View all events <



Enterprise Development and Test Workloads on AWS

Wellington - 12 Mar | Christchurch - 13 Mar | Sydney - 14 Mar | Auckland - 14 Mar | Brisbane - 19 Mar | Melbourne - 21 Mar | Perth - 22 Mar| Canberra - 26 Mar

Enterprises today have complex requirements for development and testing frameworks. News Limited increased their ability to innovate by running their development and test workloads on AWS after migrating from a technology stack that took 56 days and 6 teams to develop. Now their developers can create or tear down environments themselves within 6 hours. Learn how you can build secure, reusable development and test systems on AWS addressing the concerns of the enterprise while being lean and agile like a startup.

Please register today. Seats are limited.

Attend this Lunch & Learn to find out about:

  • The role of Virtual Private Cloud in creating reusable secure environments
  • Organisational impact and strategy for implementing AWS-based development
  • Tools and best practices for enterprise development
  • Testing strategies and technologies
  • Automation of testing pipelines and production deployments
  • Examples of how customers use AWS to develop in the real world

Agenda

11:45am - 12:00pmRegistration and Lunch
12:00pm - 12:10pmWelcome & Introduction
12:10pm - 12:55pmPresentation
12:55pm - 1:30pmQ & A
1:30pmClose

Schedule and Location

Wellington - 12 Mar | The Abel Tasman Hotel, 169 Willis Street, Wellington

Christchurch - 13 Mar | The George, 50 Park Terrace, Christchurch, 8013, New Zealand

Sydney - 14 Mar | Amazon Web Services, Level 12, 55 Hunter Street

Auckland - 14 Mar | Cliftons, Level 2, 45 Queen Street, Auckland

Brisbane - 19 Mar | Cliftons, 288 Edward Street, Brisbane

Melbourne - 21 Mar | Cliftons, Level 1, 440 Collins Street

Perth - 22 Mar | Cliftons, 191 St Georges Terrace

Canberra - 26 Mar | Cliftons, Level 2, 10 Moore Street, Canberra

Register for This Event

(* = Required fields)

©2013, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its affiliates. All rights reserved.