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  • Nov- 2020 -
    26 November
    Photo of Amazon Web Services Experiencing Widespread Outage

    Amazon Web Services Experiencing Widespread Outage

    Amazon Web Services has recovered after a massive outage on Wednesday. The outage only affected one of AWS’s 24 regions, its US-East-1 Region, but it took down many popular web-based services. Roku, Adobe, and Target-owned Shipt were among the sites impacted by the outage. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is back up after being down for most of Wednesday. “We have restored all traffic to Kinesis Data Streams via all endpoints and it is now operating normally,” the company said early Thursday morning. Scores of websites rely on internet infrastructure to function. The outage only affected one of AWS’s 24 regions, its…

  • 5 November
    Photo of Google Will End Support to Google Keep Chrome App by Feb 2021

    Google Will End Support to Google Keep Chrome App by Feb 2021

    Google will end support for its Google Keep Chrome app in February 2021. Keep users accessing the Chrome app are now getting a notification banner at the top of the app that reads, ‘Keep will be moving from the Chrome app to your browser soon’. They are then directed to a ‘Learn more’ support document to ‘Update to keep.google.com’. Google’s note-taking app is now being moved to Keep on the Web. “Access to Keep on your Chrome OS lock screen will no longer be available. You can install a short-cut that opens Keep on your Chrome browser,” reads the Google…

  • 4 November
    Photo of AWS Launches its Next-gen GPU Instances Powered by NVIDIA’s Latest A100 GPUs

    AWS Launches its Next-gen GPU Instances Powered by NVIDIA’s Latest A100 GPUs

    AWS announced the launch of its newest GPU-equipped instances. Dubbed P4d, these new instances are launching a decade after AWS launched its first set of Cluster GPU instances. This new generation is powered by Intel Cascade Lake processors and eight of Nvidia’s A100 Tensor Core GPUs. These instances, AWS promises, offer up to 2.5x the deep learning performance of the previous generation — and training a comparable model should be about 60% cheaper with these new instances. For now, there is only one size available, the p4d.24xlarge instance, in AWS slang, and the eight A100 GPUs are connected over Nvidia’s NVLink communication interface and offer support…

  • 3 November
    Photo of AWS is Opening Yet Another Cloud Computing Region

    AWS is Opening Yet Another Cloud Computing Region

    Amazon’s AWS is once more increasing its presence in Europe with a new cloud computing region expected to open in Switzerland in the second half of 2022. The move will further expand the company’s large footprint on the continent, with six AWS regions already active in France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Sweden and the UK, and another location launching in Spain by 2023. Similar to other AWS regions, the new Swiss location will consist of several separated availability zones (AZs), which refer to data centers in different physical locations within a single region. The data centers in each AZ have independent power, cooling…

  • 2 November
    Photo of AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry Now Available for Public Preview

    AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry Now Available for Public Preview

    AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry Now Available for Public Preview. OpenTelemetry is an observability framework – software and tools that assist in generating and capturing telemetry data from cloud-native software. It is a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Sandbox project with stakeholders from companies like AWS, Microsoft, Google, LightStep, New Relic, Red Hat, and Splunk – who collaborate on defining an open standard for the collection of distributed traces and metrics. Recently, AWS announced the public preview of the AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry, a secure, production-ready, AWS-supported distribution of the OpenTelemetry project. With the AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry, developers can instrument their applications in one go to…

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