From Cloud Spanner on GCP to S3 Object Lambda, from Cassandra on Azure to Amazon Lookout for Vision: a recap of the topics I covered for InfoQ in March 2021.
Cloud Spanner Adds Support for Liquibase
Google Cloud has recently added support for Liquibase on Cloud Spanner. The new extension allows developers to use the open-source database library to manage and automate schema changes for the globally distributed SQL database on Google Cloud.
Microsoft Announces Azure Managed Instance for Apache Cassandra
At this year’s Ignite conference, Microsoft announced the public preview of Azure Managed Instance for Apache Cassandra, a NoSQL database product to manage Cassandra-based workloads into Azure cloud.
Amazon Lookout for Vision Now Generally Available
Amazon has recently announced the general availability of Amazon Lookout for Vision, an anomaly detection product that uses machine learning to process images to spot process defects and anomalies in manufactured products.
Amazon Redshift Data Sharing Now Generally Available
Amazon has recently announced the general availability of the Amazon Redshift Data Sharing functionality to share live data across Amazon Redshift clusters. This allows the use of a single data warehouse cluster for multi-cluster deployments and sharing data instantly without the need to copy or move them.
Amazon Announces S3 Object Lambda
Amazon has recently announced S3 Object Lambda, a new serverless feature to add customized code and process data from S3 before returning it to an application. S3 Object Lambda works with S3 GET requests and uses AWS Lambda functions to modify data as it is being retrieved from the object storage.