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Amazon WorkSpaces Speeds The PC’s Demise

Apparently, Amazon isn’t content with taking on the enterprise server market and the likes of HP, Dell and IBM in the data center. Now, with WorkSpaces — introduced at Amazon’s re:Invent conference last week — the cloud computing giant is going after what’s left of the PC business with a new VDI-like alternative. On reflection, […]

AWS re:Invent 2013 Rumors of the data center’s demise have been greatly exaggerated #reinvent

SiliconANGLEs theCUBE broadcast live from AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas this week. Aaron Peterson, the senior vice president of product management for IO dropped by to talk about how AWSs dominant presence in the cloud computing market is not necessarily the death knell so many are predicting for the traditional data storage warehouse market. […]

Amazon’s soft monopoly : 3 potential outcomes for public cloud

John Furrier and Dave Vellante, theCUBE co-hosts, kicked off Day 2 of AWS re:Invent conference with Jerry Chen of Greylock Partners. As his bio reveals, “Jerry invests in new enterprise applications and in all aspects of cloud and application infrastructure,” so he was invited to elaborate on the OpenStack vs. Amazon bet. “OpenStack is the […]

How OpenStack Should Prepare Itself for the Enterprise

CIO — Last week’s OpenStack Summit left me with some strong impressions, along with some questions and reservations. The bottom line: If you’re an enterprise CIO, OpenStack is going to be very important to your future. First, in terms of overall energy and tone, the Summit reminded me of last November’s Amazon Web Services AWS Re:invent conference. Both conferences exuded the unmistakable […]

Amazon Redshift cloud data warehouse generally available

Amazon Web Services has made available to all users its cloud-based data warehouse Redshift, which it pitches as a lower-cost alternative to on-premise deployments. Amazon Redshift was first announced as a limited preview at the AWS re:Invent conference, but has now been made generally available from its US East (North Virginia) data centre and will […]

HP’s Cloud: The Giant Ship Lost its Way

Last month I attended HP Discover (disclosure: my participation was supported by Ivy  World and HP, just a week after I attended the disruptive AWS re:Invent conference.  It felt like a retreat from the future of cloud.  HP stands still, not taking the initiatives and real risks expected of a true industry leader. At the […]

The high-volume, low-margin cloud

One of the highlights of Amazon’s re:Invent conference, which happened a couple of weeks ago in Las Vegas, was the clear statement (and constant reinforcement) by Amazon executives that with AWS they are pursuing a high-volume, low-margin strategy. This, they claim, means the replication of Amazon’s retail model to their cloud offerings: selling services at […]

Red Hat Unwraps OpenShift Enterprise At Amazon Event

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Red Hat announced Tuesday it is broadening its cloud development platform to include better managed developer workflows and automated provisioning of an application for a cloud deployment. The announcement was made at Amazon Web Services (AWS) Re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, which gets underway Tuesday. Re:Invent is a user event to discuss best practices in making use […]

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