Despite the growth in cloud hosting for production environments, nearly half of developers (44 percent) use a private, in-house cloud platform for development, ahead of Amazon Web Services (16 percent) and Microsoft Azure (13 percent).

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Rackspace is building a managed services product for Amazon Web Services, its rival in the public cloud market where Rackspace has struggled to grow.

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London-based cloud hosting provider ElasticHosts has launched a container-based cloud infrastructure service, Springs.io, which features elastic capacity scaling and pay-per-use billing at lower prices than equivalent virtualization-based cloud services like Amazon Web Services.

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Gartner has released its annual Infrastructure-as-a-Service Magic Quadrant, reporting that Amazon Web Services has once again built on its seemingly insurmountable lead last year, while many vendors trended down and to the left. In Gartner MQ parlance, no quadrant is bad, however.

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HP is no longer aiming to compete head-to-head with the likes of Amazon Web Services in the market for renting or buying computing, according to HP Helion product management SVP Bill Hilf as quoted in a New York Times blog post this week.

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HP is no longer aiming to compete head-to-head with the likes of Amazon Web Services in the market for renting or buying computing, according to HP Helion product management SVP Bill Hilf as quoted in a New York Times blog post this week.

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Pivotal is providing new capabilities in its Platform-as-a-Service, Cloud Foundry, for enterprises wanting to extend their hybrid cloud environment to Amazon Web Services, and it is also now allowing customers to use its own managed public PaaS cloud at no additional cost.

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With hybrid cloud becoming more popular with enterprises, managing workloads across public clouds and on-premise infrastructure can be a challenge. To address this, hosting and cloud provider Carpathia launched its Cloud Operations Platform for Amazon Web Services on Wednesday.

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Linode is one of those technology success stories that start with Linux and a dream. The company started in 2003, three years before Amazon Web Services hit the scene, and was 100 percent bootstrapped. Now it’s an international hosting and cloud provider expanding into two new markets: Frankfurt and Singapore.

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Public cloud giant Amazon Web Services launched its response to Office 365 and Google Apps for Work on Wednesday. Amazon WorkMail is a business email and calendaring service hosted in the AWS cloud that starts at $4 per email inbox.

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