The end of November is highly anticipated, as the year AWS conference - re:Invent happens.
This year in Las Vegas, it gathered more than 50000 participants on-site and more than 300 000 registered online to watch the Keynote sessions. We met with partners and friends, AWS Heroes, Community Builders and User Group Leaders, saw the new announcement firsthand, talked with the AWS open-source team, and enjoyed the party. It was all great!
There were more than a hundred new feature and service releases:
There are many, many interesting updates, and here are just a few, which we consider very interesting:
healthcare and life science organizations store, query, and analyze genomic, transcriptomic, and other omics data - https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2022/11/amazon-omics-generally-available/
Elastic Network Adapter (ENA) Express for Amazon EC2 instances
AWS Lambda SnapStart for Java delivers up to 10x faster function startup performance at no extra cost
AWS SimSpace Weaver, a new fully managed compute service that helps you deploy large-scale spatial simulations in the cloud
AWS Machine Learning University - https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2022/11/aws-machine-learning-university-educator-enablement-program-higher-education/
Amazon CodeCatalyst, a unified software development service that makes it faster to build and deliver software on AWS
AWS Application Composer helps developers simplify and accelerate architecting, configuring, and building serverless applications
Amazon Aurora now supports zero-ETL integration with Amazon Redshift, to enable near real-time analytics and machine learning (ML) using Amazon Redshift on petabytes of transactional data from Aurora
We enjoyed being there, being part of the passionate AWS community. Thank you all!