2nd Watch would like to invite you to join us in-person for the "Building Bulletproof Infrastructure on Amazon Web Services " event on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013 in Milwaukee, WI.
Learn how to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) building blocks to build and manage infrastructure that leverages best practices in high availability, security, compliance and performance. Can your existing infrastructure withstand an entire datacenter outage and still process production load? Join 2nd Watch to learn how to leverage AWS to build stable, hardened infrastructure on AWS. In this session we will discuss AWS services that are fault tolerant and explain how to put different components together to build a robust infrastructure for your application on AWS. Whether you are hosting DR, Dev/Test or production applications – this session will help you identify best practices to ensure a stable and secure environment that will cost a fraction of the price of on premises infrastructure.
4:00pm- Introduction to 2nd Watch
4:15pm- What's new at AWS
4:30pm- Cloud consumers / Cloud adoption
5:15pm- Building bulletproof infrastructure
Security on AWS
Fault Tolerant AWS Services
6:00pm- 2W Insight Demo, Q&A Session & Happy Hour
Jason Foster, Managing Director of Operations, 2nd Watch
Brian Whitt, Senior Sales Executive, 2nd Watch
Register for this Event
Registration Deadline - Feb. 15, 2013
Registration is limited to the first 50 registrants.
When & Where
2nd Watch manages the public cloud for enterprises and helps automate development, deployment, governance, procurement, financial management, migration and operations for business critical workloads. The company’s software and services extend and automate every day workload management processes for the public cloud including: big data analytics, digital marketing, line-of-business and cloud native applications. By combining proven methodologies, public cloud expertise, certified personnel and patent-pending automation software, 2nd Watch is currently delivering managed cloud and automation across more than 300 enterprise workloads and more than 75,000 instances.