Amazon (AMZON) has launched its CloudFront content delivery network, along with some details about the locations of its data centers. Read More
Amazon.com (AMZN) appears to be the tenant in a large new data center rising on the banks of the Columbia River in Oregon. Read More
Amazon’s EC2 compute-on-demand service has moved out of beta and added a Service Level Agreement for 99.95 percent uptime. (AMZN) Read More
Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) is now storing more than 29 billion, an increase of 7 billion from the previous quarter. Amazon says it will cut prices for S3 on Nov. 1. Read More
Amazon (AMAZON) says its EC2 utility computing service now supports Microsoft Windows Server and Microsoft SQL Server. Read More
Amazon Web Services is planning to launch a content delivery network (CDN), adding a name-brand low cost competitor to an already crowded sector. Read More
Cloudbursting: “An application hosting model which combines existing corporate infrastructure with new, cloud-based infrastructure to create a powerful, highly scalable application hosting environment.” Read More
Amazon has launched Elastic Block Services (EBS), adding persistent storage capabilities to its cloud computing service, expanding the utility and potential uses of Amazon’s platform.
Amazon (AMZN) has issued a detailed timeline and explanation of last Sunday’s lengthy outage for its S3 utility storage service.
Amazon reports that an issue with a load balancer caused a small number of S3 customers to experienced file corruption when using MD5.
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