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Cause: The order by buffer size is not sufficient for the number of rows.

Action: Increase the order by buffer size specified.



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Google et Microsoft ont travaillé main dans la main pour améliorer la correction orthographique et grammaticale dans Chrome et Edge.

En choisissant de baser son navigateur web Edge sur Chromium, la version open source de Chrome, Microsoft contribue activement au développement de nouvelles fonctionnalités au projet open source de Google, et par la même occasion, à l’ensemble des navigateurs web qui l’utilisent.

Parmi ces contributions, Microsoft a planché la possibilité d’utiliser le correcteur orthographique natif de Windows 10 dans Edge 83, à la place du projet open source Hunspell, utilisé par défaut dans les navigateurs basés sur Chromium et qui n’est pas sans défaut. Parmi les reproches, celui-ci a la fâcheuse habitude de souligner en rouge les URLs, acronymes, adresses e-mails, ou encore certaines expressions propres à certains dialectes, qu’il ne reconnaît pas et considère donc comme ayant des erreurs dans les champs où l’utilisateur peut saisir du texte.

En intégrant son correcteur orthographique et grammatical dans Edge, Microsoft offre à Chromium un outil bien plus efficace qu’Hunspell, et permet à l’ensemble des navigateurs qui l’utilisent, d’en profiter.

Cette nouvelle fonctionnalité n’est toutefois pas activée par défaut et requiert une petite manipulation rapide.

2. Accédez aux Flags

Le correcteur de Windows 10 est pour l’heure disponible à titre expérimental sur Chrome. Pour l’activer, vous devrez donc accéder aux Flags, un menu regroupant des fonctions cachées en cours de test dans le navigateur.

Pour accéder aux Flags sur Chrome, saisissez simplement Chrome://flags dans la barre d’adresses et validez.

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Amazon propose le PC portable 15 pouces Huawei MateBook D 15 2020 à 599 euros au lieu de 699,99 euros.

Il ressemble au MacBook d'Apple mais ce PC portable MateBook D 15 2020 est en fait signé Huawei. Le grand frère du modèle 14 pouces [35]que nous avons testé est vendu par Amazon au prix de [36]599 euros au lieu de 699,99 euros.

Ce modèle de 16,9 mm d'épaisseur et 1,53 kg offre un bon rapport performances/prix avec son processeur AMD Ryzen 5 3500U, ses 8 Go de mémoire vive et son SSD de 256 Go. Son écran FullView de 15.6 pouces possède une définition de 1920 x 1080 pixels et un taux d'occupation de 87%. Enfin, le PC bénéficie d'un lecteur d'empreintes digitales et d'une webcam qui se rétracte dans le clavier.

[37]Retrouvez ici cette offre d’Amazon.

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Over time, Macie customers told us what they like, and what they didn’t. The service team has worked hard to address this feedback, and today I am very happy to share that we are making available a new, enhanced version of Amazon Macie!

This new version has simplified the pricing plan: you are now charged based on the number of [124]Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) buckets that are evaluated, and the amount of data processed for sensitive data discovery jobs. The new [125]tiered pricing plan has reduced the price by 80%. With higher volumes, you can reduce your costs by more than 90%.

At the same time, we have introduced many new features: * An expanded sensitive data discovery, including updated machine learning models for personally identifiable information (PII) detection, and customer-defined sensitive data types using [126]regular expressions. * Multi-account support with [127]AWS Organizations. * Full API coverage for programmatic use of the service with [128]AWS SDKs and [129]AWS Command Line Interface (CLI). * Expanded regional availability to 17 Regions. * A new, simplified [130]free tier and free trial to help you get started and understand your costs. * A completely redesigned console and user experience.

Macie is now tightly integrated with S3 in the backend, providing more advantages: * Enabling S3 data events in [131]AWS CloudTrail is no longer a requirement, further reducing overall costs. * There is now a continual evaluation of all buckets, issuing security findings for any public bucket, unencrypted buckets, and for buckets shared with (or replicated to) an AWS account outside of your Organization.

