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Blog: Kubernetes Validating Admission Policies: A Practical Example

Authors: Craig Box (ARMO), Ben Hirschberg (ARMO) Admission control is an important part of the Kubernetes control plane, with several internal features depending on the ability to approve or change an API object as it is submitted to the server. It is also useful for an administrator to be able to define business logic, or Read more about Blog: Kubernetes Validating Admission Policies: A Practical Example[…]

Jenkins 2.397 and 2.387.2: New Linux Repository Signing Keys

Beginning March 28, 2023, the Jenkins weekly releases will use new repository signing keys for the Linux installation packages. The same change will be made in Jenkins LTS releases beginning April 5, 2023. Administrators of Linux systems must install the new signing keys on their Linux servers before installing Jenkins Jenkins weekly 2.397 or Jenkins Read more about Jenkins 2.397 and 2.387.2: New Linux Repository Signing Keys[…]

Announcing General Availability of Step-by-Step Guides for Amazon Connect Agent Workspace

At AWS re:Invent 2022 we announced the availability of step-by-step guides for Amazon Connect agent workspace in preview. My colleagues who collaborated to write the announcement post wrote about some of the challenges that contact centers face with training new agents to get up to speed with their agent desktop. They also mentioned that until Read more about Announcing General Availability of Step-by-Step Guides for Amazon Connect Agent Workspace[…]

How French Broadcaster TF1 Used AWS Cloud Technology and Expertise to Bring the FIFA World Cup to Millions

Three years before millions of viewers saw, arguably, one of the most thrilling World Cup Finals ever broadcast, TF1, the leading private TV channel in France, started a project to redefine the foundations of its broadcasting platform, including adopting a new cloud-based architecture. They, and all other broadcasters, have been observing diminishing audiences for traditional Read more about How French Broadcaster TF1 Used AWS Cloud Technology and Expertise to Bring the FIFA World Cup to Millions[…]

Ansible Validated Content: Introduction to infra.osbuild Collection

Introduction to the Image builder use case During the last year we met with multiple edge customers, covering the automation needs for IT Linux infrastructure at scale across remote locations where there is often no IT staff on site. Think about retail stores, dark stores and warehouses where self-checkout, handhelds and POS devices hosting RHEL Read more about Ansible Validated Content: Introduction to infra.osbuild Collection[…]

AWS Application Migration Service Major Updates: Import and Export Feature, Source Server Migration Metrics Dashboard, and Additional Post-Launch Actions

AWS Application Migration Service (AWS MGN) can simplify and expedite your migration to AWS by automatically converting your source servers from physical, virtual, or cloud infrastructure to run natively on AWS. In the post, How to Use the New AWS Application Migration Server for Lift-and-Shift Migrations, Channy introduced us to Application Migration Service and how Read more about AWS Application Migration Service Major Updates: Import and Export Feature, Source Server Migration Metrics Dashboard, and Additional Post-Launch Actions[…]

Amazon Chime SDK Call Analytics: Real-Time Voice Tone Analysis and Speaker Search

Today, I am pleased to announce the availability of Amazon Chime SDK call analytics, a new set of capabilities that helps make it easier and cost effective to record and generate insights on real-time audio calls: transcription, voice tone analysis, and speaker search. We’ve also improved the Amazon Chime SDK section of the AWS Management Read more about Amazon Chime SDK Call Analytics: Real-Time Voice Tone Analysis and Speaker Search[…]

AWS Week in Review – March 27, 2023

This post is part of our Week in Review series. Check back each week for a quick roundup of interesting news and announcements from AWS! In Finland, where I live, spring has arrived. The snow has melted, and the trees have grown their first buds. But I don’t get my hopes high, as usually around Read more about AWS Week in Review – March 27, 2023[…]

A Deeper Look: Red Hat Named a Leader in the Forrester Wave

This week, we announced that Red Hat has been named a leader in The Forrester Wave™ Infrastructure Automation, Q1 2023. In an effort to help explain this result from our point of view, the following blog answers some of the most frequently asked questions.   What is The Forrester Wave? “The Forrester Wave™ is a Read more about A Deeper Look: Red Hat Named a Leader in the Forrester Wave[…]

AWS Clean Rooms Now Generally Available — Collaborate with Your Partners without Sharing Raw Data

Companies across multiple industries, such as advertising and marketing, retail, consumer packaged goods (CPG), travel and hospitality, media and entertainment, and financial services, increasingly look to supplement their data with data from business partners, to build a complete view of their business. Let’s take a marketing use case as an example. Brands, publishers, and their Read more about AWS Clean Rooms Now Generally Available — Collaborate with Your Partners without Sharing Raw Data[…]