Cloud Academy is proud to be a sponsor at the AWS Summit New York on Tuesday, July 17 in New York City. This event is an opportunity for organizations to learn how they can stay ahead of the curve in areas including artificial intelligence (AI), security, cost optimization, cloud migration, and more.
The AWS Summit New York agenda is packed with lots of great options, including chalk talks, challenges, and workshops. Unfortunately, you can’t be everywhere at once. If you’re looking for a little guidance for how to make the most of the event, here are my picks of the “could,” “should,” and “must” attend events for the day.
Could: Sessions where I will learn something new
CL 201 Holiday on Mars, The Serverless Team Challenge, 12:30 – 5:45 p.m.
This hackathon is an opportunity for teams to hone their application development skills using all AWS free-tier services. Lunch is provided and prizes will be awarded to the top three winning teams.
SVR 314 Develop Containerized Apps with AWS Fargate, Abby Fuller, 1:15 – 02:15 p.m.
Announced at re:Invent 2017, AWS Fargate is a technology for running containers without managing individual servers or clusters. This session provides a technical foundation for using AWS Fargate with your existing containerized services and it will cover some essential best practices for building images, managing secrets, monitoring, and more.
SRV 325 30 Serverless Architectures in 30 Minutes, Chris Munns, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
This chalk talk is a good crash course on the architectural patterns you can use with AWS Lambda to solve a range of challenges. More importantly, you’ll come away with real-world use cases and ideas for using serverless, all in just 30 minutes.
Should: The sessions you won’t see or hear anywhere else
SVR 403 Build and Collaborate on a Modern Web Application on AWS, Andrew Baird, 3:45 – 5:45 p.m.