Topic: aws

SD Times news digest: AWS Lake Formation, Apple iPhone hack reward, and final Android Q beta release

AWS Lake Formation is now generally availability. This is Amazon’s fully managed service for building, securing and managing data likes.  “AWS Lake Formation simplifies and automates many of the complex manual steps usually required to create a data lake, including collecting, cleaning, and cataloging data, and securely making that data available for analytics. Customers can … continue reading

Stackery releases local Lambda development tool

Stackery is enabling developers to locally debug and develop any Lambda function in any language or framework. The serverless solution provider announced cloudlocal for all, a new capability designed to speed up serverless development.  “We arrived at this pivotal Stackery update because there was a real need for reduced debugging friction and the ability to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon announces AWS Chatbot for DevOps, Visual Studio 2019 16.2 released, and the Rust compiler

Amazon introduced a public beta of AWS Chatbot, which the company said will help facilitate interactions between DevOps teams in Slack channels and Amazon chime chat rooms.  AWS Chatbot uses Amazon SNS to integrate with other AWS services. Capabilities include fast responses, a quick setup, and easily definable permissions using pre-defined permission templates that can … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google’s SDK for smart home integrations, AWS Toolkit expanded to Visual Studio Code and Windows 10 goes passwordless

Google announced a developer preview of local home SDK to enhance smart home integrations. The SDK will enable developers to do this by building on the existing Smart Home platform to create local execution paths via Google smart speakers and Nest smart displays, according to Google.  It introduces two new intents: ‘Identify’ to verify that … continue reading

AWS launches a MongoDB-compatible database service, Amazon DocumentDB

AWS has announced a new document database service to support MongoDB workloads. Amazon DocumentDB can be used to “store, retrieve, and manage semi-structured data.” With the new database, developers will still be able to use the same MongoDB code, drivers, and tools, but will also enjoy improved performance, scalability, and availability, all while not worrying … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ActiveState’s new open-source automation features, Amazon acquires CloudEndure, and Square’s In-App Payments SDK

ActiveState has added new beta features to its platform. According to the company, the new features will help “automatically build, certify and resolve open source language.” Specific features include the ability to select a set of packages from ActiveState’s inventory to create on-demand builds, automated Python builds, automatic dependency resolution, commit-based build history, and integrated … continue reading

Amazon goes deeper with serverless

Amazon is bolstering its serverless solution AWS Lambda with new serverless development features. The company announced Lambda Layers and Lambda Runtime API at its re:Invent conference this week. Lambda Layers is a new feature for managing code and data across multiple functions. According to Amazon, it’s very common to have code shared across functions whether … continue reading

Amazon announces new machine learning services and analytic solutions at AWS re:Invent

Amazon is tackling everything from analytics to machine learning and time series forecasting at its AWS re:Invent 2018 conference this week. The company made a number of new announcements to help developers to get started with non-virtual environments, artificial intelligence, and gain deeper insights. Amazon Firecracker allows for microVMs to be launched in non-virtual environments … continue reading

AWS re:Invent: Sumo Logic teams up with AWS, Software AG Cloud, TigerGraph Cloud and new PagerDuty integrations

AWS re:Invent 2018 is in full swing this week with industry leaders and attendees coming together to talk about how to improve productivity, security and more in the cloud. Already, Amazon has made big developer announcements such as new IoT capabilities and a new robotics application development platform. In addition to the Amazon Web Services … continue reading

AWS introduces new developer service for building robotics applications

Amazon Web Services is envisioning a future where robots are a part of our everyday lives, whether through doing tedious household chores, distributing inventory in warehouses or inspecting high-voltage wires in dangerous environments. To support the creation of these robots, the company is introducing the AWS RoboMaker, a new developer software for developing, testing and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon S3 leaks, Flexera AdminStudio 2018 R3, and Databricks Apache Spark 2.4 support

AWS has added four new controls to S3 to help prevent leaks. Amazon S3 buckets and objects are private by default, but settings can be changed that make them public. “We want to make sure that you use public buckets and objects as needed, while giving you tools to make sure that you don’t make … continue reading

New Relic introduces APM support for AWS Lambda

New Relic has announced a number of new features to help organizations adopt modern architectures, including new APM support for AWS Lambda. Application monitoring for AWS Lambda will provide improved visibility into function invocations, event sources, and connected services. This will enable DevOps teams to more quickly build and deploy applications using AWS functions-as-a-service, New … continue reading

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