AWS ‘re:Invent’ Virtual conference hosted by Amazon Web Services. NOV. 30 – DEC. 18, 2020

AWS ‘re:Invent’ Virtual conference hosted by Amazon Web Services. NOV. 30 – DEC. 18, 2020

AWS re:Invent is a conference hosted by Amazon Web Services for the global cloud computing community. The event features keynote announcements, training and certification opportunities, access to more than 2,000 technical sessions, a partner expo, after-hours events…

Covering Hybrid Cloud, Distrubuted Cloud, DevOps, Cloud Migration, Data Center and more. Future-Proof Your Cloud Strategy With Unbiased, Vendor-Neutral Sessions.

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Enjoy unlimited access to hundreds of sessions led by AWS experts. Hear from cloud leaders and be the first to learn what’s new.

You can also get Tailored Advice. 150 Research Led Sessions. 

Tracks –

AWS Marketplace

AWS Marketplace is a growing digital catalog of third-party software and data that makes it easy to find, buy, deploy, and manage software you need to build solutions and run your business on AWS. AWS Marketplace enables you to innovate quicker with easy access to cost-effective and flexible software solutions, and it helps you streamline and govern your software procurement process.


Organizations are challenged by an unprecedented new scale of data, with the volume of data they need to store and analyze increasing from terabytes to petabytes and sometimes exabytes.

Application Integration

Application integration on AWS is a suite of services that makes it easier for developers to build reliable and scalable applications by using microservices architecture or a serverless function orchestrator to sequence AWS services into business applications.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) help organizations unlock new insights, create efficiencies, develop new revenue streams, and introduce new products.


AWS provides purpose-built tools to support your distinct needs, whether you need a multiparty, fully managed blockchain network that helps eliminate intermediaries or a centralized ledger database that maintains an immutable and cryptographically verifiable record of transactions. In this track, learn about Amazon Managed Blockchain and Amazon QLDB.

Business Applications

Organizations require business applications to support employees, customers, and partners. Inspired by the AWS approach to cloud infrastructure, organizations have asked AWS to help them solve problems at the business application level for contact center, communication services, and no-code productivity applications

Business Intelligence

Amazon QuickSight is an AWS-native business intelligence (BI) platform. With Amazon QuickSight, you can easily build and scale cloud-powered BI solutions that provide rich and interactive visualizations, which can be seamlessly embedded within end user applications or shared as standalone, self-serve dashboards. 


Building and running your applications starts with compute, whether you are building enterprise, cloud-native, or mobile applications, or running massive clusters to sequence the human genome. 


AWS is the #1 place for you to run containers, and 80% of all containers in the cloud run on AWS. People choose to run their containers on AWS because of its security, reliability, and scalability. 


AWS has the broadest selection of purpose-built databases for all your application needs. Choose from 15 purpose-built database engines, including relational, key-value, document, in-memory, graph, time series, and ledger databases.

End User Computing

AWS End User Computing services—including Amazon WorkSpaces, Amazon AppStream 2.0, and Amazon WorkDocs—enable your teams to securely access the applications, data, and documents they need to get their jobs done.

Front-End Web Mobile Development

The sessions in this track are for front-end, full-stack, or mobile developers seeking to build and deploy production-grade applications on AWS and implement best practices for security, availability, and reliability. AWS offers a complete solution to support end-to-end workflows for web, native iOS/Android, and hybrid application development.


There are billions of devices in homes, factories, oil wells, hospitals, cars, and thousands of other places. With the proliferation of devices, you increasingly need solutions to connect them and collect, store, and analyze device data. In the IoT track, learn how customers around the globe use AWS IoT services to deliver transformative business outcomes, revolutionize industries, and accomplish groundbreaking feats, including transforming automotive manufacturing, delivering the future of energy, driving a reduction in global food and medicine waste by improving cold chain logistics, and building the next generation of innovative and secure connected home products at scale. In these sessions, learn how AWS IoT is the connective thread, enabling developers to innovate with emerging technologies like machine learning, robotics, video analytics, mobile, and 5G networks. 

Management Tools and Governance

In the past, organizations have had to choose between innovating faster and maintaining control over cost, compliance, and security. With AWS Management and Governance services, you don’t have to choose between innovation and control—you can have both.

Open Source

Organizations increasingly turn to open-source software to modernize their infrastructures and, in turn, their businesses. AWS offers a host of managed services, like Amazon EKS, to make it dramatically easier for you to productively use innovative, low-cost, open-source software, but AWS also contributes to a wide variety of open-source communities like GraphQL, Redis, and Kubernetes to improve that software.

Quantum Computing

This track provides guidance from the AWS Quantum Solutions Lab to help you get started and move faster in quantum computing with Amazon Braket. Amazon Braket is a fully managed service that helps you build, test, and run quantum algorithms on a variety of quantum hardware and simulators.


The Robotics track aims to help you learn about developing, testing, and deploying ROS-based robotics applications with AWS RoboMaker. Sessions feature content on getting started with testing robots in simulation and scaling and automating testing efforts.