AWS re:Invent 2016: Workshop: Addressing Your Business Needs with AWS (ARC210)

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Come and participate with other AWS customers as we focus on the overall experience of using AWS to solve business problems. This is a great opportunity to collaborate with existing and prospective AWS users to validate your thinking and direction with AWS peers, discuss the resources that aid AWS solution design, and give direct feedback on your experience building solutions on AWS.

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AWS re:Invent 2016: Workshop: Addressing Your Business Needs with AWS (ARC210)

  1. 1. © 2016, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its Affiliates. All rights reserved. Kevin Volk Dana Sindona AWS Solutions Builder Team November 29, 2016 Workshop: Addressing Your Business Needs with AWS ARC210
  2. 2. What to Expect from the Session • Share your experiences and expertise • Learn from other AWS customers • Collaborate and strategize, with input from AWS facilitators • Give direct feedback to AWS
  3. 3. Workshop Format “Unconference” • Collaborative, participant-driven discussion • Questions are encouraged Chatham House Rule applies • All topics are welcome • Everything stays in this room When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speakers, nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.
  4. 4. Workshop Timeline • Introductions – 10 minutes • Group Icebreaker – 15 minutes • Presentation – 25 Minutes • Group Activity – 50 minutes • Group Lightning Talks – 40 minutes • Closing Thoughts – 10 minutes
  5. 5. AWS Solutions Definition
  6. 6. AWS vetted, automated, turnkey reference implementations that address common customer business needs
  7. 7. Platform (Horizontal) Solution Categories Account Management Logging Networking Configuration Management Migration Security Infrastructure Management Mobile Web Applications
  8. 8. Industry Vertical Solution Categories Gaming Financial Services Energy & Utilities Gaming Media & Entertainment Travel & Hospitality Healthcare & Life Sciences Telecommunications
  9. 9. Group Icebreaker
  10. 10. Group Icebreaker – by Table 1. Choose a table representative (scribe) 2. Individual introductions (~ 1 minute each) • Who are you? • Why are you here? • What is your use case? • Why is it cool? 3. Scribe captures proposed table topics (industry, business problem, functional category) 4. Categorize and consolidate use cases, form teams
  11. 11. AWS Solutions Collateral
  12. 12. Solutions Contents Automation Implementation Guide Get Answers: aws.amazon.com/answers
  13. 13. Solutions Follow Well-Architected Principles Security Performance Reliability Cost Optimization
  14. 14. Transit VPC Solution • Deploys a Cisco-based transit VPC • Connects multiple, geographically dispersed VPCs and remote networks • Leverages Cisco offering from AWS Marketplace for ease of deployment
  15. 15. Amazon EC2 Scheduler Start and stop EC2 instances on a schedule
  16. 16. AWS WAF Security Automations Deploys customizable AWS WAF rules designed to filter common web-based attacks
  17. 17. Additional Solutions Data Lake on AWS* Cross Account Manager* ClassicLink Mirror VPN Monitor AWS Limit Monitor Enterprise Accelerator for Microsoft Servers EBS Snapshot Scheduler Centralized Logging Cost Optimization: EC2 Right Sizing Cost Optimization Monitor
  18. 18. Group Activity
  19. 19. Solution Walkthrough • Review workshop objectives • Work in teams (feel free to float) • Choose a scribe • Refer to the handout for suggested guidelines • Use materials given (whiteboards, flip charts, etc.)
  20. 20. Group Activity • What problem did you tackle? • What solution did you create? • What tools, resources, technology did you use? • What was helpful, unhelpful, unknown? • What could have made your journey better/easier? We will reconvene in ~45 minutes...
  21. 21. Activity Wrap-Up • What tools, resources, technology did you use? • What was helpful, unhelpful, unknown? • What could have made your journey better/easier? • What do you know now that you wish you had known before?
  22. 22. Lightning Talks
  23. 23. Closing Thoughts
  24. 24. Thank you!
  25. 25. Remember to complete your evaluations!

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