Will Jeff Barr’s road trip buoy AWS?

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In an interesting marketing move, Amazon Web Services Chief Evangelist Jeff Barr is doubling down on customer outreach with a road-trip tour of 14 AWS user groups throughout the U.S. Will his trip have a positive effect on Amazon’s cloud provider customers? What effect will it have on AWS sales?

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