Discuss how companies are leapfrogging over complex infrastructure technology to speed productivity - and how to get started

 

Columbus 6-20-19

 

Join us and other IT leaders in your area, as AWS and Flux7 explore how Serverless technology is emerging and shaping the Enterprise IT Landscape. In this workshop, IT leaders will learn what business problems are solved by Serverless, where it fits within the Agile and DevOps movements, and how AWS and Flux7 are leading the innovation to help companies get a jumpstart.

  

We'll kick off the morning session with an overview of Serverless Technologies on AWS, and how companies like Flux7 are helping businesses to get started while coaching internal teams to develop skills while they build the system.

After lunch, we will feature tangible demonstrations that show the results of running applications using AWS Serverless technologies and will provide an open forum to ask questions and discuss your current business cases with the presenters. Attendees will be provided with AWS credits and source code to take back to their teams and test in their own environments.

  

Who should attend? 

This workshop has been developed for Senior IT Leaders, CIOs, CTOs, Application Development Leaders, IT and Operations Managers, and Cloud Team Members 

AGENDA (Meals included)

 

9:00 to 9:45  Registration | Meet & Greet | Continental Breakfast

9:45 to 10:00  Introductions and agenda overview

10:00 to 10:45  Kelly Looney, AWS

10:45 to 11:00  Break

11:00 to 11:45  Erik Larson, Flux7

11:45 to 12:30  Working Lunch | Ask the Experts

12:30 to 2:00  Serverless Demonstrations

2:00 - 2:30  Wrap Up

 

SESSION ONE: Serverless - Emerging Tech You Need to Understand - Presented by Kelly Looney, AWS

Topics

 

The Amazon Modernization Story 

Industry Trends & Emerging Technologies

 

Why AWS? (Serverless and alternatives)

 

 

SESSION TWO: Architecting for Serverless - Erik Larson, Flux7

Topics

 

Beyond Containers to Fully Managed Services

 

Case Study 1: Why an IT-Ninja Chose Serverless

 

Case Study 2: How an IT-Laggard Caught Up

 

 

SESSION THREE:  Serverless Demo

Demos

 

Enabling Continuous Deployment

 

Backend with DynamoDB, API Gateway

 

Frontend with Cognito, React

 

   
   
   

Wrap-up Session:  Partnering with Flux7 - Ryne Harrell

Flux7 Core Competencies

 

Delivery & Methodology

 

Customer Success Stories

 

   
   
   
   

Questions? Contact Tina Straw - Tina@Flux7.com

 

Register Today 

 

Register for Columbus on June 20

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Space will be limited.  Save your seat today. 

 Oh, and breakfast and lunch will be served. 

 

Workshop attendees will receive:

 

  • 1:1 access to workshop presenters
  • A summary of the workshop presentations and demos
  • AWS credits and source code to test learnings in your own environment
  • Exclusive offers from Flux7 and AWS to help you get started 

 

 

 

Workshop Presenters:

Kelly Looney - Amazon Web Services

Kelly is a 30+ year veteran in the software development arena. He has built software in everything from assembly language to Smalltalk, Unix/C, and to Kubernetes and Lambda. He has taken an abiding interest in improving organization’s software delivery from Agile, to DevOps, to Serverless and NextOps. Kelly has been lucky enough to work directly with luminaries such as Kent Beck, Jez Humble, Damon Edwards, Craig Larman, Kenny Rubin, and Dick Gabriel. He has worked in successful startups (ParcPlace, Activerse, Skytap) and consulted (Thoughtworks, CAP Gemini, BAH) with all types of organizations in a variety of industries. At AWS, Kelly works with partners in the DevOps space to help solve customer problems and set the stage for modern high velocity, extra stable, and secure systems. 

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Erik Larson - Flux7

Erik Larson is a AWS Certified Solutions Architect with more than 20 years experience architecting and developing software, leading dev teams, and implementing DevOps best practices to deliver iterative technology solutions that automate, innovate, and achieve business objectives.

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