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Articles for the keywords: Amazon Web Services
19 Jul 2017 Largest Data Center Companies [65039]
Datamation, July 19th 2017

"When an organization needs a data center, it doesn't necessarily build and operate that data center on its own. Instead, they turn to the many different vendors offer both wholesale and retail data center services.

In fact, the market for data center services seems to be expanding rapidly. The trend toward cloud computing has been a boon to data center providers as many of them count companies like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and IBM among their customers. According to Structure Research, the colocation market was worth $33.59 billion in 2016, a number that is likely to grow 15.2 percent in 2017. And 451 Research predicts that the wholesale and retail colocation markets could be worth $48 billion by 2021..."
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19 Jul 2017 Why Public Cloud Isn't Always The Right Cloud [65009]
IT World Canada, July 19th 2017

"If Goldilocks entered a Tier 3 data centre instead of a bear's den, which cloud model would she find just right - public, private, or hybrid?

With the likes of hyperscale cloud providers Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure opening up Canadian regions over the last couple of years, many Canadian businesses are likely familiar with the public cloud sales pitch by now..."
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16 Jul 2017 AWS and VMware: A Match Made in the Cloud [64829]
Thursday, July 20th, 2017: 6:15 PM to 8:30 PM

Carnival Cruise Lines - Miami

Join us for our next meetup where the VMware experts will educate us about the vSphere-based cloud service running on AWS.

Speakers:

  • Eric Hardcastle, Principal Engineer, VMware
  • Donald Graham, NSX Account Executive, VMware

Agenda:

  • VMware Technology Vision
  • Strategic Partnership between VMware and Amazon Web Services
  • Flexibly Consume Resources While Providing Operational Consistency
  • Leverage Existing Skill sets and Tools Across Your IT Environment
  • Making the Hybrid Cloud Real
  • The Power of VMware Cloud on AWS - Jointly engineered, one-stop shop for customers
  • Easy to Instantiate VMware Across Multiple AWS Regions/Zones
  • A View Through the Eyes of The User - Powerful Use-cases
  • Why Security matters - How VMware secures the environment

This will be a great way to learn more about Amazon Web Services and network with your peers in the technology community, so you don't want to miss out!

Jenny Smith, Jim Walker, Patrick Hannah
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09 Jul 2017 AWS and VMware: A Match Made in the Cloud [64706]
Thursday, July 20th, 2017: 6:15 PM to 8:30 PM

Carnival Cruise Lines - Miami

Join us for our next meetup where the VMware experts will educate us about the vSphere-based cloud service running on AWS.

Speakers:

  • Eric Hardcastle, Principal Engineer, VMware
  • Donald Graham, NSX Account Executive, VMware

Agenda:

  • VMware Technology Vision
  • Strategic Partnership between VMware and Amazon Web Services
  • Flexibly Consume Resources While Providing Operational Consistency
  • Leverage Existing Skill sets and Tools Across Your IT Environment
  • Making the Hybrid Cloud Real
  • The Power of VMware Cloud on AWS - Jointly engineered, one-stop shop for customers
  • Easy to Instantiate VMware Across Multiple AWS Regions/Zones
  • A View Through the Eyes of The User - Powerful Use-cases
  • Why Security matters - How VMware secures the environment

This will be a great way to learn more about Amazon Web Services and network with your peers in the technology community, so you don't want to miss out!

Jenny Smith, Jim Walker, Patrick Hannah
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03 Jul 2017 Is The Public Cloud Out For Disaster Recovery? [64748]
The Datacenter Journal, July 3rd 2017

"ComputerWeekly's Cliff Saran wrote that 'AWS Outage Shows Vulnerability of Cloud Disaster Recovery' in his article of March 6, 2017. He cites the S3 outage suffered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) on February 28, 2017, as an example of the risks you face by running critical systems in the public cloud. 'The consensus is that the public cloud is superior to on-premise datacentres, but AWS's outage, caused by human error, shows that even the most sophisticated cloud IT infrastructure is not infallible,' he said..."
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