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IN PICTURES: Amazon Web Services CTO keynote

IN PICTURES: Amazon Web Services CTO keynote

Amazon Web Services (AWS) continued its Re:Invent 2013 event in Las Vegas with a keynote by AWS CTO, Werner Vogels.

Werner Vogels, CTO, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Werner Vogels, CTO, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Amazon Web Services (AWS) continued its Re:Invent 2013 event in Las Vegas with a keynote by AWS CTO, Werner Vogels.

Key announcements included the Kinesis and Redshift services, as well as cross-region read replicas.

During the keynote, customers such as Netflix, Parse, Dropcam and Airbnb came on-stage to speak about their partnership with the Cloud provider.

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