This post covers some of the take-aways from the Infrastructure Keynote with Peter DeSantis at re:Invent 2020.
A quick overview and wrap-up of the major themes and product launches from the Andy Jassy Keynote at AWS re:Invent 2020.
In this latest video, Dave Cooper ‘sits down’ with one of our newest members of the team, Matthew Merriel. These two get into the nitty gritty about DevOps and SRE and how they fit together in the current technology landscape.
Some of the challenges and pitfalls that await you on this journey of migrating your SQL Server data and codebase over to PostgreSQL, as well as a discussion about the AWS tools available to help you along the way.
Following on from Part 1 in our intro to AWS Amplify series, in Part 2 we will create the skeleton of our new Amplify application and host it in a repository.
Our new series of articles see us walk through the process of building out a web application using AWS Amplify. It will be a typical todo application written in React and Node JS and we’ll use the Amplify CLI to configure and deploy it into both a test and production environment.
The future of machine learning is MLOps: automating as much as possible for data scientists, so that they can iterate and get rapid feedback.
SageMaker Studio was announced at AWS re:Invent 2019, as a web-based IDE for working with Machine Learning models. It incorporates the other SageMaker components also released at the same time: AutoPilot, Debugger, Model Monitor, and Notebooks.
Well, what a week it was in Las Vegas for this year’s AWS re:Invent!
Following on from Day 1 the Cevo Team have collected the big announcements and thoughts from Andy Jassy’s Tuesday Keynote session