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Category: AWS re:Invent*

Glenn’s Take on re:Invent 2017 – Part 3

Glenn Gore here, Chief Architect for AWS. I was in Las Vegas last week — with 43K others — for re:Invent 2017. I checked in to the Architecture blog here and here with my take on what was interesting about some of the bigger announcements from a cloud-architecture perspective. In the excitement of so many new services […]

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Glenn’s Take on re:Invent Part 2

Glenn Gore here, Chief Architect for AWS. I’m in Las Vegas this week — with 43K others — for re:Invent 2017. We’ve got a lot of exciting announcements this week. I’m going to check in to the Architecture blog with my take on what’s interesting about some of the announcements from an cloud architectural perspective. […]

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Glenn’s Take on re:Invent 2017 Part 1

GREETINGS FROM LAS VEGAS Glenn Gore here, Chief Architect for AWS. I’m in Las Vegas this week — with 43K others — for re:Invent 2017. We have a lot of exciting announcements this week. I’m going to post to the AWS Architecture blog each day with my take on what’s interesting about some of the […]

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re:viewing AWS re:Invent

We previously wrote about how Route 53 organizes software deployments. We thought it’d be worthwhile to highlight an architecture track talk at AWS re:Invent 2014. In this talk, Chris Munns, AWS Solutions Architect discusses various deployment techniques and some of the new AWS services customers can leverage to improve their deployment strategies. A useful reference […]

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