Amazon Kendra feels like a lost opportunity to onboard AWS customers of a different stripe.
Azure’s capacity issues cast a pall over public cloud that extends well beyond just Microsoft.
Updated: May 1, 2020. See the bottom of this article for some clarifications. Today, news broke that Zoom signed a deal with Oracle Cloud to host their cloud infrastructure, beating out AWS, Azure, and GCP. You might expect that this is about to be a post full of Oracle bashing. You’re about to be disappointed. […]
There are few things less satisfying than when you set up to dunk on a Google product, but discover it’s unexpectedly awesome.
AWS’s free tier was imagined as a no-risk way to test out AWS services before building meaningful infrastructure on the platform. The reality has become something very different.
Twitter asked a bunch of questions about the AWS bill; I took it upon myself to respond to a selection of them.
The changelogs.md AWS bill was opened to our analysis. Here’s what we found…
The problem with IBM Cloud’s aggressive marketing campaign is that someone might actually try using it.