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AWS Online Tech Talks are live, online presentations that cover a broad range of topics at varying technical levels. These tech talks, led by AWS solutions architects and engineers, feature technical deep dives, live demonstrations, customer examples, and Q&A with AWS experts.

Check out our upcoming schedule below. We refresh it regularly, so come back to see what we're talking about.

Level 200 | Thought Leadership

Learn how AWS scale and performance can deliver faster time to insights for your HPC environments.

Speaker(s): Francesco Ruffino, Sr. Solutions Architect, HPC, AWS 

August 28, 2018

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PT

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Don't let your innovation get buried in a queue! In this tech talk, you will learn about leveraging the AWS cloud for your HPC workloads. Discover the benefits of the AWS cloud and get a better understanding of the right AWS components (including compute, storage, networking, automation and management) to help you optimize performance and cost for your HPC workloads. With AWS you have access to virtually unlimited infrastructure that allows you to scale, on-demand, very quickly and you will only pay for what you use. Additionally, see how the AWS global infrastructure footprint can help you increase collaboration with access to clusters around the world. We will also showcase examples of customer successes with HPC on AWS. Ultimately, it's all about faster time to results and insights, and a better return on investment.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how AWS can deliver faster time to insights
  • Learn which AWS EC2 instances is the right choice for your HPC workloads
  • Learn about HPC Customer successes on AWS

Who Should Attend:

  • IT Decisions Makers, Principle Investigators, IT Admins, Data Scientist, and Data Engineers

Level 300 | Use Case How To

Learn how to use AWS X-Ray to debug and monitor Kubernetes applications.

Speaker(s): Arun Gupta, Principal Open Source Technologist, AWS

August 22, 2018

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM PT

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Kubernetes offers a powerful abstraction layer for managing containerized infrastructure. Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) makes it easy to run Kubernetes on AWS. In this session, we cover how AWS X-Ray makes application tracing and monitoring simple for services built on Kubernetes cluster. We will show you three best practices AWS X-Ray can do for distributed applications using microservices architecture.

Learning Objectives:

  • Trace and debug Kubernetes applications
  • Discover three best practices in finding problems in Kubernetes applications
  • Monitor Kubernetes cluster

Who Should Attend:

  • Developers, Operations Managers

Level 200 | Service Intro

Learn how to optimize PostgreSQL databases for high availability, performance, and disaster resilience using Amazon RDS.

Speaker(s): Jim Mlodgenski, Principal Database Engineer, AWS

August 20, 2018

11:00 PM - 1:45 PM PT

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It's increasingly popular to run PostgreSQL in the cloud - but how can you ensure high availability, performance, and disaster resilience for production PostgreSQL databases without spending weeks configuring a highly optimized DB cluster? See how to quickly build a well-architected PostgreSQL database infrastructure for your critical applications using Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) and AWS Global Infrastructure. In this session, you’ll learn how to automate failover and synchronous replication with RDS Multi-AZ, enable point-in-time recovery using backups and snapshots, replicate DB instances across AWS regions as part of your disaster recovery strategy, and more.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to optimize your PostgreSQL databases for high availability, performance, and disaster resilience using RDS
  • Learn how to implement a well-designed and tested DR strategy using RDS PostgreSQL Multi-AZ, Read Replicas, and more
  • Learn how to utilize AWS Global Infrastructure benefits to build a well-architected PostgreSQL database framework

Who Should Attend:

  • Developers, DBAs, Technical Decision Makers, PostgreSQL and other RDBMS users

Level 200 | Service How To

Learn how to build database applications faster with Amazon Aurora.

Speaker(s): Vlad Vlasceanu, Principal Database Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS

August 21, 2018

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM PT

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The cloud provides several opportunities to accelerate development and testing and build faster, more scalable database applications. In this session, you’ll learn about several productivity-enhancing capabilities of Amazon Aurora, a MySQL- and PostgreSQL-compatible relational database. We’ll demo Aurora Serverless, which scales your database automatically to match demand; Fast Database Cloning, which makes data instantly available for application development; Backtrack, which lets you roll back your tests; and Performance Insights, which helps optimize your SQL queries.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how the cloud accelerates development, testing and deployment of database applications
  • Learn how to make data instantly available for developers and QA with Aurora
  • Learn how to optimize your SQL queries with Aurora

Who Should Attend:

  • Software Developers, Database Administrators, Data Analysts, Technical Decision Makers, IT Managers

Level 200 | AWS Office Hours

Join us for our first-ever office hours style tech talk, where you have the opportunity to ask our experts anything about Amazon Aurora - from how it’s different than other cloud databases, to the unique ways our customers are leveraging it.

