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Wednesday, 22 May 2019
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Agenda overview

Please note that the Agenda is subject to change

07:45 - 08:45 | Badge collection, Breakfast, Expo & Networking

  • 09:00 - 11:00 | Keynote

    In the opening keynote, you'll hear about the latest AWS features and how fellow customers like Tine, Mapillary and DNB have innovated using AWS.

    Keynote Speakers:

    Guido Bartels, Managing Director, AWS Nordics
    Ian Massingham, Director, AWS Developer Technology & Evangelism

11:00 - 11:15 | Break & Expo

  • 11:15 - 12:00 | Breakout Sessions

    • Building and deploying serverless powered web apps with AWS Amplify

      Since its release in 2015, GraphQL has risen in popularity as a compelling alternative to REST for developing APIs thanks to its network efficiency, client-driven design, and technical flexibility. But deploying a highly available and scaleable GraphQL server can be a challenge. In this session, we'll build a simple web app that interacts with a backend powered by a GraphQL API. We'll cover the basics of using React to render a web app that talks to AWS Services using AWS Amplify, and shows how to use AWS AppSync to host a secure and scaleable GraphQL endpoint with data backed by DynamoDB.

      Level: 400

      Speaker: Gabe Hollombe, Technical Evangelist, AWS

      Location: Keynote Hall 1

    • Analysing Data in Real-time

      We all want to analyze and visualize streaming data for real-time operational insights into our applications and infrastructure, and to make more informed decisions. But streaming analytics are hard at scale. Before you realize you can end up with a very sophisticated architecture with different moving parts you need to secure, monitor, and scale independently. In this session, you will learn how to work with real-time data, from ingestion to visualization and monitoring, at any scale, by leveraging the managed services provided by AWS.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Javier Ramirez, Technical Evangelist, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Ville Kurkinen, Lead Architect, F-Secure

      Location: Hall 7

    • Build intelligence applications using AI services

      Easily add intelligence to your applications using pre-trained AI services for computer vision, speech, translation, transcription, natural language processing, and conversational chatbots. No machine learning skills required.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Shafreen Sayyed, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Peter Gersmann, Project Lead,Aller Group

      Location: Hall 6

    • Modern Application Development in the Cloud

      When it comes to building our own services, our engineering groups have strong opinions, and they express them in the technologies they pick: Are microservices always the way to go? Should we choose serverless, containers, or serverless containers? Is relational over? Learn about our experience in building AWS services and working with customers on their cloud-native apps.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Tobias Borjeson, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Saman Hadiani, Head of Business & Innovation Solutions, PostNord

      Location: Hall 5

    • Migrating Business Critical Applications to AWS

      Companies depend on critical enterprise applications, like Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, and others to run their business. In this session, learn about the compute, storage, and networking services that AWS offers to help you build, run, and scale your business-critical applications more quickly, securely, and cost-efficiently. We also cover the AWS services and partners that are available to help you modernize and migrate your business-critical applications to the cloud.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Flynn Bundy, DevOps Consultant, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Erik Wernqvist, Program Architect, WirelessCar

      Location: Hall 4

    • Integrating Active Directory with AWS

      In this session we look into best practices and reference architectures for extending and integrating an existing Active Directory infrastructure with AWS. We show how customers can leverage the managed AWS Directory Services to benefit from built-in high availability, seamless domain join, centralized single sign-on and a single directory for all directory-aware AWS Enterprise IT applications and workloads.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: George Churchill, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Location: Hall 3

    • Implementing Cyber Security Strategies using AWS

      Chief Information Security Officers and cybersecurity practitioners are looking for effective cybersecurity strategies and methodologies that will help them achieve measurably better security for their organization. This session provides background context on a variety of strategies and how to leverage them using the AWS cloud platform.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Tim Rains, Principal BD, AWS

      Location: Hall 2

  • 11:15 - 12:45 & 13:00 - 14:30 | DeepRacer Workshop: Build your first AWS DeepRacer model

    Join the workshop which will guide and help you create your first reinforcement learning model to compete in DeepRacer League during the Summit. You can get hands-on with reinforcement learning and build a model, then compete by joining the Deep Racer league next to the workshop classroom. The winners and top points scorers across the race will qualify and advance to the AWS DeepRacer Championship Cup in Las Vegas in December.

