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Re:Invent this year is… a little different. Last year was a big one for me and for Stackery (my first year as an AWS Serverless Hero!), but this year I’m looking forward re:Invent to more than any other.2 min
AWS has turned running their annual re:Invent conference into a science. The 2020 virtual version will certainly be different from the Las Vegas versions, but they will still be sharing the latest and greatest new functionality for you to build better apps. However, AWS ships so much new stuff every year (and nothing seems to slow them down!) it can be hard to figure out how to consume and synthesize all the information in order scale your modern applications. Never fear! We at Stackery have perfected the art of drinking from the re:Invent firehose and are here to help you!5 min
As a 10-year DevOps & IT Automation veteran, I expect we'll see a lot about AWS Serverless at re:Invent for 3 key reasons. Adoption of AWS Serverless has reached over half of AWS users, they're facing fierce user-focused competition from the Edge, but AWS has been steadily closing key gaps in offering enterprise-grade managed services.4 min
AWS puts on one of the largest tech conferences on the planet—and they've mastered it. Even though 2020’s virtual re:Invent will be *very* different from the venue at the Venetian, I’m certain AWS will put on another great show. I’m also certain they will give us all a massive onslaught of new products and capabilities, customer success stories, partner updates, and more. As exciting as the news coming out of re:Invent is, it can also be daunting. There’s a lot. A real lot. But there’s no need to worry—the team at Stackery has perfected helping people quickly learn about and take advantage of the latest from AWS!4 min
Stackery CEO, Tim Zonca, will be your guide to all re:Invent content for all enterprise-minded folks.See all posts
For experienced serverless developers or architects looking for how to integrate AWS re:Invent announcements into their architecture.See all posts