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Open Source News Roundup: April 13, 2018

Open Source News from the AWS Summit San Francisco The AWS Summit in San Francisco on April 4th saw a slew of announcements, including some in open source: SAM Implementation is now open source! “In 2016, we launched SAM and opened up the SAM specification on this Github repo to invite collaborators. We’ve loved your […]

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Open Source Korean Analyzer Support in Amazon Elasticsearch Service

Amazon Elasticsearch Service 中的韩语分析程序支持 Need for an improved Korean analyzer in Amazon Elasticsearch Service (AES) Processing content for search in Asian languages such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean presents unique challenges. Typical processing done by a search engine, such as tokenizing based on whitespaces and stemming to derive root forms, is not sufficient for Asian […]

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AWS Presents at the Open Source Leadership Summit 2018

AWS 2018 索诺马开源领袖峰会 The Linux Foundation’s Open Source Leadership Summit (OSLS) was held this year in Sonoma, California. The summit offered a great opportunity for collaboration, learning, and sharing. The venue was chosen to help the recovery of a local community devastated by recent calamitous fires. I presented a talk on the growth of open […]

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Open Source News Roundup: March 30, 2018

AWS Documentation is Now Open Source and On GitHub Earlier this year we made the AWS SDK developer guides available as GitHub repos (all found within the awsdocs organization) and invited interested parties to contribute changes and improvements in the form of pull requests. We have now added over 138 additional developer and user guides […]

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Hygieia and the Capital One DevOps Journey

Hygieia 与 Capital One 的 DevOps 之旅 by Tapabrata Pal AWS customers have created many interesting and useful open source projects which should reach a wider audience. I’m very happy to be able to promote them on this blog. Here we feature a guest post by Tapabrata (Topo) Pal of Capital One. – Adrian Capital […]

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SCaLE 16x

The Southern California Linux Expo may be the largest and longest-running regional tech conference in the US. I’ve attended almost every year since 2012; I keep coming back for great talks and the warm, welcoming, friendly (and, notably, family-friendly) crowd. The event included SCaLE Kids, “a youth focused STEM event… where the free & open […]

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Chaos Engineering Meetups

We all want to build reliable systems, and some applications are more critical than others. However, how do you know you have actually built a reliable system? You have to test it and exercise its ability to be resilient to various types of failure. Unfortunately, the error handling code and failure handling procedures are usually […]

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ClearlyDefined: Crowdsourcing Open Source Project Data

明确定义:众包开源项目数据 Amazon, like many other companies, relies on the use of open source software. Every software project has different requirements, but almost all have a need to manage open source as third-party software dependencies. When working with large numbers of dependencies, it can often be complex and time-consuming to track down up-to-date licensing and author […]

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Running APIs Written in Java on AWS Lambda

在AWS lambda上运行用Java编写的APLs Java developers have a vast selection of open source frameworks to build server-side APIs at their disposal: from Spring and Spring Boot to Jersey to Spark. Normally, these frameworks embed a servlet container engine, such as Tomcat, in the built package to run on a server. In the serverless world, AWS Lambda and […]

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