    Speaker: Gustav Liden, Solutions Architect at AWS

12:00 - 13:00 | Lunch & Expo

  • 13:00 - 13:45 | Breakout Sessions

    • Build, Train, and Deploy Machine Learning Models at Any Scale

      Learn how to quickly build, train, and deploy machine learning models using Amazon SageMaker, an end to end machine learning platform. SageMaker simplifies machine learning with pre-built algorithms, support for popular deep learning frameworks such as PyTorch, Tensorflow, and Apache MXNet, as well as one-click model training and deployment.

      Level: 300

      Speaker:  Julien Simon, Technical Evangelist, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Gábor Stikkel, Senior Data Scientist, HID Global/Assa Abloy

      Location: Keynote Hall 1

    • How to choose the right database for your workload

      AWS offers the broadest range of purpose-built databases for specific application use cases. This block will provide an overview of AWS relational, key-value, in-memory, and graph databases to help customers choose the right database for the right job.

      Level: 200

      Speaker:  Jarkko Hirvonen, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Angela Timofte, Tech Lead, Trustpilot

      Location: Hall 7

    • AWS Networking: Advanced Concepts and new capabilities

      Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) enables you to have complete control over your AWS virtual networking environment. In this session, we will work though the process and features involved to build an advanced hybrid and connected architecture exploring the new capabilities including VPC Shared Subnets, AWS Transit Gateway, Route 53 Resolver and AWS Global Accelerator. We dive into how they work and how you might use them.

      Level: 400

      Speaker:  Steve Seymour, Specialized Solutions Architect, AWS

      Location: Hall 6

    • Building AR/VR applications on AWS

      Amazon Sumerian is a browser-based authoring tool you can use to easily create and publish augmented reality, virtual reality, and immersive applications and experiences. This service targets enterprise customers with a platform-agnostic tool that enables developers and designers to build once and deploy widely to any web-connective device, such as smartphones, VR headsets, digital signage, laptops, tablets, and smart TVs.

      Level: 300

      Speaker:  Monica Lora, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Mika Karaila, R&D Director, Valmet Oyj

      Location: Hall 5

    • Architecting security & governance across your AWS environment

      Many AWS customers use multiple accounts to meet their requirements for billing, infrastructure isolation, and separation of duties. In this session, we discuss the latest updates around establishing and building a multi-account security and governance strategy.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Karl Wallbom, Senior Cloud Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Tomas Riha, Platform Architect, Wireless Car

      Location: Hall 4

    • Best practices for running Windows workloads on AWS

      In this session we look into best practices for migrating and modernizing Microsoft workloads on AWS. We show how customers are leveraging AWS for Windows Server, SQL Server and .NET workloads. We will hear from Visma Enterprise and how they handle migration and modernization of Microsoft workloads on AWS.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Harjeet Kumar, Microsoft Platform Sales lead, AWS

      Customer Speaker:  Alexander Lystad, Chief Cloud Architect, Visma

      Location: Hall 3

    • Keeping your Startup DNA as you scale your business

      For a startup the main focus is always on the customer discovery & validation with less focus on the execute phase, that is, customer creation and company building. This talk focuses on company culture within Amazon and startups such as Airbnb, Supercell and etc. The audience will learn from concrete examples on how to define, build and keep the culture that helped these companies be successful in the first place. It doesn’t matter if you are a startup, SMB or an enterprise, everyone can take something away from this talk. You will learn how Airbnb organizes themselves and extend their culture to customers, partners and investors. You will learn about Amazon’s leadership principles and how it uses them to keep innovation a number one priority within the company – even though Amazon is not a startup it’s still Day 1 at the company.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Bijial Nagrashna, Startup Business Development Manager, AWS

      Customer Speaker:  Sandra Uddbäck, VP Data Acquisition, Mapillary | William Ekström, Head of Business Architecture, Enfuce Financial Services & co founder, Enfuce

      Location: Hall 2

  • 13:55 - 14:40 | Breakout Sessions

    • Running Kubernetes on AWS

      Kubernetes makes it easy to run production container applications at scale, run hybrid application architectures, and migrate entire applications to the cloud. Learn how you can take advantage of Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) to simplify running production applications with Kubernetes on AWS.

