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How Generative AI Is Transforming the Call Center Market

Large language models (LLMs) and generative AI are nothing new to the contact center business, which generates $2 trillion globally and employs half a million people in the US alone. But following the explosive launch of Read more…

OpenXLA Delivers Flexibility for ML Apps

Machine learning developers gained new abilities to develop and run their ML programs on the framework and hardware of their choice thanks to the OpenXLA Project, which today announced the availability of key open source Read more…

MongoDB Launches Pay-As-You-Go Option on GCP

Companies that are hesitant to enter into long-term relationships with their database vendor may be interested in the new pay-as-you-go option MongoDB announced today on the Google Cloud Platform. The new MongoDB Atla Read more…

StarTree Keeps Real-Time Analytics Fresh with New Options for Pinot

Since it was created at LinkedIn in 2015, interest in Apache Pinot--the distributed storage and analytics engine for real-time analytics--has steadily grown. But over the past year, the number of downloads and active par Read more…

Coiled Finds Traction in Deploying Dask at Scale

When a data scientist is done playing around with a model and wants to run it at scale, she has several options. One potential avenue is Dask, the open source framework that parallelizes Python code. And since 2020, when Read more…

Is Now the Time for Database Virtualization?

Over the past 20 years, almost all elements of the IT stack have been virtualized. We have virtual storage, virtual networks, and virtual servers. But one part of the stack is conspicuously absent from the virtualization Read more…

Tackling Your Multicloud Strategy in Five Steps

The customers I speak with these days are typically dealing with two distinct yet related challenges. First, they’re having to store, manage and make sense of more data than ever before. Second, they have more options Read more…

ChaosSearch Widens the Zone for Data Lake Analytics

When ChaosSearch emerged from stealth last year, its mantra was all about enabling customers to run log analytics on massive amounts of data in Amazon S3 using familiar tools, like Kibana. With today’s update, the comp Read more…

2021: Cloudy with a (Very Good) Chance of AI and Analytics

As we entered 2020, the cloud was already on its way to becoming a defacto standard for running advanced analytics and AI for many organizations. Then COVID-19 happened, and the great cloud migration started to look like Read more…

Snowflake Extends Its Data Warehouse with Pipelines, Services

Customers running atop Snowflake’s cloud data warehouse soon will find new functionality, including the ability to build ETL data pipelines , as well as the ability to expose pre-built analytic routines as data service Read more…

This Just In

10 Things You Need to Know About Matt Garman, the Incoming CEO of AWS

Jun 3, 2024 |

June 3, 2024 — When Matt Garman chose Amazon Web Services (AWS) for his Amazon internship in the summer of 2005, he knew he was stepping into the unknown. Read more…

AWS Announces General Availability of Amazon Q

Apr 30, 2024 |

SEATTLE, April 30, 2024 — Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) today announced the general availability of Amazon Q, the most capable generative artificial intelligence (AI)-powered assistant for accelerating software development and leveraging companies’ internal data. Read more…

Amazon Aurora MySQL zero-ETL Integration with Amazon Redshift Now Generally Available

Nov 9, 2023 |

Nov. 9, 2023 — In this recent blog post, Donnie Prakoso, a principal developer advocate for AWS, unveils a practical guide to leveraging the newly general-available Amazon Aurora MySQL zero-ETL integration with Amazon Redshift. Read more…

SnapLogic Leverages Amazon Bedrock to Make Anthropic’s Claude Available in SnapGPT

Oct 3, 2023 |

SAN MATEO, Calif., Oct. 3, 2023 — SnapLogic, a leader in generative integration, today announced it is working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to expand the capabilities of SnapGPT, SnapLogic’s generative integration interface. Read more…

AWS and the National Football League Announce New Next Gen Stats Powered by AWS for the 2020 Season

Sep 10, 2020 |

SEATTLE, Wash. –September 10 –Today, Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company (NASDAQ: AMZN), and the National Football League (NFL) announced they will debut six new insights through the NFL’s Next Gen Stats platform powered by AWS during the September 10th season kickoff game between the Houston Texans and the Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs. Read more…

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