Summary of AWS re:Invent 2022 - Keynote with Adam Selipsky

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Adam Selipsky, CEO of AWS, discusses how AWS is responding to customer needs and how customers are revolutionizing industries using the cloud. He highlights some of the company's recent advancements in technology, including the launch of Security Lake, a data lake that makes it easy for security teams to automatically collect, combine and analyze security data at petabyte scale.

  • 00:00:00 AWS re:Invent is a conference where attendees can learn about the latest innovations from AWS customers and partners. Adam Selipsky, CEO of AWS, discusses how AWS is responding to customer needs and how customers are revolutionizing industries.
  • 00:05:00 The speaker discusses how AWS has helped many companies save money and be more flexible in difficult times. He also mentions how the cloud can help companies be more agile and reduce time to market for new features.
  • 00:10:00 In this keynote speech, Adam Selipsky describes how humans have been fascinated by stars since antiquity and how the sheer immensity of the universe has been one of the main obstacles to exploring answers to questions about our universe. He describes how advances in technology have allowed for greater exploration of space and how recent advances in technology have enabled scientists to study the formation of stars in new and exciting ways.
  • 00:15:00 AWS is focused on building out all of the necessary tools to help users explore and analyze data. Some of these tools include AWS's eight purpose-built non-relational databases, five relational data engines, and Amazon Aurora. AWS also offers analytics services that are optimized for different data types and use cases.
  • 00:20:00 Adam Selipsky, CEO of Redshift, provides a overview of Redshift Serverless, which offers a platform for managing analytics without having to worry about scaling or managing clusters. Selipsky also discusses Redshift's machine learning and AI services. He talks about how ENGIE, a French energy provider, is using data to power insights into their operations.
  • 00:25:00 Engie is a global energy company that is transitioning to a carbon-neutral economy. In order to do this, they are using data and digital technologies to optimize their renewable energies and manage their energy consumption.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses how AWS helps Barcelona reduce their energy usage by up to 15%, and how this helps ENGIE to create digital platforms that help accelerate the energy transition. Both companies are working together to make it easier to do analytics and machine learning without having to deal with the ETL muck.
  • 00:35:00 This video discusses the AWS zero ETL integration between Aurora and Redshift, which eliminates the need to build and manage custom data pipelines between the two systems. This integration is now available as a preview, and is likely to become even more popular as it eliminates more ETL work.
  • 00:40:00 In this keynote speech, Adam Selipsky discusses the need for data governance across an organization in order to unlock the full value of data and how Amazon DataZone can help. DataZone enables admins and data stewards to manage and govern access to data, making it easy for data engineers, data scientists, product managers, analysts and other business users to discover, use and collaborate around data. QuickSight is a business intelligence solution that enables users to easily create, publish and embed interactive visualizations in dashboards.
  • 00:45:00 With the new forecasting capabilities of QuickSight, business users can ask questions to get an immediate response in the form of a visualization. Q can also answer why questions to help understand past events and trends. With this new capability, businesses are able to build a complete end-to-end data strategy.
  • 00:50:00 AWS is a leading provider of cloud services, and its security offerings are among the best in the industry. AWS' security offerings include features that help developers build secure code from the start, and services that identify and remediate vulnerabilities quickly. GuardDuty is an AWS service that helps you detect and respond to security threats quickly.
  • 00:55:00 AWS announced the launch of Security Lake, a data lake that makes it easy for security teams to automatically collect, combine and analyze security data at petabyte scale. Security Lake is optimized for security data, and you can automatically build a security data lake with just a few clicks.

01:00:00 - 02:00:00

The AWS keynote at re:Invent 2022 showcased some of the company's newest features and services, including Security Lake, Clean Rooms, and Omics. The keynote also discussed how AWS has been able to scale rapidly to meet the demands of customers with extreme workloads.

