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Amazon Web Services’ Elastic Beanstalk service

Plus, 2011 IT spending intentions and AMD's fourth quarter earnings

January 24, 2011
Amazon Simplifies the Cloud With Elastic Beanstalk
Mashable
Stan Schroeder writes about Amazon Web Services’ new Elastic Beanstalk service.

“Amazon Web Services has launched a new service called Elastic Beanstalk, which helps developers simplify the management of their applications in the cloud. The service, launched in beta, is primarily aimed at developers who either can’t or don’t want to manage every little detail about the deployment of their app in the cloud, such as load balancing, auto scaling and health monitoring.”

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Big Network Security Investments — And Market Opportunities — Ahead
Network World
Jon Oltsik writes about 2011 IT spending intentions according to ESG Research.

“In a global survey of 611 IT professionals from mid-market (i.e. 100-1000 employees) and enterprise (i.e. more than 1,000 employees) organizations, 46 per cent of all firms will increase investment in networking products and services in 2011 while 58 per cent will increase investment in security products and services this year.”

AMD optimistic on Fusion as earnings flatten
The Register
Rik Myslewski shares AMD’s fourth quarter financial results for 2010.

“During the fourth quarter, AMD pulled in $1.65B in revenue, which was an increase over the previous quarter of a mere two per cent, and flat year-on year. Net income during the quarter was $375M, and operating income $413M. For the entire year, revenues totaled $6.49B, a comforting 20 per cent better than the company’s painful 2009.”

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