Amazon delivered its quarterly report and it was bad news as the company turned in its first unprofitable year in almost a decade.
AWS and SAP have announced a new partnership aimed at helping customers accelerate their digital transformation.
AWS has scored a big win, securing a cloud contract with the US Navy worth some $723,878,930 over five years.
AWS CEO Adam Selipsky is trying to convince customers that cloud computing can save them money, but many are unconvinced.
The Pentagon has awarded contracts to multiple cloud vendors as it seeks to replace the defunct JEDI contract.
AWS is unveiling its latest initiative designed to help it remain the cloud leader: the AWS Digital Sovereignty Pledge.
General Dynamics, T-Mobile, AWS, Cisco, Dell Technologies, and Splunk have formed a coalition to accelerate 5G and edge adoption.
Formula 1 (F1) has renewed and expanded its partnership with AWS for machine learning, AI, and cloud technologies.
Amazon is raising starting pay for front-line workers, paying them an average of $19 per hour at a cost of nearly $1 billion.
Cloudflare is going to great lengths to capture more of the startup market, launching a $1.25 billion fund.
Oracle has brought its MySQL HeatWave to AWS in an effort to help customers keep costs down and benefit from Oracle’s services.
AWS is preparing to unveil a new tool that aims to help advertisers work within the various data privacy rules that are currently hindering them.
AWS has launched its Private 5G service, although it currently only supports the older 4G LTE.
AWS has unveiled new hands-on training programs to make it even easier for individuals to learn about cloud computing.
AWS’ SVP of Sales and Marketing is calling out Microsoft for its cloud licensing terms, despite the latter company’s recent changes.
Microsoft surprised the industry Netflix chose the Redmond company for its advertising ambitions, but Microsoft had a winning formula.
A new report on the DevOps industry should be a concern for the top three cloud providers, showing that organizations are increasingly looking for alternate providers.