• Re-evaluation of latest re:Invent launches

    The Cloud Amsterdam

    Thanks Oblivion Cloud Control for inviting the AWS User Group to your HQ in Amsterdam. Schedule of the evening: 17:00-18:00 Walk in & Pizza 18:00-18:10 Welcome by Oblivion 18:10-18:30 The Value of the Well Architected Review Self Assessment 18:30-19:15 Reevaluating AWS networking structures 19:15-19:30 Learning and insights on AWS DeepRacer 19:30-19:45 Break 19:45-20:00 AWS License Manager, a hassle solved? (Optional Talk) 20:00-20:45 AWS IoT in[masked]:45 End of the meetup The Value of the Well Architected Review Self Assessment Edwin Radtke – Consultant @ Oblivion Cloud Control At re:Invent 2018, the Well Architected Review Self Assessment has been launched. After experiencing the value of the AWS review method, Edwin Radtke dived into the self-assessment tool and will share his opinion on how and when to use this self-assessment variant in practice. Reevaluating AWS networking structures Maarten Bruntink, Cloud Architect @ Oblivion Cloud Control At re:Invent 2018 lots of new AWS network related services and features have been launched. Those updates result in new best practices on how we look at AWS VPC designs. Maarten Bruntink did some deep dives on new AWS Network services and features such as Transit gateway and VPC Sharing. In this talk he will share his insights and vision on use cases. Learning and insights on AWS DeepRacer Frank van Rijt, DSM – Cloud Architect @ DSM During re:Invent 2018, Frank van Rijt, was one of the luck persons who was able to attend the Deep Racer sessions directly after the launch. Deep race cars are available per Q2-2019 however Frank got his Deep Racer from re:Invent home. In this talk Frank will share his experiences and learnings about the Deep racer and training process … and of course he will bring his Deep Racer with him. AWS IoT in 2019 Martijn Smit – Software Architect @ Oblivion IoT The list of IoT related services and feature launches during last re:Invent is impressive. Martijn is IoT specialized software architect and has successfully completed several IoT projects with AWS services such as AWS IoT, Amazon FreeRTOS and AWS Greengrass. In this talk, Martijn will walk us trough the new launched services such as AWS IoT Things Graph and AWS IoT SiteWise, the new IoT related features on Greengrass and Amazon FreeRTOS support for Bluetooth Low Energy as well as important launches on IoT related services such as Amazon Time Stream, the time series database solution. Martijn will elaborate how those new services and features will impact IoT solutions in 2019 and onwards. Accessible for disabled people or people with reduced mobility: Yes Public Transport: 5 min walk from Amstel Station Parking: limited on-site (free), nearby paid (on the streets or parking lot) Food: Pizza, limited vegetarian (all first come first serve)