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  1. Predictive Optimization intelligently optimizes your Lakehouse table data layouts for peak performance and cost-efficiency - without you needing to lift a finger. View the full article
  2. AWS Step Functions announces an Optimized Integration for Amazon EMR Serverless , adding support for the Run a Job (.sync) integration pattern with 6 EMR Serverless API Actions (CreateApplication, StartApplication, StopApplication, DeleteApplication, StartJobRun, and CancelJobRun). View the full article
  3. Cloud-native application development in AWS often requires complex, layered architecture with synchronous and asynchronous interactions between multiple components, e.g., API Gateway, Microservices, Serverless Functions, and system of record integration. Performance engineering requires analysis of the performance and resiliency of each component level and the interactions between these. While there is guidance available at the technical implementation of components, e.g., for AWS API Gateway, Lambda functions, etc., it still mandates understanding and applying end-to-end best practices for achieving the required performance requirements at the overall component architecture level. This article attempts to provide some fine-grained mechanisms to improve the performance of a complex cloud-native architecture flow curated from the on-ground experience and lessons learned from real projects deployed on production. The mission-critical applications often have stringent nonfunctional requirements for concurrency in the form of transactions per second (henceforth called “tps”). A proven mechanism to validate the concurrency requirement is to conduct performance testing. View the full article
  4. Amazon OpenSearch Service now provides new Auto-Tune metrics and improved Auto-Tune events that give you better visibility into the cluster performance optimizations made by Auto-Tune. View the full article
  5. AWS Compute Optimizer now supports IOPS and throughput-based EBS volume recommendations. View the full article
  6. Taking a holistic approach to cloud optimization and application modernization can help keep cloud spend in check There’s a fine line between cloud spend and cloud sprawl. Most companies today are using cloud technologies to power their most important products and services, communications and collaboration, but it’s easy to cross the line from spending smartly […] The post How to Optimize Your Cloud Operations appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  7. FreeRTOS version 202011.00 is now available with refactored IoT and AWS libraries: coreMQTT, coreJSON, corePKCS11, and AWS IoT Device Shadow, in addition to the FreeRTOS kernel and FreeRTOS+TCP library. These refactored libraries have been optimized for modularity and memory usage for constrained microcontrollers, and have undergone code quality checks (e.g. MISRA-C compliance, Coverity static analysis), and memory safety validation with the C Bounded Model Checker (CBMC) automated reasoning tool. For more details on these libraries and other features of this release, see the 202011.00 release blog on FreeRTOS.org. View the full article
  8. Today, AWS Marketplace announced the ability for independent software vendors (ISVs) to provide tags corresponding to the metered usage of their software. Customers can enable the vendor provided tags as cost allocation tags to gain visibility into third-party software spend. View the full article
  9. Vercel, during its online Next.JS Conf event, announced an update to its open source reactive programming framework that adds support for automatic image optimization along with access to continuous Web Vitals analytics. Company CEO Guillermo Rauch said Next.js 10 also adds support for internationalized routing and automatic language detection and quick-start e-commerce capabilities. Pioneered by […] The post Vercel Optimizes Apps Based on React Framework appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
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