The Data Solutions Framework on AWS is an open source framework to simplify and accelerate the implementation of data solutions.
With Windows operating system support, container developers on Windows can easily install Finch and build, run, and publish containers using the same familiar command line available to Finch users on macOS.
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!
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.
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.
AWS Trainium and AWS Inferentia are now integrated with open source Ray on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
As of today the eksctl project has been moved from the Weaveworks GitHub organization to a new top level GitHub organization https://github.com/eksctl-io that will be jointly maintained by Weaveworks and AWS moving forward.
Learn how to use the open source Cedar language and the SDK using an example application, TinyTodo. We present examples of TinyTodo permissions as Cedar policies and how TinyTodo uses the Cedar authorization engine to ensure that only intended users are granted access.
Today we are happy to announce Snapchange, a new open source fuzzing tool from the AWS Find and Fix (F2) open source security research team.