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AWS Goes Live with Amazon MemoryDB for Redis

Amazon Web Services this week launched a new in-memory database service for the popular open source Redis platform.

GE Healthcare Collaborates with AWS To Deliver AI and Cloud-Based Imaging Apps

GE Healthcare announced a collaboration with AWS to deliver AI and cloud-based imaging solutions, integrated data and clinical and operational "insights" to hospitals and health care providers.

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AWS IoT SiteWise Edge Goes GA

The IoT SiteWise Edge feature of the AWS IoT SiteWise managed service, which was unveiled in preview last December, is now generally available.

AWS Retiring Flagship EC2-Classic

AWS is retiring its flagship cloud computing infrastructure services, Elastic Compute Cloud, known as EC2-Classic, the company disclosed this week.

AWS Releases Tool To Monitor and Maintain High-Availability Apps

AWS this week launched the Amazon Route 53 Application Recovery Controller, a new tool for customers whose applications need to meet availability requirements higher than "four nines."

AWS Contributes Lumberyard to Linux Open 3D Foundation

AWS is contributing an updated version of the Amazon Lumberyard game to the Linux Foundation's nascent Open 3D Foundation and renaming it the Open 3D Engine (O3DE).

AWS Offers Cloud9-Based Alternative to GitHub Codespaces

A remote development setup for Visual Studio Code developers proposed by AWScan work as an alternative to GitHub Codespaces.

Microsoft-AWS Fight Over JEDI Now Moot as DoD Kills Project

The 10-year, $10 billion government cloud contract at the center of a heated fight between Microsoft and Amazon Web Services is over before it even started.

Report: AWS, Azure and Alibaba Led Pandemic Cloud Boom

Amazon Web Services was the clear leader of last year's surging IaaS public cloud market, despite slowing growth.

AWS Acquires Encrypted Collaboration Platform Wickr

Amazon Web Services has acquired Wickr, the maker of a secure online collaboration platform, for an undisclosed amount.

Next Stage of Salesforce-AWS Partnership: Low-Code Dev Tools and Intelligent CRM

Salesforce and Amazon Web Services (AWS), close technical partners for the past five years, announced even tighter product integrations this week.

AWS App Runner To Help Speed Up App Deployments

To help developers quickly deploy containerized applications, Amazon Web Services has launched the AWS App Runner managed service.

Amazon ECS Anywhere Launches To Ease On-Prem Container Management

Six months after its unveiling at the 2020 re:Invent conference, the new Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) Anywhere service is now generally available.

AWS Partner Tool SaaS Boost Hits GitHub

SaaS Boost, a program that helps Amazon Web Services partners deploy their solutions as software-as-a-service applications, has been released to open source.

Dish Taps AWS for Its Cloud-Based 5G Network

Dish Network is betting its 5G fortunes on Amazon Web Services, announcing a partnership that would make the AWS cloud the backbone of Dish's emerging 5G network.

AWS Extends CodeGuru Reviewer to Python, Updates Pricing Model

The Amazon CodeGuru Reviewer service, which helps developers improve the quality of their code by identifying defects, is now available for Python.

AWS Launches Machine Learning Tool for Business Metrics

To give organizations better insight into their internal metrics, AWS has launched a tool that uses machine learning to spot and diagnose sudden anomalies in business data.

CircleCI Taps AWS Graviton2 to Bring CI/CD to Arm

Continuous integration/continuous delivery company CircleCI is bringing support for Arm architecture to its flagship CI/CD platform using its existing partnership with Amazon Web Services.

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Red Hat Brings OpenShift Container Platform to AWS

Amazon Web Services and Red Hat are making it easier for users of the latter's OpenShift Kubernetes container platform to move and manage their deployments on the AWS cloud.

Security Firm: AWS IAM Quirk Leaves Accounts Open to Takeover

A new report warns AWS administrators of a potential weakness in the cloud giant's Identity and Access Management (IAM) service that could leave user accounts vulnerable to being hijacked by attackers.

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