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You may not have heard of OpenSCG, but Amazon Web Services has.

A week ago, AWS quietly acquired the PostgreSQL migration services company founded by PostgreSQL veteran Denis Lussier. While some PostgreSQL fans weren’t happy about the move, the Open...
Imagine getting into a nightclub for free, no cover. Now, imagine leaving the club later that night, and it charges you a cover charge to leave.

That’s pretty much what the cloud providers do. Public cloud providers charge egress fees to move data o...
A standout field with hysterical puns about security policies, Meltdown, Amazon Web Services, and the right to be forgotten.

And the winner is ...
After protests and criticisms of deal with Rean LLC, DOD “narrows scope.”
Serverless computing might be the flavor of the month, but it’s really nothing new.

Developes have been using its underlying technology for a long time now, because it has powered much of the public cloud’s platform-as-a-service features.

Fire up a ...
Apple also stores data with Amazon S3.
Launched in 2011, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has had to do some catching up to market leader Amazon Web Services (AWS), its most direct competitor as a purer cloud play.

But Google had no experience servicing large enterprise IT, and so has spent seve...
Oracle isn’t normally one to expose its fetishes, but the company’s fixation on Amazon Web Services has become glaringly, disturbingly obvious. Whether at OpenWorld, in analyst briefings, or on Twitter, Oracle can’t seem to talk about anything else....
Of all of the various ways in which companies can leverage cloud computing, establishing a cloud-based relational database would seem to be among the most straightforward. While companies may choose to set up their own database servers in the cloud,...
Portability means that you can move an application from one host environment to another, including cloud to cloud such as from Amazon Web Services to Microsoft Azure.

The work needed to complete the porting of an application from one platform to ano...
Amazon Web Services has added Google’s Go language (Golang) to the roster of supported language on its AWS Lamdba serverless computing platform.

Also added is support for Microsoft’s .Net Core 2.0 when developing in the C# language.How to get starte...
CPU utilization up, throughput down, but a second fix may have restored normal service Log-sniffing vendor SolarWinds has used its own wares to chronicle the application of Meltdown and Spectre patches on its own Amazon Web Services infrastructure, and...