Amazon at the re: MARS conference introduced its AI helper for developers on the AWS platform. It is called CodeWhisperer, it is available by invitation and can add complex program code similar to the competing Copilot from GitHub.
CodeWhisperer is part of the SDS tools for developers on the AWS platform. These are available for several development environments such as Cloud9, JetBrains or Visual Studio Code.
It also follows that CodeWhisperer is primarily intended for AWS subscribers, whose products it will focus more on whispering. Copilot, on the other hand, is a generic replenisher without specific specialization.
CodeWhisperer is free in trial mode, but you can expect Amazon to pay for it later. Copilot is going in the same direction. Its one-year free operation is currently ending, and users are already seeing subscription offers if they want to continue.