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Open Source News Roundup: December 15, 2017

This will be a regular feature: a roundup of open source news from us that you might have missed (especially, in the past few weeks, in the flood of other news from re:Invent!). Keynote: Cloud Native at AWS Adrian Cockcroft keynoted Cloud Native Con / Kubecon last week. AWS had made some important Kubernetes-related announcements […]

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re:Invent Open Source Recap

reinvent OS回顾 When we published our post on November 22nd about open source sessions and events coming up at re:Invent, there was a lot we couldn’t tell you – because it hadn’t yet been announced! And there were some exciting open source-related announcements at re:Invent, including FreeRTOS, EKS, Fargate, and SageMaker. Right after the announcements, […]

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Friday, December 1: Open Source Sessions Today at re:Invent

9:15am – 10:15am SRV302 – Building CI/CD Pipelines for Serverless Applications – Aria Level 3 Juniper 3 DAT314 – Best Practices for Running PostgreSQL on AWS – Venetian Level 4 Lando 4202 MCL406 – How Sentiment Analysis is Performed on Text Using Apache MXNet and Gluon – Aria Level 1 Bluethorn 3 10:00am – 11:00am CON409 – […]

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

11:30am – 12:30pm IOT332 – NEW LAUNCH! IoT Microcontrollers and Getting Started with Amazon FreeRTOS – Aria, Level 3, Starvine 5 SKL64 – Kubernetes Essentials for AWS – Aria, Level 1, Bluethorn 9, Containers, Table #1 1:00pm – 2:00pm SKL64 – Kubernetes Essentials for AWS – Aria, Level 1, Bluethorn 9, Containers, Table #1 1:45pm […]

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Announcing FreeRTOS Kernel Version 10

FreeRTOS内核版本10开放 The number of connected IoT devices worldwide is in the billions and growing rapidly. Many of these edge devices – from fitness trackers to sensors to washing machines to automotive transmissions – use low-cost, low-powered microcontrollers with extremely limited memory and compute capability. For some IoT use cases, very predictable response times can also be […]

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

2:30pm – 3:30pm ARC318 – Building .NET-based Serverless Architectures and Running .NET Core Microservices in Docker Containers on AWS – Venetian Level 2 Titian 2204 Overflow rooms: Aria, Level 3, The Quad, 4; MGM, Level 3, Premier Ballroom 309, Blue Dot; Venetian, Level 3, Lido 3003, Green CON308 – Mastering Kubernetes on AWS – Aria Level 1 […]

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

Today’s don’t-miss open source session is Adrian Cockcroft and Zaheda Bhorat’s ARC213 – Open Source at AWS—Contributions, Support, and Engagement, from 1 to 2 pm at the Venetian, Level 2, Venetian E (room change!). 8:30am – 5:00pm Cloud Custodian Code Day – Encore Las Vegas Brahms 4, 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd 8:30am – 11:00am CON208 […]

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

10:00am – 11:00am MCL303 – Deep Learning with Apache MXNet and Gluon – Aria Level 3 Ironwood 5 10:45am – 1:00pm CON213 – Hands-on Deployment of Kubernetes on AWS – Aria Level 3 Starvine 4 Repeats: Tuesday, November 28, 2:30pm – 5:00pm – Aria, Level 3, Ironwood 8 Thursday, November 30, 2:30pm – 5:00pm – […]

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Open Source at re:Invent 2017

If you’re attending re:Invent next week in Las Vegas, there will be plenty of opportunities to learn about and get hands-on with AWS and open source. The list below is not exhaustive; also see Your Guide to Machine Learning at re:Invent 2017 for more talks and workshops on Apache MXNet, Gluon, TensorFlow, and other machine […]

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Better Random Number Generation for OpenSSL, libc, and Linux Mainline

更好地随机生成OpenSSL In 2015, AWS introduced s2n, a new open source implementation of the TLS/SSL protocols that protect the privacy and integrity of data moving over a network. s2n was designed to be secure, simple, small, and fast. The project is thriving, and we use it extensively. In February, our CISO Stephen Schmidt shared that “we […]

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