- AWS Meetup - July 2019
This is the 7th meetup of the year. As usual, we are looking for speakers who can share for about 10 - 15 mins on a proposed topic. Please drop a message directly on this Meetup page or contact the organisers via our Discord Group https://discord.gg/nkZagBG and we will get it sorted out. Speaker slots are limited and tend to be snapped up fast, so don't miss this chance! Here is the Agenda for the event, 1) Serverless In-Memory Computing for interactive DataViz in Python Notebooks by Antoine Chambille Abstract: At ActiveViam we believe that Python notebooks are the new way to do Business Intelligence. To take this vision further we're contributing an interactive DataViz extension to the Jupyter project, and we're building an AWS service that manages notebooks and dynamically allocates in-memory computing resources to accelerate underlying queries. This session presents the architecture and decision choices behind this new serverless platform. 2) What it means to be an architect in the days of agile and cloud ? by Gregor Hohpe Abstract: Running applications in the cloud has brought numerous architectural changes: applications are now meant to be "cloud native", split into micro-services, stateless, 12 factor-compliant, and what not. At the some time, the cloud vendors make it look like architecture has become a paint-by-numbers exercise that largely consists of selecting the right product for the right purpose. This talk takes a fresh look at what it means to be an architect and how this translates into being a cloud architect. 3) Analysing Production Ready EKS Cluster by Nikit Swaraj Abstract: In this talk, we will walk through the EKS components like the master plane and Worker node. We will see how to manage the networking, monitoring, security, and deployment in EKS. We will also see some of the stable add-ons which provide out of the box feature into the k8s cluster. 4) Free Slot - Drinks after meetup
- AWS Meetup - June 2019
This is the 6th meetup of the year. As usual, we are looking for speakers who can share for about 10 - 15 mins on a proposed topic. Please drop a message directly on this Meetup page or contact the organisers via our Discord Group https://discord.gg/nkZagBG and we will get it sorted out. Speaker slots are limited and tend to be snapped up fast, so don't miss this chance! - APN Ambassador Program - Yash Acharya - S3, CloudFront & Lambda@Edge: Perfecting the Cloud Recipe for an Enterprise - Badri Kesavan - AWS Security: Organization SCP and IAM Permissions Boundaries - Mohit Niranwal - Deploying and Scaling Spring Boot Microservices to Amazon EKS - Daniele Polencic - Drinks after meetup
- AWS Asian Woman's Association - Transcend to The World! Power of IT Women
Hi Everyone, This is a whole day community event led by the AWS Asian Women's Association. This is their first event and it is held in Singapore itself. If you know any lady who can benefit from such events, we will appreciate your help in letting them know that such an organisation exists and encourage them to come for this inaugural event in Singapore! This event is not just open to Ladies. If you are a guy who is passionate in diversity topics and championing the empowerment of Ladies in a technology world, this event is for you as well Please see more event info on https://aawa.info/ Registration for the event is only at https://www.meetup.com/AWS-Asian-Womens-Association/events/259857170/ ★ Brief In the IT industry including AWS, many women are active in many countries around the world. However, I am still thinking that the success of that activity is not taken up to some extent. I am thinking that there is no opportunity for our comrades to listen to them or opportunities to deliver them. In Japan there is a female user group of AWS, and female colleagues have gained lot of learning and awareness through this exchange place. So this is only an event of a small country in Japan. For the first time in Asian countries, as many companies enter the global market, in a community where people and people can deeply engage, we keep that exchange in a small world. Especially women appreciate that they are hiding in their shadows. This is extremely undesirable, I think that if you can communicate deeper than a community like female colleagues, and develop our passion, the world will be changed more. I can not do anything extremely, but it was thought that we opened the 0 th Meeting Up as a place to deepen the circle and exchange of women's women shining in Asia as a result of such a wonderful opportunity. And I hope everyone, not just women, participate, and I hope everyone will know about this activity. ★ Please join us!!!! Anyone who accepts this activity is welcome, regardless of gender or country.
