Master the fundamentals of Cloud online and for free!
Our AWS experts are here to help accelerate your cloud journey, get up and running with AWS services fast and start adding value to your business as soon as possible.
Content will be available in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Hebrew.
Free cloud training, provided by experts
AWSome Day attendees will receive free, step-by-step introductions and training on core AWS services for compute, storage, database and networking. Plus, we’ll share best practices for architecting and cost optimization.
AWS technical experts will provide detailed explanations of key service features, share real-world use cases, walk through technical demos, and be available to answer all your questions live.
- Gain a deeper understanding of AWS core and application services
- Learn how to deploy and automate your infrastructure on the AWS Cloud
- Receive free training to help you prepare for the AWS Certified Cloud Practioner exam
Who should attend
IT managers, system engineers, system administrators, developers, architects, and business leaders.
Content will be available in English, French, Spanish, Italian, Hebrew and German.
Module 1: Introduction to the AWS Cloud
Introduces the value of cloud and the benefits of adopting AWS Cloud.
Module 2: Getting Started with the cloud
Provides an overview of several AWS services – what they do, when and how to use them.
Module 3: Building in the cloud
Deep dives into several services that support building in the cloud, from scalable applications, monitoring your resources, automating deployments, connecting and sharing data, to content delivery.
Module 4: Secure your Cloud applications
Outlines how AWS approaches cloud security, the AWS Shared Responsibility Model, AWS Access Control and Management, AWS Security Compliance Programs, and resources to help you better understand AWS Cloud security options.
Module 5: AWS Pricing, Support and Architecting
Explores the fundamentals of AWS support plans, elements of pricing for several key services, as well as AWS Architecting, including the Well-Architected Framework and reference architectures for Fault Tolerance & High Availability and Web Hosting.
To close the day, we will share some ideas and inspirational thoughts to take your apps or IT architecture to the next level and start building on what you have learned.
Adrian Hornsby, Technical Evangelist, AWS
Adrian is a senior technical evangelist at Amazon Web Services and is based in the Nordics. He has over 15 years of experience in the IT industry, having worked as a software and systems engineer; a backend, web, and mobile developer; and part of DevOps teams where his focus has been on cloud infrastructure and site reliability, writing application software, deploying servers, and managing large-scale architectures. The truth is that Adrian loves breaking stuff—controlled chaos is his thing. Adrian frequently speaks at conferences and community meetups, and he blogs at https://medium.com/@adhorn.
Cobus Bernard, Technical Evangelist, AWS
Cobus is a Technical Evangelist at AWS helping developers understand how best to use AWS. His primary interests are in security, containers and DevOps. Prior to joining AWS, he was a customer for 8 years building in the FinTech, HealthCare and Online Gaming space. In the past 14 years, he has worked on C#/Java backends, Android / iOS app development and some game development, one of which is now available on Steam. In the last few years he has focussed on spreading DevOps best practices and helping companies adopt them. Founder of the Cape Town DevOps Meetup group and co-organiser of DevOpsDays Cape Town.
Isabel Huerga Ayza, Sr. Technical Account Manager, AWS
Isabel is a Senior Technical Account Manager at AWS. With more than 15 years of experience in the IT Industry, across a variety of roles from Systems and Network Administrator, Architect of virtual environments and Project Manager, she has witnessed evolution of cloud technology from multiple perspectives. Now, she focuses on helping enterprise customers apply best practices in the design, delivery and operation of their AWS environments.