      Level: 400

      Speaker:  Paul Maddox, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Anton Janér, Founder & CTO, Abios Gaming

      Location: Keynote Hall 1

    • Build data-driven, high-performance, internet-scale applications with AWS database services

      In this session, we share database architecture strategies and best practices for building high-performance and internet-scale applications using Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Timestream, and Amazon ElastiCache. We discuss the various types of modern applications and tell you which AWS services are the best for each use case. For globally distributed applications that need to scale to petabytes of storage, we discuss the AWS database services and design patterns that are tailored for internet-scale applications. We also discuss how to analyze time-series data from modern applications. Finally, we cover speed-intensive application types that require real-time microsecond responsiveness, and we explain how to design your data models to meet these rigorous requirements. We will also look into how you can migrate relationa Databasel, non-relational Database and Data Warehouse workloads to the cloud using tools available from AWS.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Johan Broman, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Jakob Palmheden, Solution Architect, Scania Connected Services, Scania

      Location: Hall 7

    • Modern Data Platform on AWS

      Modern data is massive, quickly evolving, unstructured, and increasingly hard to catalog and understand from multiple consumers and applications. This session will guide you though the best practices for designing a robust data architecture, highlightning the benefits and typical challenges of data lakes and data warehouses.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Isabel Huerga Ayza, Technical Account Manager, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Johan Eliasson, Director, Data Analytics, HID Global/Assa Abloy

      Location: Hall 6

    • Building serverless applications with GraphQL

      How to build a serverless application with the least amount of code needed? In this talk, I will show you how to architect serverless applications with GraphQL, using AppSync. I will introduce you to the AppSync service and all its different components. AppSync is a managed service from AWS and is a GraphQL server. It has a lot of out of the box functionalities that are really helpful when building applications, like authorization or subscriptions, and it connects directly to services like DynamoDB so you don’t need to code that interface yourself.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Marcia Villalba, AWS Community Hero

      Location: Hall 5

    • A few milliseconds in the life of an HTTP Request on AWS edge network

      In Amazon CloudFront, a lot happens in just a few milliseconds. Join us for a dive deep into the infrastructure and architecture of the AWS edge services, including Amazon CloudFront, Lambda@Edge, AWS Shield, and AWS WAF. We break down the life of an HTTP request, and any request in general, and walk you through how each of the AWS edge services work together in just a few milliseconds to consistently deliver your application’s content with high availability, security, and performance. You will also hear from Acast how they leverage AWS Edge services to accelerate and protect various public endpoints, and specifically how they use Lambda@Edge to solve some real life problems!

      Level: 300

      Speaker:  Achraf Souk, Specialized Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Katie Rogers, Product Owner, Acast

      Location: Hall 4

    • Putting the CLOUD Act into Context

      The Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (CLOUD Act) continues to draw the attention of customers and partners around the world. But does it really change anything for customers outside the United States? This session will seek to put the CLOUD Act into context by examining government access to data issues.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Kim Herb, Senior Corporate Council & Cloud Act Lead, AWS | Tim Rains, Regional Leader, Security & Compliance Business Acceleration, AWS

      Location
      : Hall 3

    • We Power Tech: The longterm impact of inclusion in diverse teams

      The future of the workplace is an ever-present conversation and data tells us that diverse teams outperform their counterparts by 35%. Still, there’s work to be done. In this panel, we bring together four interesting industry leaders to share their perspective and shed light on what happens beyond recruiting the right talent. How do we create an inclusive workplace for a diverse workforce, how do we ensure that we are on the right path, and can a single leader make an impact?

      Level: 100

      Speaker: Andjela Kusmuk, Startup Business Development, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Elina Dettner, CTO, Skincity | Erik Ringertz,CEO, Netlight | Maria Rönnback Paulsson, CEO, Astrid Wild | Stephen Bryan CTO, Digitalroute

      Location: Hall 2

14:40 - 15:00 | Break & Expo

  • 15:00 - 15:45 | Breakout Sessions

    • Fargate: Deploy Containers, not Infrastructure

      Serverless computing enables you to build and run applications and services without thinking about servers. In this session, dive deep into AWS Fargate, a compute engine for Amazon ECS, which enables you to run serverless containers so you don't need to worry about managing servers or clusters. You also learn to automate your release pipelines for fast and reliable application and infrastructure updates through AWS CodePipeline.

