Amazon S3 News & Articles
| Friday Nov 30, 2012
Earlier in the week Amazon slashed its storage prices on S3. In response, Google -- which just upgraded its cloud services -- slashed its storage prices not once, but twice, reducing the overall costs by 30% in one week.
| Wednesday Nov 28, 2012
Amazon announced yet another price drop on its S3 Storage Service as its Web Services continues to change how cloud computing is done.
| Monday Nov 5, 2012
IT managers looking to keep a close eye on their businesses' AWS and S3 usage can now monitor the situation from the comfort of their executive iPad.
| Thursday Sep 6, 2012
It’s been another DAM week … and in this past week’s digital asset management news, Front Porch Digital and Nuxeo update, axel video gets radically simple, Amazon hearts CORS, and some thoughts about EMI’s needs and filenames’ possibilities.
| Friday Mar 23, 2012
A look to the (near) future of cloud computing and some good news -- we hope -- for those considering the deployment of private clouds. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has partnered with Eucalyptus to enable private cloud users to migrate workloads to Amazon’s public cloud.
| Wednesday Feb 15, 2012
FileTrek launches its cloud-based file sharing and tracking solution, while SpiderOak announces the Nimbus.io cloud storage service, which is priced below that of Amazon S3.
| Thursday Apr 21, 2011
It's been a busy month for Nuxeo, provider of the open source Nuxeo Document Management platform. The lastest update includes the ability to wire your Enterprise CMS repository into Amazon's S3 cloud storage service. Read on for details.
| Monday Nov 23, 2009
CloudBerry Lab (news, site), a young player in the cloud computing game, has just announced some updates for helping users manage and backup their files in their Amazon S3 accounts.
| Thursday Nov 5, 2009
Competition to provide document management in the cloud is always fairly stiff, but with the addition of CyanGate’s S-Dive to Salesforce.com’s (news, site) AppExchange, it’s likely to get even stiffer.
What this new partnership will do is to give companies that sign up for a single company account with AppExchange unlimited space in the Amazon cloud to store content of any kind and share it by simply downloading it from within the Salesforce.com platform.
| Thursday Aug 27, 2009
Got an Amazon S3 account? Why not back up your data to it? That's the premise of CloudBerry's (news, site) S3 Backup tool that enters a new beta phase as it gets closer to primetime.
| Wednesday Jun 24, 2009
CloudBerry's (news, site) freeware browser for Amazon S3 has been a big hit since its launch back in March. Now the company is bringing new features and offering extra peace of mind.
| Tuesday Mar 17, 2009
The ASP.NET-based, SaaS Agility CMS received several new features in its March update iteration.
There’s a new dashboard that gives Agility users a good look into the happenings of their sites, content linking capability and support for cloud storage in Amazon S3. Let’s look at these updates in detail.
| Tuesday Mar 10, 2009
In October of last year Sitefinity announced version 3.5 of the .NET built web content management solution. That new version was built for optimal performance among other new features and enhancements. With the increasing amount of content that needs be available to a global audience, performance issues are certainly a primary concern for organizations.
That is why Telerik has choosen to not only provide performance optimization within its content management system, but they have also announced the integration of Sitefinity with Amazon S3 for cloud-based storage.
| Friday Jan 9, 2009
Now that Amazon Web Services is starting to gain traction in the hosted application market, AWS today announced a new tool that will allow Amazon Web Service users to keep tabs on their AWS services. The first release of the management console is focused on the Elastic Compute Cloud (or EC2), AWS' virtualized server computing resource.
We have seen tools such as Ylastic that allow for monitoring of AWS utilities such as Amazon EC2, S3, SQS and SimpleDB, but the newly released tool from Amazon Web Services is the first to originate from AWS itself.
| Wednesday Dec 10, 2008
Amazon Web Services, the hosted application environment from Amazon.com, announced the availability of the Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) in Europe. Having Amazon EC2 in Europe will mean developers and businesses can build applications and websites on the EC2 platform with less latency, as computational data will not have to travel across the Internet as a part of the workload.