Topic: amazon web services

AWS releases graph database service Amazon Neptune

Amazon Web Services has announced Amazon Neptune is now generally available. Amazon Neptune is a fully managed graph database service designed to store and navigate connected data. The company first announced the database at its AWS re:Invent conference last year. “Delivered as a fully managed database, Amazon Neptune frees customers to focus on their applications … continue reading

SD Times news digest: BlackBerry’s Jarvis, MicroStrategy’s data connectors, and Go support in AWS Lambda

BlackBerry is releasing a new cybersecurity software solution. BlackBerry CEO and Executive Chairman and CEO, John Chen, presented BlackBerry Jarvis in a keynote address at the North American International Automotive Show. Starting off, Jarvis will be marked to the automotive industry, and become applicable to other industry other industry segments such as healthcare, industrial automation, aerospace, and … continue reading

LogicMonitor survey finds digital transformation and AI are driving public cloud adoption

The move towards the public cloud is just beginning. A new survey released by LogicMonitor finds a majority of respondents’ enterprises plan to migrate their IT workloads from the data center to the cloud by 2020. According to LogicMonitor, the key drivers for migrating to the cloud today include digital transformation, IT agility and DevOps. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon announces Alexa Skills Challenge, Apple reminds developers to update apps for iPhone X, and AT&T and AWS combine forces

Amazon has announced it is starting the Alexa Skills Challenge. Developers will be allowed to publish an Alexa skill – which is something that can be added to Alexa to give it additional capabilities – for kids under the age of 13. The reward for winning the challenge will include cash and other prizes totaling … continue reading

The race for the cloud: AWS vs Azure

The cloud computing competition is beginning to heat up with companies adding more tools and services to their infrastructure to draw users in. The online community for developers, Stack Overflow, is taking a deeper look into how cloud platforms compare, and what cloud is evolving the fastest. According to the organization, the two front runners … continue reading

Amazon Web Services outage shows potential for global economic troubles

The outage of Amazon Web Services’ Simple Storage Service (S3) yesterday impacted websites and applications across the eastern United States, but according to AWS’ health dashboard, Amazon S3 has fully recovered and is operating normally. The AWS breakdown was a four-hour outage caused by high error rates with S3 in US-EAST-1, which caused websites completely … continue reading

AWS re:Invent: X-Ray, CodeBuild, Shield and Personal Health Dashboard

Amazon wants to help solve pain points for developers. The company’s AWS re:Invent conference concluded yesterday with announcements and new solutions aimed at giving developers more tools to provide better experiences. To help developers gain more insight into their distributed apps, the company announced AWS X-Ray, designed to give developers the ability to analyze and … continue reading

Former Netflix architect joins AWS

You may be familiar with Adrian Cockroft’s work at Netflix. Under his guidance, that company innovated in numerous ways; none the least of which was around high availability and resilience. While Cockroft was chief cloud architect at Netflix, that company created things like Chaos Monkey, the discipline of chaos engineering, and a whole new business … continue reading

Kony enhances support for mobile and IoT apps on the Amazon Web Services cloud

Kony, Inc., a leading enterprise mobility company, today announced enhanced support for applications running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and updates to its offerings in AWS Marketplace. This includes new support for AWS Mobile and IoT offerings that make it easier and faster for mobile app developers using Kony MobileFabric to develop, build and deploy … continue reading

HP makes software solutions available for AWS

At the AWS re:Invent 2015 annual user conference, HP announced the availability of several enterprise software solutions for Amazon Web Services (AWS), according to Firstpost. The solutions will help customers test applications and run Big Data analytics on AWS. New AWS-compatible solutions include: HP StormRunner Load and HP LoadRunner: performance testing solutions that help agile … continue reading

Guest View: Think of clouds as restaurants

Last year, Amazon Web Services chopped prices for the 42nd time since 2008. For many industry observers, the move sent a clear message to Amazon’s competitors that if they’re looking to scoop up some of the company’s market share, they’ll have to be willing to cut into their own profits by offering the lowest prices … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: JAWS

Da-dum…da-dum…da-dum da-dum da-dum da-dum… It’s JAWS, the combined JavaScript + Amazon Web Services stack surfacing in a great white way on GitHub this week. JAWS is a “monstrously scalable,” server-free Web application boilerplate using bleeding-edge AWS services. The stack provides new AWS tools for developers to build large scalable Web applications in JavaScript. The stack … continue reading

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