Category: Open Source
In the dynamic landscape of modern architecture, making microservices work seamlessly in the cloud can be a puzzle. The transition to microservices often brings complexities related to traffic management, security, and observability. This is where Istio steps in, offering a comprehensive service mesh solution that streamlines these challenges. Istio is an open source service mesh […]
Join us at re:Invent for open source demos and sessions to interact directly with experts from AWS Heroes, the open source community, and AWS services.
Announcing ezsmdeploy v2.0!
A new AWS Partner, Onehouse.ai, recently launched its managed lakehouse product for open source Apache Hudi on the AWS Marketplace.
AWS open source project Kani is succeeding in changing the perception, effectiveness, and usability of verification tools that were previously thought to be cumbersome or beyond reach.
Finch, an open source a command line developer tool for building, running, and publishing Linux containers, is ready for production use as a container developer’s daily tool on macOS.
As a first step toward “scientific models as a service,” Navteca and AWS worked together on an open source solution to automate provisioning of Daskhub (JupyterHub with Dask) on demand.
SIXT is a leading global mobility provider serving customers in over 100 countries worldwide. The company is committed to creating an exciting customer journey by delivering premium service and products. To deliver on its customer promise, SIXT is empowering its software developers to provide new and update existing features quickly. They modernized their applications as […]
AWS engineers are significant contributors to the open source databases that our managed services are built on and that our customers depend on. Aurora PostgreSQL and MySQL-compatible editions and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MariaDB, are AWS services built on, or compatible with, open source databases.
Cloud Native Operational Excellence (CNOE): A Joint Effort to Share Internal Developer Platform Tools and Best Practices
With the launch of CNOE (pronounced canoe), members will contribute tooling, plugins, and reference implementations that facilitate building internal developer platforms.