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A complete guide to AWS re:Invent 2019

Last updated:December 2019

Editor's note

Every year, AWS users flock to Las Vegas for re:Invent, where the public cloud provider sets its agenda for the upcoming year. At AWS re:Invent 2019, more than 60,000 attendees worked their way across six venues to attend the essential keynotes, sessions, workshops, demos and more. And while this year's re:Invent lacked the showstopper moments that have become synonymous with the annual conference, AWS did roll out significant improvements to Amazon SageMaker, Redshift and many other services. 

It can be difficult to keep track of all the news and developments from the conference. Here, you’ll find the most important news and analysis from AWS re:Invent 2019, including the general availability of AWS Outposts and Amazon's move into quantum computing. You'll also find expert advice on AWS infrastructure, security, and new and familiar cloud tools.

1The latest additions to the AWS cloud

Amazon will use AWS re:Invent 2019 to roll out a host of features and products. Follow the latest updates to the AWS portfolio, from the lead-up to the conference to product news from the show floor.

2AWS cloud market strategy

Explore the latest news and analysis about AWS' market strategy and see how decisions within -- and beyond -- its control have affected Amazon's plans for its public cloud platform.

3State of AWS security

Security will be a key topic at AWS re:Invent 2019. Find out where AWS security stands today and what users can do to secure their cloud environments.

4Modern AWS infrastructure

AWS continues to expand its container and serverless computing capabilities. Use these tips to learn more about Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), AWS Fargate and more.

5AWS terms to know

Review these Amazon cloud services to make sure you're up to date on AWS terminology and technologies.

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