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Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus Is Now Generally Available with Alert Manager and Ruler

At AWS re:Invent 2020, we introduced the preview of Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus,…
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New – Amazon Genomics CLI Is Now Open Source and Generally Available

Less than 70 years separate us from one of the greatest discoveries of all time: the double…
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Open Observability – Part 1: Distributed tracing and observability

Are you getting started with distributed tracing/observability, or plan to use open-source instrumentation? This two-part blog post series will get you started by explaining the key concepts of observability and distributed tracing. …
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🧪 Open Sourcing the Docker Hub CLI Tool

At Docker, we are committed to making developer’s lives easier, and maintaining and extending our commitment to the Open Source community and open standards for many of our projects. We believe building new capabilities into the Docker Platform…
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Announcing Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (in Preview)

Today, in partnership with Grafana Labs, we are excited to announce in preview, Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG), a fully managed service that makes it easy to create on-demand, scalable, and secure Grafana workspaces to visualize…
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Supporting Open Source Projects at Docker

At Docker, we are committed to building a platform that enables collaboration and innovation within the development community. Last month, we announced the launch of a special program to expand our support for Open Source projects that use…
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Unlock end-to-end observability insights with Dynatrace PurePath 4 seamless integration of OpenTracing for Java

Cloud-native technologies and microservice architectures have shifted technical complexity from the source code of services to the interconnections between services. For example, to address challenges like asynchronous communications or security…
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New – Managed Data Parallelism in Amazon SageMaker Simplifies Training on Large Datasets

Today, I’m particularly happy to announce that Amazon SageMaker now supports a new data parallelism library that makes it easier to train models on datasets that may be as large as hundreds or thousands of gigabytes. As data sets and models…