Awesome speakers + amazing venue = one great meetup. That is exactly what we have for July.
Adrian Cockcroft (@adrianco), former architect at Netflix, now Technology Fellow at Battery Ventures will discuss what it means to be cloud native, what are the trends he is seeing and where will AWS be in 5 years.
Tim Prendergast (@auxome), Founder & CEO of Evident.io, and ex-Adobe cloud architect will present "Effective Incident Response in AWS" - No matter who you are or what you do, you will eventually become the victim of a malicious attack or security incident. Fortunately, the extensive tools available within AWS actually provide superior incident response capabilities to those we used to have in the traditional datacenter model. We'll cover several common attack scenarios, response strategies that actually work, and post-attack procedures that everyone can execute.
6:30pm Arrive, food, networking
7:00pm Adrian Cockcroft: What is Cloud Native
8:00pm Tim Prendergast: Effective Incident Response in AWS
The venue sponsor for the meetup is Autodesk. More information available here: http://www.autodesk.com/gallery/visit-us
Just let security know you are going to the Autodesk Gallery on the 2nd floor for an event.
If you haven't been to the Autodesk Gallery before, prepare to be wowed. From full scale prototype cars, to 3D printed models, and bullet time set ups. It is always change, but continuously cool.
Evident.io is sponsoring this event by providing food and drinks. The Evident Security Platform (ESP) for AWS delivers continuous security monitoring for your global cloud infrastructure, helping you detect and mitigate risks in near real-time. You can activate ESP in less than 5 minutes, and there is a 14-day free trial at no risk to you.