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AWS Webinars for November 2015 – Learn About New Services and Best Practices

As we did last month, we are running a series of webinars designed to bring you up to speed on the latest AWS services & features, and to make sure that you are aware of the best ways to put them to use.

The webinars are free but “seating” is limited and you should definitely sign up ahead of time if you want to attend (all times are Pacific):

Tuesday, November 17
AWS Device Farm allows you to test your mobile apps on real devices in an automated fashion.

Amazon QuickSight is a fast, cloud-powered business intelligence tool. You can build visualizations, perform ad-hoc analysis, and get business insights from your data.

CloudWatch Dashboards lets you to build customized metrics dashboards that display Amazon CloudWatch metrics from one or more AWS regions.

Wednesday, November 18
The Amazon ECS CLI gives you command-line access to Amazon EC2 Container Service. You can create clusters, list container instances, create and manage tasks, and more.

AWS Config Rules give you the ability to create compliance-checking rules that look for desirable or undesirable configurations of AWS resources.

Amazon S3’s Standard – Infrequent Access storage class is an economical way to store data that is rarely accessed.

Thursday, November 19
Over the past couple of years we have identified and refined a set of best practices for designing and building big data application that run on AWS.

Amazon Aurora is a fast and highly scalable relational database designed to be compatible with MySQL.

Amazon Redshift lets you build cost-effective data warehouses that can store well over a petabyte of data. Amazon Machine Learning helps you to perform predictive analytics on your data.




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.