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Introducing the AWS Network Firewall – a new managed service to deploy network security across your Amazon VPCs with just a few clicks

AWS Network Firewall is a new AWS-managed service that makes it easy to deploy essential network protections for all of your Amazon Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs). The service can be set up with just a few clicks and scales automatically with your netwo… Continue Reading...


Amazon Connect now supports Amazon Lex chatbots for French, Spanish, Italian and Canadian French

You can now configure your Amazon Lex chatbot to improve engagement with customers who speak French, Spanish, Italian, or Canadian French. Amazon Lex allows you to create intelligent conversational chatbots that can be used with Amazon Connect to automate high volume interactions without compromising customer experience. Customers...


[$] ID mapping for mounted filesystems

Almost every filesystem (excepting relics like VFAT) implements the concept of the owner and group of each file; the higher levels of the operating system then use that information to control access to those files. For decades, it has usually s… Continue Reading — [$]...


Micro clouds: Building your Kubernetes edge computing strategy

Edge strategy is a challenge for many organisations working to define priorities, budgets and connect the edge fleet to their existing cloud infrastructure. Join Dell and Canonical to hear about how to maximise infrastructure benefits with an automated… Continue Reading — Micro clouds: Building your...


AWS ParallelCluster 2.10

AWS ParallelCluster is a fully supported and maintained open source cluster management tool that makes it easy for scientists, researchers, and IT administrators to deploy and manage High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters in the AWS cloud. HPC clust… Continue Reading — AWS ParallelCluster 2.10


Rust 1.48.0 released

Version 1.48.0 of the Rust language has been released. The biggest change appears to be improvements to the documentation system, but there’s more: “The most significant API change is kind of a mouthful: [T; N]: TryFrom<Vec<T>> is n… Continue Reading — Rust 1.48.0 released


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