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Podcast #299: February 2019 Updates

Simon guides you through lots of new features, services and capabilities that you can take advantage of. Including the new AWS Backup service, more powerful GPU capabilities, new SLAs and much, much more!

Chapters:

Service Level Agreements 0:17
Storage 0:57
Media Services 5:08
Developer Tools 6:17
Analytics 9:54
AI/ML 12:07
Database 14:47
Networking & Content Delivery 17:32
Compute 19:02
Solutions 21:57
Business Applications 23:38
AWS Cost Management 25:07
Migration & Transfer 25:39
Application Integration 26:07
Management & Governance 26:32
End User Computing 29:22

Additional Resources

Topic || Service Level Agreements 0:17

Topic || Storage 0:57

Topic || Media Services 5:08

Topic || Developer Tools 6:17

Topic || Analytics 9:54

Topic || AI/ML 12:07

Topic || Database 14:47

Topic || Networking and Content Delivery 17:32

Topic || Compute 19:02

Topic || Solutions 21:57

Topic || Business Applications 23:38

Topic || AWS Cost Management 25:07

Topic || Migration and Transfer 25:39

Topic || Application Integration 26:07

Topic || Management and Governance 26:32

Topic || End User Computing 29:22

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Simon Elisha

Simon Elisha

Simon Elisha is Head of Solution Architecture, Public Sector for ANZ, and a long-time Amazonian, passionate about helping customers get the most out of cloud technology. A pragmatic technologist at heart, Simon holds an Honours Degree in Information Systems from Monash University. Follow him on Twitter at @simon_elisha.