We are pleased to announce the release of NICE DCV version 2020.1 with the following new features: Support for printer redirection on DCV Windows server and client DCV Linux server support for Amazon EC2 6th generation Arm-based Graviton2 instances such as M6g/C6g/R6g Support for RHEL 8 and CentOS 8 on Linux server Stylus support with […]
Using the AWS Toolkit for VS Code, customers can now access Simple Storage Service (S3) resources in their account using the AWS Explorer view in the code editor. S3 integration makes it easy for customers to access S3 buckets and S3 objects in those buckets without leaving the VS Code interface. All CRUD (create, read, update, […]
The AWS CodeDeploy Agent now has improved memory efficiency for Amazon Linux 2 (AL2), Ubuntu, and RHEL7 and added support for Ubuntu 19.10 and Ubuntu 20.04. Additionally, stability issues on Windows Server 2019 related to Disk Cleanup have been fixed. With this release AWS CodeDeploy has included AL2 and Windows Server 2019 as officially supported […]
The Live Streaming on AWS solution demonstrates how to ingest, transcode, and deliver live streaming video with high availability and at scale. Built with AWS Elemental MediaLive and AWS Elemental MediaPackage, this solution is designed to provide high levels of resilience by using a standard MediaLive channel with dual inputs and outputs as well as […]
You can now include Amazon SageMaker Processing in your machine learning workflows created using AWS Step Functions, allowing you to build data processing and compute steps into your machine learning workflows without leaving the SageMaker service.
You can specify up to fifteen EC2 instance types on instance fleets using allocation strategy to diversify your spot requests and get steep discounts. Previously, instance fleets allowed only a maximum of five instance types.
Starting today, AWS Certificate Manager (ACM) Private Certificate Authority (CA) now offers PrivateLink endpoints. ACM Private CA support for AWS PrivateLink enables you to use ACM Private CA APIs inside of your Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and route data between your VPC and Private CA entirely within the AWS network.
Following the announcement of updates to the PostgreSQL database, we have updated Amazon Aurora with PostgreSQL compatibility to support PostgreSQL version 11.7 in AWS GovCloud (US) Regions. This release contains bug fixes and improvements from the PostgreSQL community.
During the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations expected a slowdown in their digital transformation efforts. Instead, we saw many enterprises accelerate their use of cloud-based services to help them manage and address emerging priorities in the new normal, which includes a distributed workforce and new digital strategies. Today, to kick off our […]
As cloud adoption grows, we’re seeing exponential growth in cloud resources. With this we’re also seeing growth in permissions, granted to humans and workloads, to access and change those resources. This introduces potential risks, including the misuse of privileges, that can compromise your organization’s security.To mitigate these risks, ideally every human or workload should only […]
Digital certificates underpin identity and authentication for many networked devices and services. Recently, we’ve seen increased interest in using public key infrastructure (PKI) in DevOps and device management, particularly for IoT devices. But one of the most fundamental problems with PKI remains—it’s hard to set up Certificate Authorities (CA), and even harder to do it […]
Business intelligence workflows at any organization can help the business make better decisions, like where to expand your company and how to most effectively deploy your resources. My work as a data analyst, open data advocate, and former lead of the Google Cloud Public Datasets Program has given me a broad view into how data […]
With new threats, constantly evolving regulations, and the need to secure increasingly decentralized environments, keeping your organization safe and compliant keeps getting more complex. This year, COVID-19 has impacted all of us in multiple ways—including in how we think about and manage security. Google Cloud Next ‘20: OnAir has a range of sessions on ways we […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the world, from changing the way we live to driving extraordinary acts of human compassion. Nowhere have both the disruption and perseverance been more evident than among the front-line workers who continue to respond tirelessly.In partnership with the Harvard Global Health Institute, Google Cloud is releasing […]
Week three of Google Cloud Next ‘20: OnAir was all about our best-in-class cloud infrastructure, and how to use it to easily run your most demanding applications. From opening remarks from VP of Cloud Infrastructure Brad Calder, Networking GM Shailesh Shukla, and Compute GM June Yang, to deep dives from Google Cloud experts, to breakout […]
Whether their businesses are making strategic shifts or supporting a growing remote workforce, IT departments have been the stabilizing force keeping workers productive, secure, and happy in 2020. And many rely on the cloud to help them reduce high-maintenance infrastructure, enable flexible working environments, and maintain the highest level of security for their employees. According […]
Like all developers, you want the confidence that your next deployment will be healthy.But deploying immediately to 100% of the traffic can be risky in the event something goes wrong. A best practice is to roll out changes gradually and observe any regressions or errors that might occur in the new version of the code. […]
In response to the global health crisis caused by COVID-19, the healthcare and life sciences (HCLS) industry has entered a cycle of rapid transformation and innovation. Healthcare providers are working overtime to provide the best and most efficient care possible, protect employees, and streamline business operations. Google Cloud has partnered with many of our healthcare […]
Azure Arc is a preview service that enables users to create and attach Kubernetes clusters both inside and outside of Azure. Azure Arc also enables the user to manage Windows and Linux machines outside of Azure the same way native Azure Virtual Machines are managed.
The way we work and live has changed. Over the last several months, enterprises have had to shift their strategy from physical first to digital first and accelerate their digital transformation to enable remote productivity, reduce costs, or rapidly address new opportunities.
Across the globe, businesses are emerging into a new normal, eager to restart or rebuild, but still operating in uncertain times. Optimizing costs and redirecting the spend to where it matters most is as important as ever, and many companies see the cloud as a way to control costs, build resilience and accelerate time to […]
Azure landing zones in the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure are designed to accelerate efforts to map, modernize, or even reimagine the operating model. Azure landing zones help build a cloud environment aligned to the optimal technology operations specific to your needs in the cloud.