AWS IAM Policies in a Nutshell In this post we’re going to go through an explanation and tutorial of IAM policies. The long, deep, dark of AWS documentation can sometimes (understatement) overcomplicate concepts
Building Distributed Locks with the DynamoDB
Building High-Throughput Genomics Batch Workflows on AWS:
Introduction (Part 1 of 4) Deriving insights from data is foundational to nearly every organization, and many customers process high volumes of data every day. One common requirement of customers in life sciences is the need to analyze these data in a high-throughput fashion without sacrificing time-to-insight.
AWS Lambda vs. Azure Functions vs. Google Functions Serverless has been around for more than two years now and is not a new phenomenon. Our recent DevOps Pulse Survey showed, however, that only 30% of the responders are currently using serverless.
Serverless Cost Calculator Calculating cost for AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, Google Cloud Functions, and IBM OpenWhisk
Introducing Azure Event Grid – an event service for modern applications Most modern applications are built using events – whether it is reacting to changes coming from IoT devices, responding to user clicks on mobile apps, or initiating business processes from customer requests.
Demystifying Certificate Requirements in Mutual TLS Understanding
One Git to Master them all Most tools are just a wrapper around the command line. We take a visual approach instead: Branch Explorer as a comprehensive repo visualization, integrated side-by-side diff with Semantic capabilities, proper 3-way merge and more.
Microsoft researchers achieve new conversational speech recognition milestone Last year, Microsoft’s speech and dialog research group announced a milestone in reaching human parity on the Switchboard conversational speech recognition task, meaning we had created technology that recognized words in a conversation as well as professional human transcribers.
Don’t strangle your monolith when migrating to the cloud — starve it to death Imagine that you’ve secured VC funding for a new concept called Muscle Unbound.
Building a Modern Bank Backend At Monzo, we’re building a banking system from scratch. Our systems must be available 24×7 no matter what happens, scalable to hundreds of millions of customers around the world, and very extensible.
Women have more active brains than men Side view of the brain summarizing blood flow results from tens of thousands of study subjects shows increased blood flow in women compared to men, highlighted in the red coloured areas of the brain: the cingulate gyrus and precuneus.
With 8 threatening volcanoes, USGS says California deserves close monitoring With the world’s top volcanologists heading to Portland, Ore., on Aug. 14 for the first international volcanology assembly held in the U.S. since 1989, the many famous, prominent and dangerous volcanoes of the West Coast will be the subject of field trips and much discussion.
US nuclear arsenal controlled by 1970s computers with 8in floppy disks Government Accountability Office report details ‘museum-ready’ machines controlling nuclear force messaging system that are ‘obsolete’ The US military’s nuclear arsenal is controlled by computers built in the 1970s that still use 8in floppy disks.
Hanson: Is California finally reaching the breaking point? Corporate profits at California-based transnational corporations such as Apple, Facebook and Google are hitting record highs. California housing prices from La Jolla to Berkeley along the Pacific Coast can top $1,000 a square foot.
The Charts That Tell the Story of 2017 (So Far) Over the first half of 2017, Insight examined many of the trends dominating the financial industry and making headlines. However, while headlines tell part of the story, nothing quite captures the movements of the market like data.