AWS Re:Invent 2021: The 15 Coolest Products And Services

Bob Quillin December 6, 2021

From Boston Dynamics’ dog-like mobile robot to Qualcomm’s 5G- and AI-powered drone, here are some of the most compelling sights from the expo floor of Amazon Web Services’ re:Invent conference.

During re:Invent this week, vFunction displayed its platform for developers and architects to automatically transform Java applications into microservices available for deployment on AWS and other cloud infrastructures.

The platform aims to lower migration risk through automation and acceleration of refactoring and re-architecting legacy applications. It offers a single pane to track migration and modernization assessment projects across an application estate.

The company’s application transformation engine uses deep domain-driven observability to measure architectural flows, classes, use, memory and resources to find business domain functions.

The company unveiled a new integration with AWS Migration Hub Refactor Spaces to accelerate modernization and migration of Java applications to AWS. Learn More