Amazon Web Services in 60 minutes: The .NET edition
Cloud infrastructures are becoming standard for hosted virtual platforms these days. While traditional in-house IT/data centers have previously been the norm, many operations are moving entirely to the cloud or creating hybrid infrastructures of both on and off premises resources. And a huge player in the cloud ecosystem today is Amazon Web Services (AWS).
AWS provides many robust and powerful cloud based features immediately upon sign up. In this talk I'll first focus on getting you up-to-speed on all of the features of AWS including the Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). I'll follow this up with showing you how .net developers can easily take advantage of the AWS platform from within Visual Studio using tools, SDKs, templates and C# to create entire application stacks dynamically and deploy apps to them easily.
If you have any specific questions about AWS, please free to submit the questions to me prior to the talk (firstname.lastname@example.org) so I can be sure to address them.
Mark Leon Watson (http://markleon.com) is a SENIOR AGILE SOFTWARE, INFRASTRUCTURE & PROCESS ENGINEER, with over 23 years of professional experience in many industries, companies and domains (e.g. accounting, banking, consulting, education, entertainment, environment, finance, identity, insurance, geographic, government, inventory/warehouse management, IT, loans, management, mapping, marketing, media, oil & gas, retail, sales, security, etc).
I help people and organizations grow by providing effective business solutions using agile, pragmatic and lean software engineering methods bound with my many years of domain wisdom & expertise. I look forward to speaking with you about any exciting opportunities that will allow me to contribute to your success, too!
On a personal note I am also a Lean Thinker, Entrepreneur, Artist, Musician (guitar, bass, drums), Hunter, xTreme Sports Fan/Participant, Unschooler and Dad. You can easily find @MarkLeonWatson tweeting away all day. :)
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