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Yesterday was very exciting, but AWS CTO Werner Vogels certainly didn't disappoint on day 3 of re:Invent. From increased visibility of your application health at all layers, detailed insights and debugging tools, new Lambda language and a migration to the edge, new batch and ETL work flows and targeted notifications. Let's take a quick look at some of the highlights.
What a morning it has been for day 2 of AWS re:Invent! This year is the 5th year that AWS re:Invent has run and the announcements from AWS CEO Andy Jassy are very exciting. These include new database engines for Aurora, new EC2 types, FPGAs, elastic GPUs, VPS, AI, Hybrid and new Snowball configurations.
It's nearly time for AWS re:Invent. The last few weeks really have seemed like Christmas. The announcements that have been coming out are amazing and I really don't know what's left in store for next week, but I'm sure there's big news to come. Let's go over 10 of our favourites so far.
Research has shown that the longer you use AWS, the greater the potential benefits. For instance, after three years using AWS, customers can expect to realise $3.50 in benefits for every $1 spent. This figure rises to $8.40 for every $1 after five years using AWS. What these cost savings tell us is that the longer your business and your teams are using AWS, the savvier they get at cost optimisation.