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In the era of digital transformation organizations are seeking to innovate faster to provide better customer experiences and outperform their peers. Developer time is valuable and is best spent on high-value features rather than routine and repetitive tasks. Increasingly, engineering leaders are exploring how low-code tools can help improve developer productivity, reduce costs, and deliver value to customers faster.
Join experts from DevOps Institute and AWS to explore low-code development, best-fit use cases, practical tools for developers and how to achieve your application delivery goals with AWS.
Attendees will learn about:
- What projects or use-cases are best fit for low-code approaches
- What levels of abstraction developers can build with using low-code from visual point-and-click to editing code
- AWS customers that are using low-code tools to accelerate development while adhering to security and governance policies
- Delivering applications faster using AWS and low-code tools from AWS Marketplace like Outsystems, Appian, and SnapLogic
Who Should Attend?
Chief Technology Officers (CTOs), DevOps and engineering leaders, developers, cloud architects, and site reliability engineers.
Leo Murillo, Ambassador, DevOps Institute
Leonardo Murillo is the founder of Cloud Native Architects, CTO at Qwinix, and DevOps Institute Ambassador. Leo brings a wide-ranging industry perspective, with over 20 years of experience building technology and leading teams all the way from startups to Fortune 500s. He is passionate about cloud-native technologies, organizational transformation, and the open-source community. A believer in human potential and the transformative power of technology, Leo focuses on exploring leading-edge technologies hands-on and pondering on technology strategy.
Kishore Vinjam, Partner Solution Architect, AWS
Technology enthusiast, Kishore Vinjam is a Partner Solution Architect at AWS, covering AWS Marketplace, AWS Service Catalog, and AWS Control Tower. He is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect, with infrastructure management and governance and solution design and development at scale as his core skills. His work experience includes architecting complex solutions and migration strategies for organizations of different sizes at several phases of their technology innovations.
About DevOps Institute:
DevOps Institute is a professional membership organization that works to advance the human elements of DevOps. They create a safe and interactive environment where members can network, gain knowledge, grow their careers, support enterprise transformation, and celebrate professional achievements. They are not just an information source; they connect and enable the global Member community to drive human transformation in the digital age.
AWS Marketplace is a digital software catalog that makes it easy to find, try, buy, deploy, and manage software that runs on AWS. AWS Marketplace has a broad and deep selection of ISV solutions that can help you drive modern application development in the cloud.
These products can be integrated with AWS Services and other existing technologies, enabling you to design, build, deploy, and optimize applications using DevOps best practices.