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Upcoming Webinars

by Jeff Barr | on | in Amazon EC2, Amazon SDB | | Comments

There are a number of webinars scheduled over the next several weeks, and the purpose of this post is to make certain everyone is aware of the various options and opportunities:

  • Thursday, April 16 at 9:00am PST
    Cloud for Large Enterprise — Where to Start
    Hear Capgemini put AWS and cloud computing in context for large enterprises during this live webinar now taking place on April 16. You’ll learn key steps for creating a cloud strategy that works with your business and discover ways that cloud computing can lower costs while accelerating development. Speakers will include Amazon Web Service’s Terry Wise, who is a Director of Business Devleopment, Simon Plant, who is a Chief Enterprise Architect at Capgemini, and Andrew Gough, also with Capgemini. Register here. (Business level discussion)
     
  • Tuesday, April 21 at 9:00am PST
    ERP in the Cloud
    The AWS community includes a number of innovative ISVs. Compiere is one great example of the innovation, and has released ERP software running on Amazon Web Services. This one-hour non-technical session will include Compieres CEO Don Klaiss, a Compiere customer, and a few comments by me. Register here. (Business level discussion with a bit of light technical content)
     
  • Wednesday, April 22 at 9:00am PST
    Amazon SimpleDB Brown Bag As previously blogged, the development team will host this webinar. Several topics will be included; and I am excited that I will be able to present a proxy class that allows Visual Studio developers to integrate Amazon SimpleDB into Visual Studio 2008. Registration details are in the blog post, or here. (Developer-focused technical content)
     
  • Thursday, April 23 at 9:00am PST
    Introduction to Amazon Web Services for IT Professionals
    Attend this April 23 webinar for a live demonstration of how to get started using Amazon Web Services. AWS technical evangelist Mike Culver will present an IT-oriented overview of all AWS products, including an in-depth discussion on using Amazon S3 for cloud storage and Amazon EC2 for cloud computing. Register here.(Both business and technical content, erring on the side of “technical”)
     

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