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Announcing EKS Support in mu

中文版 Getting started with application development on Amazon EKS can require you to create the Kubernetes cluster, code repos, and configure deployment pipelines to continuously push code changes to the cluster. In this post, Casey Lee of Stelligent shows how mu, an open source tool, can be used to simplify the declaration and administration of […]

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Friday, November 30: Open Source Sessions Today at re:Invent

中文版 Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date/time/venue for your session! Remember, this is not an exhaustive list! Also see the overview post Open Source at re:Invent 2018 for links to broad topic areas (e.g., containers) that are also about open source. 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM SEC378-R1 – Securely Deploying […]

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Rust Runtime for AWS Lambda

中文版 AWS Lambda, which makes it easy for developers to run code for virtually any type of application or backend service with zero administration, has just announced the Runtime APIs. The Runtime APIs define an HTTP-based specification of the Lambda programming model which can be implemented in any programming language. To accompany the API launch, […]

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Thursday, November 29: Open Source Sessions Today at re:Invent

中文版 Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date/time/venue for your session! Remember, this is not an exhaustive list! Also see the overview post Open Source at re:Invent 2018 for links to broad topic areas (e.g., containers) that are also about open source. 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM SPO34 – Maker Space […]

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Announcing Cloud Custodian Integration with AWS Security Hub

中文版 One of the popular options for automated security, compliance, and cost management solutions in the cloud is Cloud Custodian, an open source project sponsored by Capital One. Cloud Custodian is a flexible rules engine with policies written in simple YAML configuration files, with support for over 144 AWS resource types. However, because Cloud Custodian […]

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Wednesday, November 28: Open Source Sessions Today at re:Invent

中文版 Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date/time/venue for your session! Remember, this is not an exhaustive list! Also see the overview post Open Source at re:Invent 2018 for links to broad topic areas (e.g., containers) that are also about open source. 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM SPO23 – Maker Space […]

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Tuesday, November 27: Open Source Sessions Today at re:Invent

中文版 Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date/time/venue for your session! Remember, this is not an exhaustive list! Also see the overview post Open Source at re:Invent 2018 for links to broad topic areas (e.g., containers) that are also about open source. 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM SPO06 – Maker Space […]

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Announcing the Firecracker Open Source Technology: Secure and Fast microVM for Serverless Computing

中文版 New Challenges for Virtualization Today, our customers can use serverless computing to build applications without worrying about provisioning or managing infrastructure. Developers can package their code as serverless containers with AWS Fargate or serverless functions with AWS Lambda. Our customers tell us they love the low operational overhead of serverless, and we believe it […]

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Monday, November 26: Open Source Sessions Today at re:Invent

中文版 Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date/time/venue for your session! Remember, this is not an exhaustive list! Also see the overview post Open Source at re:Invent 2018 for links to broad topic areas (e.g., containers) that are also about open source. 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM ANT395 – Using Apache […]

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The Open Source Robot Operating System (ROS) and AWS RoboMaker

中文版 “There are certain problems within the robotics community that, at this point, are well enough solved that everybody kind of understands and more or less recognizes that this is the best approach to solve that problem. And so, wherever we can in the ROS community, we take those algorithms, implement them in open source […]

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