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Amazon Web Services consultancy 2nd Watch this week released the findings of an analysis of 100,000 public cloud instances to determine the 30 most popular services being used
A data centre to expand the infrastructure of Amazon Web Services in South Africa will be built.
Public cloud market leader Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced that cloud-based customer relationship management software provider Salesforce will be moving more workloads to AWS.
Salesforce has transformed itself into the Amazon of Cloud Applications.Scaled solutions to big problems mean fast growth but, so far, lean profits.The story ha
The software company, like other enterprises, is deploying a diversified cloud infrastructure plan.
Salesforce.com Inc., has announced that it is going to adopt Amazon Web Services (AWS) for its upcoming Internet of Things (IoT)-based service. The move signals a major shift in the Salesforce’s strategy as the company has mostly used its own datacenters for storage purposes since its establishment. Salesforce’s first engagement with AWS came as a result of the acquisition of Heroku, which ran on Amazon’s cloud and offered services to software developers, in 2010.
Sell-side firm Piper Jaffray has reiterated its Outperform rating for salesforce with a price target of $95
According to reports, Salesforce.com is moving its Internet of Things Cloud services on Amazon's cloud computing facilities.
A secret Salesforce effort, Project Sayonara, plots a move away from Oracle databases to something new, sources say.
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Will Amazon Web Services offer customer-facing applications a la SAP, Oracle, and Microsoft or stick to broad-based infrastructure?