Topic: amazon

AWS releases Braket for quantum computing and development

Amazon Web Services has announced the general availability of Amazon Braket, which was designed to help developers and researchers get started with quantum computing, providing development tools, simulators, and access to a diverse set of quantum hardware. According to the company, Amazon Braket can be used to test and troubleshoot quantum algorithms on simulated quantum … continue reading

AWS CodeGuru makes intelligent recommendations about code quality

AWS has released a new developer tool powered by machine learning. CodeGuru provides intelligent recommendations for improving code quality and lowering operational costs. “Our customers develop and run a lot of applications that include millions and millions of lines of code. Ensuring the quality and efficiency of that code is incredibly important, as bugs and … continue reading

Amazon releases Kendra to make sense of unstructured enterprise data

Amazon has announced its enterprise search service Kendra is now available. Kendra is powered by machine learning, and designed to help enterprises index, search, and gain insight across their data silos.  The company explained the solution is built to provide high-quality results to natural language queries instead of a random list of links in response … continue reading

Amazon aims to democratize deep learning with new library AutoGluon

Amazon has launched a new open-source library that will make it easier for developers to deploy machine learning models. With AutoGluon, Amazon aims to help developers deploy their models using just a few lines of code.  “We developed AutoGluon to truly democratize machine learning, and make the power of deep learning available to all developers,” … continue reading

AWS re:Invent: CodeGuru, SageMaker Studio, and Managed Apache Cassandra

Amazon continues to announce new products and features at its annual AWS re:Invent conference. Here are a few things you might have missed: Amazon CodeGuru now available Amazon launched CodeGuru, which provides code reviews and application performance recommendations. The solution helps finds computationally expensive pieces of code and provides recommendations on how to fix or … continue reading

AWS re:Invent: Quantum computing, end-of-support migration program for Windows Server, and Amazon SageMaker Operators for Kubernetes

AWS’s annual re:Invent conference kicked off earlier this week in Las Vegas. The yearly event provides the cloud computing community with opportunities for learning through keynotes, training and certification opportunities, and technical sessions. Here are a few of the announcements Amazon has made at the event so far:  Amazon goes in on quantum computing Quantum … continue reading

AWS re:Invent: Matillion Data Loader, Node.js functions for AWS Lambda, and new AWS support

Amazon Web Services’ global customer and partner conference AWS re:Invent 2019 has kicked off this week in Las Vegas. The conference will feature sessions, breakout content, bootcamps, certifications, hands-on labs and an expo hall.  In addition to the number of announcements being made by the company, third-party vendors are also announcing new solutions and support.  … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon announces Rekognition Custom Labs, Scala.js 1.0.0-RC1, and Julia 1.3

Amazon announced Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels, which enables customers to build specialized ML-based image analysis capabilities that detect objects and scenes integral to their specific use case. “Instead of having to train a model from scratch, which requires specialized machine learning expertise and millions of high-quality labeled images, customers can now use Amazon Rekognition Custom … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon announces new Alexa Skills Kit developer tools, TIBCO collaborates with AWS, and Melissa now accepts Bitcoin

Amazon announced new developer tools to help developers deliver visuals, expanded language support and personalization for the latest lineup of Echo Devices. The new Alexa Web API for Games introduces new technologies and tools to create voice-controlled games. Also, the new Alexa Presentation Language provides the ability to make visual experiences using drag-and-drop support in … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ScyllaDB’s open-source Amazon DynamoDB-compatible API, Snyk raises $70 million, and Skytap collaborates with Microsoft

ScyllaDB announced the Alternator project, an open-source software that enables application and API-level compatibility between Scylla and Amazon DynamoDB.  This will allow users to migrate to an open source database that runs on any cloud platform, on-premise, bare-metal, virtual machines or Kubernetes.  “Alternator gives developers the ability to control the number of replicas and the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon’s quantum ledger database, InfluxData’s serverless time series PaaS and ArcBlock joins Erlang Ecosystem Foundation

Amazon announced its new quantum ledger database, a fully managed service that provides a cryptographically verifiable ledger for applications that need a centralized, trusted authority to provide a verifiable record of transactions. Amazon QLDB uses an immutable transactional log, known as a journal, which tracks each and every application data change and maintains a complete … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon Forecast now available, GitHub supports WebAuthn for security keys, and Qt for MCUs

AWS announced the general availability of Amazon Forecast, which enables developers to build applications with the same machine learning technology used by Amazon.com for forecasting business conditions.  According to the company, Amazon Forecast automatically discovers how variables such as product features, seasonality and store locations affect each other and can make predictions that are up … continue reading

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