An all-virtual course offering from Amazon Web Services promises to turn inexperienced laypeople into certified cloud developers in just 12 months.
Longtime collaborators Amazon Web Services (AWS) and VMware are working on a project that would essentially rebuild the internet.
The cloud giant yesterday joined fellow industry players such as Google and Cloudflare in publicizing a recent onslaught of DDoS attacks that are not only increasing in frequency, but also size.
For over a decade now, Amazon has been trawling the Internet for botnets -- and neutralizing them -- using a complex system of honeypots and analysis tools under the umbrella project "MadPot."
AWS solidifies its place in the generative AI horse race with a flurry of announcements.
The deal will make Amazon a minority owner of the "Claude" AI chatbot maker.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is now asking self publishers on its Kindle platform to indicate whether their new content is generated by AI.
Now in preview, HealthScribe will let software developers build HIPAA-compliant transcription applications for medical settings.
Highlighted Gen AI news ranged from new functionality for the Amazon Bedrock service to EC2 P5 instances powered by NVIDIA H100 GPUs to free courses.
To help customers build and deploy generative AI solutions, AWS today launched the Generative AI Innovation Center, a new program that connects AWS AI and machine learning experts with customers around the world.
Amazon Web Services has issued its answer to Microsoft's $10 per user per month fee for using GitHub Copilot.
The modern AI arms race was jump-started by Microsoft and later escalated by Google with Bard. Now, AWS is getting in on the action.
With generative AI products like ChatGPT dominating tech discourse, cloud leader AWS is throwing its own hat in the ring.
"Data is the genesis for modern invention," said Swami Sivasubramanian, vice president of data and machine learning at Amazon Web Services (AWS), during his re:Invent keynote in Las Vegas, Nev. on Wednesday.
The keynotes at re:Invent, the annual mega-conference hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS) to showcase new and upcoming changes to its cloud, are typically announcement-heavy. The 2022 iteration, taking place this week in Las Vegas, is no different.
The self-managed automation and orchestration solution will be generally available in the marketplace throughout North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Singapore, and Australia in the coming weeks.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced today the general availability of live connector, a new feature of the Amazon Chime SDK designed to allow organizations to add live streaming capabilities more easily to their Web and mobile applications.
AWS has made its new Private 5G service generally available, enabling customers to quickly spin up and manage private networks for their connected devices.
AWS took the wraps off several storage-related product updates at its recent Storage Day event, including a hybrid cloud solution called Amazon File Cache.
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