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At re:Invent, AWS Machine Learning Chief Tackles What Makes a Good Data Strategy

"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.

'Data Realm' at Center of AWS CEO Selipsky's re:Invent Keynote

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.

Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform Gets Listed on the AWS Marketplace

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.

AWS Releases 'Live Connector' for the Chime SDK

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 Lets Orgs Launch Mobile Networks with Private 5G Service

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 Announces File Cache Service, Other Storage Perks

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.

EC2-Based Visual Studio 2022 and Lambda TypeScript Tools Arrive

VS 2022 Pro and Enterprise offered on per-user subscription, while Powertools helps follow Lambda best practices

Security Startup Axonius Taps into AWS Technologies

Axonius announced this week that it was deepening its integrations with the Amazon Web Services (AWS) security stack.

AWS Eases .NET App Deployment

Developers deploying .NET applications to the Amazon Web Services cloud can now enjoy a guided, streamlined experience with a new wizard suggesting compute and other options.

Serverless Gains Ground Among AWS, Azure, Google Users

Serverless computing is increasingly becoming the norm across users of cloud's Big 3 vendors, according to new data from monitoring and security specialist Datadog.

AWS Launches Preview of .NET Annotations Lambda Framework

On the heels of releasing the .NET 6 managed runtime for AWS Lambda, Amazon Web Services has released a preview of the .NET Annotations Lambda Framework.

Top Health Care Automation Platform Lands on AWS Marketplace

Madaket Health's provider data management (PDM) platform, used by over 80 percent of all U.S.-based health services providers, is now on the AWS Marketplace.

Solodev To Launch AWS-Based Serverless Patient Portal Solution 

Cloud services company Solodev announced a new offering to help health care companies launch and manage highly secure patient portals based in the Amazon Web Services cloud. 

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For Cloud Training, AWS Turns to Metaverse (Sort Of)

Amazon Web Services this week took the wraps off a novel way to train users on its cloud: a metaverse-like game called AWS Cloud Quest: Cloud Practitioner.

Report: AWS Falls Behind Microsoft Azure (In Some Areas)

"Microsoft Azure usage surpasses that of AWS" is one of the main takeaways from the Flexera 2022 State of the Cloud Report.

AWS Bars New Customers in Russia and Belarus

Amid the ongoing invasion of Ukraine, Amazon Web Services is the latest high-profile business to withhold its services from Russia and Russian ally Belarus.

AWS Launches .NET 6 Runtime for Lambda

Amazon Web Services is enabling .NET-centric cloud coders to do their serverless computing projects with the latest edition of Microsoft's open source developer platform.

Feds Identify Cloud as 1 of Top 5 Threats to Electronic Health Data

With health care organizations increasingly falling victim to cyberattacks, a U.S. government agency has named cloud-borne security threats as one of the industry's biggest minefields.

AWS GuardDuty Now Detects EC2 Instance Credential Exfiltration

AWS added a new capability to Amazon GuardDuty this week that allows the threat detection service to spot EC2 instance credentials being used by other AWS accounts.

Meta Taps AWS for AI and Third-Party Collaborations

Meta, the parent company of Facebook, plans to expand its use of Amazon Web Services to provide privacy, reliability and scale in the cloud, the two companies announced this week.