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Securing Amazon EKS Using Lambda and Falco

中文版 Intrusion and abnormality detection are important tools for stronger run-time security in applications deployed in containers on Amazon EKS clusters. In this post, Michael Ducy of Sysdig explains how Falco, a CNCF Sandbox Project, generates an alert when an abnormal application behavior is detected. AWS Lambda functions can then be configured to pass those […]

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AWS ParallelCluster

中文版 Orchestration software has played a key role in cluster bring-up and management for decades. Dating back to solutions like SunCluster, PSSP, and community solutions such as CFEngine, the need to launch many resources together to enable large parallel applications continues to be a vital part of the High Performance Computing (HPC) environment. AWS has […]

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Style Dictionary + Hacktoberfest

中文版 The maintainers of Style Dictionary participated in Hacktoberfest this year for the first time, and it was a truly amazing experience. While our numbers don’t seem large, it has been terrific to get new contributors involved in the project and kick-start a lot of work that was in our backlog. One of the biggest benefits […]

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Amazon Kinesis Agent for Microsoft Windows data pipeline

Build More Reliable and Secure Windows Services Using Amazon Kinesis Agent for Microsoft Windows

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. Visit the website to learn more. We’ve all been there. You’ve deployed a new service on Windows servers. Maybe it’s based on Microsoft technology such as IIS, AD, DHCP, Microsoft Exchange, or SharePoint, or maybe it’s your own service running on Windows. […]

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The Wheel

Keeping the AWS cloud operating efficiently worldwide is a big job. The team is growing rapidly, and it’s important that new leaders internalize the high bar we set for service operations, and that our senior leaders are able to periodically inspect what’s happening deep in the stack. For over ten years, one of our mechanisms […]

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Amazon Joins the W3C

中文版 Amazon is excited to announce that we have joined the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Since 1994, the W3C has been defining open standards for the Web such as CSS, SVG, and XML. These, and many others, have driven interoperability across vendor platforms and led to the rapid evolution of the Web to become […]

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