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Now available: CloudFormation improvements for Amazon GameLift

We are thrilled to announce that we have also released another requested feature – improved CloudFormation support. With this update, you can leverage improved CloudFormation support to quickly take resources from development into production, or replic… Continue Reading — Now available: CloudFormation improvements for Amazon...


Amazon Personalize now supports batch recommendations

Amazon Personalize is a machine learning service which enables you to personalize your website, app, ads, emails, and more, with custom machine learning models which can be created in Amazon Personalize, with prior no machine learning experience.   Continue Reading — Amazon Personalize now supports...


Announcing EMR Runtime for Apache Spark

We are happy to announce the Amazon EMR runtime for Apache Spark – A performance optimized runtime environment for Apache Spark, available and turned on by default on Amazon EMR clusters. EMR runtime for Spark is up to 32x faster with 100% API compatibility with open...


Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter 605

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 605 for the week of November 10 – 16, 2019. The full version of this issue is available here. In this issue we cover: Ubuntu Stats Hot in Support Open Infrastructure Summit Shanghai 2019: the highlights Growing the Linux...


AWS Lambda now supports Python 3.8

You can now develop your AWS Lambda functions using Python 3.8. This is the newest major release of the Python language, and contains many new features such as assignment expressions, positional-only arguments, and typing improvements. Lambda functions… Continue Reading — AWS Lambda now supports Python...


AWS Lambda now supports Node.js 12

You can now author your AWS Lambda functions in Node.js 12, and use its new features such as the performance improvements in the V8 engine, private class fields, and enhanced stack tracing. Lambda functions written in Node.js 12 run on the latest gener… Continue Reading...


AWS Lambda now supports Java 11

You can now develop AWS Lambda functions using Java 11. You can use Java 11 features such as its improved HTTP Client API and new methods for reading and writing strings when authoring your functions. Lambda functions written in Java 11 run on Amazon L… ...


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