Introducing Amazon Q Developer in SageMaker Studio to streamline ML workflows

Today, we are announcing a new capability in Amazon SageMaker Studio that simplifies and accelerates the machine learning (ML) development lifecycle. Amazon Q Developer in SageMaker Studio is a generative AI-powered assistant built natively into the SageMaker JupyterLab experience. This assistant takes your natural language inputs and crafts a tailored execution plan for your ML development lifecycle by recommending the best tools for each task, providing step-by-step guidance, generating code to get started, and offering troubleshooting assistance when you encounter errors. It also helps when facing challenges such as translating complex ML problems into smaller tasks and searching for relevant information in the documentation. You may be a first-time user who evaluates Amazon SagaMaker for generative artificial intelligence (generative AI)…

AWS Graviton4-based Amazon EC2 R8g instances: best price performance in Amazon EC2

Today, I am very excited to announce that the new AWS Graviton4-based Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) R8g instances, that have been available in preview since re:Invent 2023, are now generally available to all. AWS offers more than 150 different AWS Graviton-powered Amazon EC2 instance types globally at scale, has built more than 2 million Graviton processors, and has more than 50,000 customers using AWS Graviton-based instances to achieve the best price performance for their applications. AWS Graviton4 is the most powerful and energy efficient processor we have ever designed for a broad range of workloads running on Amazon EC2. Like all the other AWS Graviton processors, AWS Graviton4 uses a 64-bit Arm instruction set architecture. AWS Graviton4-based Amazon…

AWS Weekly Roundup: AI21 Labs’ Jamba-Instruct in Amazon Bedrock, Amazon WorkSpaces Pools, and more (July 1, 2024)

AWS Summit New York is 10 days away, and I am very excited about the new announcements and more than 170 sessions. There will be A Night Out with AWS event after the summit for professionals from the media and entertainment, gaming, and sports industries who are existing Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers or have a keen interest in using AWS Cloud services for their business. You’ll have the opportunity to relax, collaborate, and build new connections with AWS leaders and industry peers. Let’s look at the last week’s new announcements. Last week’s launches Here are the launches that got my attention. AI21 Labs’ Jamba-Instruct now available in Amazon Bedrock – AI21 Labs’ Jamba-Instruct is an instruction-following large language model…

Introducing end-to-end data lineage (preview) visualization in Amazon DataZone

Amazon DataZone is a data management service to catalog, discover, analyze, share, and govern data between data producers and consumers in your organization. Engineers, data scientists, product managers, analysts, and business users can easily access data throughout your organization using a unified data portal so that they can discover, use, and collaborate to derive data-driven insights. Now, I am excited to announce in preview a new API-driven and OpenLineage compatible data lineage capability in Amazon DataZone, which provides an end-to-end view of data movement over time. Data lineage is a new feature within Amazon DataZone that helps users visualize and understand data provenance, trace change management, conduct root cause analysis when a data error is reported, and be prepared for…