May 22, 2023 | 19 minute read
May 22nd, 2023 - Instalment #157 Welcome Hello and welcome to the AWS open source newsletter, #157. Apologies for the lack of newsletter last week, but hopefully this week will make up for that as we have a bumper selection of great open source content for you. This weeks new projects include repos that help you get OpenEMR up and running (“host-openemr-on-aws-fargate”), two new security related open source projects that you definitely need to check out, (“cedar” and “snapchange”), integration of clickstream analytics using Swift (“clickstream-swift”), deployment of Backstage to serve up access to your AWS resources, (“app-development-for-backstage-io-on-aws”), a tool to help you clean up ecs tasks definitions (“aws-ecs-task-definition-cleanup”) and many more.
Sep 2, 2022 | 20 minute read
September 2nd, 2022 - Instalment #125 Welcome After a couple of weeks off, it is great to welcome to back to the AWS open source newsletter, edition #125. As it has been a couple of weeks, this edition contains even more open source goodness to keep you occupied. As always, we kick things off we a round up of new open source projects. Over the past couple of weeks, there were so many that it was hard to select them (I will include the others in next weeks newsletter).
Jun 24, 2022 | 14 minute read
June 24th, 2022 - Instalment #118 Welcome to regular and new readers alike, to the AWS open source newsletter episode #118. This week we feature more new open source projects, such as “seed-farmer”, and orchestration tool modelled after GitOps deployments, “aws-proton-plugins-for-backstage” Backstage plugins for interacting with AWS Proton, “dcv-gnome-shell-extension” is a GNOME Shell extension to provide functionalities required by NICE DCV, “simpleiot-arduino” an Arduino library to integrate with the SimpleIOT framework, “event-driven-weather-forecasts” an event driven weather forecasting demo, and many more.