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.
#421: AWS Well-Architected Machine Learning Lens
This week Simon is joined by Rodney Lester, Senior Solutions Architect, and Sireesha Muppala, Principle Solutions Architect. They'll provide a recap of the AWS well architected framework and introduce the Machine Learning lens white paper that provides guidance on building ML workloads on AWS. https://d1.awsstatic.com/whitepapers/architecture/wellarchitected-Machine-Learning-Lens.pdf
#420: January 2021 Update Show 1
Simon takes you through more updates and new things to explore! Chapters: 01:03 AWS Marketplace, 01:43 Analytics, 12:03 Application Integration, 13:41 Block Chain, 14:06 Business Applications, 14:16 Compute, 17:37 Cost Management, 18:09 Customer Engagement, 18:33 Database, 20:46 Developer Tools, 22:07 End User Computing, 22:33 Game Tech, 22:50 Internet of Things (IoT), 25:33 Machine Learning, 26:39 Management & Governance, 31:43 Migration & Transfer, 32:10 Mobile, 32:47 Networking & Content Delivery, 37:14 Quantum Technologies, 37:36 Security, Identity and Compliance, 39:22 Storage
Extended Shownotes: https://d29iemol7wxagg.cloudfront.net/420ExtendedShownotes.html
#419: [Right Now @ AWS] Episode #2 - Migrating Specialized Workloads
After migrating a thousand enterprises to AWS, we’ve learned a one-size-fits-all migration approach does not meet all workload needs. Specialized workloads that are mission critical to your business, such as SAP and databases, require migration expertise and a customized plan. But how to do that at-scale, without undue complexity for customers?
#418: [INTRODUCING] Amazon Monitron and Amazon Lookout for Equipment
AWS helps leading industrial customers transform their business with the broadest set of cloud services and solutions, and an extensive partner network, while taking advantage of the highest standards for privacy and data security. Today Simon is joined by Kartik Dalal and Brant Swidler to learn more about how Amazon Monitron and Amazon Lookout for Equipment can help you solve challenging industrial problems using Machine Learning.
#417: [INTRODUCING] AWS Fault Injection Simulator (FIS)
Today Simon is joined by Laura Thomson, Senior Product Manager at AWS, to talk about the newly announced Fault Injection Simulator (FIS) which offers a fully managed chaos engineering solution. They'll dive into what chaos engineering really means, how it can help make your applications more resilient, and how FIS can assist your team in taking advantage of the process. https://aws.amazon.com/fis/
#416: [INTRODUCING] AWS CloudShell
AWS CloudShell is a browser-based shell that makes it easy to securely interact with your AWS resources. CloudShell is pre-authenticated with your console credentials and common development and operations tools are pre-installed, so no local installation or configuration is required. Today Simon is joined by Jonathan Weiss, a Senior Manager of Software Development at AWS, to learn all about this recently launched service. Simon and Jonathan will explore the benefits of CloudShell, why AWS built the the service, who it’s for, and the top use cases that CloudShell helps to facilitate. https://aws.amazon.com/cloudshell/
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This is my way to keep up with all the new features that AWS keeps releasing everyday. It would be hard to do so otherwise
Essential for staying current, but...
This podcast is very important to me to keep up with essential technology. But, I get very, very frustrated trying to hear what Nicki is saying, especially because she's usually the one to go over development tools, which is an important topic for me. I know efforts have been made to fix the quality of her audio, but it's still not adequate.
Nicki's audio is:
2) the level is inconsistent - going from a "normal" level (i.e. nearly the same volume as Simon's), then tapers off to where I can barely hear her and cannot understand what she's saying.
It sounds to me like Nicki doesn't have the mic positioned properly - maybe under her chin? Or, maybe it's a poor quality mic? Regardless - this isn't a difficult problem to solve and it's been going on since you started using this two person format in episode #302 on March 11th, 2019.
Why bother to break the delivery up between two people when the audience can only understand what one person is saying? It makes no sense. Just go back to the one person format with Simon doing all the talking since you obviously can't fix Nicki's audio problem.
OMG!!!! On what multitasking they are on...why are they speaking so fast....please AWS CHECK this...