud  microservices  stateful  link  tumblr:link 
august 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analysts: Azure Rising? - YouTube
I was on The New Stack Analyst podcast today along with Nancy Gohring, one of the tech reports who’s work I’ve always enjoyed, and, of course, Alex Williams. We discuss Nancy’s recent piece on Azure cloud seeming to grow faster than Amazon’s cloud, the problem with figuring comparisons like this out, some different scenarios for big cloud vendor success and failure based on where the packaged software market goes, and then DaaS and WaaS. The last is a topic I know less about than I’d like, but that never stops a analyst from talking about a topic…at length. Pretty wide-ranging topics, but all trying to sort through what “IT” is becoming with all this cloud nonsense running around. My connection was slow so I shut down my video. Enjoy milkman meets pie man.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  thenewstack  AWS  Azure  cloud  NancyGohring  DaaS  WaaS  video  podcasts  CoteSpeaking  tumblr:video 
july 2014 by cote
Dropbox - AMZN 2014Q4.html
I took a look at Amazon’s recent earnings call transcript. Not as details-rich as CA’s, and more widely covered, but some little bits and pieces here. See the stand-alone HTML file in my dropbox share, and the raw markdown file if you prefer that. I’m still looking for a better way to render there if anyone has ideas.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  AMZN  Amazon  AWS  qtr_calls  marginalia  qtr_marginalia  CriticMarkup  link  tumblr:link 
july 2014 by cote
CotéIndustries.com
We all use the same type of data center, same type of hardware more or less, there’s definitely margin on the cogs of operating those goods.
cloud  aws  pricing  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  quote  tumblr:quote 
july 2014 by cote
SoftwareDefinedTalk
"We run the CIA's cloud. Here's my card." - podcast -
AWS 
july 2014 by cote
CotéIndustries.com
Focusing on developers has it’s rewards. From one of Stephen O’Grady’s recent presentations. Check out the stylee-y on that Netcraft logo!
devrel  charts  redmonk  cloud  AWS  growth  momemtum  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  tumblr:photo  photo 
june 2014 by cote
CotéIndustries.com
Checking out Amazon WorkSpaces. AWS gave me some credits to poke around.
DaaS  VDI  screenshots  AWS  virtualdesktops  Windows  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  tumblr:photo  photo 
may 2014 by cote
Infor bets big on Amazon Web Services for cloud ERP | CITEworld
A few weeks ago, I talked with Chris Kanaracus for his story on Infor moving parts of their application portfolio to Amazon Web Services. Chris said this looked like a pretty strong endorsement for using AWS, and asked for my thoughts, which were: Yes, this a nice vote a confidence for AWS. However, I think most SaaS companies would look at AWS as capable of being used like this. There might be questions about pricing long-term, but technologically it’s just a stack of middleware running on a bunch of servers. The larger bet by Infor is around that: do they want to align their application to Amazon’s services and cloud-based middleware? (Maybe they’re not and just using raw EC2, S3, etc…but you’d assume they’d want to use things like Red Shift and other services/middleware offered by Amazon). What with the pricing war that Google is announcing right now (reducing cloud prices by 32% across the board for it’s Google Cloud offering, and deeper for some other services), Infor has to be thinking that the costs will be cheap. The longer-term hope is that their agility - measured by how fast they can code and releases features to their existing products, as well as modify how current features work - will increase as well. We all know in our guts that after 4-5 years, software is incredibly hard to change due to the code getting stale, supporting middleware being antiquated, and the difficulty of shifting around the underlying infrastructure. I’m not sure “cloud” will solve those problem, but hopefully it’ll make it a bit better. (Enterprises tend to be more leery of relying on cloud and are feeding the current interest in “private cloud”, along with vendors who’d love to preserve that market. Enterprise FUD around public cloud is mostly because their needs are much different than ISVs/SaaSes: enterprises have 100’s, if not 1,000’s of applications behind their firewall that must be supported that may be technologically, culturally, or otherwise incompatible due to drivers like policies and regulations.)
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  presspass  cloud  Infor  AWS  cases  type:originalcontent  link  tumblr:link 
april 2014 by cote
AWS opens its desktop as a service to the market, joins the growing DaaS fray
Our report on Amazon WorkSpaces is up. The full report is available for 451 research clients, but here’s the 451 Take. When it comes to making things cheap, few companies have the zeal and credibility of Amazon. While new, mostly non-Microsoft devices are rapidly changing and fragmenting the end-user device market, there’s still a palpable need to support existing Windows applications. DaaS seems like a viable ‘green screen’ strategy for supporting these corporate applications on new devices. While some of the early reviews of Amazon WorkSpaces have surfaced, the usual bucket of 1.0 hiccups, like speed and locale shenanigans, will undoubtedly be ironed out. The DaaS space is just emerging as a broad market, and we predict many players on this scene, each hopefully figuring out new and unique ways to differentiate. You can always apply for a free trial to take a test run behind the paywall.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  451Reports  451  DaaS  virtualdesktops  amazon  AWS  desktops  link  tumblr:link 
april 2014 by cote
Moz's 2013 Year in Review: More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Moz, and Then Even More - Moz
We spent part of 2012 and all of 2013 building a private cloud in Virginia, Washington, and mostly Texas. This was a big bet with over $4 million in capital lease obligations on the line, and the good news is that it’s starting to pay off. On a cash basis, we spent $6.2 million at Amazon Web Services, and a mere $2.8 million on our own data centers. The business impact is profound. We’re spending less and have improved reliability and efficiency. Our gross profit margin had eroded to ~64%, and as of December, it’s approaching 74%. We’re shooting for 80 %, and I know we’ll get there in 2014. About $51,000/month on AWS for those who like to track these things by month. Spotted by Nancy Gohring.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  AWS  spend  privatecloud  cases  numbers  cloud  Moz  cloudspend  link  tumblr:link 
january 2014 by cote
Amazon Testing Private Cloud Waters With Cloud Storage Hardware Appliance
"AWS will have a long way to go to be able to accomplish this. They will need architects in the field, real people, they will need the help of the channel, allowing them to architect, sell and make good margin — perhaps white-label themselves like we have done with others," Shepard told CRN.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  storage  cloud  aws  amazon  hybrid  backup  DR  link  tumblr:link 
december 2013 by cote
Amazon CIA cloud row: US judge slaps down IBM as 'manipulative', inferior • The Register
The contentious section asked the parties to price up a fault-tolerant cluster of 1,000s of commodity servers running a MapReduce scatter-gather job on about 100TB of data with a 100 per cent duty cycle. In other words, the CIA wanted Amazon and IBM to cost out a cloud cluster that would run MapReduce continuously for a year so spies could prod large chunks of data.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  privacy  numbers  cloud  security  IBM  AWS  Amazon  cases  bigdata  CIA  spying  link  tumblr:link 
november 2013 by cote
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