      Level: 400

      Speaker:  Massimo Re Ferre, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Petri Rosenström, Head of Cloud,Sanoma Oyj

      Location: Keynote Hall 1

    • The anatomy of a serverless MVP

      Serverless is a perfect match for start-ups looking to ship a minimum viable product quickly and iterate to product-market fit as fast as possible. In this talk we dissect best practices for building serverless applications based on our experience working with many of our successful start-ups. Learn how to put just enough guardrails in place to move fast without derailing your start-up.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Anton Popovine, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Lezgin Bakircioglu, Head of Global IT, Daniel Wellington

      Location: Hall 7

    • Using AWS CI/CD tooling to migrate databases

      CI/CD pipelines are traditionally used for delivering applications. In this session, you will learn how to use CI/CD tooling such as AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodePipeline, AWS Codebuild and Flyway to automate database migrations processes.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Pierre Petersson, Professional Services Devops Consultant, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Mattis Kvarnström, Solutions Architect, Scania

      Location: Hall 6

    • AWS Security Best Practices

      Identity and access management helps customers protect their applications and resources. In this session, learn how AWS identity services are evolving to provide you with a secure, flexible, and easy solution for managing identities and access on the AWS Cloud. This session also provides an overview of the latest developments in AWS threat detection and remediation discussing advanced services like Amazon GuardDuty and AWS Security Hub.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Paul Ahlgren, Solutions Architect, AWS

      ManagementCustomer Speaker: Karim El-Melhaoui, Security Architect,Norges Bank Investment

      Location: Hall 5

    • Cost Optimisation Best Practices

      In this session you will learn the fundamentals of AWS cost optimization and how this can be used to help your organization drive costs down and still being able to meet capacity, demand and organizational requirements. Key topics being discussed are right sizing services, optimizing purchase models and implementing a culture of cost management. We cover how to effectively combine Amazon EC2 On-Demand, Reserved, and Spot Instances to handle different use cases; leveraging Auto Scaling to match capacity to workload; and choosing the optimal instance type through load testing.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Liga Viskinte, Sr. Technical Account Manager, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Anders Rahm-Nilzon, Director COE, Volvo

      Location: Hall 4

    • Cloud Governance and Provisioning Management using AWS Management Tools and Service Catalog

      As customers migrate to the cloud, IT needs to maintain structured compliance and governance while providing developers with the flexibility to manage cloud resources at scale. AWS provides a set of management tools that enables you to programmatically provision, monitor, and automate the components of your cloud environment. In this session, learn how you can use these tools to maintain consistent controls without restricting development velocity.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Dinah Barrett, Specialized Solutions Architect, AWS

      Location: Hall 3

    • Get more out of the cloud with Training and Certification

      Together with Scania, we demonstrate the best practice to enable teams and create a cloud education strategy that sustain with the hype, accelerate change and reap the business benefits. During the session, you will learn from industry leaders’ their tips, techniques, and tricks for accelerating your team's cloud transformation with cloud adoption framework that scales. And how within the framework a cloud education strategy can accelerate your digitalization journey. Come to learn key lessons from the field, and how to apply those lessons to your organization’s cloud transformation.

      Level: 200

      Speaker:   Amir Shalaby, Training & Certification BDM, AWS 

      Customer Speaker: Janne Pihlajamaa, Cloud Product Owner, Scania | David Ahlbeck, Cloud Engineer, Scania

      Location: Hall 2

  • 15:55 - 16:40 | Breakout Sessions

    • Deep-dive and best practices on serverless development lifecycle

      Serverless computing enables you to build and run applications and services without thinking about servers. With AWS Lambda, our event-driven serverless compute service, you just upload your code and pay only for the compute time you consume. In this session, dive deep into the serverless development lifecycle, and learn how to build, deploy and monitor highly-available serverless applications with the AWS Serverless Application Model, AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway, AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodePipeline and AWS X-Ray.

