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15 Feb 2017 Veritas Announces New Technology Alliance with AWS to Deliver Streamlined Path to the Cloud for Enterprises [60725]
Veritas 360 Data Management accelerates data migration to the cloud, boosts application performance for cloud workloads and orchestrates disaster recovery to AWS

Veritas Technologies announced a technology alliance with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver Veritas 360 Data Management capabilities to enterprises leveraging AWS infrastructure -- accelerating migration to the cloud and improving the management of applications and data across hybrid cloud environments.

The collaboration between the two companies further supports the commitment from Veritas to enable data management capabilities across hybrid architectures for customers, and to help enterprise IT organizations successfully navigate their journey to the cloud. As customers continue adopting cloud into their architectures, Veritas, through its software-driven approach, helps enterprises to integrate and move data and applications environments at their desired pace while protecting legacy hardware and software investments, retaining visibility and governance over data, and future choice over infrastructure.
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12 Feb 2017 Stacking up the Cloud Vendors: AWS vs. Microsoft Azure, IBM, Google, Oracle [60338]
ZDNet, February 3rd, 2017

"It's not easy tracking the girth of public cloud providers amid run rates, as-a-service sales projections, and a lack of transparency," writes Larry Dignan in ZDNet. "Here's how AWS stacks up against Microsoft Azure, IBM, Google, and Oracle...

Amazon Web Services continues to lead the cloud pack as it delivered a 2016 operating profit of $3.1 billion on revenue of $12.22 billion, up from $7.88 billion in 2015..."
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12 Feb 2017 Cloud.Gov Clears FedRAMP [60343]
FCW, February 3rd, 2017

Chase Gunter writes in FCW, "The General Services Administration-run cloud.gov hosting platform has completed the final stage of Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program assessment.

The clearance makes Cloud.gov the first fully open-sourced service to attain FedRAMP authorization, according to a Feb. 2 blog post from GSA's 18F innovation shop.

Cloud.gov is a platform-as-a-service developed by 18F that aims to help agencies improve their IT management. The site, which runs on Amazon Web Services' GovCloud, handles many of the FedRAMP technical and compliance requirements of the underlying cloud platform, and allows agencies to focus on their web applications and code instead..."
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08 Feb 2017 2 Technical Choices By Oracle That Reveal Its Cloud Infrastructure Strategy [60494]
By Chris Murphy, Oracle, February 8th, 2017

Chris writes in Forbes, "Oracle's investments in its infrastructure-as-a-service architecture, especially as they apply to helping companies move existing data center workloads into the cloud, reveal where Oracle expects to differentiate its IaaS offerings from those of Amazon Web Services.

Why should business or government leaders care about this technical differentiation? "They'll try to move their stuff to other clouds, and they'll find out they can't move it," says Clay Magouyrk, vice president of engineering for Oracle's cloud infrastructure service and a former Amazon engineer. "This is why they should care."..."
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03 Feb 2017 Stacking up the Cloud Vendors: AWS vs. Microsoft Azure, IBM, Google, Oracle [60240]
ZDNet, February 3rd, 2017

"It's not easy tracking the girth of public cloud providers amid run rates, as-a-service sales projections, and a lack of transparency. Here's how AWS stacks up against Microsoft Azure, IBM, Google, and Oracle...

Amazon Web Services continues to lead the cloud pack as it delivered a 2016 operating profit of $3.1 billion on revenue of $12.22 billion, up from $7.88 billion in 2015..."
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