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AWS is sick of waiting for your company to move to the cloud – TechCrunch

AWS is sick of waiting for your company to move to the cloud – TechCrunch

AWS held its annual re:Invent customer conference last week in Las Vegas. Being Vegas, there was pageantry aplenty, of course, but this year’s model felt a bit different than in years past, lacking the onslaught of major announcements we are used to getting at this event. Perhaps the pace of innovation could finally be slowing, […]

Figma launches Auto Layout – TechCrunch

Figma launches Auto Layout – TechCrunch

Figma, the design tool maker that has raised nearly $83 million from investors such as Index Ventures, Sequoia, Greylock and Kleiner Perkins, has today announced a new feature called Auto Layout that takes some of the tedious reformatting out of the design process. Designers are all too familiar with the problem of manually sizing content […]

Design may be the next entrepreneurial gold rush – TechCrunch

Design may be the next entrepreneurial gold rush – TechCrunch

Ten years ago, the vast majority of designers were working in Adobe Photoshop, a powerful tool with fine-tuned controls for almost every kind of image manipulation one could imagine. But it was a tool built for an analog world focused on photos, flyers and print magazines; there were no collaborative features, and much more importantly […]

AWS launches discounted spot capacity for its Fargate container platform – TechCrunch

AWS launches discounted spot capacity for its Fargate container platform – TechCrunch

AWS today quietly brought spot capacity to Fargate, its serverless compute engine for containers that supports both the company’s Elastic Container Service and, now, its Elastic Kubernetes service. Like spot instances for the EC2 compute platform, Fargate Spot pricing is significantly cheaper, both for storage and compute, than regular Fargate pricing. In return, though, you […]

AWS speeds up Redshift queries 10x with AQUA – TechCrunch

AWS speeds up Redshift queries 10x with AQUA – TechCrunch

At its re:Invent conference, AWS CEO Andy Jassy today announced the launch of AQUA (the Advanced Query Accelerator) for Amazon Redshift, the company’s data warehousing service. As Jassy noted in his keynote, it’s hard to scale data warehouses when you want to do analytics over that data. At some point, as your data warehouse or […]

AWS announces new enterprise search tool powered by machine learning – TechCrunch

AWS announces new enterprise search tool powered by machine learning – TechCrunch

Today at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, the company announced a new search tool called Kendra, which provides natural language search across a variety of content repositories using machine learning. Matt Wood, AWS VP of artificial intelligence, said the new search tool uses machine learning, but doesn’t actually require machine learning expertise of any kind. […]

OrbitsEdge partners with HPE on orbital datacenter computing and analytics – TechCrunch

OrbitsEdge partners with HPE on orbital datacenter computing and analytics – TechCrunch

What kinds of businesses might be able to operate in space? Well datacenter are one potential target you might not have thought of. Space provides an interesting environment for datacenter operations, including advanced analytics operations and even artificial intelligence, due in part to the excellent cooling conditions and reasonable access to renewable power supply (solar). […]

AWS’ CodeGuru uses machine learning to automate code reviews – TechCrunch

AWS’ CodeGuru uses machine learning to automate code reviews – TechCrunch

AWS today announced CodeGuru, a new machine learning-based service that automates code reviews based on the data the company has gathered from doing code reviews internally. Developers write the code and simply add CodeGuru to the pull requests. It supports GitHub and CodeCommit, for the time being. The CodeGuru uses its knowledge of reviews from […]

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