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Simplifying Kubernetes configurations using AWS Lambda

In this blog post, we explain how to create a multi-stage Dockerfile that uses eksctl, kubectl, and aws-auth. This will allow you to call Kubernetes APIs to create and manage resources through a unified control plane. You will interact with the Kubernetes API using Python, and the config map is created using a Jinja2 template. […]

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Getting started with Feast, an open source feature store running on AWS Managed Services

This post was written by Willem Pienaar, Principal Engineer at Tecton and creator of Feast. Feast is an open source feature store and a fast, convenient way to serve machine learning (ML) features for training and online inference. Feast lets you build point-in-time correct training datasets from feature data, allows you to deploy a production-grade […]

Automating a DAG deployment with Amazon Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow

Many developers and data engineers use Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow (Amazon MWAA), a managed service for open source Apache Airflow, to programmatically author, schedule, and monitor workflows. With Amazon MWAA, you can focus on business logic and build workflows without worrying about the management responsibilities such as setup, patching, upgrades, security, scaling, and so […] community

How AWS and MongoDB collaborate to unlock the power of Apache Lucene

This post was written by Marcus Eagan, Senior Product Manager MongoDB Atlas Search, MongoDB; and Matt Asay, Head of Evangelism, MongoDB. Search is essential to delivering exceptional customer experiences, whether those customers are individuals scouring for a new webcam, or enterprises building search into their own applications. For enterprises, there are a number of […]

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Security features of Bottlerocket, an open source Linux-based operating system

Bottlerocket is an open source Linux-based operating system from Amazon that was purpose built for running containers with a strong emphasis on security. The result is an operating system that comes with a variety of built-in controls for creating a secure environment for running containerized workloads. In this post, we’ll explore several of the security […]

AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry is now GA for tracing

AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry (ADOT) is now generally available with production-ready tracing support. You can download the latest ADOT Collector image from the Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) Public Gallery. Highlights End-to-end support for collecting, processing, and exporting traces. OTLP v 0.9.0 fully supported. Stability guarantees for tracing in the OpenTelemetry Protocol (OTLP). Semantic […]

Adding StatefulSet support in the OpenTelemetry Operator

In this post, AWS interns, software engineers Huy Vo and Iris Song, share their experience with adding StatefulSet support in the OpenTelemetry Operator and their design approach to building a scrape target update service into the OpenTelemetry Collector’s Prometheus receiver. OpenTelemetry (OTEL) is a popular open source framework used for observability. It provides a set […]

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Why developers like Apache TinkerPop, an open source framework for graph computing

Apache TinkerPop is an open source computing framework for graph databases and graph analytic systems. Designed to appeal to software developers, TinkerPop lets developers add graph computing capabilities to their applications without worrying about developing APIs, graph processing engines, or graph algorithms. Although Apache TinkerPop is an open source project rather than a formal standard, […]

Simplifying OpenTelemetry Collector and Go library releases with the Go MultiMod tool

Managing versions and releases of multiple Go Modules can be a struggle to perform manually for maintainers of large repositories, especially due to the lack of official Golang support for this task. In this post, AWS Observability intern software engineer Eddy Lin discusses his experience building the Go MultiMod tool, an open source solution that […]

Solving the Traveling Salesperson Problem with deep reinforcement learning on Amazon SageMaker

The Traveling Salesperson Problem (TSP) is one of the most popular NP-hard combinatorial problems in the theoretical computer science and operations research (OR) community. It asks the following question: “Given a list of cities and the distances between each pair of cities, what is the shortest possible route that visits each city exactly once and […]