Lambda & scalable architecture
Free attendance
October 13 | ONLINE
Deep dive into AWS Lambda
Senior Partner Solutions Architect (AWS)
Alexander Dragunov
His focus areas are Infrastructure as Code, Application Modernization and Microsoft Workloads on AWS
Speech language: English
He leverages his 20+ years experience in designing and building various business applications to help AWS partners and customers for their long term technical enablement to build scalable architectures on AWS.

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Daniel hails from Tel Aviv, Israel. He’s the Systems Architect at Bizzabo, working with an incredibly talented team of developers to change how professional events are created and experienced.
System Architect at Bizzabo
Daniel Doppelt
Speech language: English
He’s a huge believer that software development is mostly human interaction and that collaboration is the key to building great applications
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Startup Solutions Architect (AWS)
Egor Shadryn
All-In-One Technologist with over seventeen years of hands-on experience in on/offshore teams leadership, mentoring, management, architecting and building large-scale web-based enterprise-level software, migrations, cultivating software engineering culture.

Industry: Media & Entertainment, AdTech, Education, Social Platforms, Data Mining, Cybersecurity.
Speech language: English
UTC+3, Kyiv time
Daniel Doppelt
How Bizzabo leverages AWS and Kubernetes to scale
Deep dive into AWS Lambda
Alexander Dragunov
Egor Shadryn
Speech language: English
Speech language: English
Bizzabo is changing the way the world does professional events. The Bizzabo Event Experience OS is a data-rich open platform that allows Event Experience Leaders to manage events, engage audiences, activate communities, and deliver powerful business outcomes — all while keeping attendee data private and secure.

Bizzabo has more than 300 employees in its New York, Tel-Aviv, Kyiv, and London offices, as well 15+ remote locations around the world.

Bizzabo's clients include such global brands as Amazon, IBM, Bloomberg, HubSpot, Forbes, Uber, Electronic Arts and The Wall Street Journal.
Vacancies in Bizzabo team:
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Do awesome things with AWS CloudFormation
The talk will be delivered in English language

The Cloud is a fun place to create new things. Every piece of infrastructure you ever wanted is just a click away, well a few clicks away. And clicking is no fun if you have to do it over and over again.

What if you could create all of your infrastructure just by describing what you want, just like making cooking instructions? What if you could make your infrastructure changes predictable? Well then, let’s talk! In this session we will see what awesome things you can do with AWS CloudFormation, and how you can use Infrastructure as Code to make your infrastructure management fast, fun, and secure!
AWS X-Ray: Tracing in distributed systems
Мова виступу: російська

У своєму виступі Сергій розкаже:
- навіщо необхідно слідкувати за повідомленнями в системах, які є способи/імплементації;
- як налагоджувати роботу X-Ray в AWS та які існують плюси та мінуси в цьому
Bizzabo’s cloud infrastructure from adolescence to maturity