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The keynote at the AWS Public Sector Summit in Mexico City features compelling stories and the latest news about AWS products and services, inspiring you to push boundaries and innovate in the cloud. Join AWS executives and customer guest speakers as we put the spotlight on technical innovation and explore what's possible in the cloud with AWS.

2020 AWS Public Sector Summit Mexico City: Keynote with Jeff Kratz
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-Liam Maxwell, Director of Government Transformation, AWS WWPS

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Technical Track

  • TECH202

    200 - Intermediate

    A Serverless Journey

    Serverless computing allows you to build and run applications and services without thinking about servers. Serverless applications don't require you to provision, scale, and manage any servers. However, under the hood, there is a sophisticated architecture that takes care of all the undifferentiated heavy lifting for the developer. Join Eduardo Patiño to learn how AWS architected one of the fastest-growing AWS services. In this session, we show you how AWS Lambda takes care of everything required to run and scale your code with high availability.
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  • TECH304

    300 - Advanced

    Running Containers on AWS

    Containers are gaining popularity at a very fast pace. Given the abundance of options, this specific angle of the IT industry may be intimidating for people that don’t have the bandwidth to keep up with the latest trends. We want to make AWS the best platform to run containers in any shape and form. Join this session to receive an overview (with some practical examples) on how you can run an application on the compute abstraction layers the platform provides with a specific focus on Amazon ECS, Amazon EKS, and AWS Fargate.
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  • TECH203

    200 - Intermediate

    Purpose-built Databases: Match Your Workload to the Right Database

    Learn how to evaluate a new workload for the best managed database option based on specific application needs related to data shape, data size at limit, computational requirements, programmability, throughput and latency needs, and more. This session explains the ideal use cases for open source relational and non-relational database services including Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon ElastiCache for Redis, Amazon Neptune, and Amazon Redshift.
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  • TECH205

    200 - Intermediate

    Simplifying Microsoft Architectures with AWS Service

    In this session, learn how to architect Microsoft solutions on AWS for both high availability and scalability. Discover how Microsoft solutions can leverage AWS services to achieve more resiliency, replace unnecessary complexity, and provide scalability. We explore hybrid architecture scenarios and common architecture patterns for Microsoft Active Directory and productivity solutions, such as Dynamics AX, CRM, and SharePoint. We also cover common design patterns for .NET applications, including approaches to CI/CD, DevOps, and containerizing .NET applications.
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  • TECH301

    300 - Advanced

    Deep Dive into Machine Learning for Builders

    Amazon AI services bring natural language understanding (NLU), automatic speech recognition (ASR), visual search and image recognition, text-to-speech (TTS), and machine learning (ML) technologies within the reach of every developer. Learn how you can easily add these powerful features to your applications to enhance the way they interact with the real world.
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Management Track

  • MGMT101

    100 - Foundational

    Get Started Today with Cloud-ready Contracts

    Cloud procurement presents an opportunity to reevaluate existing procurement strategies so you can create a flexible acquisition process that enables your public sector organization to extract the full benefits of the cloud. Thousands of public sector customers use AWS to quickly launch services using an efficient cloud-centric procurement process. In this session, we provide an overview of cloud-ready contracts and policies to help you make the right choice for your mission needs.
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  • MGMT103

    100 - Foundational

    Creating your Tech Talent Pipeline

    Creating the next generation of technology workers in the cloud is an international priority. With an upcoming medium-to-high skills job gap of 85 million people by 2020 (McKinsey) and artificial intelligence fields creating 2.3 million jobs by 2020 (IDC), the need to prepare our next generation of leaders and technologists to address this gap is clear. Discover initiatives that are developing the next generation of cloud talent.
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  • MGMT104

    100 - Foundational

    Managing Security on AWS

    At AWS, earning customers’ trust is our top priority. AWS provides a wide range of services and best practices to help customers meet the most stringent compliance requirements. Dive deep with AWS into data protection best practices and identify the tools that will enable you to successfully transform the way you handle and protect your data.
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  • MGMT105

    100 - Foundational

    How Amazon Innovates: Best Practices for your Organization

    Customers often ask us how they can innovate 'like Amazon.' From its humble beginnings as a startup in a garage, Amazon has not only innovated across e-commerce but also introduced new, diverse businesses beyond e-commerce. This talk will discuss how Amazon approaches innovation with its mechanisms, architecture, culture, and organization, with an emphasis on how some of these factors can help other organizations.
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Spotlight Track

  • SPOT102

    100 - Foundational

    How IoT Enables Smart Cities & Infrastructure

    With sensor technology, the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning capabilities, smart cities are coming online. Cities can use technology to quickly and effectively identify areas needing government attention. Sensors can measure things from noise pollution to the fullness of public trashcans. Learn how these technologies are tackling some of our cities’ biggest challenges and improving citizen services.
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  • SPOT204

    200 - Intermediate

    Building Data Lakes & Analytics on AWS + Open Data

    In this session, you'll learn how to understand what data you have, drive insights, and make predictions using purpose-built AWS services. Learn about the common pitfalls of building data lakes and discover how to successfully drive analytics and insights from your data. Also learn how services such as Amazon S3, AWS Glue, Amazon Redshift, Amazon Athena, Amazon EMR, Amazon Kinesis, and Amazon Machine Learning (Amazon ML) services work together to build a successful data lake for various roles, including data scientists and business users.
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  • SPOT103

    100 - Foundational

    Enabling Resilience Through the Cloud: AWS Disaster Response

    The AWS Disaster Response Program, launched in August 2018, is focused on helping public sector organizations leverage AWS technology before, during, and after disasters. In this session, discover how AWS services like Snowball Edge enable secure access to critical workloads and datasets in limited or disconnected environments to improve our customers' response capabilities. Hear about recent experiences and use cases deploying to disasters with organizations like Help.NGO. Come and learn from AWS employees’ experience deploying to disasters and how those lessons are helping to solve our customers' biggest challenges.
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  • SPOT105

    100 - Foundational

    Utilizing Open Source on AWS

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) is part of the open source community: we've been contributing to hundreds of projects for over a decade. We continue to widen our open source collaboration, increasing code contributions and helping to sustain the overall health of open source. We are committed to working with, supporting, and contributing to new and existing open source projects that provide value to our customers and partners. Learn more about our open source efforts at Amazon.
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  • SPOT201

    200 - Intermediate

    Hybrid Cloud Architectures with VMware and AWS

    There are more options than ever to choose from to build hybrid cloud architectures and applications. Learn how AWS integrations with services like VMware Cloud on AWS can help you take a lower-risk, iterative approach to executing on your existing applications and data. Join this session to learn best practices for migrating and augmenting your VMware-based workloads with native AWS services such as Amazon S3, Amazon RDS, Elastic Load Balancing, and more.
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