AWS re:Invent 2017 Keynote – Andy Jassy



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Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, delivers his AWS re:Invent 2017 keynote, featuring the latest news and announcements, including the launches of Amazon Elastic Containers for Kubernetes (EKS), AWS Fargate, Aurora Multi-Master, Aurora Serverless, DynamoDB Global Tables, Amazon Neptune, S3 Select, Amazon Sagemaker, AWS DeepLens, Amazon Rekognition Video, Amazon Kinesis Video Streams, Amazon Transcribe, Amazon Translate, Amazon Comprehend, AWS IoT 1-Click, AWS IoT Device Management, AWS IoT Device Defender, AWS IoT Analytics, Amazon FreeRTOS, and Greengrass ML Inference. Guest speakers include Dr. Matt Wood, of AWS; Roy Joseph, of Goldman Sachs; Mark Okerstrom, of Expedia; and Michelle McKenna-Doyle, of the NFL.

Index of Topics
00:50 Update on the AWS Business – Andy Jassy
11:01 AWS pace of innovation
13:26 Guest speaker – Mark Okerstrom, of Expedia
23:20 AWS range of Compute options
28:30 Amazon Elastic Containers for Kubernetes (EKS)
30:24 AWS Fargate
41:40 Aurora Multi-Master
44:08 Aurora Serverless
48:20 DynamoDB Global Tables
50:05 DynamoDB backup and Restore
53:15 Amazon Neptune
57:04 Data Lake
1:02:21 Guest speaker – Roy Joseph, of Goldman Sachs
1:14:10 S3 Select
1:17:05 Glacier Select
1:18:31 Machine Learning
1:27:54 Amazon Sagemaker
1:36:07 AWS DeepLens
1:38:01 Guest Speaker – Dr. Matt Wood, of AWS
1:48:16 Amazon Rekognition Video
1:53:45 Amazon Kinesis Video Streams
1:56:15 Amazon Transcribe
1:58:50 Amazon Translate
2:00:29 Amazon Comprehend
2:06:20 Guest Speaker – Michelle McKenna-Doyle, of the NFL
2:18:28 AWS IoT (Internet of Things)
2:30:47 Amazon FreeRTOS and Greengrass ML Inference

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  1. Se Murray says:

    Index of topics

    00:50 Update on the AWS Business – Andy Jassy
    11:01 AWS pace of innovation
    13:26 Guest speaker – Mark Okerstrom, of Expedia
    23:20 AWS range of Compute options
    28:30 Amazon Elastic Containers for Kubernetes (EKS)
    30:24 AWS Fargate
    41:40 Aurora Multi-Master
    44:08 Aurora Serverless
    48:20 DynamoDB Global Tables
    50:05 DynamoDB backup and Restore
    53:15 Amazon Neptune
    57:04 Data Lake
    1:02:21 Guest speaker – Roy Joseph, of Goldman Sachs
    1:14:10 S3 Select
    1:17:05 Glacier Select
    1:18:31 Machine Learning
    1:27:54 Amazon Sagemaker
    1:36:07 AWS DeepLens
    1:38:01 Guest Speaker – Dr. Matt Wood, of AWS
    1:48:16 Amazon Rekognition Video
    1:53:45 Amazon Kinesis Video Streams
    1:56:15 Amazon Transcribe
    1:58:50 Amazon Translate
    2:00:29 Amazon Comprehend
    2:06:20 Guest Speaker – Michelle McKenna-Doyle, of the NFL
    2:18:28 AWS IoT (Internet of Things)
    2:30:47 Amazon FreeRTOS and Greengrass ML Inference

  2. MJCHu2be says:

    No doubt about been an excellent cheap way of getting IT services 'on line'. The 'costs' which are not mentioned are "privacy" and "independence" from Internet Services, while "back-up" could be a nightmare. Government and Databases are exposed to 'cyber attacks' and should use only Private Networks as used in the Banking Industry. Medical Industry should clearly have a contingency and fault tolerant system for their medical records and other reassurance communication links than the Internet. What is interesting is that the services of AI and distributed databases is an outstanding tool for Marketing and global presence.

