Topic: aws

SD Times news digest: Flutter Dart DevTools, AWS Porting Assistant for .NET, and Google’s Smart Home Analytics

Flutter announced a new version of Dart DevTools, a suite of tools for debugging and performance analysis for dart and Flutter code.  The new release adds updates to the performance and memory pages, and a completely new network page. “One major benefit of choosing Flutter is that selecting a distribution model is something we can … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Datadog integrates with Amazon Elastic File System, Copado raises $26 million, and Google’s internships focus on open source

Datadog announced support for Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) for AWS Lambda.  Through the new integration, developers will have visibility across the serverless components that power their business and will be able to troubleshoot potential issues quickly.  “As our shared customers can take advantage of the new persistent file system functionality to enable new … continue reading

Amazon releases its own managed software artifact repository service

Amazon announced a new managed software artifact repository service called AWS CodeArtifact. It enables downloading and referencing pre-built libraries of software with a package manager.  CodeArtifact can be used with popular build tools and package managers such as Maven and Gradle (for Java), npm and yarn (for Javascript), and pip and twine (for Python), with … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Linux Foundation’s cloud engineer bootcamp, AWS Amplify libraries for iOS and Android, and Acquia CMS Migrate

The Linux Foundation announced a new cloud engineer bootcamp that includes online training, labs, instructor support and certification providing all the verifiable knowledge necessary to begin work as a cloud engineer. The training begins with Linux at the operating system layer, and moves up the stack, covering DevOps, cloud, containers and more, providing all the … continue reading

premium Increasing serverless capabilities are pushing architecture to market maturity

Serverless adoption has been growing rapidly as the market begins to mature and as enterprise applications continue to shift in the direction of containers and microservices.  The most prominent cloud providers including Amazon — which is at the forefront with its AWS Lambda offering — IBM, Microsoft, Google, and others have already released serverless computing … continue reading

AWS Augmented Artificial Intelligence adds human review to machine learning predictions

Amazon’s Augmented Artificial Intelligence (A21) platform is now generally available. It is a fully managed service designed to make it easy for developers to add human review to machine learning predictions so that they can review low confidence predictions made by AI.  According to Amazon, the solution can be used to help the machine extract … continue reading

Amazon AppFlow automates bidirectional data flows between AWS and SaaS apps

Amazon released AppFlow to help developers gain meaningful insights from data that is now living in lots of different places. According to the company,  SaaS application adoption is increasing rapidly, and it is becoming very complex for developers to access the data from these applications.  “Developers spend huge amounts of time writing custom integrations so … continue reading

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

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