AWS re:Invent 2019 re:Cap
Public Sector Edition
LONDON



Join us in London on Wednesday, 22 January, 2020, for Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent re:Cap Public Sector Edition.

Catch up on the highlights from re:Invent, AWS’ global cloud-computing conference held annually in Las Vegas. For one day only, we’re bringing the major product launches, keynotes, service announcements, and breakout sessions to London.

Our agenda features business and technology learning tracks covering migration, security, machine learning, artificial intelligence, serverless, and more. Get your technical and business questions answered by AWS experts and close out the day with a networking reception.

Here’s what you can expect:


  • A keynote featuring Chris Hayman, Director of UK Public Sector, Amazon Web Services, and customer speakers from across the public sector
  • Technical and business learning sessions led by AWS experts
  • A networking reception and other opportunities to speak with AWS and industry experts


Who should attend?

Whether you are new to AWS or an experienced user, you can learn something new at our re:Invent re:Cap. Our event aims to benefit both a technical and business audience.

 

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Agenda

08:00 Breakfast & Registration 
09:00 Opening Plenary: AWS in the UK
Chris Hayman, Director UK&I Public Sector - AWS
10:15 Networking Break
BREAKOUT TRACKS

Technical Track
Management Track
10:40 Optimising workloads on AWS (part 1)
This session will look at the re:Invent announcements related to the AWS services used for delivering typical public sector workloads in the cloud. We'll cover a range of topics, including traditional EC2-based workloads, containers, Serverless, and the networking, security and management tools that can support them.
How to go from zero to hundreds of certified AWS engineers
For many organizations, a perceived or real lack of cloud skills in their staff can limit their move to the cloud. Learn the 12 steps that have been proven to work with many customers around the world to help skill up their workforce and accelerate their journeys.
11:35 Optimising workloads on AWS (part 2)
This session will look at the re:Invent announcements related to the AWS services used for delivering typical public sector workloads in the cloud. We'll cover a range of topics, including traditional EC2-based workloads, containers, Serverless, and the networking, security and management tools that can support them.
Laying the Groundwork for Change - Cloud Culture Starts at the Top
Join this session to learn more about the importance of executive sponsorship to establish priorities and secure the resources to drive a cloud strategy forward. We also share best practices and patterns to build a single threaded, multi-disciplinary team to incubate and accelerate cloud initiatives that transform the way technology supports the business.
12:25 Lunch 
13:20 Unlocking value from data (Part 1)
This session will look at the re:Invent announcements related to big data, and the analytics and machine learning that can be used to deliver business value for public sector organisations from their existing datasets.
How Amazon Innovates
How does Amazon innovate? This session will share how the company has been inventing on behalf of customers for 20 years, treating every day as Day 1.
14:15 Unlocking value from data (Part 2)
This session will look at the re:Invent announcements related to big data, and the analytics and machine learning that can be used to deliver business value for public sector organisations from their existing datasets.
Enabling Resilience Through the Cloud: AWS Disaster Response Program
The AWS Disaster Response Program, launched in August 2018, is focused on helping public sector organizations (governments, NGOs, educational institutions) leverage AWS technology before, during, and after disasters.
15:05 Networking Break
15:30 Compute at the Edge
This session will look at the announcements that AWS made covering compute at the edge, including AWS IoT, AWS Outposts, AWS Local Zones, and AWS WaveLength
Cost Optimisation on AWS
Moving from an on-premises environment into AWS is just the start of the journey towards cost optimization. In this session we’ll look at a range of ways in which our customers can understand their costs and increase their return-on-investment.
16:25 Hands-on & Quiz
The final session of the day will have live demos covering some of the features and services we launched at re:Invent. We will finish with a quiz, to see what people have learned throughout the day!
17:15 Post-event reception




Venue

etc. Venues
133 Houndsditch,
Liverpool Street,
London EC3A 7BX

www.etcvenues.co.uk