AWS Interact Italia è un evento tecnico, offerto in lingua italiana, della durata di un giorno. Quest’evento è dedicato a ingegneri, sviluppatori, amministratori di sistema e solutions architect che desiderano accelerare il loro percorso nel cloud di Amazon Web Services. A causa della grande richiesta, l’evento verrà trasmesso in streaming in tempo reale, il che significa che potrai decidere se partecipare di persona o online. Unisciti a noi per un’intensa giornata di training pratico, informazioni e discussioni.
- Assistere ad una conferenza riguardante gli ultimi aggiornamenti ai prodotti e servizi AWS, annunciati alla conferenza AWS re:Invent 2014 tenutosi a Las Vegas.
- Chiedere ai clienti AWS come il Cloud ha contribuito al loro successo. Parteciperanno Conde Nast, Tagetik, BanzaiMedia e Riccardo Donadon, Founder di H-Farm, che presentera’ due nuove startup: XYZE e Travel Appeal.
- Partecipare agli “AWS Hand-on Labs”: training gratuiti che ti aiuteranno a migliorare le tue abilità pratiche.
- Assistere a percorsi tecnici votati da te stesso, e imparare “best practice” riguardanti architettura e sviluppo di applicazioni, monitoraggio, performance, sicurezza e migrazione di ambienti.
- Conoscere il nostro Partner Expo per trovare i migliori fornitori di soluzioni tecniche per i tuoi progetti.
- Partecipare ad una non conferenza (di persona o via Internet) gestita da AWS e dall'AWS User Group Italia
|9:00-17:30||Hands-on Labs||Labs Available Online to Confirmed Registrants
|9:00-17:30||Partner Solutions Expo
||Partner Solutions Expo (online)
|9:00-10:00||Registration and Networking
||Recorded Video of AWS & Partner Solutions|
||Session Streamed Online
(featuring Conde Nast and Tagetik)
|Session Streamed Online|
|12:00-12:30||re:Invent Update||Session Streamed Online|
|12:30-14:00||Lunch Break||Recorded Video of AWS & Partner Solutions|
|14:00-14:30||Start-Up Ecosystem (presented by Riccardo Donadon, Founder, H-Farm)||Session Streamed Online|
|14:30-15:00||Infrastructure as Code
|Session Streamed Online|
|15:00-15:30||Security Operations on AWS||Session Streamed Online|
|15:30-16:00||Coffee Break||Recorded video of AWS & Partner Solutions|
|16:00-16:30||Container Management on AWS||Session Streamed Online|
|16:30-17:00||Enhancing mobile applications||Session Streamed Online|
|17:00-20:00||Networking and Unconference
(with AWS and the AWS User Group Italia)
|Join Online Unconference chat
with AWS User Group Italia
While many organizations have started to automate their software development processes, many still engineer their infrastructure largely by hand. Treating your infrastructure just like any other piece of code creates a “programmable infrastructure” that allows you to take full advantage of the scalability and reliability of the AWS cloud.
This session will walk through practical examples of how AWS customers have merged infrastructure configuration with application code to create application-specific infrastructure and a truly unified development lifecycle.
You will learn how:
- AWS customers have leveraged tools like CloudFormation, source control systems, to enable their applications to take full advantage of the scalability and reliability of the AWS cloud
- AWS customers have created self-reliant applications
- AWS customers easily recover when things go seriously wrong with their infrastructure
Container technology, particularly Docker, is all the rage these days. At AWS, our customers have been running Linux containers at scale for several years, and we are increasingly seeing customers adopt Docker, especially as they build loosely coupled distributed applications. However, to do so customers have to run their own cluster management solutions, deal with configuration management, and manage their containers and associated metadata.
Amazon EC2 Container Service, a new AWS service, makes it easy to run and manage Docker-enabled distributed applications using powerful APIs.
This allows you to:
- Launch and stop containers
- Get complete cluster state information
- Manage linked containers
In this session we will discuss why we built the EC2 Container Service, some of the core concepts, and walk you through how you can use the service for your applications.
Applications designed to run on AWS can use modern architectural approaches to benefit from the automation and scale delivered by the platform. Securing those applications can also be simplified and enhanced by leveraging specific services and features provided by AWS.
In this session, we discuss how to create access policies, manage security credentials, and much, much more. We will also show AWS Config, a new cross-resource service that allows you to discover new resources, how they're configured, and how these configurations changed over time. The service defines and captures relationships and dependencies between resources, helping you determine if a change to one resource affects other resources.
Session content coming shortly.
This session will show you how to build mobile apps that leverage a variety of AWS services, including Amazon Mobile Analytics and Amazon Cognito. Amazon Mobile Analytics can help you understand user behavior, engage users, and maximize user lifetime value. With just a couple lines of code, you can learn more about your users and their behavior quickly across platforms. We will also we demonstrate how to use Amazon Cognito to build secure mobile apps without storing keys in them.