Amazon SageMaker adds a data science studio, experiment tracking, production monitoring, and automated machine learning capabilities.
Stories by Scott Carey
This week thousands of technologists will descend on Las Vegas for one of the biggest technology conferences of the year, AWS re:invent.
The container orchestration tool Kubernetes continues to gain momentum as enterprises leap from pilot projects to production.
Salesforce has been talking up the capabilities of the analytics vendor but any vision of the future for the combined vendors remains muddy.
HSBC believes that it can differentiate by building the best possible developer experience for anyone wanting to access and use its set of APIs.
We compare the hybrid cloud solutions from the big three public cloud providers and beyond.
The popular platform-as-a-service Cloud Foundry still requires plenty of work, expertise and organisational culture change if users are to really reap the benefits it promises.
VMware recently reached an agreement to acquire fellow Dell EMC family member Pivotal, the vendor it helped spin out back in 2012.
Last week the two vendors announced a deep integration, allowing customers to run virtualised workloads on Google Cloud Platform.
IBM has been tweaking the AI-powered highlight picking algorithm it deploys during the Wimbledon tennis championships this year.
Major League Baseball had to drastically reconfigure the physical stadium and needed to import the communications and technology infrastructure.
Now that all of the major public cloud providers have a clearly defined hybrid cloud solution on the market we can start to compare.
Just a week after Google Cloud acquired analytics software company Looker for US$2.6 billion, Salesforce acquired Tableau for US$15.7 billion.
The FA has entered a long-term technology partnership with Google Cloud to centralise the data it holds on footballers across all levels of the game.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is reinvesting the money saved on employee travel as part of a broader shift towards "commercial thinking".
Leading channel partners in Singapore outline key priorities for 2020; how customer demands are changing and the role of Microsoft in driving transformation