Speaker(s): Sirish Chandrasekaran, Principal Product Manager, AWS; Kevin Jernigan, Principal Product Manager, AWS

August 30, 2018

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PT

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Up to five times faster than standard MySQL databases and three times faster than standard PostgreSQL databases, Amazon Aurora provides the security, availability, and reliability of commercial-grade databases at 1/10th the cost. Fully managed and explicitly built for the cloud, the Aurora database is fully compatible with existing MySQL and PostgreSQL open source databases.

Join us for our first-ever office hours style tech talk, where you have the opportunity to ask our experts anything about Amazon Aurora - from how it’s different than other cloud databases, to the unique ways our customers are leveraging it.

Sample Questions:

  • Why is Amazon Aurora different than other cloud databases?
  • How does Aurora scale and what are the limits?
  • What is Aurora Serverless? – and what are the use cases?

Who Should Attend:

  • Developers, DBAs and IT Architects and Senior IT Decision Makers

Level 300 | Service Deep Dive

Learn how to analyze all your data - across your data warehouse and data lake - with Amazon Redshift.

Speaker(s): Tony Gibbs, Data Warehouse Specialist Solution Architect, AWS

August 22, 2018

11:00 PM - 2:00 PM PT

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Legacy data warehouses lead to dark data – data that is not analyzed because it is too large or is not in a format that the data warehouse can query. In this session, you will learn about Amazon Redshift, a modern data warehouse that makes it simple and cost-effective to analyze all your data across your data warehouse and data lake. We take an in-depth look at petabyte-scale analytics with Redshift, and how Redshift extends queries to exabytes of data in Amazon S3, without the need or delay to transform and load your data.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn tips and techniques to maximize performance of Amazon Redshift
  • Learn how to extend queries to your data lake, without unnecessary data movement
  • See how a single service analyzes data across your data warehouse and data lake

Who Should Attend:

  • Data Warehouse Architects, Data Warehouse Administrators, Database Administrators, Data Architects, Data Modelers, Data Engineers, Data Scientists

Level 300 | Service Deep Dive

Dive deep on Amazon Athena and learn how to query S3 without servers to manage.

Speaker(s): Roy Hasson, Sr. Business Development Manager, AWS

August 23, 2018

9:00 AM - 9:45 AM PT

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Amazon Athena is an interactive query service that enables you to process data directly from Amazon S3 without the need for infrastructure. Since its launch at re:invent 2016, several organizations have adopted Athena as the central tool to process all their data. In this talk, we dive deep into the most common use cases, including working with other AWS services. We review the best practices for creating tables and partitions and performance optimizations. We also dive into how Athena handles security, authorization, and authentication.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the common use-cases for using Athena, AWS' interactive query service on S3
  • Learn best practices for creating tables and partitions and performance optimizations
  • Learn how Athena handles security, authorization, and authentication

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone with data in S3 like log files generated by AWS services (CloudFront, ELB, VPC Flow, etc), who have built a S3 "data lake", who want to do big data analytics

Level 200 | Thought Leadership

Learn about Amazon's CI/CD practices and how to leverage the AWS Developer Tools for similar workflows.

Speaker(s): Curtis Rissi, Solutions Architect, AWS

August 22, 2018

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PT

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At Amazon, continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) techniques enable collaboration, increase agility, and deliver a high-quality product faster. In this talk, we walk you through the practices we use for both the CI and the CD of software delivery. For CI, we showcase how we incorporate pull requests to increase team collaboration. We also demonstrate how to optimize CI workflows for speed with caching, code analysis, and integration testing. For CD, we share example safety mechanisms, including canary testing, rollbacks, and availability zone redundancy. We use the AWS developer tools that were designed based on the internal Amazon tooling: AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeDeploy, and AWS X-Ray. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about Amazon's continuous integration practices
  • Learn about Amazon's continuous development practices
  • Understand how AWS's CI/CD tooling can be leveraged to implement Amazon's practices

Who Should Attend:

  • Developers, Managers, and anyone interested in learning how Amazon practices CI/CD

Level 200 | Service Intro

Discover how Amazon Alexa can act as an intelligent assistant and help you be more productive at work.

