Amazon Web Services (AWS)Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a comprehensive, excellent, evolving cloud computing platform provided by Amazon.It provides a mix of infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and packaged software as a service (SaaS) offerings.AWS cloud developmentCloud application development is the heart of the Amazon Web Services cloud.This section is dedicated to developers working with platforms such as AWS Elastic Beanstalk, which allows them to easily deploy and manage Web apps; AWS Cloud Formation, which allows you to deploy a collection of AWS resources and Amazon Web Services OpsWorks for DevOps type environments.Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructureSuccessfully moving workloads to the public cloud or hinging your entire business on Amazon Web Services infrastructure can be a tricky endeavor.Companies must possess a strong understanding of all facets of the AWS cloud, including instance types, reliability zones as well as ancillary products available within the cloud infrastructure Get StartedStep 1: Sign up for AWS1st of all you have to sign up with AWS after you have access to Amazon’s cloud computing services.For Sign up procedure user should have a credit card which is not chargeable at the initial stage.Step 2: Launch an ApplicationTo launch the AWS Properly user has to watch 10 mins video of AWS basic which is present on the cloud.
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Legal & General, a multinational British insurer, has partnered with Amazon to create a blockchain system for corporate pension deals.According to Reuters, Legal & General will be using Amazon Web Services’ managed blockchain system to process bulk annuities – benefit pension schemes sold by companies to insurers in a bid to mitigate risks for policy holders.Thomas Olunloyo, CEO of Legal & General Reinsurance, said blockchain suited “the long-term nature of annuities business as it allows data and transactions to be signed, recorded and maintained in a permanent and secure nature over the lifetime of these contracts, which can span over 50 years.”For now, L is releasing the blockchain platform outside its core markets of Britain and the US, but a spokesperson said the system could be made available in these territories in the future.Expectations for the technology in the insurance sector fall in line with those in the wider corporate world.Blockchain’s potential to reduce costs and maximize efficiency has been lauded over the past decade, but very few significant brands have made notable progress when it comes to adopting the technology.
In May 2018, the Middle East-focused free speech and information access group Majal suffered a major cyberattack.Someone had managed to infiltrate a Majal Amazon Web Services account, access a content repository and backups, and wipe out six months of user data and posts across the organization's various message boards and social media platforms."The more time we took trying to figure out what was going on, the more damage the hackers were doing," says Bahrain-based Esra’a Al Shafei, Majal's founder and director."But things have been a lot more stable since we joined the program in August.And knowing that that capability is out there is very comforting—that when we get attacked someone will collaborate with us."Cloudflare's CEO Matthew Prince says that he wishes even more companies would offer similar services.
The Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA) published a report in May on public procurement guidelines which argued that data localization, a legal requirement for cloud operators in China, “on balance weakens data security.”The ACCA is a trade organization that represents the cloud industry in Asia.The authors of the report are executives and public policy experts working at major players in the Asia cloud market, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google, Microsoft, Equinix, and Salesforce.However, these companies have relatively small cloud operations in China.According to the International Data Corporation, a US market intelligence firm, Microsoft held 5% and Salesforce 4% of the Software as a Service market in 2018; AWS held 6% of the Infrastructure as a Service market.Lim added that data localization was not the best way to address these issues.
AWS customers will soon be able to add greater personalization to their online stores as the company has announced that Amazon Personalize, which was announced during last year's ASW re:Invent, is now generally available.Using its API, developers can easily add custom machine learning models to their apps, search results and direct marketing even without previous machine learning experience.Amazon Personalize actually utilizes algorithms originally created for Amazon's own retail business but the company says that all of the machine learning data will be “kept completely private, owned entirely by the customer.”Machine learning: more than a buzzwordVice president of machine learning at AWS Swami Sivasubramanian highlighted the fact that customers can implement AI services without prior machine learning experience in a statement, saying:“We are excited to share with AWS customers the expertise we’ve developed during two decades of using machine learning to deliver great experiences on
Tech giants often work alongside the government to help with a variety of projects and the head of Amazon's cloud computing division has revealed that the company is open to working with any government agency that follows the law.This is in stark contrast to its top rivals, Microsoft and Google, who have turned down government projects over ethical concerns.At the 2019 Code Conference, AWS CEO Andy Jassy responded to a question regarding the company's work with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, saying:“We will serve the federal government, and they will have to use the technology responsibly.Any government department that’s following the law, we will serve them.”At the same time though, Jassy hopes that federal regulators will hurry up or else we could soon have “50 different laws in 50 different states”.
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AWS has been accused of treating the British public like "mugs" after it emerged HMRC splashed £11m with the cloud giant last year, more than six times the amount it received in corporation tax from the US firm.In total, UK government has awarded the cloud arm of Amazon 36 public sector contracts worth £660m in the past four years, according to a study commissioned by the GMB Union.Some £45.5m was forked out by central government on AWS services last year, with the Home Office the biggest spenders at £16m, HMRC coming next and the Department of Work and Pensions at £4m.The DWP payout is in part for hosting bits of the Universal Credit system, the GMB claimed.The Brit tax collector – which El Reg exclusively revealed had ended its service agreement with UK minnow DataCentred in October 2017 in favour of AWS – received £1.7m in corporation tax from AWS on profits of £72.4m for calendar 2017.Also, we don't fancy being taxed on revenues
Promo Amazon Web Services has launched a series of videos to provide an insider’s view of how the cloud can help businesses stay one step ahead of their competitors.The secret lies in a handful of groundbreaking rules, including one of the most surprising: break free of the R department.Instead of restricting the creation of new ideas to one silo, AWS likes to let everyone in the company suggest and try out new concepts, both good and bad.“You need a culture where failure is not merely accepted but celebrated,” says Darren Mowry, managing director, business development, AWS EMEA.AWS’s flexible, on-demand cloud infrastructure encourages this, enabling companies to launch new initiatives without having to invest heavily in time and new IT infrastructure.Constant customer feedback helps to keep improving the product or service, and if it doesn’t take off, the project can be abandoned without great loss.