The anomaly detection features monitoring S3 data access activity previously available in Macie are now in private beta as part of [132]Amazon GuardDuty, and have been enhanced to include deeper capabilities to protect your data in S3.

Enabling Amazon Macie In the Macie console, I select to Enable Macie. If you use AWS Organizations, you can delegate an AWS account to administer Macie for your Organization.

After it has been enabled, Amazon Macie automatically provides a summary of my S3 buckets in the region, and continually evaluates those buckets to generate actionable security findings for any unencrypted or publicly accessible data, including buckets shared with AWS accounts outside of my Organization.

Below the summary, I see the top findings by type and by S3 bucket. Overall, this page provides a great overview of the status of my S3 buckets.

In the Findings section I have the full list of findings, and I can select them to archive, unarchive, or export them. I can also select one of the findings to see the full information collected by Macie.

Findings can be viewed in the web console and are sent to [133]Amazon CloudWatch Events for easy integration with existing workflow or event management systems, or to be used in combination with [134]AWS Step Functions to take automated remediation actions. This can help meet regulations such as Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), and California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA).

In the S3 Buckets section, I can search and filter on buckets of interest to create sensitive data discovery jobs across one or multiple buckets to discover sensitive data in objects, and to check encryption status and public accessibility at object level. Jobs can be executed once, or scheduled daily, weekly, or monthly.

For jobs, Amazon Macie automatically tracks changes to the buckets and only evaluates new or modified objects over time. In the additional settings, I can include or exclude objects based on tags, size, file extensions, or last modified date.

To monitor my costs, and the use of the free trial, I look at the Usage section of the console.

Creating Custom Data Identifiers Amazon Macie supports natively the most common sensitive data types, including personally identifying information (PII) and credential data. You can extend that list with custom data identifiers to discover proprietary or unique sensitive data for your business.

For example, often companies have a specific syntax for their employee IDs. A possible syntax is to have a capital letter, that defines if this is a full-time or a part-time employee, followed by a dash, and then eight numbers. Possible values in this case are F-12345678 or P-87654321.

To create this custom data identifier, I enter a [135]regular expression (regex) to describe the pattern to match:

[A-Z]-\d{8}

To avoid false positives, I ask that the employee keyword is found near the identifier (by default, less than 50 characters apart). I use the Evaluate box to test that this configuration works with sample text, then I select Submit.

Available Now For [136]Amazon Macie regional availability, please see the [137]AWS Region Table. You can find more information on how the new enhanced Macie in the [138]documentation.

This release of Amazon Macie remains optimized for S3. However, anything you can get into S3, permanently or temporarily, in an object format supported by Macie, can be scanned for sensitive data. This allows you to expand the coverage to data residing outside of S3 by pulling data out of custom applications, databases, and third-party services, temporarily placing it in S3, and using Amazon Macie to identify sensitive data.

For example, we’ve made this even easier with [139]RDS and Aurora now supporting snapshots to S3 in [140]Apache Parquet, which is a format Macie supports. Similarly, [141]in DynamoDB, you can use AWS Glue to export tables to S3 which can then be scanned by Macie. With the new API and SDKs coverage, you can use the new enhanced Amazon Macie as a building block in an automated process exporting data to S3 to discover and protect your sensitive data across multiple sources.

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    Recently, [122]we announced a new evolution of [123]AWS Single Sign-On, allowing you to link AWS identities with [124]Azure Active Directory identities. We did not stop there. Today, we are announcing the integration of [125]AWS Single Sign-On with [126]Okta Universal Directory.

    Let me show you the experience for System Administrators, then I will demonstrate the single sign-on experience for the users.

    First, let’s imagine that I am an administrator for an enterprise that already uses Okta Universal Directory to manage my workforce identities. Now I want to enable a simple and easy to use access to our AWS environments for my users, using their existing identities. As most enterprises, I manage multiple AWS Accounts. I want more than just a single sign-on solution, I want to manage access to my AWS Accounts centrally. I do not want to duplicate my Okta groups and user memberships by hand, nor maintain multiple identity systems (Okta Universal Directory and one for each AWS Account I manage). I want to enable automatic user synchronization between Okta and AWS. My users will sign in to the AWS environments using the experience they are already familiar with in Okta.

