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AWS Week in Review – March 9, 2015

take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week:

Monday, March 9
Tuesday, March 10
Wednesday, March 11
Thursday, March 12
Friday, March 13
Saturday, March 14

Upcoming Events

  • Tuesday, March 17 – Webinar – AWS Add-Ins and Management Packs for Microsoft System Center.
  • Thursday, March 19 – Webinar – Building .NET Web Applications on  AWS.
  • Thursday, March 19 – Webinar – Understanding the AWS Security Model.
  • Tuesday, March 24  – Webinar – Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 on AWS.
  • Wednesday, March 25 – Webinar – Amazon RDS for SQL Server.
  • Thursday, March 26  – Webinar – Migrating Windows Server 2003 applications to Windows Server 2008/2012 on AWS with APN Partner AppZero.
  • Thursday, March 26 – Webinar – – Saving at Scale: How Adobe Manages a Massive Reserved Instance Portfolio – with APN Partner Cloudability and customer Adobe.
  • Monday, March 30 – Webinar – Getting to 1.5M Ads/Sec: How DataXu Manages Big Data – with APN Partner Qubole and customer DataXu.
  • Tuesday, March 31 – Webinar – Cloud E-Discovery: Solving the Right Problems with a Modern Approach – with APN Partner Zapproved and customer Raytheon Technologies.
  • Thursday, April 2 – Webinar – Strategies for Securing Hybrid Workloads with Level 3 and Cisco.
  • Wed, April 8 @ 10 am PT – Webinar – Refining Raw Data for Complete Customer Insight with Amazon Redshift and Pentaho – with APN Partner Pentaho and customer Lucky Group
  • AWS Summits.
  • April 12-16 – Live Event (Chicago, Illinois) – AWS at HIMSS15.
  • April 13-16 – Live Event (Las Vegas, Nevada) – AWS at NAB 2015.
  • April 21-23 – Live Event (Boston, Massachusetts) – AWS at Bio-IT World 2015.

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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.