Topic: amazon

SD Times news digest: Microsoft launches .NET Tech Community Forums; Microsoft joins Java Community Process; AWS announces Babelfish Aurora PostgreSQL

Microsoft recently announced the .NET Tech Community Forums for all .NET developer topics and discussions. To take part in this forum, developers can join the .NET tech community, choose a discussion space, start a new discussion, and collaborate with other .NET developers. The .NET Tech Community Forums also allow users to follow any topic that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft adds new ways to personalize Visual Studio documents; Enterprise Architect 16.0 beta; Amazon announces managed RStudio on Amazon SageMaker

As a part of Visual Studio 2022, Microsoft added new ways for users to personalize documents so that users can code the way they want to. These new features focus on flexibility and inclusivity for working with documents and managing tabs. Users can now color file tabs by project, a highly requested item on the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CockroachDB Serverless; AWS Data Exchange for Amazon Redshift; Invicti receives $625 million in funding

Cockroach Labs announced the beta release of CockroachDB Serverless. The release brings a delivery service for fully elastic cloud data infrastructure fronted by a familiar SQL API that allows developers to begin building instantly without accounting for availability, performance, or capacity. CockroachDB Serverless is free for small product applications and affordably scales with charges only … continue reading

Amazon releases new natural language query tool

AWS announced the release of Amazon QuickSight Q, a natural language query tool for the Enterprise Edition of QuickSight.  It uses Natural Language Understanding (NLU) to discover the intent behind questions and is able to answer questions that refer to all data sources supported by QuickSight, according to AWS.  This includes data from all AWS … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tableau announces new analytics capabilities, Microsoft releases two .NET MAUI-compatible versions of Xamarin Community Toolkit, Amazon Managed Grafana now generally available

Tableau unveiled its new data and analytics platform capabilities that include new capabilities to make data challenges easier to manage and to ensure that analytics scales with enterprise demand.  Tableau Prep now makes it easier for customers to reduce loads and costs of server resources automatically, and new capabilities help by alerting users of potential … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TypeScript 4.4 RC, AWS announces cross-account data sharing for Amazon Redshift, JetBrains releases GoLand 2021.3 roadmap

Microsoft announced the release candidate of TypeScript 4.4, and said it expects no further changes apart from critical bug fixes for the stable release.  Major highlights of the release candidate include control flow analysis of aliased conditions and discriminants, symbol and template string pattern index signatures, defaulting to the ‘unknown’ type in catch variables, and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub Issues gets new beta features, Amazon CodeGuru announces new integrations, Brave launches Brave Search beta

GitHub announced new beta features within GitHub issues to connect planning directly to the work teams are doing and to flexibly adapt to their needs whether that’s through project tables that are built like spreadsheets, custom fields, a keyboard-driven command palette, improved task lists and issue forms. “Often, we find ourselves creating a spreadsheet or … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GCC updates its copyright assignment policy, AWS introduces global clusters to Amazon DocumentDB, and the Swan Lake beta release of Ballerina

The GCC Steering Committee updated its copyright assignment policy by relaxing the requirement to assign copyright to all changes to the Free Software Foundation (FSF). The project will still continue to exist under the GNU General Public License v3.0 and will now accept contributions with or without an FSF copyright assignment.  The change is consistent … continue reading

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AWS launches containerized web application solution App Runner

Amazon Web Services is making its fully managed container application service generally available this week. AWS App Runner is designed to help developers easily and rapidly develop, deploy and run containerized web applications and APIs by handling all the operational aspects such as provisioning, scaling and managing container orchestration, load balancing and CI/CD pipelines.  According … continue reading

Amazon announces OpenSearch, an open-source fork of Elasticsearch and Kibana

In response to Elastic changing its open-source software licenses on Elasticsearch and Kibana, Amazon has introduced the OpenSearch project. The project is a community-driven, open-source fork of Elasticsearch and Kibana. Amazon announced earlier this year it would be creating and maintaining an Apache License, Version 2.0 fork of the open-source products.  “We are making a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rust 1.51 released, Amazon Lookout for Metrics, and D language 2.096

The latest Rust version (1.51) presents some of the largest additions to the Rust language and Cargo in a while, while stabilizing an MVP of const generics and a new feature resolver for Cargo. Const Generics MVP is a powerful new feature that enables developers to write reusable code with no runtime overhead and now … continue reading

Amazon launches Amplify Flutter for building cross-platform apps

Amazon has announced the general availability of Amplify Flutter, which is a new solution that combines AWS Amplify and Flutter to enable developers to build cross-platform apps.  AWS Amplify provides a set of tools for building scalable web applications, while Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for mobile, web, and desktop application development.  Key benefits for … continue reading

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