Tag Archives: AWS

May 15, 2018

Cloudera’s Transition: Migrating to the Next Stage

Judith Hurwitz and Jean Bozman Cloudera was a company at the right place and at the right time when it became a leader in Hadoop analytics in the past decade. Today, it is a leader with strong brand recognition. But it is clear to anyone who has participated or observed the data management market, that […]

February 20, 2018

AWS: Moving Beyond Infrastructure to Monetize its Ecosystem

I few months have past since I attended my first Amazon re:Invent conference. I have had some time to reflect on my observations about the meeting. It was indeed an impressive event with a massive number of sessions and an electricity that was palpable. What stood out was the homogeneity of the attendees who were […]

July 29, 2016

AWS Customers Leverage Hybrid Cloud — And Some Are “All In”

Ten years after Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched its first Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) service, AWS is providing a world-wide “snapshot” of the state of customer adoption. AWS executives are traveling around the globe, hosting 30+ free Summits to attract prospective and current customers, in a year-long effort. This format is revealing more detail about […]

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April 24, 2015

Five Reasons that IBM Will Thrive in the Hybrid Cloud

 As more and more enterprises are moving to cloud services to support mission critical business services the stakes for vendors are growing higher. The conventional wisdom over the past several years is that Amazon Web Services (AWS)– the gorilla in the cloud services market is the most affordable and inevitable leader. Amazon initially built a […]

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