Watch Fitch Ratings speak about "Migrating to the Cloud to Transform Business Services Delivery"

Learn about how a large Enterprise organization used Cloud migration as a launchpad for further innovation including:
- Using a ‘conveyor belt’ system to migrate applications and servers,
- Automating infrastructure builds and more.

Watch Jonathan Allen speak about How to Get from Zero to Hundreds of AWS-Certified Engineers

For many organizations, a perceived lack of cloud skills in their staff can limit their move to the cloud. Proper training of your engineers and developers can speed the pace of adoption, cloud migration, and delivery of business benefits by effectively operating the AWS Cloud. In this session, we discuss field-proven, prescriptive steps for reskilling and scaling your technical teams.


Fleets of microcontrollers and sensor boards all over the planet continuously provide insights on the state of a range of situations, from aeronautical transport to farming equipment. Thanks to the Cloud, we now have a more rapid, robust and cost-effective adoption of this paradigm.

We’re brought our Data Cars to re:Invent to showcase how Cloud services provide rapid insights to enhance all experiences, which in this case is electric car racing. We’re bringing the nostalgic Scalextric game into the digital era by leveraging various AWS data platforms such as Greengrass, Kinesis, S3, EMR and Redshift.


We are committed to supporting the future of the technology industry. Instead of handing out branding gifts at events, we have chosen to donate the money we would've spent to three young people's charities instead.

AWS re:Invent attendees helped up support those charities by placing a token into one of three 'fund the future' charity boxes.

Supporting the future of the tech industry as well reducing non-biodegradable waste. It's a win win.

This year, our chosen charities are:

  • Girls in Tech - A global non-profit focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology.
  • Code.org - A global non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities.
  • Techie Youth - A non-profit based in NYC that provides free IT education to adolescents and young-adults in the foster-care system who are motivated to become professionals in the computer/IT sector.

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