With the showcase, AWS re:Invent 2017 just around the corner, excitement is definitely building in the world of cloud computing. AWS re:Invent is a learning conference hosted by Amazon Web Services for the global cloud computing community. The event, which annually takes over the Las Vegas strip, features keynote announcements, training and certification opportunities. At the conference, attendees have access to more than 1,000 technical sessions, a partner expo, after-hours events, and so much more. Over the coming days, we will take a look at all of the latest AWS announcements leading up to re:Invent and will also feature the top releases from this year’s keynote speakers Peter DeSantis, (VP, AWS Global Infrastructure), Andy Jassy, (CEO, Amazon Web Services) and Werner Vogels, (Chief Technology Officer, Amazon.com)
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If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re already aware of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the benefits of on-demand cloud computing platforms. By utilizing AWS, businesses not only eliminate the need for a costly on-site computer infrastructure but also take advantage of flexible, pay-as-you-go services that only a cloud-based solution can offer. But when it comes to AWS cloud management, the platform’s overwhelming native interface prevents many users from taking full advantage of its highly scalable, cost-effective products. This is especially true for users who are not IT infrastructure and DevOps professionals or are unable to script.
AWS re:Invent 2016 will take place on November 28–December 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Amazon has been hosting their showpiece conference annually since 2012 making this the 5th annual event. Re:Invent has been a great source of information for AWS customers and enthusiasts alike, it is designed to bring people of all skill levels to connect, engage and discuss all information on AWS. Session levels can range from introductory, advanced to expert. The 2016 session catalogue is being released later this summer, but Amazon have stated that their agenda offers expanded opportunities to learn how the cloud impacts your business, including deep dives into topics like IoT, new perspectives on cloud issues, and more chances to learn from the experts, with a total of over 400 sessions in total being planned.
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud is a pay-as-you-go cloud platform that includes compute power, storage and database services as its core components. Users can select the CPU, memory, storage, networking capacity and access controls, OS, security and additional software needed to run a virtual computing environment.