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What Is WordPress? WordPress 101, Explained for Beginners

“So what is WordPress, exactly?” – you might be wondering. The simplest answer is this: WordPress is your website’s operating system. Think of it this way, just like your smartphone needs either iOS or Android

Learn about New AWS re:Invent Launches – December AWS Online Tech Talks

Join us in the next couple weeks to learn about some of the new service and feature launches from re:Invent 2018. Learn about features and benefits, watch live demos and ask questions! We’ll have AWS

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New – EC2 P3dn GPU Instances with 100 Gbps Networking & Local NVMe Storage for Faster Machine Learning + P3 Price Reduction

Late last year I told you about Amazon EC2 P3 instances and also spent some time discussing the concept of the Tensor Core, a specialized compute unit that is designed to accelerate machine learning training

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What Is a Content Management System (CMS)? Plus 7 CMS You Need to Know About

A content management system (CMS) helps you create and manage a website via a human-friendly interface rather than needing to work directly with code. Over the rest of this post, we’ll dig into the question

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Here Are the Key Differences Between Web Design and Development

When you’re reading about building websites, you’ll often come across the terms “web design” and “web development”. These two phrases can easily be confusing because people seem to use them in the same way, which

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The Secrets Of Being A Good Writer

  In My Blogging Journal, I write about my blogging journey and the little things that I learned about blogging so far. Today I am going to tell you my understanding of the Basics of Blogging.

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New – AWS Toolkits for PyCharm, IntelliJ (Preview), and Visual Studio Code (Preview)

Software developers have their own preferred tools. Some use powerful editors, others Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) that are tailored for specific languages and platforms. In 2014 I created my first AWS Lambda function using the editor

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AWS Cloud Map: Easily create and maintain custom maps of your applications

Companies are increasingly building their applications as microservices (many separate services that each do a single job). Microservices often allow companies to iterate and deploy more quickly. Many of these microservice-based modern applications are built

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New – Hibernate Your EC2 Instances

As you know, you can easily build highly scalable AWS applications that launch fresh EC2 instances on an as-needed basis. While the instances can be up and running in a matter of seconds, booting the

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Amazon SageMaker Neo – Train Your Machine Learning Models Once, Run Them Anywhere

Machine learning (ML) is split in two distinct phases: training and inference. Training deals with building the model, i.e. running a ML algorithm on a dataset in order to identify meaningful patterns. This often requires

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Amazon Forecast – Time Series Forecasting Made Easy

The capacity to foresee the future would be an incredible superpower. At AWS, we can’t give you that, but we can help you use machine learning to forecast time series in a few steps. The

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New – AWS Global Accelerator for Availability and Performance

Having previously worked in an area where regulation required us to segregate user data by geography and abide by data sovereignty laws, I can attest to the complexity of running global workloads that need infrastructure

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Coming Soon – Snowball Edge with More Compute Power and a GPU

I never get tired of seeing customer-driven innovation in action! When AWS customers told us that they needed an easy way to move petabytes of data in and out of AWS, we responded with the

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New – Predictive Scaling for EC2, Powered by Machine Learning

When I look back on the history of AWS and think about the launches that truly signify the fundamentally dynamic, on-demand nature of the cloud, two stand out in my memory: the launch of Amazon

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