At AWS re:Invent, Amazon announced web services including MySQL-compatible Aurora relation database service, Docker friendly EC2 Container service, Lambda an event driven computing service and lot more.
Day 1 of the world's biggest learning conference AWS re:Invent at Las Vegas started with a keynote from AWS Chief Andy Jassy and several success stories from customers like Intuit, Johnson & Johnson.
AWS re:Invent the biggest learning conference with more than 280 sessions / 419 speakers, brought together AWS users of all skill levels to connect, collaborate and learn about AWS from the World IT leaders.
To meet the intricate challenges involved in the development of Cloud Powered Mobile application, AWS has introduced three new services, which will enable your application to be fast, efficient and secure.
Adroll, is a global leader in retargeting with more than 10,000 active advertisers across over 100 countries discuss how they scaled their AWS infrastructure to serve 50 billion daily impressions worldwide.
AWS has been named as a leader in the Infrastructure as a Service Magic Quadrant report, Gartner marked AWS as the leader having the furthest completeness of vision and highest ability to execute.
AWS now provides improved Disaster Recovery in case of regional failure, ability scale out db globally and easy cross region migration by allowing Cross-Region Read Replicas for Amazon RDS for MySQL.
The RunInstances API, which allows its users to launch instances using an AMI. Now gives even fine control over the resources like AMI, Subnets and others with introduction of resource-level permissions.
Amazon workspaces, a fully managed desktop computing service in the cloud, which would allow its customers to easily provision cloud based desktops, was one of the biggest announcements at re:Invent 2013.