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Category: AWS re:Invent

AWS re:Invent 2015 Registration Is Now Open

Registration is now open for the fourth annual AWS re:Invent conference—the largest gathering of the global cloud computing community. Join us for more than 250 technical sessions, hands-on bootcamps, certification exams, self-paced labs, hackathons, and exciting after-hours events. Date: October 6–9, 2015 Location: The Venetian, Las Vegas Full conference pass: $1,299 Register now: Top […]

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2014 re:Invent Roundup

In early November, AWS hosted our annual conference, re:Invent 2014, in Las Vegas. This year the security track offered 23 sessions covering topics ranging from AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) best practices to the newly launched AWS Key Management Service (KMS). For those of you who attended, we hope the sessions provided you with […]

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Upcoming Security Sessions at re:Invent 2014

AWS re:Invent is only one month away! Several members of the AWS Security and AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) teams will be presenting on security topics and answering your questions in the AWS Security Booth. We have 21 sessions covering security this year. In this blog post, I want to highlight six essential sessions […]

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Recap of re:Invent 2013 Sessions

Amazon Web Services (AWS) held its second annual users conference, re:Invent 2013,  in Las Vegas on November 13th-15th.  Security was again one of the top tracks of the program, with 22 sessions covering every area in cloud security.  Re:Invent 2013 was a great success. Here are links to the videos and presentations all the security related […]

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Security Sessions at re:Invent 2013

AWS re:Invent 2013, AWS’s second annual conference for developers and technical leaders, is less than a month away.  We have some great sessions and activities lined up to ensure that content quality is high and that your questions are answered. Update (20 May 2014): For links to the session videos and slide presentations from AWS […]

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