  3. TRON247 says:

    Lmao you could hear Jeff Bezos in his speech. Great Vid.

  4. ppavankumar kumar says:

    What should I learn before learning aws

  5. Alexander Chychykalo says:

    amazing keynote!

  6. chengdumonk says:

    Move over Macintosh. Dell in DA houz

  7. Lava Kafle says:

    Serverless, Kubernetes Take Center Stage at AWS re:Invent
    [email protected]' By Fredric Paul • Nov. 30th, 2017 • Modern Software
    Amazon, AWS, AWS re:Invent, cloud computing, IoT, serverless

  8. S M says:

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  9. Keith Sanders says:

    I am interested in machine learning after watching this keynote. I really liked the NFL Next Gen Stats use case.

  10. Sandy says:

    i am building – I started coding

  11. George Gardiakos says:

    Humblebragging and putting down competitors get really annoying. If your product is good just say so and ignore the others. I think it shows some insecurity to be honest with you. Similar to Steve Job's attacks on PC's.

  12. Cloud EcoSystem Signals says:

    Excellent !

  13. Suprateek Sarkar says:

    AWS is the "Apple" of cloud computing and more!. AWSome new product releases!

  14. ibGib says:

    Of course, each and every service enumerated here is awesome. But I just have to say that as an inventor, working pretty much solo on extremely innovative and deep technology with ibGib (think elegantly distributed git + merkle tree + self-similar graph db for everything: IoT, AI, Big Data, pics, comments, reviews, …), his comments starting at 55:42 WRT inherent inventing hardships were genuinely and providentially inspirational for me personally, culminating with:

    "…and along the way, I promise you, you're going to have lots of people doubting you."

    THANK YOU.

  15. Brandon Hunter says:

    Had me at Lauryn Hill 😉

  16. Carlos Moro says:

    audio goes out of sync at 37min duration.

  17. Felipe Amarante says:

    Nice!

  18. OSMIUM says:

    @55:00 Where's the music? Licensing issues I assume…

  19. Monte Carlo says:

    Awesome!

  20. bashirpartovi says:

    So much gold in this video!

  21. Andrew Paulsen says:

    WOW! It is amazing what AWS has accomplished so far. The next couple of years will be very interesting to see if Microsoft, Google and the others can catch up or if AWS will continue to increase their lead in market share. The AWS dominance in IaaS makes Google look small in comparison when you look towards the future of computing.

  22. Chris Lopez says:

    Does aws know that net neutrality is going to be really bad for them and should be fighting against it?

  23. john seely brown says:

    An amazing keynote!! Endless surprises.

  24. AA says:

    Excellent keynote.

    Can you please fix the audio sync issue and upload it again? The audio sync problem detracts from the excellent content.

  25. Bradyn Poulsen says:

    It was so crazy trying to sign up for one of the DeepLens workshops right after the announcement. I was very lucky to randomly select one of them and be able to get into it!

  26. itikabc says:

    The sound got delayed in the middle?

  27. Roberto Fabrizi says:

    Best keynote ever, wish I was there

  28. James Hughes says:

    I love the color scheme for the "anonymised" vendors @ 11:41

  29. Max Copley says:

    Great show. Any chance we can get the Slide Deck? 🙂

  30. Hassan Sawaf says:

    I admit that I might be biased, but I like the portions in the video from 1:18:082:18:25 (Machine Learning) and in particular 1:56:10 (Transcribe), 1:58:30 (Translate) and 2:00:30 (Comprehend). Thanks, Andy, for a great show.

  31. Juraj Lisiak says:

    At around 4:30 Jassy mentioned 44% stat but the video doesn't show the slide he's referring to – anyone have picture of the presentation?

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