The chief of Amazon Web Services defended his company's use of facial recognition technology but said he believes it should be subject to government regulation.Andy Jassy, the CEO of Amazon's cloud computing services, speaking Monday at the Code Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, acknowledged that concerns about technologies like its controversial Rekognition program are valid but maintained they still have value."Just because technology could be misused doesn't mean we should ban it and condemn it," Jassy said, comparing it to how a knife could be used in a "surreptitious" manner."All that said, I actually understand why people are worried about it.I think the government should regulate it."Amazon's facial recognition software, dubbed Rekognition, has come under repeated criticism from privacy advocates in the past year.
(Reuters) — The head of Inc’s cloud computing division on Monday said the company would work with any government agency that followed the law, in contrast with rival Microsoft Corp, which has touted its rejection of controversial sales.“We will serve the federal government, and they will have to use the technology responsibly,” Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, said at the 2019 Code Conference after being asked if the company worked with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.“Any government department that’s following the law, we will serve them.”However, Jassy said he hopes that the federal regulators “hurry up”, adding that “otherwise, you’ll have 50 different laws in 50 different states.”In the past year, Amazon has found itself at the center of a growing debate over the use of facial recognition by governments, with critics warning of false matches and arrests and proponents arguing it keeps the public safe.Jassy acknowledged that the issue around facial recognition technology was a “real one”, but said “just because technology could be misused, doesn’t mean you should ban or condemn it.”
Amazon Personalize, first announced during AWS re:Invent last November, is now available to all Amazon Web Services customers.The API enables developers to add custom machine learning models to their apps, including ones for personalized product recommendations, search results and direct marketing, even if they don’t have machine learning experience.The API processes data using algorithms originally created for Amazon’s own retail business, but the company says all data will be “kept completely private, owned entirely by the customer.” The service is now available to AWS users in three U.S. regions, East (Ohio), East (North Virginia) and West (Oregon), two Asia Pacific regions (Tokyo and Singapore) and Ireland in the European Union, with more regions to launch soon.AWS customers who have already added Amazon Personalize to their apps include Yamaha Corporation of America, Subway, Zola and Segment.In Amazon’s press release, Yamaha Corporation of America Director of Information Technology Ishwar Bharbhari said Amazon Personalize “saves us up to 60% of the time needed to set up and tune the infrastructure and algorithms for our machine learning models when compared to building and configuring the environment on our own.”Amazon Personalize’s pricing model charges five cents per GB of data uploaded to Amazon Personalize and 24 cents per training hour used to train a custom model with their data.
Delivering personalized experiences to customers just got easier, thanks to Amazon.The Seattle company today announced the general availability of Amazon Personalize, an AWS service that facilitates the development of websites, mobile apps, and content management and email marketing systems that suggest products, provide tailored search results, and customize funnels on the fly.It’s in select AWS regions to start, including US East (Ohio), US East (North Virginia), US West (Oregon), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Singapore) and EU (Ireland).“We are excited to share with AWS customers the expertise we’ve developed during two decades of using machine learning to deliver great experiences on,” said VP of machine learning at AWS Swami Sivasubramanian.“Customers have been asking for Amazon Personalize, and we are eager to see how they implement these services to delight their own end users.And the best part is that these artificial intelligence services, like Amazon Personalize, do not require any machine learning experience to immediately train, tune, and deploy models to meet their business demands.”
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Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat recently said his firm reached a turning point last year in which its $8 billion tech budget, part of which is used for streamlining its operations to "shrink the cost of running the bank," started to pay off in meaningful net savings."Last year, we crossed the inflection point of actually getting net savings on that," Corbat saidAnd at a recent conference, Gordon Smith, JPMorgan's president and consumer-banking chief, raved about the savings that were materializing within his division.Similarly, Howard Boville, Bank of America's chief technology officer, told Dan DeFrancesco that Bank of America now saves $2.1 billion in infrastructure costs thanks in large part to its transition of workloads to its private cloud in 2013.Kurian said the deal gives the company's customers better tools for making sense of the massive amounts of data they hold— whether that data is stored on Google Cloud or with rivals like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure.The vast majority of people get it wrong."
They contrast with the safe, modest enhancements companies regularly make to existing products and services.AWS now accounts for 13 percent of overall revenue for the multi-billion dollar company.Safeway, a century-old supermarket chain now owned by Albertson’s, experienced the opposite.Safeway and Theranos: Innovation gone badIn 2011, Safeway CEO Steve Burd bet big on a Silicon Valley startup called Theranos.The latter’s spellbinding founder Elizabeth Holmes claimed to have developed a revolutionary blood-testing device that was sure to upend incumbent diagnostics firms.
The AAPicks team writes about things we think you’ll like, and we may see a share of revenue from any purchases made through affiliate links.You could be a Google Data Engineer or even a Cloud Architect instead, and today’s deal can help.The Google Cloud Platform is Google’s answer to AWS.It’s a suite of cloud computing services, and it’s the premier tool for a lot of high-end machine learning applications.It might all sound a bit niche, but TensorFlow is used to manage Big Data, which is where huge sums of money are being invested these days.How else are the corporations going to process all the data they hold about us?