aws re:Invent

  • AWS releases SageMaker to make it easier to build and deploy machine learning models

    AWS releases SageMaker to make it easier to build and deploy machine learning models

    Cloud services are designed to take away a lot of the complexity associated with managing a particular process, whether that’s software or infrastructure. Today, machine learning is quickly gaining traction with developers, and AWS wants to help remove some of the obstacles associated with building and deploying machine learning models. To that end, the company announced Amazon SageMaker… Read More

  • Amazon Transcribe is a sophisticated transcription service for AWS

    Amazon Transcribe is a sophisticated transcription service for AWS

    Amazon is hosting AWS Re:INVENT today, its developer conference for all things AWS. And the company just announced a promising new service called Amazon Transcribe. The service is now available as a preview and goes beyond many automated transcribing services. Now that video and audio have overtaken the web, it has become harder to parse information inside those media formats. One way to do it… Read More

  • Amazon introduces an AWS graph database service called Amazon Neptune

    Amazon introduces an AWS graph database service called Amazon Neptune

    Amazon is in the middle of its AWS Re:INVENT keynote right now, and the company just announced a brand new database service. Amazon Neptune has been specifically designed for relationship graphs. So if you’re thinking about building a social network feature, Neptune can help you. The issue with traditional relational databases is that they’re not made for complex social graphs… Read More

  • NFL teams with AWS on statistics package driven by machine learning

    NFL teams with AWS on statistics package driven by machine learning

    The NFL is joining Major League Baseball as an AWS customer, announcing a deal today to provide real-time statistics running on AWS. The tool is part of the NFL’s Next Gen Stats program, which will take advantage of AWS machine learning and data analytics tools to enhance its current offering. MLB has had a similar deal in place with its StatCast tool. The NFL uses RFID tags in… Read More

  • Skytap Now Ports To The Amazon Cloud

    Skytap Now Ports To The Amazon Cloud

    Cloud automation company Skytap¬†has launched advanced integration capabilities with Amazon Web Services (AWS) that allow customers to develop and test on Skytap Cloud workloads that mirror AWS production environments. The company provides a platform that has until now been used for VMware-based environments. Companies export their virtual machines to Skytap and then provision accordingly. Read More

  • 10 Conferences To Attend If You Are Looking To Meet Developers

    10 Conferences To Attend If You Are Looking To Meet Developers

    The event world is getting really stale while at the same point showing a new spring of innovation that in many respects mirror the enterprise and its own paradox of sluggishness and fresh perspectives. The big trade events and user conferences do have their merit. Read More

  • Amazon Web Services Expected To Hit $1.5 Billion In Revenues For 2012

    Amazon Web Services Expected To Hit $1.5 Billion In Revenues For 2012

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) is expected to earn $1.5 billion in revenues this year, but overall the organization still remains under-appreciated as a core asset of Amazon.com. But that may change this week as AWS holds its first conference¬†in Las Vegas. The event should give more attention to an organization that has had arguably the deepest impact on IT and the enterprise software market. Read More