  • 01:00:00 Security Lake is a data aggregation and analysis platform that supports the OCSF standard, which helps organizations analyze their security data in a standardized way. It manages data lifecycle and retention, and allows users to query the data with Athena, OpenSearch, and SageMaker as well as a number of third-party solutions.
  • 01:05:00 In this keynote, AWS CEO, Andy Jassy, discusses the company's history of innovation and how this has helped the company become the leading provider of cloud services. He discusses how AWS has developed unique processors and virtualization technologies that have allowed the company to compete head-on with traditional hardware vendors. Jassy also discusses how AWS has been able to scale rapidly to meet the demands of customers with extreme workloads.
  • 01:10:00 The speaker discusses the various uses for AWS, including its security and availability features, and its capabilities in the areas of machine learning and high performance computing. He also notes that the scale of the cloud is redefining high performance computing, and provides an example of a recent large-scale effort conducted on AWS.
  • 01:15:00 The talk discusses how AWS has revolutionized the HPC industry by providing a range of affordable, high-performance compute options. The new Hpc6id instances are designed for data and memory intensive HPC workloads with faster local storage and enhanced networking. The talk also discusses how Siemens has used AWS to enable a solution called Space Perspective, which is revolutionizing space travel by taking a balloon to the edge of space.
  • 01:20:00 The speaker at the AWS re:Invent keynote, Cedrik Neike, works for Siemens, which is a leader in industrial automation. Neike talked about how Siemens is partnering with AWS to help shape the next industrial revolution, which is more environmentally and socially sustainable. Neike also mentioned how AWS is making its industrial software available to startups and small companies. Finally, Neike gave an example of how a Scandinavian startup, Northvolt, is using AWS to connect all of its factories easily.
  • 01:25:00 The new AWS SimSpace Weaver service allows developers to run large scale simulations on the latest 3D engines on multiple compute nodes, making simulations much more scalable.
  • 01:30:00 Adam Selipsky, a keynote speaker at AWS re:Invent, discusses SimSpace Weaver, a 3D engine that enables large scale simulations without being constrained by a single piece of hardware or having to manage the underlying compute, memory, or networking infrastructure. SimSpace Weaver integrates with the most popular 3D engines, allowing developers to spend more time building and understanding their simulations and less time deploying and scaling them. Once you design your simulation in a 3D engine, you can upload your performance code and then configure a job in just a few clicks. Behind the scenes, SimSpace Weaver automatically distributes the spatial simulation across the 3D engine, spreading the areas of the world across multiple EC2 instances. So SimSpace Weaver enables objects to move seamlessly from one instance to another as they move across different areas of the simulation, allowing expansive worlds without sacrificing the details of 3D objects with real time interactions.
  • 01:35:00 In this keynote address, Amazon Web Services (AWS) CEO, Andy Jassy, discusses the company's efforts to remove constraints and help customers achieve their goals. He specifically mentions Amazon Connect, which helps contact center managers optimize agent schedules and resolve customer issues quickly. Additionally, AWS previewed new agent performance management capabilities in Contact Lens and introduced a new user interface to help agents navigate customer interactions more efficiently. Finally, Jassy highlighted the importance of supply chain resilience, noting that managing inventory requires accurate and up to date visibility into a company's supply chains.
  • 01:40:00 The AWS keynote speaker, Adam Selipsky, introduces the new AWS Supply Chain. This new cloud application improves supply chain visibility and delivers actionable insights to help customers mitigate supply chain risks and lower costs. With AWS Supply Chain, you get a unified view of your supply chain data, machine learning powered insights, recommended actions, and built in collaboration capabilities so you can react quickly to unexpected issues.
  • 01:45:00 AWS Clean Rooms is a new service that makes it easy to create clean rooms in minutes, without needing to move data out of AWS or load it into another external tool. The service applies the right restrictions to help maintain control over data with privacy enhancing controls.
  • 01:50:00 The biotechnology industry is making progress in developing new therapies for cancer, but cell therapy has not been successful in treating solid tumor cancers. Lyell, a company founded four years ago, uses AWS to build a cell therapy facility that is the only of its kind to use AWS's deep knowledge of Internet of Things, cloud infrastructure, and advanced analytics.
  • 01:55:00 Amazon Omics is a cloud-based platform that helps researchers process large amounts of omics data. It is easy to use and cost-effective, and it is compliant and secure.

02:00:00 - 02:05:00

AWS CEO, Adam Selipsky, discusses the importance of the cloud and how it can help organizations innovate faster. He highlights the many applications of the cloud and thanks the AWS team for their hard work.

  • 02:00:00 The speaker discusses how Amazon has developed technologies to make the retail experience better, including Just Walk Out Technology, Amazon One, and Amazon Go. These technologies are being deployed with success in many different places, including airports, stadiums, and stores.
  • 02:05:00 In his keynote at Re:Invent, Amazon CEO, Adam Selipsky discussed the importance of the cloud and its ability to help organizations innovate faster. He highlighted the many applications of the cloud, including in the areas of finance, retail, energy, research, and more. Selipsky thanked the AWS team for their hard work in making Re:Invent possible and urged attendees to explore the event's offerings.

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