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Most AWS Analytics Customers Will Go Serverless, VP Says

Serverless computing has become the latest battleground as cloud service providers compete to make their offerings as simple to use as possible. AWS is right in the game too, launching a slew of serverless offerings at t Read more…

Why AWS Keeps It Simple

Before re:Invent, speculation was rampant that AWS would finally go up the stack and start developing more advanced industry- and process-specific applications. For the most part, that didn’t happen, and during his key Read more…

AWS Working to Scale Aurora DB Writes Globally, Like Spanner

AWS is currently working to add global-scale transaction processing technology to its Postgres-compatible Aurora database service, which would give the likes of Google Cloud’s Spanner and Cockroach Labs a run for their Read more…

AWS re:Invents the In-Person Conference

After two years of Zoom calls and virtual conferences, a little bit of human interaction is in order. That much was plainly evident in Las Vegas this week, as tens of thousands of folks descended upon the AWS re:Invent c Read more…

All Eyes on New AWS Boss Selipsky as re:Invent Kicks Off

There should be some familiar faces this week at AWS re:Invent, which began yesterday in Las Vegas and continues through the week. But there will be a new face at the top of the docket with Adam Selipsky, who took over t Read more…

AWS Bolsters SageMaker with Data Prep, a Feature Store, and Pipelines

Organizations that are using Amazon SageMaker to build machine learning models got a few new features to play with Tuesday, including options for data preparation, building ML pipelines, and a feature store. One of th Read more…

Re:Invent Begins, So What Will AWS Unveil?

Thanksgiving is over, which means it’s time for Amazon Web Services annual re:Invent conference. But instead of filling conference halls and hotel rooms in Las Vegas for a week of in-person learning, AWS reimagined re: Read more…

AWS Bolsters Redshift, Elasticsearch Services

Amazon Web Services gave customers 28 more reasons to store and process data on its public cloud platform yesterday during its annual re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, bringing the total number of services to 18 Read more…

The Smart Object Ecosystem Is The New AI Workbench

AI is becoming so interwoven into the physical world that it’s less and less of a surprise when some inanimate object spontaneously interacts with us as if it had a mind of its own. Autonomous operation is AI-driven Read more…

AWS Launches Time-Series Database

AWS threw its hat into the nascent ring for time-series databases yesterday with the launch of AWS TimeStream, a managed time-series database that AWS says can handle trillions of events per day. Time-series databases Read more…

AWS Bolsters Machine Learning Services at Re:Invent

Amazon Web Services today unveiled a slew of new machine learning services, including a version of Sagemaker that uses reinforcement learning, a specially designed inference chip, and a marketplace of machine learning al Read more…

AWS Unleashes a Torrent of New Data Services

If you like your technology enhancements on the fast and furious side, you undoubtedly liked what you saw during AWS CEO Andy Jassy's keynote address this morning, when he unveiled nearly a couple dozen new or improved s Read more…

AWS Unveils Graph Database, Called Neptune

Amazon Web Services today unveiled Neptune, a fully managed graph database service that will allow organizations to quickly identify connections hidden among billions of items. AWS offers an array of databases, includ Read more…

AWS Takes the ‘Muck’ Out of ML with SageMaker

Amazon Web Services aims to take the "muck" out of machine learning with SageMaker, a new end-to-end machine learning and deep learning stack unveiled today at the AWS re:Invent conference. Machine learning has progre Read more…

What Will Amazon Announce at Re:Invent?

As Amazon Web Services' annual re:Invent show kicks off in Las Vegas this week, the anticipation is building for what kinds of data services the cloud giant will announce next. Will it drive a giant data-slurping semi-tr Read more…

Cloudera Bringing Impala to AWS Cloud

Apache Impala, the SQL-based analytical database that originated at Cloudera, will soon be available as a managed service on the Amazon Web Services cloud, the Hadoop software distributor announced today at AWS Re:Invent Read more…

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