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Amazon Web Services delivers a mature set of services specifically designed for the unique security, compliance, privacy, and governance requirements of large organizations. With a technology platform that is both broad and deep, customer-obsessed Professional Services and Support organizations, robust training programs, and an ecosystem tens-of-thousands strong, AWS can help you move faster and do more.
Building and running your business starts with compute, whether you are building mobile apps, or running massive clusters to sequence the human genome. AWS has over 70 infrastructure services and plans to deliver more than 1,000 new features in 2016. With more than twice as many compute instance families, twice the compliance certifications, and the largest global footprint of any other cloud vendor, AWS provides a robust and scalable platform to help organizations of all types and sizes innovate quickly.
AWS offers multiple compute products allowing you to deploy, run, and scale your applications as virtual servers, containers, or code.
AWS Cloud Storage
Cloud storage is a critical component of cloud computing, holding the information used by applications. Big data analytics, data warehouses, Internet of Things, databases, and backup and archive applications all rely on some form of data storage architecture. Cloud storage is typically more reliable, scalable, and secure than traditional on-premises storage systems.
AWS offers a complete range of cloud storage services to support both application and archival compliance requirements. Select from object, file, and block storage services as well as cloud data migration options to start designing the foundation of your cloud IT environment.
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In a world of increasing connectedness, through social media and the Internet of Things, there seems to be an ever growing pressure for businesses to adopt cloud environments and ITaaS mentalities. However, many are still skeptical about how the cloud can help their business and even what the cloud is in the first place. Don’t worry, cloud doesn’t mean that your data is hanging out in those puffy white collections of water vapor in the sky and rain doesn’t send your archived data down the storm drain.
This week, the eyes of tech industry analysts have been focused on Las Vegas, as those analysts waited for possible major announcements coming out of the IBM InterConnect conference. On Monday, we got our first taste of just such an announcement. IBM and VMware announced a new hybrid cloud partnership that will allow users of VMware tools such as vSphere, NSX and Virtual SAN to deploy their existing VMware infrastructures on IBM SoftLayer, the company’s public cloud IaaS offering. For two companies that have long talked of hybrid cloud as an important opportunity to provide greater flexibility and choice for users, the announcement is certainly a momentous occasion.