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Amazon Web Services offers further IAM support in the AWS billing console

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services announced Monday that its Identity and Access Management (IAM) will provide users fine-grained control over access to AWS services and resources. They will be able to create and manage AWS users and groups and then use IAM permissions (in the form of policies) to allow and deny access to AWS resources.


Oracle VM 3.3 offers OpenStack support to improve choices and interoperability


Oracle VM Release 3.3, Oracle’s latest server virtualization product, delivers enhanced ease of use for x86 and SPARC architectures, improved management features, and expanded support for both Oracle and non-Oracle workloads, including support for OpenStack—providing customers and partners with additional choices and interoperability.


Red Hat adds ManageIQ to its open source code repository

Red Hat

Red Hat launched a ManageIQ community around ManageIQ’s fully open-sourced code repository. Its source code, ready-to-use builds, forums and user videos will be available for developers on the new ManageIQ website.


Windows Azure maximizes benefits of SQL Server hybrid environment


Microsoft’s Windows Azure has added features that allow the latest images of SQL Server to be always available. It also increases virtual machine sizes to choose from, offers business continuity with lower RTO and RPO, and provides cross regional connectivity support for extended business continuity and global business intelligence. 


Microsoft Azure Machine Learning uses cloud-based platform to predict future events


Microsoft takes a crack at bringing together the capabilities of analytics tools, powerful algorithms developed for Microsoft products like Xbox and Bing, and years of machine learning experience into Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, its fully-managed cloud service for building predictive analytics solutions.

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