AWS re:Invent 2019: The 9 Most Impactful Announcements

The biggest cloud event of the year is always full of new offerings and this year was no different, with more than 250 announcements made over five days. Our team has uncovered the new services and offerings that have the biggest impact for enterprises. 1. Amazon Managed Apache Cassandra Service Amazon Managed Apache Cassandra Service […]

A re:Wind of re:Invent 2017

AWS re:Invent has quickly become the go-to conference for IT business leaders, engineers, and channel partners to learn, network, and gain hands-on experience with AWS experts. Held in Las Vegas and spanning multiple venues, the four-day event is jam-packed with over 1,000 events that include keynotes, breakout sessions, hackathons, bootcamps, and workshops, as well as […]

AHEAD Announces New Managed Cloud Service, CoPilot for AWS, at Re:Invent 2017

This article originally appeared on Business Wire. AHEAD, a leading provider of enterprise cloud solutions, announced today the release of its new managed service, CoPilot, which will monitor and optimize public cloud environments. The company officially unveiled CoPilot at AWS re:Invent 2017, as AWS will be the initial focus of the service (AHEAD is exhibiting at Booth […]

What I Learned at AWS re:Invent 2016: VMware and AWS Together

In mid-October of this year, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and VMware announced a strategic partnership and a new offering, VMware Cloud on AWS, targeted for general availability in mid-2017.  Since that announcement was made, details around the offering have been relatively sparse, as both organizations have been fine-tuning the operations and model of the agreement. […]

What I Learned at AWS re:Invent 2016: Then and Now

As someone who’s had the privilege of attending all five AWS re:Invent conferences, I wanted to share my perspective on the 2016 conference which took place last week in Las Vegas, as well as some reflections on past re:Invents. The first re:Invent in 2012 was a modest affair with around 6,000 attendees, dominated by startups […]

Simplifying Your AWS Network Architecture with Transit Gateway

If you’ve been following the updates out of AWS re:Invent 2018, you know it was a crazy week of Launches, Pre-Views, Announcements, and Pre-Announcements. There was one announcement in particular that may not have been as flashy as AWS DeepRacer, but caused many Cloud Architects like us to perk up nonetheless. Last week, AWS announced […]