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How to use Amazon Lookout for Vision Python SDK

Amazon Lookout for Vision Python SDK: Cross-validation and Integration with Other AWS Services

Learn how to use the open source Python SDK for Lookout for Vision in either AWS Glue or AWS Lambda to quickly identify differences in images of objects at scale.

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Running Dicoogle, an open source PACS solution, on AWS (part 2)

This blog post is the second part of a two-part series that describes how to host a secure Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) server on AWS using Dicoogle open source software. In part one of this blog series, I introduced DICOM, explained the functionalities the solution provides, highlighted the AWS services used, and […]

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Deploying Open Policy Agent (OPA) as a sidecar on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS)

Introduction The sidecar deployment pattern lets developers decouple monolithic applications into separate processes with high levels of isolation and encapsulation. To address cross-cutting concerns like logging, monitoring, and authorization, organizations can decouple these operations into sidecar containers shared across multiple microservices within a deployment. In order to perform operations like authorization, microservice deployments often depend […]

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Increase app responsiveness with MongoDB Realm mobile database and AWS Wavelength

This post was contributed by Robert Oberhofer, Senior Director of Technology Partnerships at MongoDB. This blog post introduces MongoDB Realm, and examines its core characteristics and key benefits. While Realm is widely used for building mobile applications, its capabilities are also relevant for other problem spaces, including IoT and Edge. Introduction to Realm Realm database […]

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Running Dicoogle, an open source PACS solution, on AWS (part 1)

This blog is the first part of a two-part series that describes how to host a secure DICOM server on AWS. It is based on the Dicoogle open source software, which provides the functionality of a PACS (picture archiving and communication system). A PACS stores and indexes DICOM medical image files, and uses the DICOM […]

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Announcing Amazon CloudWatch for Ray

Amazon CloudWatch is now available for Ray on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). Ray is an open source (Apache 2.0 License) framework to build and scale distributed applications. CloudWatch is a monitoring and observability service that provides data and actionable insights to monitor your applications, respond to system-wide performance changes, and optimize resource utilization. […]

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Easily Running Open Policy Agent Serverless with AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway

Open Policy Agent (OPA) is an open source general-purpose policy engine, licensed under the Apache License 2.0, that allows you to decouple policy decision-making from application code. OPA assists organizations in effectively implementing policy as code. It allows policy to be expressed through a high-level declarative language (Rego), and it also allows policy authoring to […]

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Scheduling Jupyter Notebooks with AWS Orbit Workbench

This post was contributed by Olalekan Elesin, Head of Data Platform & Data Architect at HRS Group and AWS Machine Learning Hero The HRS Group, a market leader in the global business travel market, is scheduling Jupyter Notebooks with the open source solution AWS Orbit Workbench. HRS provides brokerage of hotel rooms for private and […]

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Introducing AWS Blueprints for Crossplane

Kubernetes is gaining popularity as a control plane application programming interface (API), and coupling it with Crossplane further extends its usability. Kubernetes not only orchestrates and schedules containers, but also manages resources by extending the declarative APIs and adding a reconciliation process. The combination is appealing to both DevOps teams and application development teams because […]

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Simplify development using AWS Lambda container image with a Serverless Framework

Container image support for AWS Lambda lets developers package function code and dependencies using familiar patterns and tools. With this pattern, developers use standard tools like Docker to package their functions as container images and deploy them to Lambda. In this post, we demonstrate how to use open source tools and AWS continuous integration and […]

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