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AWS Podcast on Smash Notes

AWS Podcast podcast.

April 22, 2020

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.



Episodes with Smash Notes

AWS Graviton2 processors power Amazon EC2 M6g, C6g, and R6g instances that provide up to 40% better price performance over comparable current generation x86-based instances for a wide variety of workloads including application servers, micro-services, high-performance computing, electronic design automation, machine learning inference, gaming, open-source databases, and in-memory caches. In this podcast, learn more about AWS Graviton2 processors, their instances, use cases, ecosystem support, and customer adoption stories. https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/graviton/

A massive range of updates that Simon & Nicki walk you through! Chapters: 00:53 AWS Marketplace 01:52 Analytics 06:49 Application Integration 07:41 Business Applications 08:15 Compute 14:09 Customer Engagement 15:08 Databases 18:38 Developer Tools 22:16 End User Computing 22:46 Internet of Things (IoT) 24:54 Machine Learning 30:34 Management & Governance 36:10 Media Services 36:45 Migration & Transfer 40:06 Mobile 40:41 Networking & Content Delivery 42:29 Robotics 43:32 Security, Identity and Compliance 46:23 Storage Extended Shownotes: https://d29iemol7wxagg.cloudfront.net/382ExtendedShownotes.html

How can you optimize serverless applications for cost and performance? Simon and Alex Casalboni talk about AWS Lambda Power Tuning, an open-source tool that can help you visualize and fine-tune the memory/power configuration of Lambda functions in a data-driven fashion.

https://github.com/alexcasalboni/aws-lambda-power-tuning

Today Simon is joined by Michael Lin, Principal Product Manager on the RDS team, to discuss the recent launch RDS on Outposts. They'll discuss how you can use RDS on Outposts as an extension of the cloud with an easy console experience, the benefits that it gives to your enterprise, and what use cases it will be best suited for. Find more information here: https://aws.amazon.com/rds/outposts/

What can you do with petabytes of earth observation data and scalable compute infrastructure to help support decision making at the continental scale? Simon brings together representatives from Geoscience Australia, the South African National Space Agency and AWS to talk about Digital Earth Africa, a new geospatial analysis platform, sponsored by the Amazon Sustainability Data Initiative, that is launching soon in the Cape Town region.

Lots of cool updates to catch up on this week! Chapters: 00:31 Analytics 04:04 Business Applications 05:27 Compute 10:13 Cost Management 11:15 Customer Engagement 13:28 Databases 18:19 Developer Tools 21:09 End User Computing 21:37 Internet of Things (IoT) 22:15 Machine Learning 26:16 Management & Governance 30:42 Media Services 32:35 Migration & Transfer 34:09 Mobile 35:30 Networking & Content Delivery 37:10 Security, Identity and Compliance 38:36 Storage 40:05 Training & Certification Extended Shownotes: https://d29iemol7wxagg.cloudfront.net/378ExtendedShownotes.html

Amazon QLDB has been generally available since Sep 2019. Hear from the team who built it about what a ledger database is, how its different from a blockchain, and how are customers using it today. https://aws.amazon.com/qldb/

Simon and Nicki share everything you need to keep up to date with AWS! Chapters: 01:10 AWS Marketplace 02:33 Analytics 03:03 Blockchain 03:55 Business Applications 05:17 Compute 06:33 Customer Engagement 06:57 Database 10:42 Developer Tools 12:08 Machine Learning 13:39 Management & Governance 15:44 Mobile 18:16 Networking & Content Delivery 19:17 Security, Identity & Compliance 21:14 Storage 23:54 AWS Solutions 25:47 Wrap up

Extended Shownotes: https://d29iemol7wxagg.cloudfront.net/375ExtendedShownotes.html

Learn how you can utilize AWS Solutions to help drive your cloud development. AWS Solutions help you solve common problems and build faster using the AWS platform. All AWS Solutions Implementations are vetted by AWS architects and are designed to be operationally effective, reliable, secure, and cost efficient. https://aws.amazon.com/solutions/

The one thing you know about machine generated data is that there's always more of it! But keeping that ever-expanding collection of log data can become costly. Amazon Elasticsearch Service is the perfect tool for storing and analyzing log data to deliver insights. While it's most common to focus on your more recent logs, sometimes you want to retain them for longer term, more forensic analysis. At a cost reduction of up to 90% over hot storage, UltraWarm for Amazon Elasticsearch Service provides you with cost efficient, long-term, transparent access to this older data, while maintaining the same fast, interactive experience. Jon Handler, Principal Search Services Solutions Architect at AWS, is here to walk us through what UltraWarm is and how you can leverage it! https://aws.amazon.com/elasticsearch-service

Simon and Nicki take you through an interesting collection of updates across a broad range of services. Chapters: 00:31 Analytics 03:39 Application Integrations 04:24 Business Applications 07:17 Compute 11:36 Cost Management 13:03 Customer Engagement 13:43 Database 19:10 Developer Tools 22:50 Internet of Things (IoT) 23:23 Machine Learning 28:15 Management & Governance 37:05 Media Services 39:18 Migration & Transfer 40:04 Networking & Content Delivery 41:30 Robotics 42:09 Security,(Identity & Compliance) 44:43 Storage 45:44 Training and Certification Extended Shownotes: https://d29iemol7wxagg.cloudfront.net/373ExtendedShownotes.html

Cloud migrations remain a challenge for many organizations, however not in the areas you might think! Today Simon is joined by Edgar Haren, Sr. Product Marketing Manager with Amazon Web Services and Curran O’Brien, Migration Business Development with AWS, to discuss the value organizations can find when working towards cloud migration readiness, and how the new Cloud Adoption Readiness Tool (CART) can help kick-start the process. Across thousands of migration consultations, we found that AWS customers weren’t struggling with the technical aspects of a migration, as much as the Operational and Organizational elements. Completing a cloud readiness assessment with CART can transform your idea of moving to the cloud into a detailed plan that follows AWS Professional Services best practices. The AWS Cloud Adoption Readiness Tool (CART) helps organizations of all sizes develop efficient and effective plans for cloud adoption and enterprise cloud migrations. Assess your organization’s cloud readiness in minutes at https://cloudreadiness.amazonaws.com