Amazon’s cloud can’t get a break
Amazon’s cloud suffered yet another outage and killed off several apps and websites, including those of streaming service Hulu, office messaging app Slack and Epic Games.
Cloud is starting to break the internet
I canna hold her captain
Increasing dependence on cloud structures are starting to hurt the internet infrastructure, according to NBC news.
Amazon announces AWS Private 5G
For those wanting to use 5G to build private network
Amazon has announced the preview of “AWS Private 5G,” which is a new service that aims to make it easy to deploy and manage your own private 5G network.
Intel comes up with an aggressive manufacturing roadmap
Analysis: Intel 7, Intel 4 Intel 3, and Intel A20 angstrom
The nanometer branding has been quite an inaccurate way to describe the transition size and the performance. After maintaining desktop and especially mobile leadership for the most part with 14nm, Intel is happy to report that the second-generation 10 nm is in heavy volume. 10nm is now represented more than 14nm volume, but Intel decided to change the way it calls its manufacturing processes.
AWS boss warns about digital transformation stall
Companies change their minds now things are getting back to normal
AWS is worried that companies are going to stall their digital transformation plans now that the COVID crisis is winding down.
AWS bod shows Windows 10 on ARM
If Vole licensed the OS to the public
An Amazon Web Services (AWS) virtualisation engineer has shown what Windows 10 on ARM could be like if Microsoft licensed its ARM-based OS to the public rather than just to Windows 10 manufacturers.
Oracle loses JEDI appeal
The force was not strong in this one
A US appeals court rejected Oracle's challenges to the Pentagon's disputed $10 billion cloud-computing contract.
SAP having German renaissance
Apparently working AWS is a bigger mystery
The maker of expensive management software, which no-one is really sure what does, is doing well in Germany because companies are even more bemused by Amazon Web Services.
Amazon might spin off its cloud services
Top Augur sees it in the entrails
A top divination expert who has a string of viable predictions under his belt, thinks that Amazon will spin off its cloud business in the near future.
Shutting the open sauce bottle
Only helping the big guys
While open source software has revolutionised the enterprise software world, a few people are starting to wonder if its very nature will survive the age of the cloud.