Riot Games serves an international base of players that creates terabytes of data daily. With their data centers quickly reaching capacity, Riot Games migrated their entire warehouse to AWS in order to scale operations more effectively. Learn how Riot Games used DynamoDB and Elastic MapReduce to import millions of rows of customer metrics. Hear about […]
The average game developer only monetizes 2-3% of their customers. What if you could monetize 100% of them? We’ll talk with Bryan Mashinter from Backflip Studios about three new ways to do this. In this session you’ll learn about: Amazon Underground where customers get premium apps and in-app items for free and developers get paid […]
Learn more about AWS: amzn.to/1LE1Tgv Do you need to run an AWS Lambda function on a schedule, without an event to trigger the invocation? This session shows how to use an Amazon CloudWatch metric and CloudWatch alarms, Amazon SNS, and Lambda so that Lambda triggers itself every minute—no external services required! From here, other Lambda […]
Learn more about AWS: amzn.to/1L4fk5L Media delivery requirements are continually changing, driven by accelerating mobile, tablet, smart TV, and set-top technology advances. Media services need to deliver higher-resolution content at lower bitrates to consumers, which has traditionally been a compute-intensive undertaking with slow advancements in the adoption of video codecs, containers, and related technologies. In […]
Learn more about AWS: amzn.to/1LbwU5P Elastic Load Balancing automatically distributes incoming application traffic across multiple Amazon EC2 instances for fault tolerance and load distribution. In this session, we go into detail about Elastic Load Balancing’s configuration and day-to-day management, as well as its use in conjunction with Auto Scaling. We explain how to make decisions […]
Learn more about AWS: amzn.to/1P4tszS In today’s world, grid computing needs are dynamic due to business, market, and technology changes. With AWS, you can easily create grid computing clusters running Microsoft HPC Pack 2012 R2 to meet these dynamic computing needs. This session covers architectural patterns and best practices using Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, AWS Directory […]
Learn more about AWS: amzn.to/1OqIvCB Building great products, ones that are aesthetically appealing as well as functionally sound, requires cutting-edge design and engineering. Given the high cost of physical testing prototypes, engineering organizations are turning to simulation and analysis using digital models, but compute requirements for these have traditionally required expensive on-premises infrastructure. But now, […]
Whether you are building an e-commerce site or a business application, security is a key consideration when architecting your website or application. In this session, you will learn more about some of the things CloudFront does behind the scenes to protect the delivery of your content such as OCSP Stapling and Perfect Forward Secrecy. We […]
Moving terabyte and petabyte volumes of data into the cloud can be a challenge for many businesses. Come learn how you can use Snowball, a new AWS feature, to move large-scale (terabyte and petabyte) data to AWS storage services.
As enterprises move to the cloud, robust connectivity is often an early consideration. AWS Direct Connect provides a more consistent network experience for accessing your AWS resources, typically with greater bandwidth and reduced network costs. This session dives deep into the features of AWS Direct Connect and VPNs. We discuss deployment architectures and demonstrate the […]
In this session, we walk through the Amazon VPC network presentation and describe the problems we were trying to solve when we created it. Next, we walk through how these problems are traditionally solved, and why those solutions are not scalable, inexpensive, or secure enough for AWS. Finally, we provide an overview of the solution […]
Amazon’s Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) continues to evolve with new capabilities and enhancements. These features give you increasingly greater isolation, control, and visibility at the all-important networking layer. In this session, we review some of the latest changes, discuss their value, and describe their use cases.