- Meetup with Gabe Hollombe RSVP:https://go.awsugblr.in/meetup-with-gabe-rsvp
** Please RSVP on https://go.awsugblr.in/meetup-with-gabe-rsvp ** We are super-excited to announce that Gabe Hollombe, Technical Evangelist at Amazon Web Services, will be joining us for a meetup. He will be doing live demo on the following topic: Build your own multi-tenant photo album web app with React & GraphQL using AWS Amplify & AppSync In this demo, we build a data-driven web app that lets users upload to shared, secure photo galleries. We use AWS AppSync to get up and running quickly with a GraphQL API that backs our data in Amazon DynamoDB. In addition, we demonstrate how to use AWS Amplify library to authenticate users, communicate with our API, and manage photo uploads. Finally, we add in AI-powered face and object tagging using Amazon Rekognition, allowing users to discover photos without any manual data entry. Please leave your details here to register for the event: https://go.awsugblr.in/meetup-with-gabe-rsvp We have limited seats and registrations will be confirmed on first come basis.
- February Meetup: Build with Serverless
Agenda: Fastrack Serverless App Development with AWS Amplify by Prashanth HN & Adithya Reddy Even though AWS has many serverless services, it takes a lot of time and effort to put them all together. AWS Amplify makes it really easy to add these capabilities to your application with ease and automates lot of details. In this session we will build a sample app using AWS Amplify and see how it can help accelerate development process. RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/bUUOFL9QKtAuwWQp2
- AWS re:Invent Recap
We will be doing a recap of AWS re:Invent and Madhusudan Shekar, Principal Technical Evangelist, Amazon Internet Services Private Limited will be presenting. Agenda: Intro Global Infrastructure Compute Storage and Analytics Databases AI/ML Security IoT New Business Initiatives (Robots, Space) Closing Note Please **DO NOT RSVP** instead fill this form- https://goo.gl/forms/O7CqkIgLlF87hMc03 The venue will be announced shortly
- Wednesday Night Live - AWS re:invent Watch Party!! 🎉
Glad to host the AWS re:invent keynote watch party LIVE. Experience the event as it unravels at Vegas from right here in Bengaluru What happens in Vegas does not necessarily stay in Vegas always 😀 Please **DONOT RSVP** instead fill this form- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfwhOgCJtEQpu9_7ee1WVboU9Kw-jPPNRm4HrUmQGfrTjs3Lw/viewform?usp=sf_link - to help us plan for better logistics A full fledged dinner **WILL NOT** be served but light snacks/refreshments will be provided by the host. Here’s the agenda: 8:30 PM - Registration and Networking 9:00 PM - Snacks/light refreshments 9:30 PM to 12:30 AM - AWS re:invent Keynote LIVE STREAM A HUGE thanks to Bridgei2i for hosting this Meetup at such a short notice!
- Cost optimization with spot instances
-- This is a FREE meetup -- Please DO NOT RSVP here, instead fill this form to help us plan for better logistics - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeUG5vomQGmbnFn5uTiffM6b7Sg1mvI-2SzN4DsOmMRUJzxtQ/viewform?usp=sf_link Glad to announce the November meetup of AWSUGBLR which will be a joint meetup with CloudNative Bangalore and OpenSource Bangalore. The meetup will feature exciting list of international speakers on the theme of cost optimization with spot instances. The event will be held on November 17, 2018 at the new Amazon office on Raj Bhavan road. We would also be hosting couple of guest speakers from customers for this event as we have AWS global speakers. The customer speakers could be from companies like Boomerang ecommerce, Indix, Spotinst and Saket. The exact list of customer companies\speakers will be updated soon. The finalized agenda will be updated in the next few days. Agenda: 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM - Registration & Networking 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM - Cloud Financial Management Fundamentals Spencer Marley, Commercial Architect, Amazon Web Services 11:00 AM to 11:40 AM - Spot intro & demo, Chakra Nagarajan, Solutions Architect, Amazon Internet Services Private Ltd 11:40 AM to 12:00 PM - Spotinst, Saket, Head of Business Development-Spotinst 12:00 PM to 12:45 PM - Panel - Indix, Boomerang, Spencer, Saket, Chakra A BIG thanks to AISPL for hosting this meetup event.
