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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Chatbot: Points to rememberMay 31, 2020

Chatbot makes easy to securely integrate multiple AWS services with Slack channels and Amazon Chime chat rooms for ChatOps. Users can run commands from Slack to retrieve diagnostic information, invoke AWS Lambda functions or create AWS Support cases. Users can use AWS Chatbot to receive notifications from AWS services, like CloudWatch alarms, Health events, Security Hub findings, Budgets alerts…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Quantum Ledger Database: Points to rememberMay 23, 2020

Quantum Ledger Database is a purpose-built ledger database that provides a complete and cryptographically verifiable history of all changes made to application data. Data in Amazon QLDB is written to an append-only journal, providing the developer with full data lineage. Data in Amazon QLDB's journal is immutable and verifiable, meaning users can trust the data in their ledger. QLDB is not a…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Route 53: Points to rememberMay 19, 2020

Route 53 provides highly available and scalable DNS, domain name registration and health-checking web services. Users can combine their DNS with health-checking services to route traffic to healthy endpoints or to independently monitor or alarm on endpoints. With Route 53, users can create and manage their public DNS records. Route 53 is designed to automatically answer queries from the optimal…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Elasticsearch: Points to rememberMay 16, 2020

Amazon ES Service is a managed service that makes it easy to deploy, operate & scale Elasticsearch clusters in the AWS Cloud. ES Service domains are Elasticsearch clusters created using the Amazon Elasticsearch Service console, CLI or API. Each domain is an Elasticsearch cluster in the cloud with the compute and storage resources user specify. Users can create and delete domains, define…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Athena: Points to rememberMay 13, 2020

Athena is an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data in Amazon S3 using standard SQL. Athena is serverless, so there is no infrastructure to setup or manage & user can start analyzing data immediately. Athena uses Presto with full standard SQL support and works with a variety of standard data formats, including CSV, JSON, ORC, Apache Parquet and Avro. Users can use Athena to…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Pinpoint: Points to rememberMay 06, 2020

Pinpoint is AWS’s Digital User Engagement Service that enables AWS customers to effectively communicate with their end users and measure user engagement across multiple channels including email, Text Messaging (SMS) and Mobile Push Notifications. Pinpoint is built on a service-based architecture. Pinpoint provides tools that enables audience management & segmentation, campaign management…

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March Meetup: IoT (Internet of Things) on AWSFebruary 28, 2020

Title : Building resiliency in IoT deployment with AWS IoT Greengrass and FreeRTOS Abstract: The embedded domain is not only impacted by physical hardware capabilities, but environmental constraints as well. In this presentation, we’ll show how you can manage, control, and perform OTA updates to your fleet of microcontrollers running FreeRTOS. Additionally, we’ll show how AWS IoT Greengrass…

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February Meetup: Databases on AWSFebruary 01, 2020

Talk I Title: Introducing Dgraph and tips and tricks for running your own distributed database on EKS Abstract: Dgraph is an open-source, transactional, distributed, native Graph database. Dgraph is optimized for high-performance reads and writes. It can serve queries and mutations with low latency and high throughput, even when they involve deep joins and traversals. We all know about…

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Meetup report: January 2020: What happened at Las Vegas! AWS re:Invent 2019 re:CapJanuary 20, 2020

Meetup Announcement - https://www.awsugblr.in/blog/2019-12-26-january-meetup-what-happened-at-las-vegas-aws-re-invent-2019-re-cap/ AWS User group Bengaluru hosted the Jan 2020 meetup at Amazon India office on Saturday Morning, January 18. The morning had multiple flavors of learning, networking and getting introduced to new AWS services & updates. It was a well-attended event with around 8…

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Amazon Alexa Community Day 2020 - Grab Your Tickets Now !January 20, 2020

Attending ‘Amazon Alexa Community Day 2020' will help you with: Renew, revive & revitalize to exemplify your excitement about the work you do Learn industry trends and intricacies about innovative implementations from Alexa experts Network with fellow Alexa veterans & techies during breaks Novice to pioneer on relentless pursuit to learn can rejoice the Alexa offerings & success stories under one…

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