The sixth annual re:Invent, Amazon’s cloud division biggest show, had more than 1100 sessions on the agenda in 2017, keeping everyone up, as Las Vegas never sleeps! Customers and developers were all there, and representatives from prominent companies highlighted the importance of AWS usage. Amazon Web Services announced new tools like Aurora Serverless, a serverless database service, Amazon Neptune, a graph database service and Amazon Rekognition Video, a real-time and batch video analysis tool. The market leader in cloud infrastructure, Amazon shifted from the tech-forward startups to mainstream enterprises, including plugged-in government agencies that invest in tech in the same way they would do if they were enterprise companies themselves. From the myriad of conferences, three of them draw our attention, so we want to share some key takeaways with you.