- AWS Meetup - May 2019
This is the 5th meetup of the year. As usual, we are looking for speakers who can share for about 10 - 15 mins on a proposed topic. Please drop a message directly on this Meetup page or contact the organisers via our Discord Group https://discord.gg/nkZagBG and we will get it sorted out. Speaker slots are limited and tend to be snapped up fast, so don't miss this chance! - Terraforming Safely and Collaboratively on AWS with Atlantis - Steve Teo - Collecting Applications Metrics with Lambda and Cloudwatch - Scott Maclure and Benjamin Herron - Identifying Cyber Attacks in your AWS Environment - Thomas Mitchell - Nested Step Functions. Why and how? - Rahul Raina - Drinks after meetup
- AWS Summit Singapore 2019 - Registration Closed
Actual Registration Page. Registration on this meetup doesn't count! -> https://aws.amazon.com/events/summits/singapore/ -> Registration closed Apr 10: AWS TechFest (Registration Closed) Apr 11: AWS Summit (Registration Closed) Come find us at the Developer Lounge on 10th and 11th April. There will be lots of community talks on both 10th and 11th April. More detail soon
- AWS Meetup - March 2019
This is the 4th meetup of the year. As usual, we are looking for speakers who can share for about 10 - 15 mins on a proposed topic. Please drop a message directly on this Meetup page or contact the organisers via our Discord Group https://discord.gg/nkZagBG and we will get it sorted out. Speaker slots are limited and tend to be snapped up fast, so don't miss this chance! - Terraform For Team: Lesson learned - Anh Quy - Service Mesh (App Mesh) on EKS - Nikit Swaraj - Multi-Cloud HPC Workflow for Earthquake Engineering - Kermin Chok - Drinks after meetup
- AWS Hackdays 2019 "Hack for Good"
Dear Builders, AWS Hackdays “Hack for Good” is now OPEN for application! After the success of the 2018 edition, AWS Hackdays is back in 2019 with an exciting new challenge! The AWS Hackdays "Hack for Good" is a regional hackathon made for builders who are eager to create a positive impact on their local communities with the AWS Services. This year, you have the opportunity to accelerate South-East Asia's digitalization by bringing new solutions around four topics - HealthTech, AgriTech, Smart City and FinTech. Using Amazon Web Services, you now have the chance to showcase a prototype demonstrating your skills in either Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, IoT, Data Analytics or Modern Applications. The three stages of AWS Hackdays 2019 are: 1. Online Hackathon (January 23 – March 19): - Create a team or join a team online (2 to 4 people) - Submit your project in the format of a PowerPoint and/or a video 2. Offline Demo Day (March 29) - The top 5 teams from Singapore will be invited to pitch their projects at the national Demo Day - The winning team will be flown to Singapore to attend the Final Hackathon 3. Final Hackathon - Offline Hackathon (April 10) - The top 3 teams of the Final Hackathon will win attractive prizes - The Final Hackathon champions will be rewarded with flights, accommodation, and tickets to AWS re:Invent 2019 in Las Vegas Are you ready? Form a team with your fellow friends and join us online! [http://bit.ly/awsFacebookgroupsSG] We cannot wait to have you onboard and Hack for Good! ----------- What to expect? Check out AWS Hackdays 2019 Teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdxFa3tTlhk&feature=youtu.be Need any tech support? - Join our Slack Workspace: https://awshackdays2019.slack.com/messages - Then join Singapore Channel: https://awshackdays2019.slack.com/messages/CF9UMD90D Looking for your teammates? Join the WhatsApp Group and meet like-minded people: https://chat.whatsapp.com/invite/CqCKgEDJy7JFkDP485MkhU
- AWS Meetup - February 2019
This is the 3rd meetup of the year. As usual, we are looking for speakers who can share for about 10 - 15 mins on a proposed topic. Please drop a message directly on this Meetup page or contact the organisers via our Discord Group https://discord.gg/nkZagBG and we will get it sorted out. Speaker slots are limited and tend to be snapped up fast, so don't miss this chance! - AWS EKS with Terraform - Ion Mudreac - Live Migrating your DB with DMS - Benjamin Herron - Deploy Machine Learning Faster with Sagemaker and Serverless - Rahul Raina - Drinks after meetup
- AWS Meetup - January 2019 - Fireside Chat with the Database Team
Please join us as we host our executive Database Services team, who are visiting from Seattle, for a fireside chat on how global AWS customers are running their data strategies on AWS. They will be covering how large enterprises and startups across all industries overcome challenges in their data strategy in terms of structure, analytics, visualization, and more. We will open with a panel discussion and then open to the wider audience with a Q&A session. Profile of the speakers: 1) Kevin Jernigan is AWS Principal Product Manager for Amazon PostgreSQL services. Kevin Jernigan is a Principal Product Manager in the Amazon RDS team, responsible for product management for Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL. He started his career at Oracle in 1987, as a product manager responsible for Oracle Database benchmarks, utilities, and Oracle Parallel Server, now called Oracle Real Application Cluster (RAC). In 1994, he co-founded Emergent Technologies, a technology consulting company that specialized in high-end DW and OLTP database implementations. After selling Emergent in 1999, he co-founded Xpiron in 2000, which provided online booking management services to health & fitness clubs. Kevin returned to Oracle in 2009, as a product manager responsible for more than twenty Oracle Database features related to performance and storage management, including Advanced Compression, Database In-Memory, Hybrid Columnar Compression, and Information Lifecycle Management (ILM). He joined AWS in January 2016. 2) Darin Briskman is a data scientist and engineer with Amazon Web Services, serving as the Chief Technical Evangelist for Database, Analytics, and Machine Learning services. Darin works to help people worldwide get the greatest benefit from a range of data architectures, including relational, non-relational, in-memory, graph, big data, and ML services. He joined Amazon in 2016 after 30 years of experience in Enterprise Technologies, including work at NASA, IBM and Silicon Valley startups. 3) Jeff Koller is the Business Development Manager for Amazon ElastiCache. His responsibilities include developing and executing the GTM strategy and serving as the primary point of contact for customer communication. He joined Amazon in 2014 as part of the AWS sales team with a focus on startups and mid-market organizations in Boston and greater New England. Prior to Amazon, Jeff graduated from Georgetown University with a major in Japanese Language & Culture and spent several years living and working in Tokyo, Japan.