- Best Practices on AWS Elemental and Media Services
Join us at the AWS User Groups of Florida - Jacksonville for a presentation on the best practices for AWS Elemental and Media Services. AGENDA: 6:00 - 6:30PM Networking, Food & Drinks. 6:30 - 7:30PM Presentations by the AWS Elemental Team. 7:30 - 8:00PM Q&A and Wrap-up. PRESENTATION: > Deploy video solutions and use cases for your on-premises and cloud needs. > Leverage best practices for streaming video and saving costs. > Benefit from customer success stories and understanding of real-world video workflows. Learn how to drive revenue and take advantages of the right video solutions for your specific needs. SPEAKER: Patrick Hannah, VP of Engineering at CloudHesive LOCATION: Availity **** Food and drinks will be provided
- Add IOT to your Machine Learning Powered BlockChain Contact Center
Join us at the AWS User Groups of Florida - Jacksonville for a presentation on adding IOT to your Machine Learning powered BlockChain contact center. AGENDA: 6:00 - 6:30PM Networking, Food & Drinks, & User Use Case. 6:30 - 7:30PM Presentations by the AWS Team. 7:30 - 8:00PM Q&A and Wrap-up. USER USE CASE: > Optimization of AWS Environments following AWS Well Architected Framework. Tackling the challenges of Cost, Security, and Control of cloud based applications. SPEAKER: Rafael Moraes Natali | Cloud Engineer @ Centauro Solutions S.A. PRESENTATION: > Integrating Amazon Connect call flows with your CRM. > Leveraging Machine Data to derive insights from Amazon Connect derived data. > Make your call center agent’s lives easier by providing relevant information to them ahead of the call. > Call your Bitcoin broker with the click of a single button. Literally. SPEAKER: Patrick Hannah | VP of Engineering @ CloudHesive
- AWS Users Group of Jacksonville - AWS re:Invent 2018 Recap
Join us at the AWS User Group of Florida - Jacksonville for a presentation fully dedicated to recapping re:Invent. If you could not be one of the 60,000+ in attendance at Amazon AWS re:Invent, the yearly Amazon Cloud Conference, join us to get the 411 on what major announcements that were made in Las Vegas. This will be an interactive presentation and Q&A with AWS prize give-a-ways. * Please note time has been adjusted * AGENDA: 4:30 - 5:00 Networking, Food, and Drinks. 5:00 - 6:00 Presentations by CloudHesive 6:00 - 6:30 Q&A and Wrap-up. PRESENTATIONS: > New AWS services & Products > Exciting announcements > Updated features SPEAKERS: > Patrick Hannah | VP of Engineering @ CloudHesive
- DevOps and Containers with AWS
Join us at the AWS User Groups of Florida - Jacksonville for a presentation on DevOps and Containers with AWS! AGENDA: 4:30 - 4:45 Networking, Food and Drinks. 4:45 - 5:45 Presentation by AWS. 5:45 - 6:00 Q&A and Wrap-up PRESENTATION: > Introduce Amazon's productivity tools for reducing software development release cycles, including tools for continuous integration and delivery workflows. SPEAKER: > Tristian Li | Solutions Architect @ Amazon Web Services
- Explore the AWS Cloud with a Deep-dive into Amazon LightSail
Join the AWS User Group of Jacksonville as we join forces with the Jacksonville Cloud Computing Group! (https://www.meetup.com/jaxcloudug/) Mike Coleman, an Amazon Web Services Senior Developer Advocate on the Lightsail team will be introducing us and walking us through deploying an application on Amazon Lightsail. Are you looking to move to the cloud, but aren’t sure quite where to start? Are you already using AWS, and are looking for ways to simplify some of your workflows? If you answered “yes” (or even “maybe”) to either one of those questions, this hands-on workshop is for you. We’re going to take you through using Amazon Lightsail, an AWS service that provides the quickest way to get started in the cloud, to deploy and scale an application on AWS. At the end of the workshop you’ll have a better understanding of: · What is Amazon Lightsail · Why choose Amazon Lightsail · How do deploy a preconfigured Amazon Lightsail blueprint · Using operating system only blueprints to deploy custom applications · Scaling your application with Amazon Lightsail load balancers As always, Food and refreshments will be provided! We look forward to seeing you there!
- Building Amazon Alexa Skills with Tim Clark
Join the AWS User Group of Jacksonville as we explore building skills on Amazon Alexa. Tim Clark, founder of Nikos Computer Engineering, will be presenting on creating skills for Amazon Alexa. There are two approaches to creating new Alexa skills: Flash Briefing and Custom Skills. The presentation will cover the fundamental concepts of each approach, how each one can be best utilized, and the business case of how to create value for business customers. Tim will provide a demonstration of how to get started in creating your very own Alexa Skill, including how to publish the skill to the Alexa Skill Store. -----SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY----- Tim Clark is a 10X Entrepreneur, the founder of Nikos Computer Engineering, and a Certified Amazon Web Services Software Developer and Solutions Architect. Tim utilizes AWS to develop software solutions for small businesses using Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Natural Language Understanding. He founded Nikos for the opportunity to develop high-quality, custom software solutions for small business, to automate, operate and grow their businesses. Tim is an industry leader in using Amazon Alexa to voice-activate existing products and services and to provide unprecedented customer service through voice technology. He has the prominent distinction of holding a Professional Engineering license in the state of Florida as a Professional Computer Engineer. When not working with technology, Tim enjoys river life with his wife Jessica and their three boys in Jacksonville, Florida. ------------------------------ As always, Food and refreshments will be provided! We look forward to seeing you there!