AWS Open Source Blog
Amazon is committing its entire patent portfolio to the body of patents that are free to use with OIN’s defined open source projects. Our membership is also a statement that AWS is committed to protecting and fostering open source.
AWS has contributed the Async Sink to the Flink 1.15 release. The Async Sink is an abstraction for building sinks with at-least-once semantics to make it easier and less time consuming to build and maintain sinks in Apache Flink.
Today we are happy to announce a new open source project, Finch. Finch is a new command line client for building, running, and publishing Linux containers.
In 2021, we released the AWS Analytics Reference Architecture, a new AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) application end-to-end example, as open source. In 2022, we extended the scope of this project with AWS CDK constructs to provide more granular and reusable examples.
The AWS Modern Applications and Open Source Zone at The Venetian is a must-visit destination for your re:Invent journey. With demos, experts, food, drinks, swag, games, and mystery surprises, how can you not stop by?
Graviton2 and Graviton3 processors are cost efficient and fast for running video transcoding. With the latest improvements to the open source FFmpeg and codecs, the advantage has only improved.
Disney Streaming’s use of serverless and open source technologies has improved their ability to deliver business value safely and reliably.
The AWS Virtual Application Management Solution is an open source companion application to AppStream 2.0 designed to help administrators create AppStream 2.0 images at scale.
The Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus team released two new Kubernetes controllers for zone aware rollouts and disruptions that can be used by any highly available, quorum-base distributed application, such as Cortex, to improve the velocity of deployments in a safe way.
Learn how to use AWS services and open source tools to automate the deployment of a Python Flask application to the AWS Cloud using CodePipeline.