AWS Weekly Roundup: Claude 3.5 Sonnet in Amazon Bedrock, CodeCatalyst updates, SageMaker with MLflow, and more (June 24, 2024)

AWS Weekly Roundup: Claude 3.5 Sonnet in Amazon Bedrock, CodeCatalyst updates, SageMaker with MLflow, and more (June 24, 2024)
by Danilo Poccia | on 24 JUN 2024 | in Amazon Bedrock, Amazon CodeCatalyst, Amazon Machine Learning, Amazon SageMaker, Announcements, Artificial Intelligence, Developer Tools, Launch, News | Permalink | Comments | Share
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This week, I had the opportunity to try the new Anthropic Claude 3.5 Sonnet model in Amazon Bedrock just before it launched, and I was really impressed by its speed and accuracy!

It was also the week of AWS Summit Japan

JAWS-UG, a Japanese AWS user group, held various sessions with AWS Heroes and Community Builders at the Europe Cell Phone Number List AWS Community Lounge, and many developers participated. Dr. Werner Vogels, a keynote speaker at the Japan Summit, had his first meeting with the Japanese community since 2020. Following the AWS Summit Japan, there was a lively event on Saturday where AWS community leaders from the Northeast Asia region (Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Korea) all gathered together in one place.

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Last week’s launches
With many new capabilities, from Anhui Mobile Phone Number List recommendations on the size of your Amazon Relational Database Services (Amazon RDS) databases to new built-in transformations in AWS Glue, here’s what got my attention:

Amazon Bedrock – Now supports Anthropic’s Claude 3.5 Sonnet and compressed embeddings from Cohere Embed.

AWS CodeArtifact – With support for Rust packages with Cargo, developers can now store and access their Rust libraries (known as crates).

Amazon CodeCatalyst – Many updates from this unified software development service. You can now assign issues in CodeCatalyst to Amazon Q and direct it to work with source code hosted in GitHub Cloud and Bitbucket Cloud and ask Amazon Q to analyze issues and recommend granular tasks.