Some of our customers need to get data to AWS and most of them would like to do it in an efficient and timely manner. The usual route is to simply copy the required data over the internet, or better yet if they have a direct connect line. However, with the limitations of bandwidth in general, this can take days, weeks, or even months. For example, a dedicated one gigabit per second network connection theoretically moves one petabyte of data in about 100 days and in the real world, likely longer and at a higher cost with this customer feedback. As a way to address this gap, we, therefore, introduced the AWS Snow Family of devices. The first device, which is also our newest offering, is called AWS Snowcone. It's a device that holds up to eight terabytes of data and contains Edge Computing. Edge Computing options are Amazon EC2 instances and AWS IoT green Ross. To obtain one, you place an order via the AWS management console. We ship it to you, you plug it in and copy your data, and finally ship it back to us. We'll then copy the data to your AWS account, usually, an Amazon S3 bucket that you own, and boom, Bob's your uncle, and your data is available to use. Customers usually use these devices to ship terabytes of information such as Analytics Data, video libraries, image collections, backups, and even tape replacement data. I mean, who doesn't have a terabyte collection of cat images that they want to backup to the AWS Cloud. But what if eight terabytes are not enough? Well, good news. We have a product for that requirement called Snowball Edge. It comes in two versions. A Snowball Edge Compute-optimized option and a Snowball Edge Storage optimized option. Even better is that they fit into existing server racks and can be clustered for greater computing needs. Once you plug them into your infrastructure, you can even run AWS Lambda functions, Amazon, EC2 compatible AMIs, or even AWS IoT Greengrass to perform simple processing of data right then and there. Customers usually ship these to remote locations, where it's trickier to have a lot of computing power lying around. The use cases include capturing of streams from IoT devices, image compression, video transcoding, and even industrial signaling. The last device that's up for grabs is also the largest in our fleet, the AWS Snowmobile. As the name suggests, it's housed in a 45-foot rugged shipping container and pulled along by a fricking truck. I mean, this thing is huge. It houses 100 petabytes and is ideal for the largest migrations and even datacenter shutdowns. We drive the truck to your designated location, plug it in, and it then appears as a network-attached storage device with, like I said, capacity of up to 100 petabytes. It is tamper-resistant, waterproof, temperature controlled. It even has fire suppression and GPS tracking. I mean, can you believe that it also has 24-7 video surveillance with a dedicated security team and escort security vehicle during transit. That's some serious business. But it should be noted that all Snow Family devices are designed to be secure and tamper-resistant while on-site or in transit. This means the hardware and software is cryptographically signed and all data stored is automatically encrypted using 256-bit encryption keys owned and managed by you, the customer. You can even use AWS key management service to generate and manage keys. As always, it's been a pleasure taking you through yet another AWS service. Hope you've had fun learning about the AWS Snow Family.