Videos

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (ISM301) Engineering Netflix Global Operations in the Cloud

2 years ago
Operating a massively scalable, constantly changing, distributed global service is a daunting task. We innovate at breakneck speed to attract new customers and stay ahead of the competition. This means more features, more experiments, more deployments, more engineers making changes in production environments, and ever-increasing complexity. Simultaneously improving service availability and accelerating rate of change […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (ISM213) Building and Deploying a Modern Big Data Architecture on AWS

2 years ago
The AWS platform enables large enterprises to use data to solve business problems and uncover opportunities more easily and affordably than ever before. However, to truly take advantage of AWS, enterprises need a way to collect, store, process, analyze, and continually execute on their data. Datapipe has been an AWS partner for more than five […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (ISM208) The Science of Saving with AWS Reserved Instances

2 years ago
As your infrastructure grows, managing your portfolio of Reserved Instances can present new challenges. You’ll need the right tools, metrics, and strategies in place to make sure you’re maximizing coverage and minimizing the risk of those Reserved Instances going unused. In this session, you’ll learn how scaled organizations have optimized their portfolios of Reserved Instances […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (ISM206) Modern IT Governance Through Transparency and Automation

2 years ago
As information technology increasingly becomes strategic to more enterprises and government agencies, and as the threat landscape evolves and becomes more challenging, governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) increasingly become c-suite issues. In this session, we examine how the AWS cloud platform, through APIs and automation, enables advances and the implementation of best practices in […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (ISM205) A Framework for IT and Business Transformation

2 years ago
When customers think about moving to the cloud, one of their first considerations is cost. AWS helps lower customer costs through its “pay only for what you use” pricing model. In this session, we explain our TCO analysis methodology and explore the financial considerations of owning and operating a traditional data center or managed hosting […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (ISM202) Sony Pictures’ Rapid Recovery Solution for Disaster Recovery¿

2 years ago
This session will discuss the solution used by Sony Pictures Entertainment to achieve rapid business continuity in digital media delivery and secure IT services. The combination of AWS infrastructure, Amazon Workspaces, and Aspera application software allowed Sony Pictures Entertainment to restore file transfer business services in less than one day and give business users and […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (DVO401) Deep Dive into Blue/Green Deployments on AWS

2 years ago
Learn how the Blue/Green Deployment methodology combined with AWS tools and services can help reduce the risks associated with software deployment. We will illustrate common patterns and highlight ways deployment risks are mitigated by each pattern. Topics will include how services like AWS CloudFormation, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon EC2 Container Service, Amazon Route53, Auto Scaling […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (DVO315) Log, Monitor and Analyze your IT with Amazon CloudWatch

2 years ago
You may already know that you can use Amazon CloudWatch to view graphs of your AWS resources like Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud instances or Amazon Simple Storage Service. But, did you know that you can monitor your on-premises servers with Amazon CloudWatch Logs? Or, that you can integrate CloudWatch Logs with Elasticsearch for powerful visualization […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (DVO313) Building Next-Generation Applications with Amazon ECS

2 years ago
Two trends are driving app development: The shift from the server-based web to rich applications that run on a diverse set of mobile devices and modern browsers, and the growth of microservices running in the cloud that serve these clients. The results are “connected clients” – apps with the processing power of the device that […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (DVO311) Containers, Red Hat & AWS For Extreme IT Agility

2 years ago
Red Hat is helping organizations like Duke University become more efficient by delivering environmental parity for container-based applications across physical, virtual, private cloud, and public cloud environments. Red Hat delivers a comprehensive, integrated, and modular platform for containerized application delivery across the open hybrid cloud – from the OS platform, to software-defined storage, to development […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (DVO303) Scaling Infrastructure Operations with AWS

2 years ago
As the number of developers and size of your infrastructure on AWS grows, timely investments in self-service and monitoring can help you scale operations without being the bottleneck. You can standardize infrastructure configurations for commonly used products to enable your customers to self-serve infrastructure needs for their apps. Once these resources are provisioned, you can […]

AWS re:Invent 2015 | (DVO209) JAWS: The Monstrously Scalable Serverless Framework

2 years ago
You can now build entire applications without servers using AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway – JAWS just makes it easier. JAWS is an open-source application framework that provides structure, best practices, and optimizations for serverless applications through its powerful command line tool and module ecosystem. Join us as we build an application with JAWS […]