Topic: aws

SD Times news digest: AWS Cloud Control API, TypeScript 4.5 beta, Digital.ai announces AI solution for SAFe

Amazon announced the availability of AWS Cloud Control API, a set of common APIs designed to allow developers to manage their AWS and third-party services with ease. This standard set of APIs helps users Create, Read, Update, Delete and List (CRUDL) resources across hundreds of AWS Services and dozens of third-party services. AWS Cloud Control … continue reading

Netlify launches Enterprise Grid, availability on AWS Marketplace

Netlify introduced new features, workflow, and automation for enterprises building modern web applications at scale.  The new team governance features and Jira integration make it easier for large-scale enterprises to benefit from the Jamstack ecosystem and best practices.  The company added a new integration with Jira to accelerate feedback on web projects, and availability of … 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: New Relic for Startups available on AWS Activate, Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Private Preview, Xojo 2021 release 2

As part of AWS Activate and New Relic for Startups, startup founders and engineering teams get exclusive discounts, free credits, and support for New Relic’s cloud-based observability platform. “While you might have a great product market fit, a prototype, and a pitch deck, an idea is often only as good as the infrastructure you have … continue reading

SD Times news digest: JetBrains Datalore for Enterprise, Google to require all new apps be published with Android App Bundle, MariaDB partners with AWS

JetBrains released Datalore for Enterprise, a collaborative team environment that helps data scientists to work together in Jupyter Notebooks.   It provides a convenient way to dynamically manage Python environments, helps connect and explore data and introduces smart code autocompletion.  In addition, Datalore for Enterprise allows teams to connect hardware, configure team environments, authenticate users and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android for Cars App Library released, .NET MAUI Preview 5, and AWS Step Functions Workflow Studio

The Android for Cars App Library version 1.1 is now in alpha, which brings new features to developers such as a sign-in template, a long message template, multiple-length text and map interactivity. The sign-in template allows users to sign in to their app directly from the car screen while parked and the long message template … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Gremlin’s Chaos Engineering Practitioner Certificate Program, FusionAuth Advanced MFA, and InstallAware X13 for Ethereum

Gremlin’s new Chaos Engineering Practitioner Certificate Program was designed to help software teams get started with chaos engineering.  “No matter your title and background, Gremlin makes it easy for anybody interested in reliability to become a Chaos Engineering expert,” Tammy Butow, a principal SRE at Gremlin, wrote in a blog post. “This Gremlin Certificate Program … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Spectral Preflight released, Amazon Location Service, and Agora App Builder

Spectral’s newly released Preflight solution is an open-source tool designed to help developers defend against supply chain attacks by automatically verifying and safely executing a user’s CI and third-party scripts.  The solution queries popular anti-malware services to verify and block binaries if they contain malware.  “Hackers have become increasingly sophisticated, with a variety of tools, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon Redshift ML, Microsoft’s GPT-3 features, and OpenCilk 1.0 released

Amazon Redshift ML is now generally available. The cloud data warehouse enables users to create machine learning models and make predictions from data directly from their Amazon Redshift cluster. Users just have to use a simple SQL query to specify what data they want to use to train their model as well as the output … 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

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: AWS SaaS Boost

This week Amazon announced its AWS SaaS Boost solution is now open source. AWS SaaS Boost was first released as a preview at re:Invent 2020. It is designed to help organizations migrate their existing SaaS models.  According to the company, the solution helps by saving developers time and providing them the foundational capabilities to onboard … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rust for Windows 0.9, OutSystems Cloud Accelerators for AWS, and Pyston 2.2 released

Rust for Windows 0.9 was released with full consumption support, which allows users to call any Windows API using Rust language projection.  “Rust developers have access to the entire Windows API surface in a language-idiomatic way, allowing them to easily take advantage of the power and breadth of Windows development,” Angela Zhang, program manager at … continue reading

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