AWS Summit Berlin Agenda and Session Guides

AWS Summit Berlin | 4 May 2023

What to expect

To help you get the most out of your AWS Summit experience, we have curated our content to cover a range of topics and technical depth. Topics you can learn about include AI and machine learning, architecture, cloud operations, data and analytics, DevOps and developer productivity, migration, networking and global infrastructure, security, serverless, and more.

Schedule

From 08:00 | Registration opens
09:00 - 10:00 | Morning Breakout Sessions
10:00 - 11:00 | Keynote
11:15 - 18:00 | Breakout Sessions & Activities
17:00 - 18:30 | Networking Reception

Session Catalog

Browse, filter or search through the session catalog below to build your own agenda.
Agenda is subject to change.

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Workshops

Join our hands-on workshops for deep dives into selected AWS Services. To participate in the workshops you need to register for the AWS Summit Berlin and the workshop separately. Click on the workshop title below to learn more and register. Seats are limited to 50 attendees per workshop.

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Level guide

Level 100: Foundational

Sessions are designed to give an overview or introduction to AWS services. These sessions focus on features, functions, and benefits, with content that highlights basic use cases and showcases how a service or feature can be used in your applications and how it can be integrated with other services.

Level 200: Intermediate

Sessions assume a general knowledge of the topic and provide a technical deeper dive into a service or use case. This content typically includes architecture, integration, and configuration of common use cases. Level 200 content provides tips and tricks, best practices, or high-level troubleshooting guidance.

Level 300: Advanced

Sessions assume proficiency of the topic and typically cover in-depth architecture, development, deployment and migration examples. Level 300 content drills into how a service can be used and dives deep into customer use cases. Level 300 content covers complex design, development, and deployment best practices that address the needs of experienced AWS users.

Level 400: Expert

Sessions are for advanced or expert AWS customers. These sessions are geared toward super-skilled users who want to learn the deep inner workings of AWS services. Level 400 content demonstrates complex design, development, and deployment strategies and offers Q&A for the audience to dive deep into the topic.

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