Top Takeaways from Adam Selipsky’s AWS re:Invent Keynote

From sustainability to data and more, the AWS CEO covered a lot of ground on Tuesday.

Kelly Teal, Contributing Editor

November 29, 2022

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AWS RE:INVENT — Calling sustainability “the issue of our generation,” Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky (pictured above) took the stage on Tuesday to deliver his second AWS re:Invent keynote speech.

The topics of water, and energy production and consumption, took up a significant portion of Selipsky’s focus. His comments came as the cloud computing sector has raised eyebrows for the excessive use of natural resources required to deliver services.

Selipsky’s Nov. 29 AWS re:Invent keynote also featured an unmissable emphasis on data. As organizations stand to produce more data than ever over the next five years, AWS unveiled integrations and other capabilities to make extraction and analysis easier.

Of course, the Selipsky-led two-hour AWS re:Invent address to partners and end users included presentations from customers. Energy company Engie, for example, shared how it’s producing green power with the help of AWS. And Siemens talked up its many cloud-reliant efforts as it works in health care, manufacturing and other large industries. Lyell reviewed how it’s using AWS to improve cancer treatments.

See our slideshow above for the main takeaways from Selipsky’s AWS re:Invent keynote.

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Kelly Teal

Contributing Editor, Channel Futures

Kelly Teal has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist, editor and analyst, with longtime expertise in the indirect channel. She worked on the Channel Partners magazine staff for 11 years. Kelly now is principal of Kreativ Energy LLC.

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