AWS re:Invent

AWS re:Invent is Amazon’s annual cloud user conference, one of the biggest event in the cloud sector, when customers and developers descend on Las Vegas to network and discover the latest releases by Amazon Web Services.

Cloud Academy’s AWS re:Invent 2020 Recap & Highlights

Joe Nemer
Joe Nemer
December 24, 2020

Now that the dust has settled on re:Invent 2020 —  probably the most uniquely delivered AWS conference ever — we think it’s high time we get you a ...

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  • Security

Where Should You Be Focusing Your AWS Security Efforts?

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Stuart Scott
December 17, 2020

Another day, another re:Invent session! This time I listened to Stephen Schmidt’s session, “AWS Security: Where we've been, where we're going.” Amo...

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  • cloud security

AWS Lambda re:Invent Wrap-up Week 1

William Meadows
William Meadows
December 11, 2020

All the newest AWS Lambda announcements In the first week of re:Invent, there were a few interesting announcements for Lambda that we should take ...

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  • Lambda
  • Serverless

AWS re:Invent: 2020 Keynote Top Highlights and More

Joe Nemer
Joe Nemer
December 4, 2020

We’ve gotten through the first five days of the special all-virtual 2020 edition of AWS re:Invent. It’s always a really exciting time for practitio...

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AWS Machine Learning Services

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Stuart Scott
July 2, 2019

The speed at which machine learning (ML) is evolving within the cloud industry is exponentially growing, and public cloud providers such as AWS are...

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Amazon FSx for Lustre Makes High Performance Computing More Accessible

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Andrew Larkin
November 30, 2018

One service which attracted my attention from the AWS re:Invent announcements was Amazon FSx for Lustre. While we have seen a lot of performance im...

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  • re:Invent 2018

Amazon Elastic Inference – GPU Acceleration for Faster Inferencing

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Jeremy Cook
November 29, 2018

“Add GPU acceleration to any Amazon EC2 instance for faster inference at much lower cost (up to 75% savings)” So you’ve just kicked off the trai...

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IoT Thrives on AWS — re:Invent IoT Announcement Roundup

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Logan Rakai
November 29, 2018

The Internet of Things (IoT) embeds technology into any physical thing to enable never before seen levels of connectivity. IoT is revolutionizing i...

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  • IoT
  • re:Invent 2018

New Security & Compliance Service: AWS Security Hub

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Stuart Scott
November 29, 2018

This morning’s Andy Jassy keynote was followed by the announcement of over 20 new services across a spectrum of AWS categories, including those in ...

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  • re:Invent 2018
  • Security

New Custom Key Stores in KMS – Backed by CloudHSM

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Stuart Scott
November 28, 2018

Another new announcement was made by AWS here at re:Invent, this time in the popular security category. AWS has announced new custom key stores bac...

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  • KMS
  • re:Invent 2018

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