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IAM for DevOps Organizations

MAIN TALK

"Identity and Access Management for DevOps Organizations"

Larry Ogrodnek, Director of Engineering @ Bizo, will be talking about Bizo's experience migrating from shared AWS credentials to using the IAM service.  Larry will be exploring different approaches and issues related to using IAM for DevOps organizations.

LIGHTNING TALKS

"Automated deployment at Twilio using Boxconfig"

Evan Cooke, Co-Founder & CTO of Twilio, will discuss "boxconfig" which is an internal tool Twilio uses to mange host configuration and orchestration in EC2. 

"Sky’s the Limit-A scenic tour of AWS account limits"

Morgan Pettis from Amazon Web Services, will walk through the various limits associated with each service, discuss Spot vs. On-Demand/Reserved EC2 limits, and VPC vs. non-VPC.

LOCATION

Thanks to A2Z (An Amazon Company) for graciously providing the meeting space.

SEEKING LIGHTENING TALKS

We are looking for other speakers to provide lightening talks from 5-10 minutes.  Please contact me if you are interested.

THANKS

Thanks to the folks at Bizo, AWS and A2Z for help making this happen!

QUESTIONS/COMMENTS/SPONSORSHIP/ETC

Feel free to contact me.

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  • Jérôme P.

    Great feedback from other AWS customers, with insightful tips&tricks. Keep it going!

    October 24, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    i found most of the presentations to lack any useful information. i would have preferred just an open Q&A and discussion on topics.

    October 19, 2011

  • Ramin K.

    IAM talk had a lot of good information. 44 slides and an hour was a bit much for the talk. Half of that with more Q&A would have been fine.

    October 19, 2011

  • Donnie F.

    Adam D'Amico of Okta also gave a lightning talk on Security Group Strategies.

    October 18, 2011

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