(Translation in progress…)
Last year (finally) it was my first trip to participate in AWS re:Invent 2019. I arrived with couple tens of thousands of people (squeezed together) in Las Vegas to enjoy a full week of high-density information flow, which is very unforgettable.
With the experience of last year, although this year has been adjusted to be online, I can catch the pace and rhythm relatively, and can relax and enjoy the information bombing of the weeks in accordance with the Asian time zone (which year did not bomb?)
The number of Keynote sessions of AWS re:Invent this year (2020) has also increased and adjusted compared to last year. Last year’s show was the Monday Night Live, where everyone just started the carnival on Monday night. Peter DeSantis brought information about the infra. This year it became independent and directly renamed “Infrastructure Keynote”. This year also added a new “Machine Learning Keynote” brought by Swami Sivasubramanian.
The three remaining keynotes are “Andy Jassy Keynote”, “AWS Partner Keynote” and “Werner Vogels Keynote”. Each keynote has its own main axis. This article shares the Taiwan time zone. The rebroadcast of “Andy Jassy Keynote” starts at 8 am here. At this time, breakfast and a pot of hot tea are good fit. Don’t worry that it’s a few hours away from the first broadcast. AWS CEO Andy Jassy mentioned in this Keynote “Still early days for cloud”, and now the cloud only accounts for 4% of all IT expenditures, there is no problem with a few hours of shift.
For the full text, I tried to capture the structure of the speech, and then put some observations and inferences, and then put some running notes in each paragraph to facilitate future search and use. New services or new features are marked with
[NEW 🚀] in this article, so that you can press Command/Ctrl+F to search inside the page. This article deliberately removes most of the product links first, so that everyone can focus on reading (we are less focused these years, right?). You are also welcome to give me some feedback or corrections.
Let’s get started!