Topic: aws

SD Times news digest: VMware’s acquisition of Pivotal, GitHub Enterprise on AWS Marketplace, and security patches for Git vulnerabilities

VMware announced that it completed the acquisition of Pivotal Software, a cloud-native platform provider. “We believe that modern application development solutions and practices need to be easily accessible to everyday enterprises across the globe. With Pivotal’s developer capabilities as the foundation, we’ll focus on delivering consumable, enterprise-ready cloud native offerings to customers to help them … continue reading

Report: GCP catches up to AWS benchmarks

Google Cloud Platform has caught up to AWS benchmarks this year, after AWS outperformed it on benchmarks by 40% in last year’s report, according to CockroachDB Labs’ 2020 Cloud Report.  The results came from more than 1,000 benchmark tests conducted by Cockroach Labs on things such as CPU, network throughput, network latency, storage read performance, … 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

New Amazon Aurora integrations make machine learning more accessible to developers

AWS is trying to make it easier for developers to leverage machine learning with new integrations with Amazon Aurora. According to AWS, in order to use machine learning on data in a relational database, you would need to create a custom application that would read the data from the database, then apply the machine learning … continue reading

AWS gives users access to third-party data in the cloud with AWS Data Exchange

AWS launched its Data Exchange service this week, which enables AWS customers to find, subscribe to and use third-party data in the cloud.  According to the company, the service removes the need to build and maintain infrastructure for data storage, delivery, billing and entitling. Previously, when customers subscribed to third-party data, they often had to … continue reading

The Linux Foundation and AWS announce new open data model

The Linux Foundation’s joint Development Foundation (JDF) is teaming up up with AWS, Genesys and Salesforce to create an open source data model that standardizes data interoperability across cloud applications. They’re calling it the Cloud Information Model (CIM).  The CIM is meant to tackle the challenge of cloud computing and creating data models. The foundation … continue reading

AWS to sponsor the Rust programming language

AWS has decided to sponsor the Rust programming language now that many of its services run on the Mozilla-sponsored language including Lambda, EC2 and S3. It also announced that it will be offering AWS promotional credits to open-source projects to “free up resources for open source projects to further expand and innovate in their communities.” … continue reading

SD Times news digest: AWS joins the .NET Foundation, Cloudflare extends serverless platform with the Wrangler CLI, and DataRobot new enterprise AI features

AWS announced that it is joining the .NET Foundation as a corporate sponsor to foster innovation with .NET and to support open-source projects.  AWS explained that as soon as .NET Core was in development, the company worked to add support for .NET Core during the early stages of beta and also released the first Lambda … 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

VMware announces new hybrid cloud offerings at VMworld

VMware is looking to meet the unique needs of traditional and modern applications with the announcement of its new and expanded cloud offerings announced at VMworld in San Francisco this week.  The new offerings are designed to enable customers to migrate and modernize applications across clouds, data centers and edge locations with simplified cloud planning, … continue reading

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