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What’s the point: CLion, Rancher, Apache TVM, and AWS Lambda

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The final CLion release of the year aims to lend C/C++ developers a hand at debugging. To make the experience smoother, it now allows devs to use core dumps for debugging, and to run and debug configurations and unit test applications with root/admin privileges. CLion also provides expandable inline variable views and inline watches so users can follow complex expressions in the editor instead of having to switch into the Watches panel.

Other enhancements in version 2020.3 include better integration with testing tools CTest and Google Test, MISRA C 2012 and MISRA C++ 2008 checks, means to disable CMake profiles and some additional help for working with Makefile projects.

Rancher shuffles under the SUSE CaaS hood

A good five months after having announced its plan to buy enterprise Kubernetes distributor Rancher, SUSE has now declared the acquisition has been finalised. In a blog post on the topic, Rancher co-founder Sheng Liang provided some insight into the future of Rancher, especially in relation to SUSE’s CaaS Platform, which onlookers had been wondering about for a while. 

“SUSE and Rancher customers can expect their existing investments and product subscriptions to remain in full force and effect according to their terms. Additionally, the …

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Out on the edge: The new cloud battleground isn’t in the cloud at all

out on the edge: the new cloud battleground isn’t in the cloud at all

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In the process of building a global e-commerce empire that can deliver goods overnight to much of the developed world, Amazon.com Inc. has developed expertise in distributed computing, robotics and factory automation.
Google LLC’s quest to deliver subsecond responses to search queries has driven it to build a presence on more than 90 of the world’s 240 giant internet exchange points and more than 100 interconnection facilities around the world.
And years of selling to enterprise information technology organizations has made Microsoft Corp. and Oracle Corp. trusted partners in corporate data centers worldwide.
All those forces are coming together now as the cloud service arms of those companies vie for a pole position in the market for edge computing services, one that’s estimated to grow to nearly $16 billion by 2025.
As Amazon Web Services Inc. launches into the virtual version of its annual re:Invent conference this week, it will be against the backdrop of a cloud landscape that is on the path to looking little like the centralized model that has defined it for nearly 15 years. And it’s a trend that even AWS, long a proponent of everything moving to the cloud, has latched onto with a number …

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AWS re:Invent: AWS gets more hybrid, but not multicloud

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Amazon Web Services made a set of announcements during the first day of its AWS re:Invent conference this week aimed at helping customers ease the deployment and management of container-based and serverless applications both on premises and in the AWS cloud, but stopped short of explicitly making it easier to run alongside rival clouds.In this respect there were three major announcements from AWS CEO Andy Jassy’s virtual re:Invent keynote on Tuesday, December 1. The first two, Amazon EKS Anywhere and Amazon ECS Anywhere, are aimed at helping customers run containerized workloads seamlessly on premises and in the cloud.Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) is a managed Kubernetes service that uses the popular open source container orchestrator. Elastic Container Service (ECS) is a more proprietary, AWS-centric option for running containers.Jassy acknowledged that customers often use different flavors of these managed container services for different workloads and in different teams depending on their skill sets and unique requirements.With the Anywhere options, AWS is looking to make it easier to run EKS and ECS both on premises and in the cloud, while alleviating common management headaches by allowing developers to use the same APIs and cluster configurations for …

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Amazon (AMZN) AWS Picked by Itau Unibanco, Cloud Service in Focus

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The Canadian PressEvent organizer drops BookExpo, annual publishing conventionNEW YORK — The annual publishing convention and trade show known as BookExpo, a decades-old tradition where guest speakers have ranged from Bill Clinton to Margaret Atwood, may be coming to an end.
ReedPop, which has managed BookExpo for a quarter century, announced Tuesday that effectively immediately it was “retiring” the event, along with the fan-based BookCon and merchandise-based UnBound. Any future for the convention depends on the wishes of the book community. As in other industries, publishers have debated the necessity of holding BookExpo when much of the business once conducted there has moved online.
BookExpo used to be rotated around the country, from Los Angeles to Chicago to Washington, D.C., but it was held almost exclusively in recent years in Manhattan’s Jacob Javits Center. New York publishers looked to reduce costs, including cutting back sharply on how much space they purchased on the convention floor.
Earlier this year, BookExpo and BookCon were held virtually because of the coronavirus. The status for next year’s show was already in doubt.
“The pandemic arrived at a time in the life cycle of BookExpo and BookCon where we were already examining the restructure …

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AWS: Containers, serverless, and cloud-native computing oh my!

aws: containers, serverless, and cloud-native computing oh my!

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) CEO Andy Jassy is famous for his hours-long keynotes, but his 2020 AWS re: Invent took the cake. While numerous AWS hardware upgrades and the eye-popping announcement that AWS and Apple are now offering macOS as a desktop-as-a-service got most of the headlines, what I see as the most significant updates is how AWS is improving its Lambda serverless function service.

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Of course, we still have to be on servers. Serverless services like Lambda must run on something after all. But serverless computing functions don’t require management. You simply call these functions as needed; they’re executed, scaled, and billed in response to the exact demand needed at the moment.And, when AWS says “the moment,” it means a millisecond of moment. Starting now, AWS announced, “We are rounding up the duration to the nearest millisecond with no minimum execution time.” This is going to save many AWS customers some serious coin.Making it even more useful, you can now allocate up to 10GB of memory to a Lambda function. That’s three-times bigger than before. To put all that RAM to good use, Lambda also allocates CPUs and other resources linearly in proportion to the …

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Last chance to sign up for Digital TV Europe’s webinar on streaming service optimisation

last chance to sign up for digital tv europe’s webinar on streaming service optimisation

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Digital TV Europe is hosting a webinar on optimising streaming services for future growth featuring insights from its own survey-based report and expert opinion from Limelight Networks today at 3pm.

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AWS Expands Breadth, Depth of DevOps Services Portfolio

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Dynatrace Adds to Observability Capabilities

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