What news from AWS re:Invent last week will have the most impact on you?
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Super-fast S3 Express storage.
New Graviton 4 processor instances.
Emily Freeman leaving AWS.
I don't use AWS, so none of this will affect me.
STORIES BY Susan Hall — PAGE 9
Microsoft Acquires Citus Data for Postgres Scale
StackRox Adds Kubernetes-Specific Security Capabilities
Clubhouse, Project Management Software for Engineers
Airflow, a Workflow Orchestrator for Big Data
The Envoy Proxy Finds a Home at the CNCF, Amazon Web Services
Flux: InfluxData’s New Language for Time-Series Data
How Low Can Kubernetes Go? Rancher, Arm Team to Find Out
Reaching 1.0, HashiCorp Vault Comes into Its Own
Twistlock Enhances Visibility into Multicloud, Istio, Kubernetes
Rockset: Fast SQL Querying on Raw Data
Aqua’s ‘Guardrails’ for Securing Serverless Containers, Functions
Rancher Takes Kubernetes Management to China
Mesosphere Doubles Down on Kubernetes, Multicluster Management
Bitnami Stacksmith Packages Apps for AWS, Azure
Gravity Clones Clusters to Simplify Kubernetes Management
HashiCorp Aims to Lighten Management of the Multicloud
Turning Blue: IBM to Acquire Red Hat
CA’s AIOps Platform Promises Holistic Intelligence for Operations
Chef InSpec 3.0: Wider, Deeper on Automated Compliance
Kafka Alternative Pulsar Unifies Streaming and Queuing
KubeDirector, BlueData’s Custom Controller for Big Data Tasks
Pulumi Kubespy: Watch Kubernetes Deployments as They Happen
Hitachi Vantara: Improved Security, Management for Kubernetes
Kong, at 1.0, a Service Control Platform
Tidelift Pays Open Source Maintainers to Provide Enterprise-Grade Guarantees
Data Artisans Builds a Flink-Based Transactional Ledger for Streaming Data
Aljabr Aims to Simplify Care and Feeding of Data Pipelines
Akka Java Middleware: What Goes Inside the Containers Counts