One of the neat things about cloud, as a user, is that you don't have to worry about how many servers you need. You know -- the guy or gal who must buy the servers that make up the cloud? AWS CEO Andy Jassy told attendees at the Pacific Science Center's 14th Annual Foundations of Science Breakfast that Amazon has been using machine learning to anticipate demand for its servers. "One of the least understood aspects of AWS is that it's a giant logistics challenge, it's a really hard business to operate," he said. This is true of any cloud operation.
May-27-2017, 13:17:00 GMT