The year's biggest stories on DCK were about the pandemic, energy, security, Kubernetes, cloud computing, edge computing, and investment trends.
After years of struggling to catch up, the German open source software firm buys what might be the ticket to finally turning around.
A new era of commercial supersonic air travel could be coming by the end of the decade, thanks in part to Boom Supersonic's use of AWS' cloud computing power.
Amazon CTO Werner Vogels talks about challenges resulting from the pandemic and announces new services during the third week of the re:Invent 2020 virtual conference.
The company said investigations so far show the malicious software wasn’t used to attack others and didn’t impact customer data or outward-facing systems.
Now its own operating system, the hyperconverged infrastructure software goes into general availability with stretch clustering, key hybrid cloud capabilities.