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Amazon Rekognition now detects violence, weapons, and self-injury in images and videos; improves accuracy for nudity detection

Amazon Rekognition is a deep learning-based image and video analysis service that can identify objects, people, text, scenes, as well as support content moderation by detecting unsafe content. Starting today, you can detect content related to ‘Violence’ and ‘Visually Disturbing” themes, such as blood, wounds, weapons,...


Amazon EMR Integration With AWS Lake Formation Is Now In Beta, Supporting Database, Table, and Column-level access controls for Apache Spark

Amazon EMR now supports enforcing AWS Lake Formation-based fine-grained access control policies for Apache Spark. You can enforce Databases, Tables, and Columns-level policies for data stored in Amazon S3. Policies defined in AWS Lake Formation are enf… Continue Reading — Amazon EMR Integration With AWS...


Amazon Athena adds Support for AWS Lake Formation Enabling Fine-Grained Access Control on Databases, Tables, and Columns

Amazon Athena now supports enforcing AWS Lake Formation policies for fine-grained access control to new or existing databases, tables, and columns defined in the AWS Glue Data Catalog for data stored in Amazon S3. Continue Reading — Amazon Athena adds Support for AWS Lake Formation...


Your learning journey with SUSE

I hate to say it, but summer is finally winding down. This time of year just “feels” like school, doesn’t it? Some kids are already back in school but mine have a couple of weeks of summer left that they are trying to savor. For my...


Use AWS Systems Manager to resolve operational issues with your .NET and Microsoft SQL Server Applications

AWS Systems Manager now integrates with Amazon CloudWatch Application Insights for .NET and SQL Server, enabling you to easily and quickly resolve problems impacting your application health. CloudWatch Application Insights helps you set up and analyze … Continue Reading — Use AWS Systems Manager to...


Stable kernels 5.2.8, 4.19.66, and 4.14.138

Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of three new stable kernels: 5.2.8, 4.19.66, and 4.14.138. As usual, the kernels contain important fixes, so users should upgrade. Continue Reading — Stable kernels 5.2.8, 4.19.66, and 4.14.138


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