How Netflix’s ML framework, Metaflow drives open source adoption with AWS Service Catalog

By Dustin Ward

Amazon Web Services FeedHow Netflix’s ML framework, Metaflow drives open source adoption with AWS Service Catalog It’s indisputable that organizations are increasingly becoming more and more data-driven and data science proficient. The volume of data and the number of people working with data is growing. In places where machine learning is necessary, organizations have typically…

Amazon Personalize enhances Recommendation Filters with filtering on item metadata

By Dustin Ward

Amazon Web Services FeedAmazon Personalize enhances Recommendation Filters with filtering on item metadata Amazon Personalize uses machine learning technology perfected from over 20 years of recommender systems development at Amazon.com. With Amazon Personalize you are can personalize recommendations for products, videos, music, ebooks, ads, marketing emails, and more, for your users, without any prior machine…

This month in AWS Machine Learning: July 2020 edition

By Dustin Ward

Amazon Web Services FeedThis month in AWS Machine Learning: July 2020 edition Every day there is something new going on in the world of AWS Machine Learning—from launches to new use cases like posture detection to interactive trainings like the AWS Power Hour: Machine Learning on Twitch. We’re packaging some of the not-to-miss information from…

Hardening code reviews on GitHub Enterprise repositories with Amazon CodeGuru

By Dustin Ward

Amazon Web Services FeedHardening code reviews on GitHub Enterprise repositories with Amazon CodeGuru This post walks you through associating the GitHub Enterprise repository with Amazon CodeGuru Reviewer. This repository support is available for both self-hosted and cloud-hosted GitHub Enterprise options. In this post, we focus on associating CodeGuru with the repository on a self-hosted GitHub…

Deleting a Stuck CloudFormation Stack

By Dustin Ward

Amazon Web Services FeedDeleting a Stuck CloudFormation Stack One of the things I have come across many times over the years is attempting to delete an AWS CloudFormation Stack and getting an error like this: Role arn:aws:iam::123456789012:role/CloudFormationTrustRole-2CDE9F7RUUTH is invalid or cannot be assumed In this case, an IAM Role used by the stack either got…