AWS Summit Online

FAQs

Q: Where is AWS Summit Online hosted?
AWS Summit Online is an online conference. After completing the online registration process, you will receive a confirmation email containing the login link that you will need in order to access the platform.

Q: Who should attend AWS Summit Online?
Whether you are new to the cloud or an experienced user, you can learn something new at AWS Summit Online. AWS Summit Online is designed to help you develop the right skills to design, deploy, and operate infrastructure and applications.

Q: What is the price to attend AWS Summit Online?
AWS Summit Online is a free online conference.

Q: Can I get a confirmation of my AWS Summit Online registration?
After completing the online registration process, you will receive a confirmation email.

Q: How do I get the certificate of attendance?
If you watch five complete sessions during the live conference, we will send a certificate of attendance one week after the conference has ended, to the email you used when registering for the conference.

Q: Are there any Korean language sessions?
We have sessions in Korean.

Q: What is an AWS DeepRacer League Summit Online race?
Attendees of AWS Summit Online events may participate in the event’s AWS DeepRacer Summit Online race, subject to certain terms and conditions. Summit Online races will be conducted in the AWS DeepRacer console on a virtual reproduction of the official AWS DeepRacer League Summit track shape – the 2019 AWS DeepRacer Championship Cup track. Eligible AWS Summit Online attendees may participate in an AWS DeepRacer League Summit Online race throughout the month-long racing period by submitting a model here.

Q: What kind of race format is the Summit Online race?

Participants of the AWS DeepRacer League Summit Online Race may participate in both Time Trial and Head-to-Head racing formats. There is no limit to how many times a participant may enter, and participants may compete in both racing formats in each race. There is no Object Avoidance racing format in the Summit Online race.

Q: Is the Summit Online race different than Virtual Circuit races?
“Summit Online” races will be governed by the rules and conditions of “Virtual Circuit” races as posted in the official rules, with the following exceptions:

(1) Summit Online head-to-head racing format will follow Virtual Circuit head-to-head qualification race rules, with participants submitting models to navigate the track while avoiding a specified number of moving bot cars. The winners of the race will be determined by the fastest continuous time submitted to the leaderboard at the close of the race. There is no elimination bracket or Head-to-Head tournament at the end of the month for Summit Online races. The winners of the Head-to-Head and Time Trial Summit Online Races are determined by the leaderboard times at the end of the applicable period for the Summit Online Event Race, as outlined at www.awsdeepracerleague.com.

(2) A varying number of first prizes and second prizes will be awarded per each Summit Race. Prizing per Summit Online race will be allocated by the number of physical Summits replaced by a Summit Online. For example, the May Summit Online races will have 8 first prizes in Time Trial; 8 first prizes in Head-to-Head; 40 second prizes in Time Trial; and 40 second prizes in Head-to-Head. Available prizes for a Summit Online race are listed on each AWS DeepRacer League Summit Online race page.

Q: How can I contact the online conference organizers?
If you have questions that have not been answered in the FAQs above, please email us.

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