Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year's re:Invent was held as a three-week virtual event. Despite the adapted setting, AWS still announced a (characteristically) vast amount of product updates, milestones and launches.
Version 2.0 of AWS Greengrass, an edge runtime service from Amazon Web Services that lets Internet of Things devices tap into the AWS cloud, was released this week.
With demand for cloud computing skills on the rise, Amazon Web Services has unveiled a plan to provide free cloud training to millions of people around the world.
AWS recently announced enhancements to its AWS Partner Network offerings, including more resources for independent software vendors, new competencies and a broader partner marketplace.
Amazon SageMaker, touted by AWS as a machine learning platform for "everyday developers," stands to become even more accessible via a host of new features announced this week at re:Invent.
AWS has unveiled its new DevOps Guru managed operations service, which uses machine learning to detect operational issues and automatically recommends specific actions for remediation.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) unveiled four new container solutions during re:Invent this week, expanding the reach of its container and Kubernetes services to on-premises installations.
A custom machine learning processor from Amazon Web Services called Trainium is poised for release in 2021, the company revealed at its re:Invent conference this week.
A trio of new Amazon Web Services enhancements announced at re:Invent this week promises to make it easier for customers to process, organize and make sense of their data assets across the AWS cloud.
Amazon Aurora Serverless, a component of the Amazon Aurora relational database engine that AWS regularly bills as its fastest-growing product, is getting a major update.
Amazon Web Services added five new instance types to its Elastic Compute Cloud this week, along with other enhancements intended to increase the flexibility of its compute offerings.
Informatica, a provider of cloud data management solutions for enterprises, has bolstered its toolset for organizations managing large amounts of data in the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Amazon Web Services kicked off its 2020 re:Invent conference, a three-week virtual event this year, with news that its customers can now provision macOS instances in its cloud for the first time.
Users of Lambda, the serverless computing platform from Amazon Web Services, can now make sure that only approved and unaltered code is able to be executed in their environments.
Further deepening its involvement in the Rust community, AWS recently announced plans to hire a passel of engineers with expertise in the fast-growing open source programming language.
A new Simple Storage Service (S3) dashboard feature promises to give its users greater insights into their object storage usage, helping them cut costs and tighten security.
Amazon Web Services is expanding its cloud security toolset with the launch of AWS Network Firewall, a managed service designed specifically for AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) customers.
Amazon Web Services this week announced the launch of Glue DataBrew, a tool that lets organizations prepare their data for machine learning projects using a simple point-and-click interface -- with no coding required.
Amazon Web Services recently announced several improvements related to its Simple Storage Service (S3), including an expansion of its Intelligent-Tiering option to accommodate archival data.
As enterprises around the world continue to rely on cloud services to support employees working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Amazon Web Services is holding steady.