Speaker(s): Lakshmi Inbamuthiah, Partner Solutions Architect, Alexa for Business; Sam Eniojukan, Partner Solutions Architect, Alexa for Business

August 28, 2018

9:00 AM - 9:45 AM PT

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Today, people spend too much of their day on tedious tasks at work, like managing their calendars, dialing in to meetings, or searching for information. But Amazon Alexa can help solve this problem by acting as an intelligent assistant at work. Alexa lets people use their voice to interact with technology so they can spontaneously ask questions in a way that feels natural. In this tech talk, learn how Alexa for Business can help people take care of these tasks, just by asking.

Learning Objectives:

  • Get an overview of Alexa for Business
  • Learn how to automate conferencing with Alexa for Business
  • Learn how to build and deploy private skills for enterprise using Alexa for Business

Who Should Attend:

  • Technical Leaders, Software Developers, Engineers, Product Owners, Business Managers

Level 300 | Solutions Best Practices

Learn best practices on how to migrate Microsoft workloads to AWS like an expert.

Speaker(s): Danny Jenkins, Solutions Architect, AWS

August 29, 2018

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM PT

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Organizations around the world are driving growth through innovation powered by Windows-based solutions in the leading cloud platform. This session will illustrate mechanisms to migrate to AWS, ensuring your migration strategy encompasses a strong, security-focused foundation with a focus on removing undifferentiated heavy lifting. This includes business productivity systems, Microsoft SQL Server, and a number of .NET applications that require seamless migration with minimal downtime. We will walk through creating a landing zone and fully automated compliance controls for embarking on your migration journey, and explore hybrid scenarios and other best practices to help migrate business-critical Microsoft workloads to AWS.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore how Unicornshop.lol core migrated their infrastructure to AWS
  • Learn about common scenarios for legacy and custom .NET, .NET Core with Microsoft SQL, and Windows Server deployments and migrations
  • Gain insights on simplifying your IT infrastructure and managing your Microsoft workloads in a familiar environment

Who Should Attend:

  • Technical Decision Makers, IT Pros, Developers

Level 200 | Solutions Best Practices

Learn how AWS IoT is used in industrial applications to predict equipment performance.

Speaker(s): Craig Lawton, Solutions Architect, Public Sector, AWS

August 27, 2018

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM PT

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Predictive maintenance holds great promise to improve industrial operations across many industries including mining, manufacturing, oil and gas, and commercial agriculture. Industrial companies want to reap the benefits of IoT applications, but there is lots to learn to get started. Managing connectivity, integrating with operational technologies, and keeping data and devices secure are significant challenges,especially when the business has strict SLAs for uptime and yield. Join us for a deep dive into how AWS IoT can help you capture the state of industrial equipment so you can identify potential breakdowns before they impact production. You will learn how to create predictive maintenance models and deploy them into your industrial environments. We will explore a reference architecture and IoT sevices such as AWS IoT Analytics, AWS Greengrass and AWS IoT Core.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the AWS reference architecture for IoT predictive maintenance
  • Learn how AWS IoT Analytics helps you create predictive maintenance models
  • Become familiar with how each AWS IoT services works together for industrial applications

Who Should Attend:

  • Cloud Developers, IoT Enterprise Developers, Software Developers

Level 300 | Service Deep Dive

Accelerate your ML solutions to production using TensorFlow on Amazon SageMaker.

