Discuss the upcoming AWS re:Invent conference. Coordinate meeting up. Archive: https://archive.sweetops.com/aws-reinvent/
It is soon time to know who is going to be at AWS re:invent and want to meet there this year I go
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@Erik Osterman set the channel purpose: Discuss the upcoming AWS re:Invent conference. Coordinate meeting up. Archive: https://archive.sweetops.com/aws-reinvent/
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I think COBOL was added as an example of “any programming language”.
Amazon Web Services announced Lambda Layers and Lambda Runtime API, allowing ‘builders’ to bring their own language to Lambda.
Who wants to write lambda in COBOL ? :)
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@Erik Osterman it is jam packed!
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger joined AWS CEO Andy Jassy’s re:Invent keynote to introduce Outposts, which offers integrated data center hardware running either VMware or native AWS environments.
oh boy, this AWS Control Tower seems to lay out all fundamental cross account setup!
can be very useful
It has a dashboard!
Uses “blueprints” for the landing zones
That does look cool
Amazon Timestream is a fast, scalable, fully managed time series database service for IoT and operational applications that makes it easy to store and analyze trillions of events per day at 1/10th the cost of relational databases.
Now if this will integrate with Prometheus, that would be sweet
Just a few years ago, creating a database that could support your business at any scale while providing consistent low latency was a daunting task. That changed for me in 2012 while reading Werner Vogels’ blog post announcing Amazon DynamoDB (it was a few months before I joined AWS). was built on the principles in the […]
finally they did it to DynamoDB (was a pain to provision/plan capacity)
Only ever used for TF locking stuff but yeah, using another app to do some DynamoDB scaling based on usage was less than ideal
It’s not only that. The biggest issue was data skews. Hot primary keys. So you always ended up overprovisioning and overpaying
Except for some trivial use cases of cause
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how’s the conference going this year from an attendee perspective?
last year it was impossible to attend any of the good talks
i went to one
I went to two talks in total during this reinvent + 0.5 where I was freezing, so I left earlier Even more people this year.
they had created a lot more sessions this time. did it appear to help?
Last year there were 14 repetitions of the one where they gave away deep lens. This year seems to be more talks, but less repetitions.
AWS App Mesh is a service mesh that allows you to easily monitor and control communications across microservices applications on AWS. You can use App Mesh with microservices running on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), and Kubernetes running on Amazon EC2. Today, App Mesh is available […]
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Ok peeps who here!
Heard Metallica was in Vegas, I missed their performance damn it!
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Yes! I will be there pretty much the whole week from Saturday.
@here I’ll be at the conference this year, would anyone like to meet up grab a drink and talk shop?
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