AWS Tech
October 19, 2021
Title sponsor
Amazon Web Services
about the format
6 Hands-on Labs
1500+ participants
6 Highload lectures
2 tracks
1 day
FROM Amazon Web Services
Senior Solutions Architect
Igor Ivaniuk
Sr. Solutions Architect
Mike Golubev
Solutions Architect
Sergey Pugachev
Senior Technical Evangelist
Darko Meszaros
Head of Startup Solution Architecture
Egor Shadryn
Konstantyn Polyakov
AWS Instructor
Igor Ivaniuk
Senior Solutions Architect
To deal with uncertainty, you have to design your software to be resilient. This session will review the most useful patterns for building resilient applications such as graceful degradation, timeouts, exponential backoff, and circuit breakers.
It will also explore how we can test our assumptions by injecting failure into our applications and uncovering our weaknesses. You will leave with an understanding of how to build more resilient applications and several patterns that you can apply to your software development projects.
The Amazon Kinesis family of services allows you to work with fast-moving data using different components. In this session we will show you how to combine Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics for
scenarios like user sessionization, rolling metrics, or anomaly detection in real-time using just SQL and without having to worry about managing any servers.
Egor Shadryn
Head of Startup Solution Architecture
The concept of Infrastructure as code, by using pipelines for continuous integration and delivery, is fundamental for the development of cloud infrastructure. Including code quality and vulnerability scans in the pipeline is essential for its security.
In this session, we will show you how you can integrate security checks in/out-band of the build process, on pull request, integrate with test reports, and use Security Hub for the report. We will provide you pros and cons on every approach and code sample sources.
Sergey Pugachev
Solutions Architect
One of the implications of applying the microservices architectural style is that a lot of communication between components is done over the network. To achieve the promises of microservices, this communication needs to
happen in a loosely coupled manner. In this session, we'll dive into the application integration patterns based on messaging and connect them to real-world use cases.
Mike Golubev
Sr. Solutions Architect
If you are using GitHub as a source code repository, combining GitHub Actions with other CI/CD services (like AWS CodeBuild) is a simple and powerful way to deliver feature-rich CI/CD pipelines. In this session, we will develop an end-to-end CI/CD pipeline that can execute unit tests, build a container image, upload the container image to Amazon ECR and update an Amazon ECS Task Definition for every commit to the GitHub repository.
You will leave with an understanding of how to use GitHub actions to deploy applications to AWS and how additional integration with AWS CodeBuild unlocks additional capabilities.
Darko Meszaros
Sr. Solutions Architect
Dealing with operational data can be difficult due to the volume of ingestion, and the need to get real-time trends, while applying sensible lifecycle policies for data retention.
In this session we will show how using Amazom Timestream and the Amazon Managed Service for Grafana can help when working with operational data or with any other time-series data.
Online labs provide hands-on practice with AWS in a live environment. Unlike a simulation or demo, labs help you master popular AWS services and real-world scenarios using step-by-step instructions and the actual AWS Console.
— Introduction to AWS Cloud
— Security in the AWS Cloud
— Hosting the employee
— directory application in AWS
— Hands-On Lab: Introduction to AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
— Compute as a service in AWS
— Introduction to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
— Amazon EC2 instance lifecycle
— AWS container services
— What is serverless?
— Introduction to AWS Lambda
— Choose the right compute service
— Hands-On Lab: Launch the Employee Directory Application on Amazon EC2
— Networking in AWS
— Introduction to Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC)
— Amazon VPC routing
— Amazon VPC security
— EC2
— Hands-On Lab: Create a VPC and Relaunch the Corporate Directory Application in Amazon
— AWS storage types
— Amazon EC2 instance storage and Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS)
— Object storage with Amazon S3
— Choose the right storage service
— Hands-On Lab: Create an Amazon S3 Bucket
— Explore databases in AWS
— Amazon Relational Database Service
— Purpose-built databases
— Introduction to Amazon DynamoDB
— Choose the right AWS database service
— Hands-On Lab: Implement and manage Amazon DynamoDB
— Monitoring
— Optimization
— Alternate serverless employee directory application architecture
— Hands-On Lab: Configure High Availability for Your Application
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What is the AWS Tech Conference?
AWS Tech Conference is one day conference with 2 tracks, 6 lectures and 6 hands-on labs from stellar speakers from AWS and other top company.
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What is a Hands-on Lab?
Online labs provide hands-on practice with AWS in a live environment. Unlike a simulation or demo, labs help you master popular AWS services and real-world scenarios using step-by-step instructions and the actual AWS Console.
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