Formerly codenamed project Nautilus, the service produces detailed analysis of Docker application images hosted on the Docker Hub image repository.
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Gartner published a report today for the small and midsized companies (SMB) crowd showing them the light at the end of the SOA tunnel. According to the report, many SMBs find service-oriented architectures to be daunting, but through 2010, over 40% of their investments in new technology will be directly related to deploying SOA and SOBA (service-oriented business applications).
Now that everyone has thrown in their two-cents, I thought I’d pull together some viewpoints on the Adobe-Macromedia acquisition. By far, Daring Fireball has the most entertaining yet realistic take in its "translating PR-speak to English" post.
New promotional credits include a one-time $100 AWS credit that's valid for 12 months, plus an additional $100 recurring credit that's doled out on a monthly basis.
The interface gives developers a place where they can prototype, build, train, and deploy machine learning models for cloud and mobile apps.
Apparently the two-way texting feature was launched last week, but hadn't been properly announced by AWS.
The launch of Visa Developer marks the first time Visa has made its processing technology broadly available to third parties.
Consumers could soon 'Ask Watson' for health tips ranging from exercise recommendations to how much coffee they should drink.
Aimed at providing security and management capabilities, AppShield leverages the AirWatch SDK and App Wrangling capabilities.
With Lumberyard, AWS is integrating its Twitch video service and ultimately eyeing virtual reality.