Amazon releases new IDE for cloud development

Amazon has announced AWS Cloud9, a new integrated development environment for writing, running, and debugging code from within a web browser. It is designed to make collaborative cloud development easy with features like pair programming and chat. “One of the first things you learn when you start programming is that, just like any craftsperson, your … continue reading

News from AWS re:Invent

Amazon wasn’t the only company to announce new services and capabilities at its conference AWS re:Invent this week. As Amazon announced new machine learning, mobile, container, Internet of Things and cloud solutions, other companies took the time to reveal how their products would enhance those solutions even further. RedLock announced its RedLock Cloud 360 Platform … continue reading

Amazon announces new offline, machine learning, IoT, container and cloud solutions at AWS re:Invent 2017

This year’s Amazon Web Service re:Invent event saw a series of major announcements from the cloud-focused branch of the company. From partnerships to platforms, here are some of the biggest announcements and launches out of Las Vegas this week. Amazon announces AWS AppSync Amazon Web Services announced the launch of the AWS AppSync service, designed … continue reading

Amazon introduces new solution for building AR, VR and 3D applications

Amazon announced a new service at the AWS re:Invent Midnight Madness event. Amazon Sumerian is a solution that aims to make it easier for developers to build virtual reality, augmented reality, and 3D applications. It features a user friendly editor, which can be used to drag and drop 3D objects and characters into scenes. Amazon … continue reading

Amazon S3 new encryption and security features aim to prevent data leaks

Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3) solution will be receiving new encryption and security features designed to keep data safe. The new features include default encryption, permission checks, cross-region replication Access Control List (ACL) overwrite, cross-region replication with KMS, and a detailed inventory report. AWS S3 recently made headlines for open buckets (storage units) that left … 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

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud P3 launched alongside NVIDIA GPU Cloud

Amazon has announced the launch of the latest iteration of its Elastic Compute Cloud compute-optimized GPU instances, EC2 P3, running on NVIDIA’s Tesla v100 GPUs. The launch coincides with NVIDIA’s release of the NVIDIA GPU Cloud container registry for AI developers, available now on the EC2 P3 instances. The EC2 P3 instances are optimized for … continue reading

Microsoft and Amazon announce deep learning library Gluon

Microsoft has announced a new partnership with Amazon to create a open-source deep learning library called Gluon. The idea behind Gluon is to make artificial intelligence more accessible and valuable. According to Microsoft, the library simplifies the process of making deep learning models and will enable developers to run multiple deep learning libraries. This announcement … continue reading

Amazon releases new compiler for AI frameworks

Amazon is addressing artificial intelligence development challenges with a new end-to-end compiler solution. The NNVM compiler, developed by AWS and a team of researchers from the University of Washington’s Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, is designed for deploying deep learning frameworks across a number of platforms and devices. “You can choose among multiple … continue reading

Feedback by BugReplay, FTC stops investigation into Amazon’s Whole Foods acquisition, and Google’s Network Service Tiers Alpha — SD Times news digest: August 24, 2017

BugReplay, a provider of web browser tools, today launched Feedback by BugReplay, which is a bug reporting tool that lets users quickly and accurately submit detailed bug reports about website problems to customer support teams. The tool is available as a Google Chrome extension, and it creates synchronized screen recordings of a website user’s actions, … continue reading

Stack Overflow sunsets Documentation, AGL UCB 4.0, and Amazon considers new cloud service — SD Times news digest: August 3, 2017

Stack Overflow is retiring Documentation on August 8. While Stack Overflow had high hopes for the new initiative, their research showed new users weren’t coming to Documentation, and they needed a larger team to fix Documentation for developers. According to a Stack Overflow entry: “After August 8, 2017 at 1700 UTC, we’ll disable proposed changes … continue reading

Google Research open sources Facets, Lambda@Edge, and Revulytics Usage Intelligence 5 — SD Times news digest: July 18, 2017

Google Research wants to help researchers get the most out of their machine learning models and data. With the PAIR initiative, the company is releasing Facets, an open source visualization tool to aid researchers in understanding and analyzing machine learning datasets. In addition to the open source code, Google Research created a Facets demo website … continue reading

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