      Level: 400

      Speaker: Nicolas Moutschen, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Lars Jacobsson, Lead Developer, MatHem

      Location: Keynote Hall 1

    • How do you adapt your organization to utilize the speed available when working with the cloud

      You have a couple of workloads working in production on AWS and your number of AWS accounts is growing, yet you are still not sure that you are leveraging all the benefits you can get from the cloud. I’ve expected to see a dramatic difference, yet the gains are still transactional. Sounds familiar? Come to this talk to listen what are usual bottlenecks when it comes to accelerating cloud adoption and extracting all the benefits and how to work through them.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Anya Epishcheva, Pincipal Consultant, Professional Services, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Charlotte Kamp, VP of Obvioux (part of Ørsted) 

      Location: Hall 7

    • Creating Resiliency Through Destruction

      With the wide adoption of micro-services and large-scale distributed systems, architectures have grow increasingly complex and hard to understand. Worse, the software systems running them have become extremely difficult to debug and test, increasing the risk of outages. With these new challenges, new tools are required and since failures have become more and more chaotic in nature, we must turn to chaos engineering in order to reveal failures before they become outages. In this talk, I will first introduce chaos engineering and show the audience how to start practicing chaos engineering on the AWS cloud. I will walk through the tools and methods they can use to inject failures in their architecture in order to make them more resilient to failure.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Adrian Hornsby, Technical Evangelist, AWS

      Location: Hall 6

    • AWS and industrial IoT

      AWS IoT edge-based software and cloud-based services enable industrial companies across industries—such as mining, energy and utilities, manufacturing, commercial agriculture, and oil and gas—to predict production issues, improve product quality, and remotely monitor operations. In this session, learn how AWS IoT empowers industrial companies to reason on top of operational data and improve productivity and efficiency.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Massimilano Angelino, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Customer Speaker: Bastian Töpfer, Chief Architect, Scania

      Location: Hall 5

    • .NET on AWS

      In this session, .NET developers learn all about the broad support that AWS provides to develop, build, and deploy .NET applications on AWS.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Martin Beeby, Technical Evangelist, AWS

      Location: Hall 4

    • High Performance Computing on AWS

      High-performance computing (HPC) has always focused on solving the most complex problems in science and engineering, but for far too long, HPC applications and workloads have been limited by infrastructure capacity and capex constraints. In this session, we highlight how virtually unlimited capacity and scale, accessed instantly on the cloud, can create a shift in the way researchers and engineers approach innovation. We provide a quick overview of the services that make up the HPC on AWS solution, and we share customer success stories across multiple industries. We describe a broad vision of how the steadily increasing interest in running HPC workloads on the cloud, combined with the advances in AI/ML, catalyzes sustained innovation.

      Level: 300

      Speaker: Arthur Petitpierre, Solutions Architect, AWS

      Location: Hall 3

    • Improving citizen services with open data on the cloud

      In this session, you will hear how the Finish Meteorological Institute (FMI) is sharing weather model data on AWS, which is enabling new product development and research at lower cost. Attend this session to hear real examples of how the cloud puts data to work, including the story of nauticAi, a Finnish startup that uses machine learning and FMI's open weather data to predict and optimize ship navigation. This session highlights how democratizing access to information fosters innovation, improves service delivery, and engages citizens to address big societal challenges. When data is shared on AWS, anyone can analyze it without needing to download or store it themselves. This allows data users to spend more time on data analysis and product development.

      Level: 200

      Speaker: Jed Sundwall, Open Data Progam Manager, AWS

      Customer Speaker:  Roope Tervo, Lead Architect, Finnish Meteorological Institute | Capt. Henrik Ramm-Schmidt, CEO, nauticAi Ltd

      Location: Hall 2

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Session Level Guidelines

Introductory (200)

These sessions provide an overview of AWS services and features, and they assume that attendees are new to the topic. These sessions highlight basic use cases, features, functions, and benefits.

Advanced (300)

These sessions dive deeper into the topic. Presenters assume the audience has some familiarity with the topic but may or may not have direct experience implementing a similar solution. Code/demos may be shared, but it will not be the primary focus of the session.

Expert (400)

These sessions are for attendees who are deeply familiar with the topic, have implemented a solution on their own already, and are comfortable with how the technology works across multiple services, architectures, and implementations. Presenters will dive into code and/or demos, cover advanced tricks, and explore future developments in the technology.