- AWS Kansas City re:Launch Event!!!
Hey everyone! Guess what!! Time for an AWS Kansas City User Group re:Launch Event!!! We'll be at the wonderful Boulevard Brewery. Please join us for an afternoon packed full of AWSomeness! Enjoy presentations on security, certification, training, DeepRacer, migration strategies, and much, much more. Come prepared to enjoy time with us, we’ll have brewery beverages, soda, and hors d'oeuvre. We’d love to see you, register quickly as space is limited. And, of course we’ll have lots of prizes and AWS swag! Hope to see you there!
- Evening with Corey Quinn
Corey Quinn, AWS consultant and author of the popular blog 'Last Week in AWS' will be in town, and has graciously offered to come talk AWS with us. https://lastweekinaws.com/ https://www.screaminginthecloud.com/ https://www.quinnadvisory.com/
- Building a Cloud-Based Call Center with AWS Connect
We will discuss how NIPR built a call center with AWS Connect, its surrounding serverless components, the experience so far, and the next integrations and automations on the roadmap. Food will be provided and parking info will be distributed prior to the event. Please RSVP before the day of, to ensure you have food and a parking code. Park at the surface parking lot that is located at the corner of 12th Street and Grand Boulevard, just north of the Sprint Center and the Basketball Experience. This surface parking lot is across the street from the Town Pavilion Parking Garage. I will be watching for messages in Meetup.com if anyone has questions.
- From Monolith to Serverless - NAIC’s First Cloud App
The NAIC team will host and present about their adventures in serverless. Please RSVP for the parking lot code! Park at the surface parking lot that is located at the corner of 12th Street and Grand Boulevard, just north of the Sprint Center and the Basketball Experience. This surface parking lot is across the street from the Town Pavilion Parking Garage. I will be watching for messages in Meetup.com if anyone has questions. Thanks, Tony
- Migrating to Aurora
• What we'll do Roger Eisentrager will be presenting about the journey of migrating legacy databases to Amazon Aurora. The talk will start at 6:00, but feel free to show up at 5:30 or so if you want to socialize, etc. • What to bring • Important to know
- Discuss data processing with AWS Kinesis and Lambda
Jason Roe will be leading a discussion on how they are using AWS Kinesis and Lambda to process data t Balance Innovations.
- Talk about AWS Certifications
Patrick Ryan from CloudAcademy has generously offered to come speak to us. Below is a synopsis of what he will cover: What are the AWS Certifications? This is an overview of AWS certification levels: architecting, development and SysOps domains, the AWS certification process, expected study requirements, and an overview of exam formats. What are the benefits? We'll discuss the business benefits of being certified, best practice and compliance, team roadmaps, making the most of new AWS features, and AWS partner program / consulting partner certification requirements. More and more people are migrating to the AWS cloud and you may be asking yourself if AWS certification is something your team or business needs to gain maximum value. We're going to talk about AWS Certifications for your team, and the goal is to show how you can benefit from having your team AWS certified. We'll go through the entire process of getting AWS certified.