AWS Looks to Meld MLOps and DevOps

DevOps.com

At the recent online AWS re:Invent conference, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced it is adding a bevy of capabilities to Amazon SageMaker, a managed MLOps service, that includes a continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) service […].

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New AWS Services Optimize App Development Process

DevOps.com

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is always busy introducing new services, enhancing existing ones and, quite often, driving trends. The post New AWS Services Optimize App Development Process appeared first on DevOps.com.

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AWS Expands Breadth, Depth of DevOps Services Portfolio

DevOps.com

Amazon Web Services (AWS) today launched a bevy of cloud services, including a preview of Amazon DevOps Guru, that collectively promise to make it much easier to deploy and manage cloud applications. The post AWS Expands Breadth, Depth of DevOps Services Portfolio appeared first on DevOps.com.

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AWS Taps Grafana Labs to Launch Managed Observability Service

DevOps.com

Amazon Web Services (AWS), in collaboration with Grafana Labs, has added a preview of managed service based on the Grafana observability platform to its portfolio of tools for managing cloud applications and infrastructure.

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Data Analytics in the Cloud for Developers and Founders

Speaker: Javier Ramírez, Senior AWS Developer Advocate, AWS

You have lots of data, and you are probably thinking of using the cloud to analyze it. But how will you move data into the cloud? In which format? How will you validate and prepare the data? What about streaming data? Can data scientists discover and use the data? Can business people create reports via drag and drop? Can operations monitor what’s going on? Will the data lake scale when you have twice as much data? Is your data secure? In this session, we address common pitfalls of building data lakes and show how AWS can help you manage data and analytics more efficiently.

Mental models: a reflection on AWS outage

Xebia

In November 2020 AWS had a major outage, which started with their Kinesis service, having a cascading failure over some services. Several articles and analyses of the outage, including the official note from AWS. The post Mental models: a reflection on AWS outage appeared first on Xebia Blog. This blog post reflects the outage, but rather focus on the technical aspects, I will deep dive into the social ones, […].

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Okta and Amazon Web Services Bring the Okta Identity Cloud to AWS Marketplace

CTOvision

the leading independent provider of identity for the enterprise, today at AWS re:Invent 2020, announced the availability of the Okta Identity Cloud and its products in AWS Marketplace. […]. News Amazon Amazon Web Services AWS Okta Okta IncOkta, Inc.

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Building an Elixir runtime for AWS Lambda

Xebia

At the most recent AWS Re:invent, Amazon announced support for custom runtimes on AWS Lambda. AWS has support for quite a few languages out of the box; NodeJS being the fastest, but not always most readable one. Python can be edited from the AWS Console, while for Java, C# and Go binaries have to be […]. The post Building an Elixir runtime for AWS Lambda appeared first on Xebia Blog. AWS aws AWS Lambda elixir

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Building an Elixir runtime for AWS Lambda

Xebia

At the most recent AWS Re:invent, Amazon announced support for custom runtimes on AWS Lambda. AWS has support for quite a few languages out of the box; NodeJS being the fastest, but not always most readable one. Python can be edited from the AWS Console, while for Java, C# and Go binaries have to be […]. The post Building an Elixir runtime for AWS Lambda appeared first on Xebia Blog. AWS aws AWS Lambda elixir

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The 3 Riskiest Cloud Native AWS Configurations

Aqua Security

With dozens of key security configurations possible for EC2 alone, the number of configuration options in AWS can be overwhelming at times. The challenge of ensuring services are properly configured is compounded by the sheer number of AWS services available, each with its own requirements.

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VMware Starts to Gain Some Momentum on AWS

DevOps.com

The post VMware Starts to Gain Some Momentum on AWS appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps in the Cloud AWS cloud cloud adoption public cloud

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Monitoring AWS EKS audit logs with Falco

Xebia

Background AWS recently announced the possibility to send control plane logs from their managed Kubernetes service (EKS) to CloudWatch. The post Monitoring AWS EKS audit logs with Falco appeared first on Xebia Blog. AWS Devops Kubernetes aws eks falco kubernetes

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Securing Container Workloads on AWS Bottlerocket

Aqua Security

We’ve been working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to extend the Aqua cloud native security platform to support AWS Bottlerocket — a purpose-built, Linux-based, open source OS for running containers on virtual machines or bare metal hosts — which is now GA.

