AWS CloudShell – Command-Line Access to AWS Resources. Today we are launching AWS CloudShell, with the goal of making the process of getting to an AWS-enabled shell prompt simple and secure, with as little friction as possible.
No matter how much automation you have built, no matter how great you are at practicing Infrastructure as Code (IAC), and no matter how successfully you have transitioned from pets to cattle, you sometimes need to interact with your AWS resources at the command line. You might need to check or adjust a configuration file, make a quick fix to a production environment, or even experiment with some new AWS services or features.
Some of our customers feel most at home when working from within a web browser and have yet to set up or customize their own command-line interface (CLI). They tell us that they don’t want to deal with client applications, public keys, AWS credentials, tooling, and so forth. While none of these steps are difficult or overly time-consuming, they do add complexity and friction and we always like to help you to avoid both.
Here is a list of six libraries and tools, in no particular order, that was launched so far at the AWS re:Invent 2020.
At the annual re:Invent, AWS announced several updates to its Function-as-a-Service offering Lambda. These newly announced features evolve around billing, memory capacity, and container image support.
We have listed the latest announcements on AI and machine learning that are being made at AWS re:Invent 2020. Learn 8 Biggest AI Announcements Made So Far At AWS re:Invent 2020.
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