Introduction to Amazon Web Services for developers
Roman Gomolko with 11 years of experience in development including 4 years of day-to-day work with Amazon Web Services.
Cloud-hosting is buzz-word for a while and in my talk I would like to give an introduction to Amazon Web Services (AWS).
We will talk about basic building blocks of AWS like EC2, ELB, ASG, S3, CloudFront, RDS, IAM, VPC and other scary or funny abbreviations.
Then we will discuss how to migrate existing applications to AWS. This topic includes:
• how to design infrastructure and services to use when migrating
• how to choose proper instance types
• how to estimate infrastructure cost
• how it will affect performance of application migrated
Then we will make an overview of services provided by AWS and possible apply in your current of future applications:
And if we survive we will talk a little how to design Cloud applications. That’s mainly about general principles.
My talk mostly targeted towards decision makers and decisions pushers of small and medium size companies which are consider “going cloud” or already moving into this direction. Everyone interested in gaining knowledge in these areas are welcomed as well.
We will spend around 2–3 hours together and you will be able to pitch-in any questions until we totally goes away from original plan.