Content tagged with: amazon
Learn strategies, tools and techniques for migrating enterprise software systems to Amazon Web Services (AWS). We consider applications like Oracle eBusiness Suite, SAP, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Siebel. These applications are complex by themselves; they are frequently customized; they have many touch points on other systems in the enterprise; and they often have large associated databases.
Running applications in the cloud presents a set of interesting new problems, constraints and opportunities. In this talk, attendees will learn how best to deploy, run and manage their Spring applications in the Amazon cloud.
Since 2008, Airbnb has relied on AWS to grow its community-based, travel marketplace to over 9 million guests in five years. Find out how the five-person operations team can focus on building a successful travel business because AWS allows Airbnb to scale its infrastructure automatically to host up to 150,000 guests any day or night.
Ten years ago the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform was launched and in that time it has dominated and shaped the way cloud computing is viewed. Even after a decade there are still a lot of buzzwords flying around and putting your app in the cloud is often sold as a simple, cure-all solution. So what’s really involved?
Ever wondered how Netflix manage its Cloud infrastructure Join Carl Quinn, former manager of their Engineering Cloud Tools Team, for an overview of the cloud architecture that helps the behemoth site run.
Across industries, companies want to emulate AWS functionality in order to bring that productivity into the enterprise more securely, reliably and cost-effectively. Learn how you can extend the AWS value proposition to build a hybrid cloud strategy that drives innovation, new efficiencies and transforms your business.
Explore the financial considerations of owning and operating a traditional data center versus utilizing cloud infrastructure. The session will consider many cost factors which can be overlooked when comparing models, such as provisioning, procurement, training, support contracts and software licensing. Learn how to further reduce your current costs on AWS and improve your spend predictability.
This video discusses and demonstrates key concepts and design patterns for continuous deployment and integration using technologies like AWS OpsWorks and Chef to enable better control of applications and infrastructures.
At iPaper we had a not too uncommon problem: growth that was tough to keep up with using traditional hosting. Just moving everything to the cloud wasn’t an option since we already had a large system running, and not everything fit the Cloud options available.
Amazon Redshift is the new data warehouse service from Amazon Web Services. Redshift offers you fast query performance when analyzing virtually any size data set using the same SQL-based tools and business intelligence applications you use today.