What we're about

Springfield Amazon Web Services (SGF AWS) User Group is a community-based user group that promotes and advocates for Amazon Web Services in the Springfield Missouri region.

We meet during Dev Night (https://meetup.com/sgfdevs/) (every 1st Wednesday) at The eFactory. Social/Food/Drinks 6pm, Announcements 6:30pm, Presentation 7pm-8pm. Visit our Meetup Page (https://meetup.com/sgf-aws) for any last minute meeting announcements.

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/sgfaws) and register for upcoming events on our Meetup page (https://www.meetup.com/sgf-aws/).

Join our conversation in the #AWS channel of the SGF Devs Slack Group (https://sgfdevs.slack.com)! Need an invite? Click here. (https://sgfdev.slack.matasgf.com/)

Subscribe to local events on the Forward Springfield Technology Calendar ( https://fwdsgf.com ).

Upcoming events (2)

Cloud Networking for Developers

The eFactory (Robert W Plaster Free Enterprise Center)

THIS MEETING IS HOSTED ON THE MONTHLY DEV NIGHT! LEARN MORE AT SPRINGFIELD DEVS MEETUP (https://meetup.com/sgfdevs/). Are you involved in designing and deploying the infrastructure that runs your code? Do you wish you had a better understanding of network services such as VPCs, Subnets, Security Groups, Gateways (IG/NAT), IPs, Network Interfaces, DNS (Route 53), Load Balancers (ALB/ELB), Target Groups, and SSL Certificates? Jason Klein will introduce each of these services and help developers understand what is possible, best practices, and common mistakes so you can design and deploy more secure and more reliable infrastructure. Presented by Jason Klein (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasnk/) Tentative Agenda 6:00pm Social and Dinner (Pizza/Soda/BYOB) 6:30pm Community Announcements 7:00pm Presentation (Infrastructure as Code) 8:00pm Q&A There is no charge to attend. Food and drinks will be provided by Springfield Devs (https://sgf.dev/). Consider supporting them as a Founding Member (https://sgf.dev/member) or a Founding Sponsor (https://sgf.dev/sponsor). You are welcome to bring outside food and beverages. Unable to attend? Tune into our live stream on YouTube, or watch the recording afterwards. https://youtube.com/c/sgfaws

AWS Architecture Case Study

The eFactory (Robert W Plaster Free Enterprise Center)

THIS MEETING IS HOSTED ON THE MONTHLY DEV NIGHT! LEARN MORE AT SPRINGFIELD DEVS MEETUP (https://meetup.com/sgfdevs/). As a developer, are you struggling to picture how you would connect all the different AWS services you need for your app? Join Ben Pomerenke for an AWS Architecture Case Study: Building a Sample App using IoT Core, Dynamo, Lambda, API Gateway and CDN. Ben Pomerenke will discuss how to connect each of these services and help developers understand what is possible, best practices, and common mistakes so you can design and deploy more secure and more reliable infrastructure. Presented by Ben Pomerenke (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-pomerenke-45900120/) Tentative Agenda 6:00pm Social and Dinner (Pizza/Soda/BYOB) 6:30pm Community Announcements 7:00pm Presentation (Infrastructure as Code) 8:00pm Q&A There is no charge to attend. Food and drinks will be provided by Springfield Devs (https://sgf.dev/). Consider supporting them as a Founding Member (https://sgf.dev/member) or a Founding Sponsor (https://sgf.dev/sponsor). You are welcome to bring outside food and beverages. Unable to attend? Tune into our live stream on YouTube, or watch the recording afterwards. https://youtube.com/c/sgfaws

Past events (17)

Getting Started with EC2 Auto-Scaling w/ Levi Zitting

The eFactory (Robert W Plaster Free Enterprise Center)

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