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Insights is now generally available for AWS X-Ray

Today, AWS X-Ray launches Insights, which helps customers proactively discover issues in applications by using anomaly detection. X-Ray Insights enables developers and DevOps engineers to detect anomalies in fault rate for an application and then notif… Continue Reading — Insights is now generally available for...

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Amazon S3 now supports AWS PrivateLink

Amazon S3 now supports AWS PrivateLink, providing direct access to S3 via a private endpoint within your virtual private network. Simplify your network architecture by connecting to S3 from on-premises or in AWS using private IP addresses in your Virtu… Continue Reading — Amazon S3...

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Martin Wimpress, Ubuntu Desktop Lead, is Leaving Canonical

Ubuntu desktop lead Martin Wimpress has announced he is leaving Canonical. Wimpress became Ubuntu desktop lead in October 2019, taking over from Will Cooke. This post, Martin Wimpress, Ubuntu Desktop Lead, is Leaving Canonical is from OMG! Ubuntu!. Do … Continue Reading — Martin Wimpress,...

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GNU C library 2.33 released

Version 2.33 of the GNU C library is out. Changes this time include a number of dynamic linker improvements, 32-bit RISC-V support, and a number of security fixes. Continue Reading — GNU C library 2.33 released

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SUSE Joins SAP Endorsed Apps Program

For more than two decades, SUSE and SAP have celebrated a strong partnership and commitment to customer success. Rooted in co-innovation, together, we continue to provide immeasurable value and cutting-edge innovation to our joint customers around the world. As SAP solutions enable customers to drive their...

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