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AWS Glue DataBrew now allows you to configure the size of the dataset when auto-generating data quality statistics

When running profile jobs in AWS Glue DataBrew to auto-generate 40+ data quality statistics like column-level cardinality, numerical correlations, unique values, standard deviation, and other statistics, you can now configure the size of the dataset yo… Continue Reading — AWS Glue DataBrew now allows you...


Amazon EC2 M5zn instances, with high frequency processors and 100 Gbps networking are now available in Asia Pacific (Singapore and Sydney)

Starting today, general purpose Amazon EC2 M5zn instances are available in the AWS Asia Pacific (Singapore and Sydney) regions. These new instances are a high frequency, high speed and low-latency networking variant of Amazon EC2 M5 instances, powered … Continue Reading — Amazon EC2 M5zn...


AA21-042A: Compromise of U.S. Water Treatment Facility

Original release date: February 11, 2021SummaryOn February 5, 2021, unidentified cyber actors obtained unauthorized access to the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system at a U.S. drinking water treatment plant. The unidentified actors used the SCADA system’s software to increase the amount of sodium hydroxide,...


Introducing Amazon VPC Endpoints for AWS CloudHSM

You can now access AWS CloudHSM service APIs from your Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) using VPC endpoints. Amazon VPC endpoints are easy to configure and provide reliable connectivity to AWS CloudHSM service APIs without requiring an interne… Continue Reading — Introducing Amazon VPC...


[$] kcmp() breaks loose

Given the large set of system calls implemented by the Linux kernel, it would not be surprising for most people to be unfamiliar with a few of them. Not everybody needs to know the details of setresgid(), modify_ldt(), or lookup_dcookie(), aft… Continue Reading — [$]...


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