AWS: [email protected] Now Available

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) has made Lambda available at the Edge. By edge they mean the edge nodes of their CloudFront (CF) content distribution network (CDN). This mash-up of the two services allows for processing of final data all the way out to the point where it is almost reaching the client and allows for… Continue reading AWS: [email protected] Now Available

AWS: You’ve Been Chimed

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) has come out with a number of new features to compete with the likes of Google, Microsoft, and a litany of other cloud service provider’s push into the enterprise user space. Google has had Google for Work for quite some time. Microsoft introduced Office 365 within the past couple of years… Continue reading AWS: You’ve Been Chimed

AWS: EBS Update: Elastic EBS Volumes

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A couple years ago Amazon Web Services (AWS) introduced one of the most requested features: a mountable file system that could be used across multiple server/elastic compute/EC2 instances. In addition to that it would scale automatically — no setting a storage size — with however much data you used, just like their simple storage service… Continue reading AWS: EBS Update: Elastic EBS Volumes

AWS: Rekognition Update

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) had added a new feature to it’s Rekognition facial recognition service: age range. The artificial intelligence cloud service has added age ranges to it’s analysis of peoples’ faces. When you feed in a photo (image) it will estimate the minimum and maximum age range of each person in the photo: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/amazon-rekognition-update-estimated-age-range-for-faces/