AWS Podcast

AWS Podcast The AWS Podcast is the definitive cloud platform podcast for developers, dev ops, and cloud professionals seeking the latest news and trends in storage, security, infrastructure, serverless, and more. Join Simon Elisha and Jeff Barr for regular updates, deep dives and interviews. Whether you’re building machine learning and AI models, open source projects, or hybrid cloud solutions, the AWS Podcast has something for you.

  • #461: July 2021 Update Show 2
    by Amazon Web Services on July 18, 2021 at 9:32 pm

    Some interesting riffing on Development in this week’s update show! Chapters 00:46 Analytics 01:24 Application Integration 04:05 Business Applications 05:08 Compute 05:24 Databases 05:45 Developer Tools 06:18 End User Computing 07:01 Machine Learning 07:47 Management & Governance 10:04 Front-end & Mobile 11:56 Networking & Content Delivery 13:24 Security, Identity and Compliance 14:52 Storage 16:10 – The after show show Topics: 16:24 – Nicki’s development environment 19:54 – Nicki’s approach to development 23:06 – Nicki’s comments in commits 30:45 – Addressing writer’s block and rubber duck debugging! Extended Shownotes:

  • #460: [INTRODUCING] Amazon HealthLake
    by Amazon Web Services on July 15, 2021 at 3:47 pm

    Now available, Amazon HealthLake is a HIPAA-eligible service offering healthcare and life sciences companies a complete view of individual or patient population health data for query and analytics at scale to personalize medical care. Tune in to listen to Satadal Bhattacharjee, Sr Manager of Product Management for Health AI, share how Amazon HealthLake is helping health organization unlock insights from their health data to improve care and reduce costs. Learn more: Read the Blog: See the features: Watch the video:

  • #459: [Right Now at AWS] Episode 8 – Shifting toward modernization
    by Amazon Web Services on July 14, 2021 at 7:32 pm

    Last year, customers were driven to the cloud to save costs. While cost reduction is always a priority, the intensity to decrease spend reflected worldwide uncertainty. Today, a shift is emerging. There’s a renewed focus toward future growth and modernizing applications to scale and gain new capabilities across the business – from modern databases to leveraging cloud for security posture improvement. Principal Migration Advisor Steve Peacock explains what he’s seeing and offers best practices to thoughtfully modernize your business. Learn about our prescriptive approach to migration & modernization: Get sales support: Listen to our previous episode on cost saving strategies:

  • #458: July 2021 Update Show 1
    by Amazon Web Services on July 11, 2021 at 9:33 pm

    Lots of new things! Remember you can leave audio feedback or questions at: Chapters: 01:20 Analytics 06:44 Application Integration 07:25 Compute 13:30 Customer Engagement 14:16 Databases 18:56 Developer Tools 21:32 End User Computing 22:12 Game Tech 23:22 Internet of Things (IoT) 23:45 Machine Learning 28:57 Management & Governance 35:55 Media Services 37:54 Migration & Transfer 38:33 Front-end & Mobile 39:24 Networking & Content Delivery 40:54 Security, Identity and Compliance 43:48 Storage Extended Shownotes:

  • #457: [INTRODUCING] AWS BugBust
    by Amazon Web Services on July 4, 2021 at 7:32 pm

    Today Nicki is joined by Alex Bush, Head of AI Services and Vishnu Parimi, Principal Product Manager at AWS, to learn about AWS BugBust, the world’s first global competition for Java and Python developers to collectively fix 1 million bugs. They discuss how AWS BugBust provides an easy and fun solution to transform bug bashes, foster team building, and bring friendly competition to improve code quality and application performance. Listen in to learn how you can join the mission to exterminate 1 million bugs. Learn more: Create your BugBust event:

  • #456: Data Architectures with AWS Hero Elliott Cordo
    by Amazon Web Services on June 27, 2021 at 7:32 pm

    AWS Data Hero and Head of Data at Capsule, Elliott Cordo, has built many ground-up data architectures over the years. Simon speaks to Elliott about his eight years of experience with Amazon Redshift, including recent innovations he’s excited about and what’s on his Amazon Redshift wishlist. Simon and Elliott also discuss making sense of trends in data, integrating ML in your data environment, and the value of being part of a technical community.

