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Amazon Kendra achieves ISO and PCI compliance

Today, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced Amazon Kendra, an intelligent search service powered by machine learning, can now be used for workloads subject to International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and Payment Card Industry Data Security S… Continue Reading — Amazon Kendra achieves ISO and PCI...

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[$] Preserving the mobility of ZONE_MOVABLE

Memory fragmentation has long been a problem for Linux systems, to the point that, for years, finding even two physically contiguous pages was an uncertain affair. That said, the situation has improved considerably in the last decade or so than… Continue Reading — [$] Preserving...

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Announcing new Amazon EC2 T4g instances powered by AWS Graviton2 processors along with a T4g free trial in Asia Pacific (Sydney, Singapore), Europe (London), North Americas (Canada Central, San Francisco), and South Americas (Sao Paulo) regions

Starting today, the latest generation of burstable, general purpose Amazon EC2 T4g instances are now available in Asia Pacific (Singapore, Sydney), Europe (London), North Amreicas (Canada Central, San Francisco), and South Americas (Sao Paulo) regions…. Continue Reading — Announcing new Amazon EC2 T4g instances powered...

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Amazon EBS direct APIs now enable you to create EBS snapshots in the Asia Pacific (Osaka-Local) Region directly from any block storage

Starting today, customers can use Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) direct APIs to create EBS snapshots in the Asia Pacific (Osaka-Local) Region directly from any block storage data, including on-premises data. With a set of API calls, customers can use… Continue Reading — Amazon EBS...

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