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AWS launches discounted spot capacity for its Fargate container platform

AWS launches discounted spot capacity for its Fargate container platform AWS today quietly brought spot capacity to Fargate, its serverless compute engine for containers that supports both the company’s Elastic Container Service and, now, its Elastic Kubernetes service. Like spot instances for the EC2 compute platform, Fargate Spot pricing is significantly cheaper, […]

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AWS announces UltraWarm tier for Amazon Elasticsearch Service

AWS announces UltraWarm tier for Amazon Elasticsearch Service AWS announced a new tier for Amazon Elasticsearch Service. And it could potentially lead to some cost savings. It is now available in preview. There are now two storage tiers for Amazon Elasticsearch Service — hot and UltraWarm. Hot is still the most effective […]

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AWS announces new ARM-based instances with Graviton2 processors

AWS announces new ARM-based instances with Graviton2 processors AWS, the cloud division of Amazon, just announced the next generation of its ARM processors, the Graviton2. This is a custom chip design with a 7nm architecture. It is based on 64-bit ARM Neoverse cores. Compared to first-generation Graviton processors (A1), today’s new chips […]

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CircleCI launches improved AWS support

CircleCI launches improved AWS support For about a year now, continuous integration and delivery service CircleCI has offered Orbs, a way to easily reuse commands and integrations with third-party services. Unsurprisingly, some of the most popular Orbs focus on AWS, as that’s where most of the company’s developers are either testing their […]

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AWS expands DeepRacer league, announces car updates

AWS expands DeepRacer league, announces car updates Last year at AWS re:invent, the company’s massive customer conference, Amazon launched a new miniature race car and a racing league, all designed to teach developers about machine learning in a fun way. Today, ahead of next week’s re:Invent conference, the company announced some enhancements […]

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New Amazon capabilities put machine learning in reach of more developers

New Amazon capabilities put machine learning in reach of more developers Today, Amazon announced a new approach that it says will put machine learning technology in reach of more developers and line of business users. Amazon has been making a flurry of announcements ahead of its re:Invent customer conference next week in […]

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Linear lines up $4.2M led by Sequoia to build a better platform for software developer collaboration

Linear lines up .2M led by Sequoia to build a better platform for software developer collaboration Software will eat the world, as the saying goes, but in doing so, some developers are likely to get a little indigestion. That is to say, building products requires working with disparate and distributed teams, and […]

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Google Cloud launches Bare Metal Solution

Google Cloud launches Bare Metal Solution Google Cloud today announced the launch of a new bare metal service, dubbed the Bare Metal Solution. We aren’t talking about bare metal servers offered directly by Google Cloud here, though. Instead, we’re talking about a solution that enterprises can use to run their specialized workloads […]

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Gravitational nabs $25M Series A to ease cloud deployment with Kubernetes

Gravitational nabs M Series A to ease cloud deployment with Kubernetes As we move into an increasingly multi-cloud world, there is a portability problem moving applications between clouds. Gravitational wants to fix that, and today it announced a $25 million Series A. The round was led by Kleiner Perkins with help from […]

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Gremlin brings Chaos Engineering as a Service to Kubernetes

Gremlin brings Chaos Engineering as a Service to Kubernetes The practice of Chaos Engineering developed at Amazon and Netflix a decade ago to help those web scale companies test their complex systems for worst case scenarios before they happened. Gremlin was started by a former employee of both these companies to make […]

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