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Schibsted: Data collection and analysis in AWS
Welcome back to our first AWS meetup after the summer break! At this meetup we will have Lars Marius Garshol from Schibsted talking about their experience with data collection and analysis in AWS. Schibsted collects about 800 million user behaviour events per day and has done so since 2015. These events need to be stored in AWS but also delivered back to the newspapers and marketplace sites that sent them. Everything has to be GDPR-compliant. And dozens of teams across Schibsted need to be able to send data, control access to data and set up delivery of data back to themselves. This talk looks at how Schibsted has designed and implemented their data platform in AWS. AWS Meetup Oslo had a talk on Schibsted in May 2016. This talk will focus on what has changed since then, without requiring you to have heard the previous talk. ( https://www.meetup.com/AWS-User-Group-Norway/events/230563958/ ) Venue: The meetup is held at the big meeting room on the top floor. Pizza and soft drinks will be provided. After-meetup-beer: Some of us will meet for a beer after the meetup to chat about "all things tech". Everyone is invited to join! PS: If you have suggestions for a topic, or want to present something, please contact me (Anton) - [masked]

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