Join host Ken Rimple and co-host Sujan Kapadia on another AWS-themed adventure. On this episode, Ken and Sujan discuss all the news, tools, and announcements coming out of AWS’ 3-week event series, re:Invent.
- Register for Ken’s free AWS webinar, Build a Cloud-Native Web App in 8 Weeks. The event is next week on December 9, 2020, from noon to 1PM EST.
- In fact, you can check out all of our AWS content on the Chariot Blog – tutorials, projects, instruction, reviews, and more. Our AWS Practice Lead, Keith Gregory, has some great articles there too.
- We’ve also got a handful of new 15 Minutes With videos, our interview series with tech/business folk across the region. There’s Rod Biresch’s developer-turned-product-manager interview with Pete Fleming, and an interview with Leslie Richards, General Manager at SEPTA, and how the public transit system relies extensively on data.
- 5 Questions To Ask When Building Your Data Plan by Tracey Welson-Rossman
- AI art is being created and it’s bizarre. Check out these portraits
- A single-post recap of all the new stuff over at AWS
- AWS bought a bunch of Mac Minis and now you can use them on AWS
- Deploy AWS Lambdas in Docker container images up to 10GB. This further blurs the lines between Containers and Lambdas as a choice
- EKS Distro: run the AWS EKS infrastructure anywhere (development maybe?)
- ECR Public – now a public repo for ECR images. And here’s the gallery.
- Now AWS Lambda billing granularity is at the 1ms level, instead of 100ms
- AWS introduces ECS Anywhere, and here’s a good CloudGuru article about it
- AWS released strong read-after-write consistency on S3
- Q – a natural language query for business analysis with QuickSight
- Proton – managing microservices in AWS with templates
- For our EMACS fans: EMACS Conference 2020 happened
- A fun experiment: input lag on computers 1997-2017
- Take THAT, Tesla fans
- And lastly, Chariot is a certified AWS Consulting Partner. If you’re interested in having our experienced cloud experts guide your AWS efforts, let’s start a conversation.
This livestream took place on December 8, 2020 at noon. This is a recording. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified of our next livestream – or bookmark this link and tune in every Tuesday at noon EST to hang out with Ken Rimple.