    Connecting Okta as an identity source for [127]AWS Single Sign-On The first step is to add AWS Single Sign-On as an “application” Okta users can connect to. I navigate to the Okta administration console and login with my Okta administrator credentials, then I navigate to the Applications tab.

    [128]Okta admin console I click the green Add Application button and I search for AWS SSO application. I click Add.

    [129]Okta add application I enter a name to the app (you can choose whatever name you like) and click Done.

    On the next screen, I configure the mutual agreement between AWS Single Sign-On and Okta. I first download the SAML Meta Data file generated by Okta by clicking the blue link Identity Provider Metadata. I keep this file, I need it later to configure the AWS side of the single sign-on.

    [130]Okta Identity Provider metadata

    Now that I have the metadata file, I open to the [131]AWS Management Console in a new tab. I keep the Okta tab open as the procedure is not finished there yet. I navigate to AWS Single Sign-On and click Enable AWS SSO.

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    I click Settings in the navigation panel. I first set the Identity source by clicking the Change link and selecting External identity provider from the list of options. Secondly, I browse to and select the XML file I downloaded from Okta in the Identity provider metadata section.

    [132]SSO configure metadata

    I click Next: Review, enter CONFIRM in the provided field, and finally click Change identity source to complete the AWS Single Sign-On side of the process. I take note of the two values AWS SSO ACS URL and AWS SSO Issuer URL as I must enter these in the Okta console.

    [133]AWS SSO Save URLs I return to the tab I left open to my Okta console, and copy the values for AWS SSO ACS URL and AWS SSO Issuer URL.

    [134]OKTA ACS URLs I click Save to complete the configuration

    Configuring Automatic Provisioning Now that Okta is configured for single sign-on for my users to connect using AWS Single Sign-On I’m going to enable automatic provisioning of user accounts. As new accounts are added to Okta, and assigned to the AWS SSO application, a corresponding AWS Single Sign-On user is created automatically. As an administrator, I do not need to do any work to configure a corresponding account in AWS to map to the Okta user.

    From the AWS Single Sign-On Console, I navigate to Settings and then click the Enable identity synchronization link. This opens a dialog containing the values for the [135]SCIM endpoint and an [136]OAuth bearer access token (hidden by default). I need both of these values to use in the Okta application settings.

    [137]AWS SSO SCIM I switch back to the tab open on the Okta console, and click on Provisioning tab under the AWS SSO Application. I select Enable API Integration. Then I copy / paste the values Base URL (I paste the value copied in AWS Single Sign-On Console SCIM endpoint) and API Token (I paste the value copied AWS Single Sign-On Console Access token)

    [138]Okta API Integration I click Test API Credentials to verify everything works as expected. Then I click To App to enable users creation, update, and deactivate.

    [139]Okta Provisioning To App

    With provisioning enabled, my final task is to assign the users and groups that I want to synchronize from Okta to AWS Single Sign-On. I click the Assignments tab and add Okta users and groups. I click Assign, and I select the Okta users and groups I want to have access to AWS.

    [140]OKTA Assignments These users are synchronized to AWS Single Sign-On, and the users now see the AWS Single Sign-On application appear in their Okta portal.

    [141]Okta Portal User View To verify user synchronization is working, I switch back to the AWS Single Sign-On console and select the Users tab. The users I assigned in Okta console are present.

    [142]AWS SSO User View

    I Configured Single Sign-On, Now What? Okta is now my single source of truth for my user identities and their assignment into groups, and periodic synchronization automatically creates corresponding identities in [143]AWS Single Sign-On. My users sign into their AWS accounts and applications with their Okta credentials and experience, and don’t have to remember an additional user name or password. However, as things stand my users have only access to sign in. To manage permissions in terms of what they can access once signed into AWS, I must set up permissions in [144]AWS Single Sign-On.

