Cloud Honolulu is a group of users who are interested in the ecosystem around cloud computing and solutions architecture in general.
Who are we? We are just a group of GCP/AWS (and cloud) enthusiasts, which means we do not work for AWS or GCP nor get commissions from them. We won't be pitching you into buying stuff. All we want is to share our knowledge about cloud computing and create a space where all Hawaiians can reach out with cloud-related topics.
Our intent is to spread the voice out, create working sessions, share our expertise, and, of course, have a good time, and share some beers and pizza!
Our Mission Our mission is to, as a group, create a space where anyone in the state of Hawaii can find answers and guidance on how to leverage the world's largest public cloud providers.
Who should join? You really don't need to be an expert about cloud computing to participate. We invite folks from any kind of background and seniority to join us. Whether you are a student at UH/HPU, a businessman with a startup idea, or an experienced Software Engineer we encourage you to join our group and we will thrive to make your cloud experience as smooth as possible. Although it is not strictly necessary to have an IT background, be prepared to get in-depth from time to time!
What do the meetups look like? The initial intent for our meetings is to have one or two working sessions where members can share cool AWS related stuff they are working on, introduce new services, troubleshoot problems participants may have, or architecture cloud-native applications. Last but not last...have a couple of beers and pizza!
What's next? 1. In order to tailor the content of the meetup as much as possible, we would love to hear how familiar you are with cloud (AWS, GCP, Azure, etc), what your background is, and what you expect from this group. You can start by answering this one-question poll: https://www.meetup.com/aws-honolulu-user-gr ...
Location: Gordon Biersch (1 Aloha Tower Drive)
Guest Speaker from Radiant Logic
Migrating to the New World of Hybrid Identity - Cloud vs. On-Premise
Speaker - Nick Koeppen Senior Solutions Architect - Radiant Logic
During this session, you will learn about the challenges that companies face surrounding identity data when migrating existing on-premise applications and data source to the cloud. Nick will lead a discussion around how to tackle the complications of processing authentication and authorization for SaaS and legacy apps in an efficient and timely fashion. They will discuss solutions for maintaining a hybrid environment while still providing a seamless and transparent end-user experience without the headache of being sandboxed by proprietary platforms, and how facilitating real-time provisioning to cloud solutions provides the opportunity to take control of your identities and leverage them in ways that will give you an advantage over your competition.
Drinks and appetizers provided.
Do come to network, to meet new and old friends, to learn about best
practices and to exchange ideas between IAM professionals.
** The names and/or products mentioned in this meetup do not constitute an endorsement by Cloud HNL and does not imply a recommendation over other suitable products or companies.