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  • How Much of the Hosting and Colocation Market is Dominated by Amazon AWS?

    Last Updated: February 08, 2020

    How Much of the Hosting and Colocation Market is Dominated by Amazon AWS? Amazon is a powerful company that is dominating many different fields. It’s far more than just an online retail giant. It is also the largest provider of hosting and colocation services in the world. The company has become very closely associated with […]

  • 5 Top Benefits of Using an AWS Reseller

    Last Updated: November 13, 2019

    5 Top Benefits of Using an AWS Reseller   Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the leading provider of on demand computing resources. I think we all understand that at this point. The AWS cloud hosting platform is used by millions of clients spanning the globe. Some companies self manage their AWS environment while others, both […]

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    Complete Guide to Understanding AWS Outposts

    Last Updated: October 15, 2019

    Complete Guide to Understanding AWS Outposts AWS Outposts are relatively new; bringing native AWS infrastructure and services to you whether it is at your facility, a data center, or another colocation space. With Outposts, it is possible to use the same AWS tools, infrastructure, and APIs that you have been using before and to use […]

  • The Top 5 Things You Need to Know About AWS Outposts

    Last Updated: October 09, 2019

    The Top 5 Things You Need to Know About AWS Outposts Amazon Web Services has a new product called AWS Outposts that could be of interest to you. This is an integrated hardware rack that will have the ability in either native AWS or VMware environments that can connect to Amazon’s public cloud. Let’s take […]

  • Famous Amazon AWS Historical Outages

    Last Updated: July 22, 2019

    Famous Amazon AWS Historical Outages   When a cloud network goes down, it can cause serious problems. This is even more accurate when it’s a massive player like Amazon Web Services (AWS). While many of the outages don’t turn out to be major, that doesn’t mean that it has never happened. These situations happen less […]