Amazon Web Services (AWS) Amazon's cloud computing platform that continues to evolve and add new services. AWS launched in 2006 and hasn't stopped innovating the services it offers websites and client-side software applications. As a result, we're always looking for tips on AWS/ Cloud Services, and fortunately we have some good news to share. Let's start with a little background on AWS' structure.
Blog | Dec 13, 2016
According to a recent TechCrunch article, Amazon is “the most important enterprise company.” The article continues that, “It is no longer a question of ‘if’ enterprises are moving to the cloud, but
From analytics (Quicksight, Athena to query S3) to artificial intelligence (voice and image recognition, text to speech, Alexa) and let’s not forget IoT (data collection and sensor integration, Lambda serverless compute), conversations about innovation and where the market is headed were in no short supply. The energy is palpable, and being there was a good reminder of why AWS is making it difficult for others to advance in the public cloud sphere.
Blog | Aug 4, 2016
By: Kevin Carroll, Director of Products & Solution Architecture
The AWS Summit NYC is right around the corner, being held in New York on August 10 – 11 at the Javits Center. If you’ve attended before, you know that’s it a great way to get educated on the latest updates to the AWS platform. As we get closer to the conference, now’s the perfect time to discuss some recent trends that you can expect will be front and center at the show. Need a quick reminder? Here are three trending topics surrounding AWS:
Blog | Nov 14, 2015
TriCore Solutions is proud to be a Amazon Web Services partner. Earlier this month, we attended AWS re:Invent 2015, the largest conference focused on cloud computing. We gained a deeper knowledge of AWS services to more efficiently provide software solutions that are hosted on or integrated with the AWS platform for our clients.
You may have heard of Amazon Web Services before, but cloud computing can be a complicated concept to grasp. If you find yourself wondering "What is Amazon Web Services?", watch this video for a clear explanation.