re:Invent 2016 Recap: 30 Articles and Resources From the AWS Conference
This year's re:Invent was packed with thought-provoking discussions and innovative solutions. The week-long event covered sessions in introductory, intermediate, and expert levels for the attendees to get the most out of their break outs. Whether you participated in a hackathon, completed a certification, or honed a new skill at a bootcamp, we know that there was a lot to take in.
In case you missed some of the discussions or weren't able to attend this year, we've compiled a list of the most resourceful quotes, observations, and resources from the event. Take a look at the following articles and resources to see what your fellow attendees and their companies had to say about this amazing conference.
Amazon Web Services: AWS X-Ray: See Inside Your Distributed Application
— James Beswick (@jbesw) December 1, 2016
— A Cloud Guru (@acloudguru) November 30, 2016
— CloudHesive (@CloudHesive) November 30, 2016
DataCore Software: DataCore Storage Tiering to Amazon S3
Amazon Web Services: AWS CodeBuild – Fully Managed Build Service
— theCUBE (@theCUBE) December 1, 2016
Centrify: Changing the Game: Simplified Authentication to IaaS
Informatica: Three Ways Data Powers Your AWS Journey
SiliconANGLE: Harnessing the power of the cloud: continuous integration vs. legacy systems
Werner Vogels, CTO, Amazon: All Things Distributed – Transforming Development With AWS
Dell: EMC Data Protection and the Cloud [VIDEO]
Expedia: Lessons Learned From Shipping an Alexa Skill in ~60 Days
Citrix: Five Years of re:Invent(ion) – How the World Has Changed!
Intuz: AWS Made Our Day With 18 New Futuristic Updates
Accenture: Accelerating the Cloud Migration Payoff
Symantec: Security Solutions Optimized for Amazon Web Services
Salesforce: AWS and Salesforce Extend Global Strategic Alliance
mongoDB: Maximizing MongoDB Performance on AWS
SiliconANGLE: Console-AWS: Disrupting the Cloud to Provide Security and Connectivity
PLURALSIGHT: Adopting AWS: Watch This First [VIDEO]
Digital Trends: The New Information Super-Highway: Amazon Hauls 100 Petabytes of Data on a Truck
There were so many more sessions and updates, but we couldn’t catch them all. If you attended, what were your key insights and takeaways? Drop us a comment below to share!