Twitter has inked a multi-year agreement with Amazon Web Services in which the cloud giant will provide the computing capacity to run the real-time updating portion of its social media service. The deal is significant because Twitter has until now operated this part of its service through its own servers and private data centers. Twitter also uses Google Cloud for storage and data analytics...
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