Amazon Launches Sumerian Tool For Building Immersive AR, VR And 3D Apps

Amazon Launches Sumerian Tool For Building Immersive AR, VR And 3D Apps

Amazon Launches Sumerian Tool For Building Immersive AR, VR And 3D Apps

The trade show features a set of AWS announcements of new features and customers, and the Amazon unit typically releases a few bits of news in the days and weeks ahead of the show.

Finally, VMware Site Recovery promises to improve security by offering protection between customer data centres and VMware Cloud on AWS or between VMware environments in different availability zones. That's partly because sprawling corporate customers use hundreds or thousands of software services built by many vendors. Of course, they need each other to some extent: VMware has relationships with an very bad lot of the large enterprise companies AWS would like to see on its customer list, and AWS gives VMware a cloud strategy to sell to its customers after VMware failed to establish its own public cloud competitor. Fortinet said it enables AWS customers to better identify and protect applications and data from cyber-attacks and other advanced threats vectors.

XAutoplay: On | Off The event began late Monday, when Amazon announced a new cloud-computing service aimed at helping developers build virtual reality, augmented reality and 3D applications that can run on mobile devices and manage a range of applications. The new ML (short for machine learning) Solutions Lab will offer customers one- to six-month boot camps - training available to AWS customers who use the company's business customer support services. This is now available in preview mode.

The news comes as part of AWS' re:Invent conference, which is taking place in Las Vegas this week. Now even more regions will be able to take advantage of these benefits.

Additionally, for greater visibility and troubleshooting, VMware Cloud on AWS now supports VMware's Wavefront. There's also a Hybrid Loyalty Program available for customers with one or three-year subscriptions, meant to protect their investments in on-premise Vmware licenses.

Faster app migration is promised with the introduction of vSphere Motion and AWS Direct Connect, while VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension will allow for large scale migration. Depending on the number and types of licenses they have on premise, a customer can get a discount on VMware Cloud on AWS.

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