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Explore AWS file storage solutions at re:Invent 2019

In today’s business environment, data is the foundation for innovation and transformation. Using data the right way can literally propel a business to becoming a market leader. So storing data, protecting data, and preserving data is paramount for every business.

This year at re:Invent, we’ll have more than 150 breakout sessions, workshops, chalk talks, and builders sessions that cover what and how AWS is doing in the area of data storage.

Our amazing customers will also be sharing their data migration stories. In our “What’s new in AWS file storage” session, we’re excited to have Brandon Harris, the Executive Director of Data Science Technology at Discover Financial Services, and Mark Bixler, Sr. Cloud Engineer at MINDBODY, Inc., share their cloud migration journeys.

If you’re new to re:Invent or need a refresher, we recently published an AWS Storage re:Invent guide to help you get the most of out of your experience.

Here are some must-see sessions recommended by the AWS Storage team:

Breakout Sessions
STG201-L – Leadership session: Storage state of the union
STG202 What’s new in AWS file storage
STG208 Backup-and-restore and disaster-recovery solutions with AWS
STG211 How to use AWS storage for on-premises file-based applications
STG238 Lift and shift file-based applications to AWS
STG304 [REPEAT] Network File System (NFS) evolved: Deep dive on Amazon EFS
STG306R [REPEAT] Deep dive on Amazon FSx for Windows File Server
STG307 Amazon S3 & FSx for Lustre: Deep dive on high-performance file storage

Chalk Talks
WIN204-R [REPEAT] Everything You Should Know About Amazon FSx for Windows File Server
STG335-R [REPEAT] Reduce TCO for your file-based workloads
STG312 Modernize your applications with containers using Amazon EFS
STG403 Security best practices for Amazon EFS

We can’t wait to share the latest AWS storage innovations with you in a few weeks, and we encourage you to comment what you are most looking forward to at re:Invent. Continue to check back to the AWS Storage Blog for re:Invent and AWS Storage updates. See you in Las Vegas!