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Channy Yun

Author: Channy Yun

Channy Yun is a Principal Developer Advocate for AWS, and passionate about helping developers to build modern applications on latest AWS services. A pragmatic developer and blogger at heart, he loves community-driven learning and sharing of technology, which has funneled developers to global AWS Usergroups. His main topics are open-source, container, storage, network & security, and IoT. Follow him on Twitter at @channyun.

New – AWS CloudTrail Lake Supports Ingesting Activity Events From Non-AWS Sources

In November 2013, we announced AWS CloudTrail to track user activity and API usage. AWS CloudTrail enables auditing, security monitoring, and operational troubleshooting. CloudTrail records user activity and API calls across AWS services as events. CloudTrail events help you answer the questions of “who did what, where, and when?”. Recently we have improved the ability […]

Happy New Year! AWS Week in Review – January 9, 2023

Happy New Year! As we kick off 2023, I wanted to take a moment to remind you of some 2023 predictions by AWS leaders for you to help prepare for the new year. Five Tech Predictions for 2023 and Beyond by Dr. Wener Vogels, CTO of Amazon.com – Read how these technologies and trends will […]

Introducing Amazon GameLift Anywhere – Run Your Game Servers on Your Own Infrastructure

In 2016, we launched Amazon GameLift, a dedicated hosting solution that securely deploys and automatically scales fleets of session-based multiplayer game servers to meet worldwide player demand. With Amazon GameLift, you can create and upload a game server build once, replicate, and then deploy across multiple AWS Regions and AWS Local Zones to reach your […]

New – Trusted Language Extensions for PostgreSQL on Amazon Aurora and Amazon RDS

PostgreSQL has become the preferred open-source relational database for many enterprises and start-ups with its extensible design for developers. One of the reasons developers use PostgreSQL is it allows them to add database functionality by building extensions with their preferred programming languages. You can already install and use PostgreSQL extensions in Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL-Compatible Edition […]

Preview: Use Amazon SageMaker to Build, Train, and Deploy ML Models Using Geospatial Data

You use map apps every day to find your favorite restaurant or travel the fastest route using geospatial data. There are two types of geospatial data: vector data that uses two-dimensional geometries such as a building location (points), roads (lines), or land boundary (polygons), and raster data such as satellite and aerial images. Last year, […]

Introducing Amazon Omics – A Purpose-Built Service to Store, Query, and Analyze Genomic and Biological Data at Scale

You might learn in high school biology class that the human genome is composed of over three billion letters of code using adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C), and thymine (T) paired in the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). The human genome acts as the biological blueprint of every human cell. And that’s only the foundation for […]

New – Amazon EC2 Hpc6id Instances Optimized for High Performance Computing

We have given you the flexibility and ability to run the largest and most complex high performance computing (HPC) workloads with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances that feature enhanced networking like C5n, C6gn, R5n, M5n, and our recently launched HPC instances Hpc6a. We heard feedback from customers asking us to deliver more options to support […]

Preview: Amazon Security Lake – A Purpose-Built Customer-Owned Data Lake Service

To identify potential security threats and vulnerabilities, customers should enable logging across their various resources and centralize these logs for easy access and use within analytics tools. Some of these data sources include logs from on-premises infrastructure, firewalls, and endpoint security solutions, and when utilizing the cloud, services such as Amazon Route 53, AWS CloudTrail, […]