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SearchAWS targets cloud services tipping point

SearchAWS is the new site for learning more about deploying your cloud applications on AWS.

To our readers:

Scot PetersenScot Petersen

You have been telling us that the growth of Amazon Web Services is important, too important to cover as one part of the cloud infrastructure and application services industry. Our audience around AWS content is growing.

For that reason, we plan to expand our cloud coverage with the launch of, a site that is exclusively focused on Amazon Web Services features and functions, and the ecosystem that surrounds AWS.

The new site will offer companies of all sizes and verticals adoption and management strategies as well as problem-solving expert tips. will cover the business of IT that AWS enables and will look at how these businesses are using Amazon services to expand their computing power into the cloud.

We still recognize that while AWS may be a current household name in Infrastructure as a Service, the universe of cloud computing continues to be far more diverse than just one company. Enterprises face numerous choices for where and how they want to run their applications, be it within a public, private or hybrid cloud. They may choose between open source and proprietary software; there are plenty of vendor options plus a host of choices for managing and maintaining their cloud projects. will continue to provide readers with expert tips, insights into industry trends, access to in-depth news analyses and tips on development to help them follow the rapid evolution of the cloud market. With SearchCloudApplications, enterprises can stay up to date on major cloud trends and news to understand how industry-wide changes will affect the day-to-day operations of a cloud admin.

But for those of you who are already in AWS, or looking to find out more about it, is the source for you to find out how to make the right decisions about deploying your cloud applications on AWS.

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