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TIL that AWS Lambda terminates instances preemptively

Xebia

TL;DR: There’s a lot of articles and blog posts on preventing or shortening cold-starts for AWS Lambda instances. I learned that AWS Lambda forces cold-starts to happen nevertheless by terminating active, running instances every two hours. AWS Lambda is an event-driven, serverless computing platform delivered by Amazon. The post TIL that AWS Lambda terminates instances preemptively appeared first on Xebia Blog

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What Are AWS Application Patterns?

DevOps.com

The post What Are AWS Application Patterns? Blogs DevOps in the Cloud DevOps Practice DevOps Toolbox DevSecOps Doin' DevOps AWS AWS Application Patterns cloud-native cloud-native apps data management devsecops shift right shift-left approachThe cloud-native approach is not just about compute power and cloud services. A “set it and forget it” attitude won’t work with cloud native; there are far too many moving pieces and there is just way too much complexity.

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AWS Brings Machine Learning to Code Optimization

DevOps.com

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has made generally available a tool dubbed Amazon CodeGuru that employs machine learning algorithms to recommend ways to improve code quality and identify which lines of code are the most expensive to run on its cloud service. Peder Ulander, director of open source for AWS, said Amazon CodeGuru not only helps […]. The post AWS Brings Machine Learning to Code Optimization appeared first on DevOps.com.

Comparing Nuclio and AWS Lambda

DevOps.com

The post Comparing Nuclio and AWS Lambda appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps in the Cloud DevOps Practice DevOps Toolbox Enterprise DevOps AWS Lambda Nuclio Nuclio vs. AWS Lambda open source serverlessWith serverless, you delegate the responsibility of running your infrastructure to a platform provider as much as possible.

Aqua Secures Container Image Support in AWS Lambda

Aqua Security

Amazon continues to build new capabilities into its serverless operational mode and has launched container image support in AWS Lambda. Container Security AWS Security Image Vulnerability Scanning Serverless-Security

How to Use an AWS EDP for Discounted Cloud Resources

ParkMyCloud

Lately, many of our AWS customers (especially those purchasing through the AWS marketplace ) have mentioned that they are using an AWS EDP, which stands for Amazon Web Services Enterprise Discount Program. How does an AWS EDP work? How Else can you Get an AWS Discount?

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Optimizing AWS Performance Over the Long Term

DevOps.com

Ask most folks how to optimize performance on AWS, and they’ll talk about things such as autoscaling and rightsizing. Those tools are certainly part of an effective AWS performance optimization strategy. The post Optimizing AWS Performance Over the Long Term appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps in the Cloud DevOps Practice Sponsored Content autoscaling AWS AWS application AWS Performance rightsizing SLA

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Stratus10 Achieves AWS DevOps Competency status

DevOps.com

November 13, 2020 – Stratus10, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Consulting Partner, announced today that it has achieved the AWS DevOps Competency status. AWS DevOps Competency Partners have demonstrated expertise in delivering DevOps solutions on AWS.

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How to Overcome Challenges With AWS Lambda Logging

DevOps.com

Monitoring AWS Lambda can be a complex and potentially costly endeavor. The post How to Overcome Challenges With AWS Lambda Logging appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs Cloud Management IT as Code AWS AWS Lambda cloud monitoring cloud services public cloud serverless architectureHere’s what you need to know to stay on track and on budget Organizations are already experiencing a shift toward serverless cloud computing.

Simplify Snyk and AWS integration with our latest AWS Quick Start

DevOps.com

One of the great benefits of using AWS is the ability to automate almost everything you do, which is not limited to just AWS’ own services, but ecosystem partners like Snyk as well. The post Simplify Snyk and AWS integration with our latest AWS Quick Start appeared first on DevOps.com.

