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Oracle Java popularity sliding, New Relic reports

Oracle Java has fallen to just 34% of Java distributions in use, with Amazon rising to 22%, according to New Relic’s 2022 State of the Java Ecosystem report.

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AWS Amplify adds visual development tool

AWS Amplify Studio gives developers a visual interface for building full-stack web and mobile apps by pointing and clicking.

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AWS unveils ML-powered devops for AWS Lambda

Amazon DevOps Guru for Serverless uses machine learning to improve the operational availability and performance of AWS Lambda applications.

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AWS launches $30M Impact Accelerator for minority-led startups

The cloud vendor's new program will provide cash and AWS credits for early stage startups led by female, Black, Latino, and LGBTQIA+ founders.

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Turns out AWS can partner after all

AWS has always been both competitor and partner, but in its pursuit of scale, it’s now taking a more neighborly approach.

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In an evolving cloud world, Azure passes AWS

Flexera 2022 State of the Cloud survey finds data warehouses, databases, and containers to be the top cloud draws, with serverless and AI/ML rising fast.

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Review: Document parsing in AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud

Amazon Textract, Azure Form Recognizer, and Google Document AI can parse your unstructured documents and produce structured information for all kinds of digital transformation use cases.

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Top developer takeaways from AWS re:Invent 2021

AWS’s annual conference may be less about builders than it used to be, but there were still plenty for developers to get their teeth into. Here are our top picks among the talks and announcements.

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AWS brings no-code to Amazon SageMaker machine learning

Amazon SageMaker Canvas provides a visual interface for preparing data and training models, no programming or machine learning expertise required.

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Red Hat plops Celonis EMS on AWS cloud

Celonis EMS applies real-time process intelligence to system data to increase the efficiency of business processes.

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AWS kicks off re:Invent with compute, networking, and data launches

New AWS CEO Adam Selipsky fired off a barrage of new product announcements in his first AWS re:Invent keynote.

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Inside the new AWS

What will AWS announce at re:Invent this year? Count on the cloud leader to begin stripping away the complexity of its horizontal infrastructure services with vertical solutions.

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Cloud costs a lot of money

Recent capital expenditure reports show that the hyperscalers’ spending brings new meaning to ‘pay to play.’

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Elastic’s Shay Banon: Why we went beyond our search roots—and stood up to ‘bully’ AWS

The search company has expanded into the APM and security markets and opened a new open source battlefield with the industry’s dominant cloud company, AWS.

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Amazon Honeycode review: No-code has its limits

Amazon’s no-code app builder makes quick work of creating simple apps and integrations. Creating useful ones will require help from a programmer, a DBA, or IT.

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Cyber security in the public cloud

A brief guide to the network, infrastructure, data, and application security capabilities AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud provide to prevent cyber attacks and protect your cloud-based resources and workloads.

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Open source is selfish

Companies don't support open source for purely altruistic reasons. They expect a return on their investment.

What you don’t know about working with AWS

You’ll get further by understanding what a company values and what makes its employees tick.

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