  • #455: June 2021 Update Show 2
    by Amazon Web Services on June 20, 2021 at 9:33 pm

    More updates this week! Remember you can leave audio feedback or questions at: Chapters: 00:40 Analytics 03:45 Application Integration 07:07 Block Chain 08:09 Compute 09:47 EKS 11:04 Cost Management 11:48 Databases 15:17 Developer Tools 16:40 Front-end Web & Mobile 18:61 Game Tech 19:53 Internet of Things (IoT) 22:48 Machine Learning 25:41 Management & Governance 29:34 Networking & Content Delivery 30:33 Security, Identity and Compliance 32:32 Storage Extended Shownotes:

  • #454: [Amazon Connect #2] Improving the agent experience
    by Amazon Web Services on June 13, 2021 at 7:32 pm

    Information is the key to empowering contact-center agents to consistently anticipate and resolve customer issues. Their success is your company’s success. Join Kentis Gopalla, the Global Partner Lead for AWS Contact Center, as he shares the new ways you can ensure your agents have the right information at the right time to keep customers satisfied and loyal. See the Amazon Connect Partner Page: Get the eBook:

  • #453: [INTRODUCING] Amazon ECS Anywhere
    by Amazon Web Services on June 11, 2021 at 5:32 pm

    Amazon ECS Anywhere, a new extension of Amazon ECS, enables customers to now run and manage container-based applications on their customer-managed infrastructure using the same APIs, cluster management, workload scheduling, monitoring, and deployment pipelines they use with ECS in AWS. In this episode, Senior Developer Advocate Nathan Peck (@nathankpeck on Twitter) discusses how to set up and get started with ECS Anywhere, as well as common benefits and use cases. Read the blog – Build an ECS Anywhere home lab with Amazon VPC network connectivity – Watch the demo – Learn more –

  • #452: [Right Now at AWS] Episode 7 – Top media and entertainment use cases and purpose-built AWS Solutions
    by Amazon Web Services on June 10, 2021 at 6:32 pm

    Change is underway in media and entertainment and new AWS Solutions were designed to meet new customer needs. Content producers want to be able to create anything from wherever they are, seamlessly collaborating despite physical distance. And the ability to reduce manual effort from content analysis workflows with AI / ML solutions is saving money, providing new revenue opportunities, and giving back precious time. Hear about the purpose-built AWS Services and Solutions customers like Discovery and FOX are leveraging to improve their businesses and end-user experiences. Get AWS M&E Solutions – Contact the M&E team – Discovery+ case study: FOX case study –

  • #451: June 2021 Update Show 1
    by Amazon Web Services on June 6, 2021 at 9:33 pm

    Lots of great updates, a new book and listener feedback! Chapters: 00:33 Listener Feedback – Bob Haftner 01:11 New book – Data Science on AWS – Chris Fregly & Antje Barth 02:10 Analytics 08:13 Application Integration 10:27 Business Applications 10:54 Compute 15:46 Cost Management 16:18 Customer Engagement 17:04 Database 20:17 Developer Tools 21:29 End User Compuiting 21:41 Game Tech 21:55 Internet of Things (IoT) 24:15 Machine Learning 30:52 Management & Governance 36:56 Media Services 37:57 Migration & Transfer 39:50 Mobile 40:26 Networking & Content Delivery 40:55 Quantum Technology 41:32 Security, Identity and Compliance 42:40 Storage 44:20 Training & Certification 44:45 Support Extended Shownotes: New book “Data Science on AWS” Implementing End-to-End, Continuous AI and Machine Learning Pipelines by AWS Developer Advocates Chris Fregly and Antje Barth

  • #450: Optimizing Vaccine Distribution with AWS
    by Amazon Web Services on May 30, 2021 at 7:32 pm

    Amidst the COVID 19 pandemic, the US state and local technology infrastructure has never been more critical. These systems – most notably call centers, electronic lab reporting (ELR) systems and disease surveillance systems – are under extreme pressure as public health organizations work to track, report, and share information on COVID-19 cases. Today Simon is joined by Jim Daniel, Public Health Lead, State and Local Government here at Amazon Web Services, to learn all about the current state of public health in the US. They dive into the challenges faced, what was done to help, lessons learned, and how the cloud can support modernization of immunization information systems. Best Practices Blog: Expert Q&A: Scaling Public Health Infrastructure with the Cloud:

  • #449: [INTRODUCING] AWS App Runner
    by Amazon Web Services on May 25, 2021 at 8:32 pm

    AWS App Runner is a fully managed container application service that makes it easier and faster for customers to build, deploy, and run containerized web applications and APIs with just a few clicks, no infrastructure or containers experience required. Today, Simon is joined by Akshay Ram, Product Manager of App Runner, to learn all about this recently launched service. They dig into the benefits and use cases of App Runner, why the team built the service, the workloads it can be used for, AWS Copilot support for the service, and how you can get started. Read the blog: Watch the Workshop: See the video: Learn More:

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