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LAS VEGAS — Advertisements are popping up along the Las Vegas strip this week that challenge Amazon Web Services’ position in the cloud market — and the perpetrator is competitor IBM. As an estimated 9,000 IT pros have come to Las Vegas for AWS re:Invent, Amazon’s second cloud conference, IBM has taken the opportunity to...

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HyTrust will add encryption to its cloud security software following its acquisition of HighCloud Security this week. HyTrust Inc. already enforces access controls at the management layer of virtual environment so that only authorized users have access to VMs. HighCloud offers encryption of cloud workloads with key management that gets handled at the customer site...

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There was hope among Rackspace users this week that the company’s latest acquisition of LiteStack would improve cloud provisioning times, but Rackspace officials said the technology isn’t going to be offered as a product for some time. LiteStack Inc., the open-source hypervisor company acquired by Rackspace Inc. this week, developed technology based on Google’s Native...

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Amazon Web Services has lowered the price of its second-generation standard instances by 10% across the board, continuing the downward trend of IaaS pricing. The EC2 M3 instances, which debuted last November, triggered a price reduction of the previous generation of instances when they were launched. Now that second generation is seeing prices fall. The...

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Amazon Web Services will allow users to change the size of reserved instances – a capability that is high on cloud customers’ wish lists. Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers were left wanting more when Amazon first relaxed restrictions around reserved instance (RI) networking and geographic location last month. RIs can now be moved among availability...

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