Speaker(s): Ahmad Khan, Solutions Architect, AWS

August 20, 2018

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PT

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TensorFlow is one of the leading Machine Learning (ML) frameworks that has a broad support in the industry and has become a popular choice for deep learning research and application development. Getting started with TensorFlow based ML models is quick and easy on AWS, with a complete experience using Amazon SageMaker, a platform to build, train and deploy machine learning models at scale. In this session, you’ll learn how to build, train, and host ML models using TensorFlow, on Amazon SageMaker. Whether you are just getting your feet wet with ML or you have a deep understanding of ML, this session will provide a meaningful insight into the powerful combination of TensorFlow and Amazon SageMaker to accelerate your machine learning solutions to production.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the intricacies of the powerful combination of TensorFlow and Amazon SageMaker
  • Gain insights into how Amazon SageMaker enables the use of TensorFlow
  • Learn how to train and host a TensorFlow based ML model in Amazon SageMaker with relevant examples

Who Should Attend:

  • Data Scientists, Machine Learning practitioners, Deep Learning practitioners, Data Science students, Managers/Executives interested in deploying deep learning environments, and anyone in a related field willing to learn more about TensorFlow and Amazon SageMaker

Level 200 | Use Case How To

Learn how organizations can benefit from intelligent automation through AI Language Services.

Speaker(s): Niranjan Hira, Solutions Architect, AWS; Patrick Tedjamulia, Co-founder & CEO, VideoPeel; Ben Cobb, CTO, VideoPeel

August 21, 2018

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PT

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Advancements in AI and machine learning now make it possible and affordable to sift through and find meaning in vast amounts of unstructured data obtained from video and audio files, emails, logs, social media posts and even notifications from Internet of Things (IoT) devices. All of this data can bring about enormous benefits, such as when used to automate tasks that are manual, costly, and time-consuming. AWS brings natural language processing (NLP), automatic speech recognition (ASR), text-to-speech (TTS), and neural machine translation (NMT) technologies within reach of every developer. Organizations can benefit from intelligent automation through AI technology, either to replace or augment existing workflows. In this session, you’ll learn how to use AI Language Services to streamline and help scale business processes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Get an introduction to AI Language Services from AWS
  • Identify areas that can benefit from intelligent automation through AI technology
  • Learn how to streamline existing business processes by automating tasks that are manual, costly and time-consuming

Who Should Attend:

  • Technical Decision Makers, IT & Software Developers

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Level 200 | Service How To

Learn how to build full stack serverless web applications with JavaScript & AWS.

Speaker(s): Nader Dabit, Developer Advocate, AWS Mobile Applications; Michael Labieniec, Software Development Manager, AWS Mobile Applications

August 29, 2018

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM PT

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Building a modern production-ready web application entails many basic yet sophisticated requirements including but not limited to authentication, analytics, an API layer, storage, caching, & offline functionality. In this talk, we’ll look at how to use AWS to quickly scaffold new cloud services like user-signin, a GraphQL API, Lambda functions, analytics, & even a chatbot directly from their command line. We'll then introduce AWS Amplify, an SDK that allows developers to easily connect to cloud enabled services to their web or mobile application & begin using these services from within their client application.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to create new cloud services from the command line
  • Understand the AWS Amplify SDK, how it is configured, & the available APIs
  • Be able to take this knowledge and begin building cloud-enabled applications on your own

Who Should Attend:

  • Front end developers looking to extend their skillset using their existing knowledge

Level 200 | Solutions Best Practices

Learn how to integrate firewalls and egress security as a foundational component of a global transit architecture.

Speaker(s): Nick Matthews, Solutions Architect, AWS

August 9, 2018

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PT

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Many organizations are dealing with a growing number of VPCs which poses new challenges and complexity for network connectivity, security and operational management. Aviatrix for AWS is a software-defined networking solution that enables anyone to rapidly automate and secure connectivity between spoke virtual private clouds (VPCs) and their on-premises resources.

Register for our webinar to learn why Epsilon leveraged Aviatrix to switch from a vRouter-based global transit to a next-generation transit hub, streamlining resource provisioning and security implementation in their hybrid network. We’ll also discuss best practices for scaling and securing connectivity for your Amazon VPCs, while achieving compliance and reducing costs.

Learning Objectives:

  • The power of automation for creating a dynamic and agile global transit architecture, and connecting your VPCs with Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) VPNs
  • How to integrate firewalls and egress security as a foundational component of a global transit architecture
  • Methods for reducing human error and simplifying network provisioning
  • Operational considerations and best practices to ensure successful handoff to Ops teams
  • How a software-defined approach allows you to retire legacy practices such as Command-Line Interface (CLI) and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)

Who Should Attend:

  • Cloud architects, cloud engineers, cloud infrastructure managers, DevOps, and networking staff

Level 100 | How To re:Invent

Join Jill and Annie to learn about this year’s inclusion and diversity activities at re:Invent.