- AWS Community Day Bengaluru 2018
*** Registrations for AWS Community Day Bengaluru 2018 are now open! Agenda, details and all the info at https://communityday.awsugblr.in/ *** AWS User Group Bengaluru had organized the first ever (globally third) AWS Community Day in Bengaluru, on 28th Oct 2017. The all-day event which featured two parallel tracks ‐ Use Cases / Success Stories and Workshops ‐ was a huge success. AWS Users Group Bengaluru is back with a bang to host the most awaited event, AWS Community Day Bengaluru 2018, unveiling success stories, use cases & much more from industry leaders. Register now - https://konfhub.com/awsdays#booking
- August Meetup: Amazon ECS Workshop & AWS Fargate Overview
August Meetup of AWSUGBLR which will be a joint meetup with Container Developers and will be a workshop on Amazon ECS, EKS and Fargate. The event will be held on August 11, 2018 at MoEngage. RSVP: Meetup RSVP will be closed, please register for the workshop at https://amazonecsworkshop.splashthat.com/ About The Event: Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) is a highly scalable, high-performance container orchestration service that supports Docker containers and allows you to easily run and scale containerized applications on AWS. In this session, participants can expect to learn about Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) and AWS Fargate. They will get introduced to basic Amazon ECS constructs and how they can run their containerised applications and micro services on AWS. Who should attend: This workshop is intended mainly for Developers and DevOps engineers who are either about to or are in the initial stages of their container journey. This will not be a Docker 101 session. The audience should have basic knowledge of Linux containers and AWS. Ideal for development teams, engineers, and architects who are eager to learn how to deploy applications in highly available, scalable architectures. Agenda: The agenda is as below: 10:00AM – 10:15AM - Introduction to Containers and Why Containers? 10:15AM – 11:15AM - Session on Amazon Elastic Container Service 11:15AM – 12:00PM - Overview of AWS Fargate & Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes 12:00PM – 12:30PM - Q&A Since this will be a workshop, please carry your laptops and ensure they are charged. About the Speaker: Subhrangshu (Subbu) is a Senior Technical account manager with Amazon India and is responsible for managing Enterprise support customers for AWS. He has 17+ years of experience in the IT industry and has worked around the world with Global companies. Subbu specializes in Linux container technology and has been working on containers since 2011. Venue MoEngage India Private Limited Moksha Mansion, 151, Sarjapur Main Road, Koramangala 1st Block,, 4th Floor, Bengaluru, KA[masked] August 11 10:00AM – 12:30PM RSVP: Meetup RSVP will be closed, please register for the workshop at https://amazonecsworkshop.splashthat.com/
- Walkthrough of Spark and Presto Enterprise Use Cases on AWS
Event Agenda 09:00-10:00 hrs - Registration 10:00-10:15 hrs - Welcome Note 10:15-11:00 hrs - Session 1, Workload Aware Autoscaling and Spot Integration in Qubole Presto 11:00-11:15 hrs - Short break 11:15-12:00 hrs - Session 2, Kinesis Connector for Spark Streaming on AWS 12:00-12:30 hrs - Q&A 12:30-13:00 hrs - Lunch and Networking Session 1 Workload-Aware Autoscaling and Spot Integration in Qubole Presto You will learn: Introduction to Presto (this is mainly to set stage for why autoscaling or spot needs special integrations) Workload aware autoscaling in Presto Customer case study for autoscaling with cost savings Spot Integration Spot Termination Notification Handling Intelligent query retry mechanism Speaker: Raunaq Morarka - Software Engineer, Qubole (https://www.linkedin.com/in/raunaq-morarka-39917b15/) Session 2 Kinesis Connector for Spark Streaming on AWS You will learn: Introduction to Spark Structured Streaming Challenges in using Kinesis as Input Source for Structured Streaming Design Choices and the final implementation Demo Speaker: Vikram Agarwal - Software Engineer, Qubole (https://www.linkedin.com/in/itsvikramagr/)
- Secure Code Workshop
Are you a secure code warrior? This workshop will offer attendees a hands-on, gamified training environment where they compete against each other to become the ultimate ‘Secure Code Warrior’. Participants can first select from various software languages to compete in a tournament, including Java EE, Java Spring, C# MVC, C# WebForms, Ruby on Rails, Python Django and Node.Js. Attendees are then presented with three kinds of vulnerable code challenges: identify the problem, locate the insecure code, and fix the vulnerability. Elements such as published leaderboards and configurable point systems will make the exercise a fun, engaging and interactive experience. Attendees will: • Learn how to code securely and not introduce security issues in code. • Learn how to identify vulnerabilities in code. • Learn how to fix existing vulnerability in code. • Learn about the most common mistakes developers make in code, including the OWASP top 10 • Understand that there are different ways of coding securely, but that some solutions are actually better than others. About the speaker Vijay Nagaraj is a Senior Full Stack Engineer at Secure Code Warrior, a global security company that makes software development better and more secure. After security testing at Wells Fargo in India, Vijay moved from hacking web applications to educating developers on how to protect their own applications. Vijay has run workshops at financial and telecommunications organisations in India. He specialises in web application and infrastructure security technologies.
- Multi-cloud configuration management and security on AWS - with OffSecBlr
1. HashiCorp Toolchain 1. Terraform (orchestrate multi-platform cloud deployments) 2. Packer (creating identical machine images for multiple platforms from a single source configuration) 3. Vault 2. Configuration Management using Chef 3. Building multi-cloud analytics solution 4. Designing Security for Multi-Cloud and a Microservices by OffSec BLR(https://www.meetup.com/offsecblr/)