- AWS Security 101 / Monthly Meetup
At this month's meetup, Dave Santeramo will give a brief introduction to AWS Security including IAM, AWS Networks and Cloud Trail. Following Dave's presentation will be our regular monthly Q&A and best practice idea sharing. About Dave Santeramo: Dave is a security architect at Mainline Information Systems with more than 20 years security design and operations experience. https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-santeramo-3528561/
- Monthly AWS Meetup
This month's meetup is at CommerceHub Albany. Pizza will start at 6:30. Please note the front security is only at building until 7. Arrival between 6:30 and 7:00 is optimal. There is no scheduled presentation this month, but we will have general AWS discussions. Bring your questions and AWS use case stories that you would like to share! I look forward to seeing everyone! Thanks, Scott
- Monthly AWS Meetup
This month's meetup is back at CommerceHub Albany and we will begin Pizza at 6:30. Please note the front security is at building until 7. Arrival between 6:30 and 7:00 is optimal. There is no scheduled presentation this month, but will have general AWS discussions. Bring your questions and AWS use case stories that you would like to share! I look forward to seeing everyone! Thanks, Scott
- re:Invent 2018 Recap
Round table discussions on news and announcements from re:Invent 2018! Were you there? What services and features are you most excited about? Are you putting anything new to use or have plans to do so? Tons of Serverless news! From Websocket support on API Gateway, Custom Runtime, Ruby Lambda support, Lambda Layers, Firecracker microVMs, and more! IoT Events, DynamoDB On-Demand, SageMaker Neo ...to controling and ingesting satellite data with AWS Ground Station. There is a lot to discuss!
- Safe Lambda Deployments
AWS Lambda and AWS CodeDeploy enable developers to safely deploy new application code to production. In this talk, we will discuss how Saks Fifth Avenue adopted 'safe deployment' practices for AWS Lambda functions. We'll examine traffic shifting, traffic hooks, YAML configuration, and the CodeDeploy API. About the speaker: Sean Sullivan is a Principal Software Engineer at the Hudson's Bay Company. Sean has worked on a variety of backoffice engineering projects, including payment processing and email generation. He is a contributor to open source projects and has contributed to Amazon's AWS SDK for Java version 2.0. He lives in Portland Oregon.
- 2019 Planning and Suggestions
This week we will be focussing on planning and an open forum discussion around what folks want to hear about in the coming year. We've locked down another year of hosting from CommerceHub and now it's time to start planning some sessions. We are set up to have 4 - 15-minute lightning talks (still looking for volunteers) for our November session and in December due to holidays we will replace our Meetup with a "Cool Stuff from Re: Invent" post. If you are unable to attend and want to contribute please send an email to Scott or me with suggestions. **Please note new start time**
- Configuration Management for EC2: Case Study and Tutorial
Will Macaluso from WB Games New York (Troy office) will walk through configuration management and a high level overview of what the system environment looks like at WBNY, and then dive into how they use SaltStack for EC2 configuration and deployment.
- Consul on AWS: service discovery, key/value storage and more.
Ed Bartholomew, Senior Engineer at New Context will present on using Consul on AWS for service discovery, key/value storage and more. About Ed's company: New Context (newcontext.com) is an innovator in the security of data for highly regulated industries including energy, telecommunications, finance and retail. We provide consulting services and build tools that help our customers around the globe prepare for security orchestration, building critical infrastructure that works with emerging tech.