Sad because you missed re:Invent 2019🎉?
Well cheer up, my friends... it's time for a re:Cap!
Here's what I'm going to do.In my PREVIOUS post, I shared major highlights from the AWS robotics🤖 track! And in THIS post, I'll summarize great sessions targeted for 'Getting Started on AWS'. These sessions are NOW available on YouTube!
FYI, by 'Getting Started' sessions, I mean sticking to 200 level talks that are more intro friendly. I realize most of these sessions expect some level of IT/DevOps knowledge, but I tried to 🍒cherry pick🍒 the sessions that would be easier to grasp if you're newer to AWS.
🕶️ (ARV201) Create 3D web apps with AWS
Learn how to use Sumerian to compose a scene, add interactive elements using drag-and-drop tools or your own custom scripts, and integrate with AWS services such as AWS Lambda, AWS IoT Core, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Lex, and Amazon Polly. You'll also see how completed scenes are distributed globally within minutes, easily accessible via a browser.
🕶️ (ARV204) Create augmented reality experiences with AWS
You no longer need to provision AR devices, download and update SDKs, build and deploy apps for testing, configure and maintain a content distribution network, or deal with the friction of app stores. In this session, learn how to create an AR experience with Amazon Sumerian, integrate it with other AWS services, and deliver it in minutes to users around the world via a simple browser URL.
⛓️ (OPN217) Enterprise blockchain: AWS's open-source approach
This session explores how three popular open source blockchain frameworks – Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Sawtooth, and Ethereum – compare and how they are being used to address AWS's customer needs.
🖥️ (CMP202) Better, faster, cheaper compute: Cost-optimizing Amazon EC2
Learn how to use the power of Amazon EC2 with other AWS services and features such as Auto Scaling, Amazon ECS, Amazon EKS, Amazon EMR, and AWS Batch to programmatically optimize costs while maintaining high performance and availability‚ all without breaking a sweat.
🖥️ (CMP211) Amazon EC2 foundations
Amazon EC2 provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud and makes web-scale computing easier for customers. This session covers the latest EC2 capabilities, including recent instance families available in Amazon EC2, the differences among their hardware types and capabilities, and their optimal use cases.
📦 (CON217) Roadmaps for containers, app networking & Amazon Linux at AWS
This session covers recent announcements for containers, Amazon Linux, and application networking at AWS. Also discussed different ways you can help drive our product direction—such as developer previews, publicly available roadmaps, and more!
📦 (CON212) Running Kubernetes at Amazon scale using Amazon EKS
During this session, we dive into the details of how Amazon EKS empowers a small team to own this highly available, multi-tenant solution. Finally, we dive into how this hosted platform enables Amazon.com developers to focus on building great shopping experiences and remain blissfully ignorant of changes happening at the infrastructure level.
📦 (CON215-S) Implementing Kubernetes on AWS with confidence
Come along on Lending Tree's journey to Kubernetes on AWS. In this talk, Lending Tree shares its experience and lessons learned while migrating to Kubernetes with the help of Sumo Logic.
💰(ARC209) Running lean architectures: How to be cost-effective on AWS
Everybody can save money on AWS by optimizing your architecture! This session reviews a wide range of cost-optimization strategies. Get ready to learn about Reserved Instances, Spot Instances, AWS Auto Scaling, caching and offloading content to Amazon CloudFront to reduce backend load, and more...
💰(STG240) Guidelines and Design Patterns for optimizing cost in S3
Learn cost optimization guidelines for storing data in both synchronous and asynchronous storage classes. We also share design patterns for common Amazon S3 workloads to help you optimize for cost while meeting workload performance requirements.
📊 (DAT209-L) Leadership session: AWS purpose-built databases
Learn about the AWS purpose-built database strategy and why your application should drive the requirements for which database(s) to use, not the other way around. If you’re trying to understand how to organize your data strategy, this session is for you.
📊 (DAT212-L) Leadership session: Database and analytics
This session provides an overview of AWS database and analytics services, how customers are using these services, and our vision for continued innovation in this space.
📊 (DAT220) Real world customer use cases with Amazon Neptune
Why do you need a graph database? In this session, we deep dive into the use cases of Amazon Neptune. You hear from Uber and NBCUniversal about how they have deployed highly scalable graph solutions with Neptune.
👩🏻🚒 (DOP209) Introduction to DevOps on AWS
How do you scale your development team from 1 to 1,000? To answer these questions, it is essential to leverage some key DevOps principles and use CI/CD pipelines so you can iterate on and quickly release features. This session also covers best practices and using AWS tools to achieve your DevOps goals.
📈 (OPN208) Building modern APIs with GraphQL
With the rise of microservice architectures and mobile/web applications, APIs are more important than ever. Learn how to tackle modern API design challenges with GraphQL, an open-source API query language used by Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, Twitter, etc.
🌐 (IOT221) Driving operational performance across industrial facilities with AWS
AWS IoT Core helps you monitor equipment to identify waste, production inefficiencies, defects in products, and equipment inefficiencies. This session walks you through how to unlock that data.
🌐 (IOT214) What's new with AWS IoT Device Software?
AWS IoT device software enables you to connect your IoT devices and operate them at the edge. Learn what’s new with AWS IoT device software such as AWS IoT Greengrass and AWS IoT Device Tester. You'll leave this session ready to connect, manage, and update your IoT devices with AWS IoT.
