Enterprise Tech News: Microsoft Rolls Out Azure Event Grid Preview, Google Releases Tensorflow Serving Library, AWS Unveils Amazon Macie
21 Aug. 2017 Enterprise Tech News
This week’s tech news roundup features: Microsoft announces Azure Event Grid preview, Google unveils TensorFlow Serving library, and AWS launches Amazon Macie.
Microsoft Ships A Preview Of Its New Event Routing Service For Azure
Microsoft has rolled out a preview of Azure Event Grid, a new service designed for developers who build event-based and serverless applications. Azure Event Grid provides access to a fully managed event routing service while complementing Azure Functions, Azure Logic Apps, and various other Microsoft serverless offerings.
With Event Grid, programmers can make first-class objects in Azure and work with third-party services without having to worry about infrastructure, provisioning, or scaling. It has a pay-per-event subscription model and lets you get started quickly by providing first 100,000 operations free for a month.
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Google Open Sources TensorFlow Serving
Google has open sourced TensorFlow Serving, a high-performance library for machine-learned models in production environments. TensorFlow Serving 1.0 is designed to ease the deployment of algorithms and experiments. It maintains the same server architecture and APIs and allows you to push out and roll back multiple versions of models over time.
Developers can make use of TensorFlow Serving to integrate with TensorFlow learning models as well as with various other model types. However, a Docker container is required to install the server binary on non-Linux systems. TensorFlow Serving 1.0 further includes servables, sources, loaders, and managers.
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AWS Introduces Amazon Macie For Cloud Data Security
Amazon has launched a new security tool, Amazon Macie. Macie leverages machine learning to identify the sensitive data that a customer stores in AWS and take necessary steps to secure it. “Amazon Macie recognizes sensitive data such as personally identifiable information (PII) or intellectual property, and provides customers with dashboards and alerts that give visibility into how this data is being accessed or moved,” a press release said.
Amazon Macie is intended to simplify the jobs of security professionals by automating various daily processing tasks related to categorizing and securing cloud data. The new security tool works with the data stored in Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and can be enabled via AWS Management Console.
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