AWS re:Invent 2020 Showcases ‘Democratized’ Cloud and Speed to Value

Midway through AWS re:Invent 2020 it’s striking how much the task of engineering digital transformation has grown from its early focus on building more compute horsepower to now embracing the solution-focused quest for faster time to results. It’s exciting that we can now deploy technology at cloud scale, enable people to work together across great distances and help the world solve problems faster.

As proud as we are of the Intel-AWS collaboration spanning more than 15 years, the incredible strength of that long-term partnership to power digital transformation is changing the world in increasingly fast, visible, and tangible ways. Whatever your use case; wherever your workloads run, we care that they run best on Intel architecture. That’s the Intel-AWS difference and, like any good partnership, we’re better together.

Watch Intel's re:Invent Highlights on theCUBE

Stream my interview on theCUBE to learn about the power of AWS Cloud on Intel. We cover Intel’s role in bringing net-new remote instruction capability to more than 100 Delhi teachers within a week, exponential gains in wildfire simulation efficiency, and improved speed to value in drawing insights from decades of data capital.

Catch more of the biggest news from AWS re:Invent 2020 in these streaming interviews with my Intel colleagues on theCUBE:

  • Trish Damkroger highlights the recently launched AWS ParallelCluster, a verified Intel Select Solution optimized for scientists, researchers, and IT administrators to quickly deploy, manage, and scale AWS cloud clusters.
  • Eitan Medina and Chetan Kapoor discuss the recent announcement of an upcoming Habana Gaudi-based Amazon EC2 instance.

Sessions Streaming & Available On-Demand

Turn to AWS re:Invent 2020 for visibility into the world-changing, ‘democratized’ cloud innovations built on Intel infrastructure. The re:Invent 2020 all-digital experience includes Intel’s Sponsor Channel, where you can learn about the latest AWS-on-Intel solutions like the new OpenVINO AWS Marketplace for accelerating machine learning workloads, exciting new AI projects that streamline the convergence of software, algorithms and hardware, partner-supported use cases for computer vision on the factory floor, and more.

Key Intel sessions at AWS re:Invent

AWS Data and Analytics JAM (limited capacity)
12-16-20 live at 8am & 3pm Pacific – Hands-on learning experience
Gain hands-on experience working through a Natural Language Processing challenge using a containerized OpenVINO image. Validate your skills or learn new ones.

ON-DEMANDML and analytics addressing nationwide COVID-19 impact and recovery (WPS281-S)
Join Intel and Fractal.ai to learn how we developed a platform to analyze COVID-19 progression data for the government of Telangana, India.

ON-DEMANDOptimize enterprise workloads with Intel-based Amazon EC2 instances (ENT-383-S)
Intel and AWS share an overview of Intel-based EC2 instances to help optimize price and performance of enterprise workloads such as SAP, VMware, Windows Server, Microsoft SQL Server, AWS Outposts and HPC.

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About Rebecca Weekly

Hyperscale Strategy and Execution, Intel Corporation Vice President, General Manager, and Senior Principal Engineer. Rebecca leads the organization that influences every aspect of Intel’s cloud platform solutions. Together they shape Intel’s development, production, and business strategy for Hyperscale Cloud Service Providers by driving strategic collaborations with key partners to ensure platform requirements meet customer needs. Rebecca is the Open Compute Project chair and president of the board and is on Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list of most influential people in technology. In her "spare" time, she is the lead singer of the funk and soul band, Sinister Dexter, and enjoys her passion of dance and choreography. She has two amazing little boys, and loves to run (after them, and on her own). Rebecca graduated from MIT with a degree in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.