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Meet the New Linux Distro Inspired by the iPad

I’ve seen a tonne of Linux distros come and go in the 12 years I’ve been blogging about Ubuntu, but precious few have been designed exclusively for tablet use. So when I came across JingOS, […] This post, Meet the New Linux Distro Inspired by the...

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Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels is now available in the Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Seoul), and Asia Pacific (Tokyo) AWS Regions

Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels is now available in four additional regions AWS regions: Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Seoul), and Asia Pacific (Tokyo). Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels is an automated machine learning… Continue Reading — Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels is now available...

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Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights now available on AWS Graviton2

AWS announces the availability of Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights, a fully managed, integrated, and pay-as-you-go container monitoring and analytics service for CloudWatch on AWS Graviton2. CloudWatch Container Insights enables you to explore, ana… Continue Reading — Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights now available on AWS Graviton2

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Stenberg: Food on the table while giving away code

Daniel Stenberg writes about getting paid to work on curl — 21 years after starting the project. “I ran curl as a spare time project for decades. Over the years it became more and more common that users who submitted bug reports or asked for help about...

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Introducing update to Multi-Region Application Architecture

The AWS Solutions team recently updated Multi-Region Application Architecture, a reference architecture that models a serverless active/passive workload with asynchronous replication of application data and failover from a primary to a secondary AWS Re… Continue Reading — Introducing update to Multi-Region Application Architecture

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[$] Fast commits for ext4

The Linux 5.10 release included a change that is expected to significantly increase the performance of the ext4 filesystem; it goes by the name “fast commits” and introduces a new, lighter-weight journaling method. Let us look into how the featu… Continue Reading — [$] Fast...

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