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AWS and Verizon Expand 5G Collaboration with Private MEC Solution On April 05, Monday, 2021

AWS and Verizon have expanded their 5G collaboration to provide private multi-access computing (Private MEC) for enterprises. Private MEC integrates edge computing infrastructure with private networks deployed on or near the customer's premises. The private 5G network offers better performance, control, reliability, and density than existing options, says AWS. The collaboration is particularly excited about the work we are doing with Corning Incorporated, a leading materials science and advanced manufacturing innovator.

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Reduce Unwanted Traffic on Your Website using AWS WAF On April 04, Sunday, 2021

Up to 51% of traffic heading into typical web applications originates from scripts running on machines, also known as bots. Bot Control analyzes request metadata to identify the source and purpose of a bot. It categorizes bot types such as scraper, SEO, crawler, or site monitor. Once Bot Control recognizes the bot, you can block traffic coming from unwanted bots. AWS WAF Bot Control is integrated into AWS Web Application Firewall and can be managed centrally.

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Potential of AI for Media Workflows On April 02, Friday, 2021

The global video streaming software market is expected to grow from USD 6.1 billion in 2020 to USD 15 billion by 2025. New SVOD services have launched to meet this growing demand, including Disney+, Apple TV+. Broadcasters and studios are looking to maximize workflows and reduce capital costs. Could Artificial Intelligence (AI) be the ultimate solution? AI technology has rapidly improved in recent years and has the potential to enable huge efficiencies, which ultimately saves both time and money.

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Do you know the Best practices for developing cloud applications with AWS CDK? On April 02, Friday, 2021

AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) is a central technology for developing cloud applications. It allows developers and administrators to define their cloud applications using a familiar programming language. We discuss how developers write and test code locally, how it gets deployed to production and various staging accounts. If you’re new to AWS CDK, we highly recommend that you start your journey with the AWS CDK Intro Workshop. This post covers some advanced topics, and it’s good to have a grasp of the fundamentals. For more information, see AWS CDK Reference Documentation

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Amazon CodeGuru Profiler enhances CPU and latency performance of Amazon applications On April 01, Thursday, 2021

Amazon CodeGuru Profiler is a developer tool powered by machine learning (ML) that helps identify an application's most expensive lines of code. It has less than 1% impact on total CPU usage overhead to applications and typically uses no more than 100 MB of memory. It's fairly low cost and unlike traditional tools that take up a lot of CPU and RAM. This post gives a high-level overview of how CodeG guru has reduced CPU usage and latency by approximately 50% and saved around $100,000 a year.

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AWS Desktop-as-a-Service is available in Mumbai now On April 01, Thursday, 2021

WorkSpaces is a fully managed, secure Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution that runs on AWS. Customers can pay either monthly or hourly, just for the Amazon WorkSpaces they launch. Mumbai is our 14th region and is part of our continuing commitment to always making it easier for workers to securely access their applications from home, remote offices or anywhere. The expansion comes as we approach the one-year anniversary of global travel restrictions, lockdowns, and work from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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To Encourage Newbies AWS reorganizes DeepRacer League On March 02, Tuesday, 2021

AWS launches two new divisions for its DeepRacer league. The company has been running virtual races since 2018 to teach developers machine learning. There are two divisions: Open and Pro. The top 16 in the Pro League each month race for a chance to go to the finals at AWS in 2021. It may or may not be virtual, depending on the pandemic recovery.

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