    Back to [145]AWS SSO Console, I click AWS Accounts on the left tab bar and select the account from my [146]AWS Organizations that I am giving access to. For enterprises having multiple accounts for multiple applications or environment, it gives you the granularity to grant access to a subset of your AWS accounts.

    [147]AWS SSO Select AWS Account I click Assign users to assign SSO users or groups to a set of IAM permissions. For this example, I assign just one user, the one with @example.com email address.

    [148]Assign SSO Users I click Next: Permission sets and Create new permission set to create a set of [149]IAM policies to describe the set of permissions I am granting to these Okta users. For this example, I am granting a read-only permission on all AWS services.[150] SSO Permission set And voila, I am ready to test this setup.

    SSO User Experience for the console Now that I showed you the steps System Administrators take to configure the integration, let me show you what is the user experience.

    As an AWS Account user, I can sign-in on Okta and get access to my [151]AWS Management Console. I can start either from the [152]AWS Single Sign-On user portal (the URL is on the AWS Single Sign-On settings page) or from the Okta user portal page and select the AWS SSO app.

    I choose to start from the AWS SSO User Portal. I am redirected to the Okta login page. I enter my Okta credentials and I land on the AWS Account and Role selection page. I click on AWS Account, select the account I want to log into, and click Management console. After a few additional redirections, I land on the AWS Console page.

    [153]SSO User experience

    SSO User Experience for the CLI System administrators, DevOps engineers, Developers, and your automation scripts are not using the AWS console. They use the [154]AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) instead. To configure SSO for the command line, I open a terminal and type aws configure sso. I enter the AWS SSO User Portal URL and the Region. $aws configure sso SSO start URL [None]: https://d-0123456789.awsapps.com/start SSO Region [None]: eu-west-1 Attempting to automatically open the SSO authorization page in your default brow ser. If the browser does not open or you wish to use a different device to authorize this request, open the following URL:

    https://device.sso.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/

    Then enter the code:

    AAAA-BBBB

    At this stage, my default browser pops up and I enter my Okta credentials on the Okta login page. I confirm I want to enable SSO for the CLI.

    [155]SSO for the CLI and I close the browser when I receive this message:

    [156]AWS SSO CLI Close Browser Message

    The CLI automatically resumes the configuration, I enter the default Region, the default output format and the name of the CLI profile I want to use. The only AWS account available to you is: 012345678901 Using the account ID 012345678901 The only role available to you is: ViewOnlyAccess Using the role name "ViewOnlyAccess" CLI default client Region [eu-west-1]: CLI default output format [None]: CLI profile name [okta]:

    To use this profile, specify the profile name using --profile, as shown:

    aws s3 ls --profile okta

    I am now ready to use the CLI with SSO. In my terminal, I type: aws --profile okta s3 ls 2020-05-04 23:14:49 do-not-delete-gatedgarden-audit-012345678901 2015-09-24 16:46:30 elasticbeanstalk-eu-west-1-012345678901 2015-06-11 08:23:17 elasticbeanstalk-us-west-2-012345678901

    If the machine you want to configure CLI SSO has no graphical user interface, you can configure SSO in headless mode, using the URL and the code provided by the CLI (https://device.sso.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/ and AAAA-BBBB in the example above)

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    [158]AWS Single Sign-On with Okta is free to use, and is available in all Regions where AWS Single Sign-On is available. The [159]full list is here.

    To see all this in motion, you can check out the following demo video for more details on getting started.

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    INS-43049: Hub nodes cannot be added to the cluster as it is already

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    INS-43049: Hub nodes cannot be added to the cluster as it is already having string Hub nodes which is the maximum number of Hub nodes for a big cluster.
    Cause: n/a

    Action: n/a



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    ORA-36838: (XSLMGEN08) Dimension string.string attribute string is

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    ORA-36838: (XSLMGEN08) Dimension string.string attribute string is missing a COLUMNNAME property value
    Cause: The COLUMNNAME property has no value

    Action: Add a value to COLUMNNAME property



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