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AWS Events for May 2011

We’ve got some interesting events and webinars planned for May of 2011. Here’s the most recent list:

Live Events, Conferences, and Conference Talks:

  • May 9: AWS 101 for the Government – Herndon, Virginia
  • May 10-11: Streaming Media East – New York City, NY (Javitz Convention Center), including a talk from Tal Saraf (GM of Amazon CloudFront)
  • May 10-11: DeskNet Executive Roundtable – New York City, New York
  • May 10-12: INTEROP – Las Vegas, NV (Mandalay Bay)
  • May 10: AWS 101 Business Seminar – New Delhi, India
  • May 11: AWS 101 Technical workshop – Hong Kong
  • May 12: AWS 101 Business Seminar – Mumbai, India
  • May 12: Hadoop User Group – London England
  • May 14: Cloud Developer Conference – Bangalore, India
  • May 15: AWS User Group – Delhi, India
  • May 16: AWS Tech Summit for Developers and Architects – Berlin, Germany (Kalkscheune)
  • May 16: AWS User Group – San Francisco, California
  • May 16-18: LOGIN 2011 – Bellevue, Washington (Meydenbauer Center)
  • May 16-18: SAP SAPPHIRE NOW – Orlando, California (Orange County Convention Center)
  • May 17: AWS 101 Technical Workshop – Sydney, Australia
  • May 17: AWS User Group – Portland, Oregon
  • May 17: Berlin Java User Group – Berlin, Germany
  • May 19: AWS 101 Business Seminar – Hong Kong
  • May 20: Security Conference – Hong Kong
  • May 20: Springboard Asia Cloud Frontiers Conference – Singapore
  • May 23: AngelBeat – San Francisco.
  • May 24: AWS 101 Business Seminar – Chennai, India
  • May 24: PAKKD 2011 – Shenzhen, China
  • May 25: AWS 101 Business Seminar – Bangalore, India
  • May 25-27: Citrix Synergy 2011 – San Francisco, California (Moscone Center)
  • May 26: Springboard Asia Cloud Frontiers Conference – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • May 27: AWS 101 Business Seminar – Hyderabad, India
  • May 31: Informas Cloud Computing Asia 2011
  • June 1: AWS User Group – Hamburg, Germany

Webinars:

  • May 4: Designing Fault-tolerant Applications
  • May 4: How To Deliver Cloud Infrastructure Redundancy
  • May 9: Best Practices for Architecting in the Cloud
  • May 10: Best Practices for Architecting in the Cloud
  • May 11: Best Practices for Architecting in the Cloud
  • May 16: Best Practices for Hosting Web Applications on AWS
  • May 17: Technology Association of Georgia
  • May 17: Best Practices for Hosting Web Applications on AWS
  • May 19: Introduction to Amazon Web Services
  • May 24: Predicting Costs on Amazon Web Services

— Jeff;

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Jeff Barr

Jeff Barr

Jeff Barr is Chief Evangelist for AWS. He started this blog in 2004 and has been writing posts just about non-stop ever since.