Presented by Flux7 and AWS
Attend a dynamic one-day workshop about microservices architecture and Amazon ECS
The term microservices has received increased attention in the past few years. Microservices architectures is not a new approach to software engineering, but rather a combination of proven concepts such as object-oriented methodologies, agile software development, service-oriented architectures, API-first design, and Continuous Delivery. Many AWS customers adopt microservices to address limitations and challenges of traditional monoliths with regard to agility and scalability.
In this workshop, we will see how Amazon services like EC2 Container Service, CodePipeline, CodeBuild come together to create a platform for developer teams to focus on their application while still being able to interact with other application components. We will see the microservices developer model in action and show the independence offered to the developer teams.
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is designed for users and teams wanting to use Microservices, and who want to gain a better understanding of how everything comes together. Prior working knowledge of AWS basics and Docker is a prerequisite. If you need a Docker primer you should check out the tutorial provided by Flux7 here: https://www.katacoda.com/flux7/scenarios/lab . In addition, the lab will be hands on and will require participants to have GitHub accounts.
Date: Thursday, August 24th 2017
Time: 9:00AM – 2:00PM
11501 Alterra Parkway Suite 200
Austin, TX. 78758
5th Floor – Conf. room 407
Parking is provided on-site
This event is free, but requires pre-registration. Please register at the link below.
Chris Burns – Solution Architect - AWS
Ali Hussain – CTO and Co-Founder – Flux7
Deric Miguel – DevOps Engineer – Flux7
* Overview of microservices architectures
* Hands on deployment to an ECS-based microservices platform
* Hands-on labs to showcase developer benefits on a microservices platform
* Deep-dive of operational design of the microservices platform