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Amazon Web Services User Group - San Francisco

Join us in learning about the latest in cloud technology, and network with experts and the AWS community.

For 11 years, Amazon Web Services has been the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform. AWS offers over 90 fully featured services for compute, storage, networking, database, analytics, application services, deployment, management, developer, mobile, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), security, hybrid and enterprise applications, from 42 Availability Zones (AZs) across 16 geographic regions in the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and the UK. AWS services are trusted by millions of active customers around the world monthly -- including the fastest growing startups, largest enterprises, and leading government agencies -- to power their infrastructure, make them more agile, and lower costs. To learn more about AWS, visit https://aws.amazon.com (http://cts.businesswire.com/ct/CT?id=smartlink&url=https%3A%2F%2Faws.amazon.com&esheet=51535980&newsitemid=20170403006719&lan=en-US&anchor=https%3A%2F%2Faws.amazon.com&index=3&md5=f088e0b8cc1b939e2f6c25816eec4dd9).

Upcoming events (2)

How Startups Can Build Modern Apps with Open Source Software

Matt Ellis, Head of Open Source Software at TIBCO – a software analytics company, will share how startups can make the shift from large monolithic applications, to modern event-driven applications with open source software. Using specific use cases, he'll outline the benefits of building while embracing cloud-native deployment models, such as containers with Kubernetes and serverless compute via AWS Lambda. And, Matt will dive deep into the core facets of modern application architectures: event-driven processing paradigms, ML, and efficiency from both resources and deployments. Networking and drinks to follow. Doors open @ 6PM for early networking.

Databases 101: A Technical Intro for Startups [Coinbase]

When building a new service it can be difficult to understand the tradeoffs associated with the various persistent stores available in AWS. From Amazon DynamoDB to Amazon Aurora, there are a number of options - but which is right for your startup's build? Luke Demi, Software Engineer at Coinbase will talk through the framework they've built at Coinbase to help developers choose the correct database for the job. He'll explore the differences and tradeoffs between relational vs document stores, an overview of scaling DynamoDB vs Aurora, fundamentals around index selection, and how startups can choose a good partition key. Networking and drinks to follow. Doors open @ 6PM for early networking.

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