AWS is getting ready for the biggest event of the year, Re:Invent 2019 in Las Vegas. Your Co-Hosts do their best to guess what AWS may announce, we cover some preannouncement news, and more!
Docker sells off its enterprise business to Mirantis. Amazon gets upset with the pentagon and launches a data exchange. Azure wins a lucrative contract and github actions. Google buys cloudsimple complicating things for the VMWare on Azure offerings.
Jonathan, Peter and I will all be attending Re:Invent 2019! We are looking forward to meeting all of you who have listened over the last year. We will all have stickers available and maybe a few suprises as well. We will be around the event at the various venues and parties, and we would love to meet you in person. Please reach out to us via our contact form, Follow our twitter feed @thecloudpod1 or DM @jbrodley, @foghorncto or @cloudkickoff on Twitter! Justin will be live tweeting the keynotes if your missing out on Re:invent this year so follow his thread throughout the event for the latest news.
Over the last year we have been really blessed with you our Audience and your continued support for our show. From a crazy idea Jonathan and I came up with at Re:invent last year to the launch of our show, our fantastic guests and our guest hosts throughout the year. We couldn’t have done it without you!
Thank You from Justin, Jonathan and Peter and we hope to see you at Re:invent 2019!
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