Category: Open Source
AWS will be directly funding $500,000 to the Open Source Technology Improvement Fund (OSTIF) as a portion of our ongoing investments in supply chain security.
The root cause analysis (RCA) features of the DoWhy open source Python library is an automated tool to simplify and help identify the root causes of observed changes in complex systems.
A simple new pattern allows dependency injection to take place before an alternative entry point is executed in a Java application. This pattern can help breathe new life into existing systems, and unlock new capabilities without requiring a major financial investment.
Paul Vixie, VP/ Distinguished Engineer of Security at AWS, explains why bugs discovered in DNS 14 years ago are still causing problems for software today, despite the existence of a patch.
By open sourcing CardDemo, we want to make it easier for our customers, partners and for the mainframe community to learn and experiment with mainframe code and to understand solutions for modernizing mainframe applications.
Amazon is committing its entire patent portfolio to the body of patents that are free to use with OIN’s defined open source projects. Our membership is also a statement that AWS is committed to protecting and fostering open source.
Today we are happy to announce a new open source project, Finch. Finch is a new command line client for building, running, and publishing Linux containers.
Accelerate AWS IAM Identity Center (Successor to AWS Single Sign-On) Implementation using AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK)
In conversations with our customers, we often hear that they find it tedious to write AWS CloudFormation templates to create new permission sets, assign permission sets to users and groups in AWS IAM Identity Center (successor to AWS Single Sign-On) and grant access for users and groups to multiple AWS accounts in their organization. This […]
Learn how to deploy and configure the open source Keycloak on Amazon EKS to serve as the SAML authentication provider for Amazon Managed Grafana.
You manage your infrastructure with code, why not manage your dashboards the same way? With Steampipe’s dashboards-as-code approach you write HCL to define dashboard widgets, and you write SQL to fill them with data extracted from APIs. Here are some common questions about your AWS resources: How many resources do I have? How old are […]