Amazon re:Invent 2019 Recap
As Amazon re:Invent 2019 comes to a close, we look to review the keynote speakers, main events, and major announcements.
Centered in six venues across the Las Vegas Strip, more than 60,000 attendees made this Amazon re:Invent the largest one yet. With topics ranging from new Amazon Web Services (AWS) local zones to EC2 innovations and 5G Wavelength capabilities, re:Invent unleashed a wide-variety of innovative announcements.
The Stratus10 team returned from re:Invent 2019 prepared to create a more in-depth and innovative service that pushes the boundaries further to take full potential of all things AWS.
Strong keynote speakers are often the foundation for a successful event. With a diverse and innovative slate of speakers, AWS looked to highlight the innovation and technical ability that comes with the cloud.
As the VP of AWS Global Infrastructure and Customer Support, Peter brought first-hand knowledge on using AWS to optimize cloud infrastructure for any workload. By providing insight on the scale and growth that AWS has seen, Peter successfully help expand AWS' global infrastructure. Watch Peter's recording here!
As the CEO of AWS, Andy brings unparalleled experience of the AWS platform. Andy shared his unique insight as well as the latest news about an array of AWS features including its customers, platform, products, and services. Watch Andy's recording here!
Doug Yeum - As the Head of AWS Worldwide Channels and Alliances, Doug shared ways that AWS partners can utilize the cloud to create an immersive, optimized customer experience.
Dr. Werner Vogels - As the CTO of Amazon, Werner showcased technical masterclass and explored the underpinnings of AWS. He also unveiled the services and architectural design investments that AWS is currently undertaking.
re:Invent 2019 was filled with groundbreaking announcements, reveals, and innovations. Here are some of our favorites:
AWS unveiled the new EC2 innovations. AWS expanded on its services with new Arm-based instances such as M6g, C6g, and R6g that are powered by AWS processors in Graviton2. These machine learning instances are also powered by AWS-designed Inferentia chips.
AWS announced prelimary access to AWS Outposts. These outposts are fully managed and configurable storage racks crafted with AWS hardware that allows customers to run compute and storage on-premises that connect the to the AWS cloud. These Outposts bring AWS services, infrastructure, and operating models to virtually any data centre, co-location space, or on-premises facility.
AWS revealed the new AWS Wavelength which expands application ability to serve 5G networks. This is done by providing developers the ability to build applications with single-digit millisecond latencies over the 5G network. Wavelength embeds AWS storage services with telecommunications providers’ 5G networks, allowing developers to serve applications that require ultra-low latency. This includes applications like machine learning, autonomous industrial equipment, smart cars, smart cities, Internet of Things, and Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality.
Post-Takeaway from stratus10
AWS re:Invent 2019 was the largest re:invent conference yet - with industry leading speakers, groundbreaking technology, and revealing new use cases for the cloud. The various speakers, showcases, lessons strengthened the team to continue to perform the latest AWS certified solutions and services. The ability to help clients successfully migrate and manage their infrastructure on Amazon Web Services is constantly evolving to match industry standards and best practices. Find out more about the different ways that we can help you design and build highly-scalable and cost effective cloud solutions.