Speaker(s): Annie Hancock, Head of Creative & Customer Experiences, AWS; Jill Fagan, Lead, AWS re:Invent Content; Abby Fuller, Senior Technical Evangelist, AWS; Sacha Thompson, Inclusion Manager, AWS

August 23, 2018:

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM PT

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Amazon has always been committed to tolerance and inclusion. And at AWS, we believe the future of tech is every color, gender, belief, origin, and community. Join Jill and Annie as they chat with special guests Abby Fuller (Senior Technical Evangelist) and Sacha Thompson (Inclusion Manager at AWS) to learn about all of the inclusion and diversity activities taking place at re:Invent this year. There is no shortage of opportunities at AWS re:Invent to get connected with other customers, partners and employees and celebrate the diversity of this awesome community.

Who Should Watch:

  • Anyone who has registered or is thinking about registering for re:Invent 2018

Level 100 | How To re:Invent

Join us as we dive deep with the AWS Training and Certification team on Bootcamps, Hands-on Labs, and how to get AWS Certified at re:Invent.

Speaker(s): Annie Hancock, Head of Creative & Customer Experiences, AWS; Jill Fagan, Lead, AWS re:Invent Content; Shannon O'Fallon, Events Manager, AWS Training and Certification  

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July 18, 2018

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In this month’s episode, we’re rounding up all the AWS Training and Certification opportunities to be found on-site at re:Invent 2018. Get the insider details on what’s in store when Annie and Jill sit down with AWS Training and Certification Lead, Shannon O’Fallon, to dive deep into Bootcamps, Hands-on Labs, and how to get AWS Certified while at re:Invent.

Who Should Watch:

  • Anyone who has registered or is thinking about registering for re:Invent 2018

Level 300 | Solutions Best Practices

Learn best practices for using AWS WAF to automatically mitigate threats found by Amazon GuardDuty.

Speaker(s): Alex Tomic, Solutions Architect, AWS; Cameron Worrell, Solutions Architect, AWS

August 27, 2018

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PT

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For customers using services like Amazon GuardDuty or AWS Shield, you get security alerts when a potential threat is detected. But maybe you would like an automated way to resolve them using AWS WAF, especially when the alert involves a known bad actor. In this tech talk, we will talk about best practices for a threat response and deep dive (with a demo) on a solution that is based on Amazon GuardDuty, AWS Shield, Amazon CloudWatch Events, AWS Lambda, and AWS WAF. It will be a serverless solution that uses threat findings and automatically blocks them on AWS WAF, not just in one Account, but across Accounts.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to make threat findings more actionable
  • Educate customers about organization-wide threat response
  • Deep dive on a serverless example for automated threat response

Who Should Attend:

  • Any customer running web applications on AWS and looking for improved threat protection

Level 300 | Solutions Best Practices

Learn how to pick the right design pattern for your serverless application with AWS Lambda.

Speaker(s): Chris Munns, Senior Developer Advocate, AWS

August 21, 2018

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM PT

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When building applications with AWS Lambda, there are many options for how to design them, such as which AWS services to use with Lambda and the Lambda invocation pattern. Lambda can be invoked by many different AWS services or events, such as in response to infrastructure activities, developer tools actions, lifecycle events, and more. It can also be invoked as part of a workflow within an application. So how do you pick the right pattern for the application you want to build? Do you need to process data in real time? Do you need to buffer requests between microservices? Do you need a fan out pattern? Have synchronous responses? In this talk, we’ll talk about the various design patterns for Lambda and when you should use them. We will also cover some best practices for securing and scaling your serverless applications.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to evaluate and pick the event source for your serverless application built with AWS Lambda
  • Learn how to secure your serverless application based on event source
  • Learn best practices and scaling patterns for serverless applications

Who Should Attend:

  • Developers, Software Engineers, Cloud Engineers, DevOps, Architects, IT Professionals

Level 200 | AWS Office Hours

Join us for our first-ever office hours style tech talk, where you have the opportunity to ask an AWS expert anything from how to choose and deploy backup solutions in the cloud, to how to work with the AWS partner ecosystem, to best practices to maximize your resources.

