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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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Open Network User Group (ONUG) Fall Conference

中文版 The Open Network User Group (ONUG) is an influential end-user organization that drives the creation and adoption of open standards in networking, cloud, and related technologies. Earlier in 2018, AWS joined ONUG, and Adrian Cockcroft spoke at the spring ONUG event in San Francisco. We will soon be sponsoring the fall ONUG event in […]

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All Things Open (Source) in Raleigh, NC

AWS is a Presenting sponsor at All Things Open this October 21-23, and the team is looking forward to busy few days in Raleigh! 3500 attendees are expected this year with a schedule that will feature more than 20 tracks and 200 sessions over three days of programming, including 14 extended workshop sessions and three […]

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AWS Service Operator for Kubernetes Now Available 🚀

The AWS Service Operator is an open source project in developer preview which allows to you manage your AWS resources directly from Kubernetes using the standard Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. It does so by modeling AWS Services as Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) in Kubernetes and applying those definitions to your cluster. This means that a developer can […]

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Kubeflow on Amazon EKS

The Kubeflow project is designed to simplify the deployment of machine learning projects like TensorFlow on Kubernetes. There are also plans to add support for additional frameworks such as MXNet, Pytorch, Chainer, and more. These frameworks can leverage GPUs in the Kubernetes cluster for machine learning tasks. Recently, we announced support of P2 and P3 […]

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Provision AWS Services Through Pivotal Cloud Foundry Using the AWS Service Broker

Enterprise customers tell us that they’re looking for application modernization and greater agility. They may also need to work in a hybrid context, and want technology that makes it easy to run in multiple environments now, and in the future. To meet these needs, they are choosing application platforms such as Pivotal Cloud Foundry (and the […]

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