Re:Invent is a learning conference hosted by Amazon Web Services that attracts more than 40,000 people from the global cloud computing community to Las Vegas every year. System Verification is here to be challenged and meet peers from all over the world.
“The conference re:Invent is a learning boost in regards of professional development for our AWS specialists. They need to be challenged, inspired and get the opportunity to build their AWS skills together with other enthusiasts. Investing in professional development is crucial to stay relevant,” says Andreas Axelsson, Consultant Manager at System Verification.
System Verification visits re:Invent together with their partner Reeinvent, another company in Hamdija Jusufagic’s company group. The group will attend some of the 2,500 break-out sessions that cover AWS core topics and emerging technologies like AI and ML, participate in hand-on labs and listen to key speakers like Peter DeSantis, VP of AWS Global Infrastructure and Customer Support, and Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon.com.
What are the highlights this year?
”Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning are pushed even harder this year and you can see that Amazon has put a lot of effort into the development of those services. Also, IoT products get much attention and companies show interesting use of the technology,” says Andreas Axelsson.
The group from System Verification and Reeinvent is gathering up for a new re:Invent experience!
Interesting session with Adrian Hornsby, Principal Evangelist, Amazon Web Services, who shares how Amazon Prime Video has implemented chaos engineering into its regular testing methods.
Participants in the The DeepRacer challenge raced their cars that are using an AI model for the steering. The best solution will compete in the DeepRacer League and eventually into the re:Invent 2020 finals.
All Keynote speakers’ sessions are filled up until the last seat. Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, presents the latest news and announcements.
What does it take to innovate quickly? Adrian Cockcroft , VP Cloud Architecture Strategy, Amazon Web Services, addresses how blockers of innovation, such as culture and skills, can stand in the way of business agility.
AWS re:Invent is a huge conference that brings many possibilities to learn and get inspired by exciting speakers.