Speaker(s): Henry Axelrod, Solutions Architect and Storage Specialist, AWS; Drew Meyer, Storage Product Marketing Leader, AWS; Rohan Mathews, Storage Technical Leader, AWS

August 23, 2018

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM PT

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The exponential growth of data worldwide is providing organizations with unprecedented insights to evolve their respective businesses, but it is also challenging traditional backup methods that cannot cost effectively and quickly scale to protect expanding data stores. By working with Amazon Web Services (AWS), organizations are extending backup targets to the cloud for increased scalability and flexibility, and even strengthening security and data durability.

Join us for our first-ever office hours style tech talk, where you have the opportunity to ask an AWS expert about anything from sending on-premises backups to the cloud to building your own backup infrastructure on AWS.

Sample Questions:

  • What are some of the immediate benefits of backing up data to AWS, specifically in relation to scalability and data durability?
  • How do I integrate my existing storage investments into a cloud backup solution?
  • How do I back up file systems and databases to the cloud?

Who Should Attend:

  • Backup Administrators, Infrastructure Administrators, Storage Administrators

Level 300 | Service Deep Dive

Learn best practices on how to easily make a simple point-in-time backup for your Amazon EC2 instances using Amazon EBS snapshots.

Speaker(s): Jeff Bartley, Solutions Architect, AWS

August 27, 2018

9:00 AM - 9:45 AM PT

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With Amazon EBS, you can easily make a simple point-in-time backup for your Amazon EC2 instances. In this deep dive session, you'll learn how to use Amazon EBS snapshots to back up your Amazon EC2 environment. We'll review the basics of how snapshots work as well as how to tag snapshots, track costs and automate snapshots using Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager. We'll describe best practices and share tips for success throughout.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to set and schedule snapshots with proper retention policies
  • How incremental snapshots work
  • How to track snapshot costs

Who Should Attend:

  • DBAs, Ops, Application Owners, CTOs

Level 200 | Service Deep Dive

Learn how to use Amazon S3 for your on-prem. applications with AWS Storage Gateway.

Speaker(s): Paul Reed, Principal Product Manager, Storage Gateway, AWS

August 29, 2018

9:00 AM - 9:45 AM PT

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If you want to reduce your on-premises storage infrastructure, join this tech talk to learn how you can immediately start using Amazon S3 cloud storage for your on-premises applications through AWS Storage Gateway. After a brief introduction to the service, we’ll get deep into the details of the File Gateway and its new SMB support for Windows-based applications. We’ll cover common hybrid cloud use cases, including backing up to S3, and storing on-premises content files for distribution or in-cloud processing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how you can connect your on-premises Windows file-based applications to Amazon S3 using AWS Storage Gateway
  • Understand common starter use-cases for hybrid cloud storage
  • Learn how you can apply in-cloud AWS services such as machine learning or analytics for on-prem application data

Who Should Attend:

  • IT or Storage Administrators, IT Managers and Directors

Level 300 | Service Deep Dive

Learn about your options for moving data into AWS, processing data at the edge, and building hybrid cloud architectures with AWS.

Speaker(s): Ian Perez Ponce, Sr. Business Development Manager, AWS

August 30, 2018

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM PT

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In this tech talk, we will provide application and storage architects a brief overview of AWS data transfer services that enable data migration, edge processing, and hybrid cloud storage use cases with AWS, and then deep dive into AWS Snow family. The Snow family of physical devices, including AWS Snowball, AWS Snowball Edge and AWS Snowmobile can capture, pre-process, and migrate data into and out of AWS without reliance on costly network infrastructure. We will show how Snowball Edge can now run Amazon EC2 instances for emerging edge compute applications. Join us to learn how you can move your data to AWS and reduce your storage and data center footprints.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about the portfolio of AWS services and technologies that can help you move data to the cloud
  • Learn about the migration and edge computing use cases of the AWS Snow services
  • Hear the details of running Amazon EC2 instances on AWS Snowball Edge

Who Should Attend:

  • IT and Operations Managers, IT Administrators, Storage Architects, Application Architects

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