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Corey Quinn
Sneak preview of a launch: A service that goes through your account and turns off resources you're either not using or it thinks you're not using. It's called AWS Google.
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Killed by Google 🔪 Nov 25
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Are...are you flirting with me?
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Shaun Bender Nov 25
HA!
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Ilyas Nov 26
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Who is of ... So much fun watching the wits... But most times rationale....
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Ilyas Nov 26
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Let's continue this thread .... What new services will be launched this year in reinvent.... Let's see who gets it right...
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Ana Visneski Nov 25
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Then it kills them with no warning?
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Quilldub Veepick Nov 25
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Corey
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Alex Rasmussen Nov 25
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Resources not tagged as in-use before instantiation are auto-deactivated, pending arbitration. The new system, ED-209, is vaguely described in an award-winning NSDI paper. Three Apache-licensed open-source implementations exist within a week of the paper's publication.
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Wyatt Walter Nov 25
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With a name like that, I’d expect it to end-of-life all of those services.
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Mark Dalton Nov 25
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Why are you trying to kill my resources that I left running for an allegedly VERY GOOD reason, but have not touched in months?
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Jeff Bachtel Nov 25
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