Machine Learning and AI
🤯 (MLS201) Machine Learning Summit
The Machine Learning Summit was a half-day of 30-minute lightning talks covering topics ranging from bias and ethics in AI, to how machine learning can be applied to solve some of our toughest societal challenges, including medical and environmental breakthroughs.
🤯 (CMY201) Future-proof your career: Java developer to ML practitioner
Kesha went from Java dev to ML practitioner by learning hands-on with AWS DeepLens, Amazon Rekognition, and Amazon SageMaker. She integrates technology into everyday life by developing ML models using computer vision on SageMaker to help us better connect with people around us.
🤯 (AIM214) Introducing Amazon SageMaker Studio, first full IDE for ML
Amazon SageMaker Studio is the first full integrated development environment (IDE) for ML that makes it easy to build, train, tune, debug, deploy, and monitor ML models at scale. It pulls together the ML workflow steps in a visual interface, simplifying the iterative nature of ML. You can quickly move between steps, compare results, adjust inputs and parameters, and more!
🤯 (GPSBUS205) Building ML practices to address the top four use cases
Are you an AWS Partner Network Partner? Learn more about ML’s top four use cases: personalization and recommendation engines, forecasting, computer vision, and natural language.
🤯 (AIM230) New Amazon SageMaker notebook experience: Share & collaborate at scale
Typically, starting notebooks requires spinning up compute instances, and there was previously no easy way to share and collaborate without tracking dependencies and other restrictions. Join us as we introduce the new Amazon SageMaker notebooks experience, which allows you to easily scale compute up or down, and the changes take place automatically without interrupting your work. You can even share notebooks by automatically reproducing the environment and library dependencies.
🤯 (AIM240-P) What can you build with AI? No ML experience required
This presentation was recorded prior to re:Invent, so the neat studio background is nice! AI can enhance the customer experience in a contact center, automate content moderation in media, improve healthcare analytics, forecast demand more accurately, etc. Join this session to learn more about the ways that AI and AWS services can improve your business, even if you're not an ML guru.
🛰️ (NET201) AWS networking fundamentals
In this session, learn the fundamentals of Amazon VPC. First, we cover build-out and design fundamentals for VPCs, including picking your IP space, subnetting, routing, security, NAT, etc. Then, we transition to different approaches and use cases for connecting your VPC to your physical data center with VPN or AWS Direct Connect.
🙀(CMP213) Introducing Quantum Computing with AWS
Quantum computing has the potential to solve computational problems that are beyond the reach of classical computers. Amazon Braket is a managed service that provides customers access to quantum computing resources and makes it easy to build, simulate, and test quantum computing applications. In this session, learn about the potential of quantum computing and how you can get started with the Amazon Braket service and the Quantum Solutions Lab.
🔐 (SEC209) Getting started with AWS identity
The number, range, and breadth of AWS services are large, but the set of techniques that you, as a builder in the cloud, will use to secure them is not. Your cloud journey starts with this breakout session, in which we get you up to speed quickly on the practical fundamentals to do identity and authorization right in AWS.
🔐 (SEC212) Vulnerability disclosure and response with AWS security
In May 2019, the AWS Security team received a report regarding the AmazonSageMakerFullAccess managed security policy. This session covers the vulnerability disclosure process and how AWS processed that report. Also... Corey Quinn makes an appearance!
🔐 (SEC205) The fundamentals of AWS cloud security
Learn fundamental patterns that you can apply to secure any workload you run in AWS with confidence. It covers the basics of network security, the process of reading and writing access management policies, and data encryption.
🧰 (CON213) Leadership session: Using containers and serverless to accelerate modern application development
In this session, learn how AWS can help you innovate faster with containers and serverless. Join us for a rare and intimate discussion with AWS senior leaders David Richardson, VP, Serverless, and Deepak Singh, VP, Compute Services, Containers, and Linux.
🧰 (SVS226) From prototype to org-wide serverless adoption: Key Considerations
Learn about best practices around serverless security, performance, cost, data management, CI/CD, tooling, and team organization that enable teams to adopt serverless microservices.
🧰 (SVS212) I didn’t know Amazon API Gateway did that
This session is an introduction to Amazon API Gateway and the problems it is solving. You'll walk away with a solid understanding of why you should use API Gateway and what it can do.
🗃️ (STG203) What's new with Amazon S3 and Amazon S3 Glacier
This session covers recently launched Amazon S3 features such as Amazon S3 batch operations, Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive, Amazon S3 Block Public Access, and more to come!
🗃️ (STG204) Get your data to AWS: How to choose data migration services
You have data you need to move to the cloud—either once for a migration, or repeatedly for ongoing workflows. AWS data migration and transfer services move data securely and efficiently into and out of AWS. In this session, learn how to choose and combine services—including AWS DataSync, the AWS Snow family, CloudEndure, and AWS Transfer for SFTP.
👩🏻🏭 (CON203) Getting started with Kubernetes on AWS
In this hands-on workshop, learn the basics of running Kubernetes, including cluster creation with Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), deployment and scaling controls, and running your first app.
See? It'll be like you were there too..
¡Gracias por tu tiempo!
~Alejandra💁🏻♀️ & Canela🐾
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