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GitOps on AWS: Codifying cloud operations

DevOps.com

The post GitOps on AWS: Codifying cloud operations appeared first on DevOps.com. AWS Community Hub Modernization WeaveworksKubernetes is the foundation for modern cloud native architectures today but it is just one of the building blocks.

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Certs to go: All AWS exams now available online

A Cloud Guru

Today, AWS announced an expansion of its online-proctored exams. All AWS Certification exams will now be offered with online proctoring via Pearson VUE. AWS notes that wait time for online-proctored appointments may be longer than usual due to high demand. Certification News azure GCP AWS

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Pub-Sub messaging with AWS SNS and SQS

Xebia

The post Pub-Sub messaging with AWS SNS and SQS appeared first on Xebia Blog. Development amazon aws Architecture AWS SNS AWS SQSWhen setting up a new application or platform, one of the most important things that you will need is messaging. As every part of the platform has a certain need for data, either realtime or after the fact, messages from other services within the application boundary need to be processed as efficiently as possible. This […].

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AWS Advances DevOps Agenda at Summit Event

DevOps.com

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has added services to its cloud platform designed to automate the creation of virtual private clouds (VPCs) and made available additional tools to build applications and integrate external data. Speaking at the AWS Summit event, CTO Werner Vogels said these latest services are part of an ongoing effort to automate DevOps […]. The post AWS Advances DevOps Agenda at Summit Event appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Earning an AWS Developer Associate Certification

DevOps.com

Studying for an AWS Certification may seem like an arduous task, especially if one isn’t expecting to take any more tests now that college is finally over. The post Earning an AWS Developer Associate Certification appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps Culture DevOps Practice Doin' DevOps AWS AWS certification AWS Developer Associate Certification DevOps engineers

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GitOps on AWS: Managing Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Models

DevOps.com

The post GitOps on AWS: Managing Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Models appeared first on DevOps.com. AWS Community Hub Modernization Weaveworks

Pulumi Advances DevOps on AWS

DevOps.com

Pulumi announced the availability of Pulumi Crosswalk for Amazon Web Services (AWS), an open source framework for deploying applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Company CEO Joe Duffy said Pulumi Crosswalk for AWS provides a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application through which DevOps teams can automate the deployment of applications on AWS infrastructure using software development kits […].

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Sumo Logic Integration With New AWS Network Firewall Service

CTOvision

Sumo Logic, the pioneer in continuous intelligence, announced its Cloud SIEM solution now integrates with AWS Network Firewall, a new managed service that makes it easy to deploy essential network […].

SingleStore expands cloud data integration with the support for AWS Glue

CTOvision

SingleStore unveiled native support for AWS Glue, expanding its cloud data integration. This enables developers, data engineers, and data scientists to build with SingleStore on Amazon Web Services (AWS) more […].

Split Allies With AWS to Advance Feature Flagging Adoption

DevOps.com

The post Split Allies With AWS to Advance Feature Flagging Adoption appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps in the Cloud DevOps Practice Amazon S3 AWS DevOps workflow feature flags

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AWS Aligns With Slack to Foster Dev Team Collaboration

DevOps.com

Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Slack Technologies have formed an alliance through which they are moving to transform the way development teams collaborate. In addition, AWS and Slack are integrating Amazon AppFlow integration with […]. The post AWS Aligns With Slack to Foster Dev Team Collaboration appeared first on DevOps.com.

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AWS Adds GUI to Snow Edge Computing Family

DevOps.com

Amazon Web Services (AWS) this week announced it has added a graphical user interface (GUI) tool dubbed AWS OpsHub for Snow Family to provide an alternative to the command-line interface (CLI) tool it makes available to manage its family of Snow appliances deployed in on-premises environments. At the same time, AWS announced it is making […]. The post AWS Adds GUI to Snow Edge Computing Family appeared first on DevOps.com.

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