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Announcing the General Availability of Amazon Corretto 11 for Linux on ARM32 and for Windows on x86 (32-bit)
Amazon Corretto11 on ARM32 for Linux Platforms and x86 (32-bit) on Windows are now Generally Available. With our ARM32 build, you can run Corretto 11 on Linux distributions on 32bit ARMv7 hardware. Our x86 on Windows build will run on the same supporte… Continue Reading...
Continue Reading — AWS re:Invent 2020 – Cohesity CEO Mohit Aron on using AWS to solve mass data fragmentation
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AWS re:Invent 2020 – Lauren Woods of Southwest Airlines on using AWS to improve its technical health
Continue Reading — AWS re:Invent 2020 – Lauren Woods of Southwest Airlines on using AWS to improve its technical health
The Amazon Connect Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) Adapter for Salesforce v5.9 now supports automatically adding transcripts and insights from Contact Lens for Amazon Connect to customer records and cases in Salesforce Service Cloud. Amazon Connect customers have enjoyed being able to gain valuable insights from their...
Kdenlive 20.12 offers a new subtitle editor, same track transition support, and a vertical video effect. We recap these and other changes in this release. This post, Kdenlive 20.12 Released, Adds Several New Features, New Video Effect is from OMG! Ubun… Continue Reading — Kdenlive...
Continue Reading — Livongo is Helping Members Manage Their Health Using AWS Machine Learning