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Developers can now undo database clusters on Amazon Aurora with new backtrack feature

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has added a new ‘undo’ feature to its Aurora database engine. Called Backtrack for Amazon Aurora, the feature will allow users to quickly move an Aurora database to a prior p...

Worldwide public cloud market to hit $186.4 billion, with hyperscale cloud providers dominating it: Gartner

According to a new analysis by Gartner, public cloud services market is projected to grow from $153.5 billion in 2017 to $186.4 billion in 2018, which is a rise of 21.4 percent. Amongst the cloud segm...

Amazon’s AI-based image recognition technology now available to Australian developers

Amazon Web Services announced availability of Amazon Rekognition in Asia Pacific (Sydney) region. Amazon Rekognition is a deep learning based technology that can analyze images and video files stored ...

Google brings advanced Stackdriver features to non-premium users 

Google is bringing advanced functionalities and simplified pricing model to its Stackdriver— the monitoring, logging and diagnostic solution for applications that run on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) an...

AWS Serverless Application Repository now generally available 

Amazon Web Services yesterday announced the general availability of Serverless Application Repository, which was available for public preview yet. The Serverless Application Repository makes it easier...

Veeam acquires N2WS, strengthens its position as data protection provider for AWS Cloud 

Switzerland-based software firm, Veeam, has acquired N2WS, a leading provider of IaaS data protection, with a cloud-native backup and disaster recovery solution designed especially for AWS workloads. ...

Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities affecting all computing and mobile devices around the world

The recently discovered set of malicious actors (Spectre and Meltdown) which affect almost all the computing and mobile devices around the world, have created a buzz among the tech companies. As repor...

Amazon and Salesforce planning to move away from Oracle database

Amazon seems to have made some progress toward open source database technology and is likely to stop preferring Oracle database software soon. On Tuesday, The Information said that along with AWS, Sal...

Nvidia prohibits datacenter deployment of GeForce GPUs 

Nvidia recently made a big change to the licensing agreement of its GeForce software which doesn’t allow users to deploy GeForce GPUs and Titan GPUs in data centers. Certainly, the users aren’t happy ...

QTS and AWS collaborate to offer colocation solution to cloud customers 

QTS Realty Trust, the leading provider of data center and hybrid IT solutions, has entered into a strategic collaboration with AWS to offer AWS customers direct connected colocation solution, that wil...

Amazon Aurora now available with PostgreSQL compatibility

The public cloud computing leader, Amazon Web Services (AWS), announced the general availability of Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL compatibility. Amazon Aurora is the database engine of AWS that merges...

AWS makes a huge change to its cloud pricing

The cloud market leader – Amazon Web Services, on Monday, made a significant move to charge its customers by the seconds rather than by the hour for use of its EC2- the prime computing engine at...

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