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AWS Re:Invent 2021: Everything Announced So Far

Adam Selipsky delivered his first keynote since being named AWS CEO, announcing a slate of features available on Amazon's cloud platform. Learn about the faster chips, smarter artificial intelligence, 5G innovations, and the latest efforts to help companies go serverless. And this is only the first set of updates from AWS. Its Re:invent conference runs through Dec. 3 and there are more keynotes ahead.

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    AWS's New Chief Executive Speaks

    Where new AWS CEO Adam Selipsky plans to take cloud computing next - SiliconANGLE

    Where new AWS CEO Adam Selipsky plans to take cloud computing next - SiliconANGLE

    Adam Selipsky, Amazon Web Services Inc.’s new chief executive, doesn’t want to show all his cards just yet. But it’s clear, as he looks ahead in …

    The Big Reveals

    AWS re:Invent: Faster chips, smarter AI, and developer tools grab the spotlight
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    AWS re:Invent: Faster chips, smarter AI, and developer tools grab the spotlight

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    VentureBeat - Peter Wayner

    This week, Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) kicked off its tenth re:Invent conference, an event where it typically announces the biggest changes in the cloud computing industry’s dominant platform. This year’s news includes faster chips, more aggressive artificial intelligence, more developer-friendly …

    AWS's analytics services go serverless
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    AWS's analytics services go serverless

    At its re:Invent conference, AWS today announced that four of its cloud-based analytics services, Amazon Redshift, Amazon EMR, Amazon MSK and Amazon Kinesis, are now available as serverless and on-demand services. That’s something AWS’s customers have been asking for, AWS CEO Adam Selipsky said in …

    Other Things You Should Know

    AWS rolls out Graviton2-powered EC2 instances for GPU-based workloads
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    AWS rolls out Graviton2-powered EC2 instances for GPU-based workloads

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    ZDNet - Stephanie Condon

    What Else Happened at AWS Re:Invent?

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