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DevOps Pro presents a Free 2 hour live global Webinar on April 4th at 12 noon (UK time) to cover tips and tools for cost effective applications with AWS and Security best practices.

DevOps Pro is going to present important, life-changing learning at work that will be worth your full attention if you want to actually improve your practices.

Don't hesitate, share with us a personal question that you need answered and we will incorporate it into the webinar! You need answers and we’ve got them!

We look forward to seeing you.

Tune in to learn and focus on:

  • How to build resilient, reliable, and cost effective applications with AWS
  • EC2 service
  • Security best practices regarding how not to expose resources
  • How to use specific policies and roles
  • Assign roles for containers
  • Distribute keys
  • Expose only elb with SSL specific certifications
  • How to use consolidated billing
  • How to securely control access through AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Education is one of the most powerful tools you can use to make change happen.

(We need minimum 20 participants to host this webinar live.)

Register for a hands on workshop @, if you haven’t done so already.

Hands-On Workshop: How to take your web application and create a scalable, highly available and secure environment for it on AWS.

With AWS as the leading public cloud provider today you can run all your applications easily and securely.

By the end of the workshop you will learn the foundation AWS services like EC2, VPC, ELB, Auto Scaling Groups, to more advanced managed services by AWS like RDS, Elasticache, AWS ES and more.

In this workshop we will take a simple web application and we will create a scalable, highly available and secure environment for it.

We will show how to manage deployments, rollbacks and how to manage backups of the application data.

The design will look like this:

AWS Workshop

This workshop contains the following activities:

  • Working with the AWS UI – creating instances, load balancers, managing security groups and more.
  • Working with the AWS CLI – using the CLI you have access to all AWS services and metadata you’ll ever need, you can create, edit, delete and manage all AWS resources.
  • Common challenges surrounding high availability, scaling and security.

By the end of the day you will understand and know how to use AWS core services, we will use services that help us manage our applications easily and simplifies deployments.

This seminar is intended for beginners / intermediate delegates who aim to require knowledge and experience with AWS services.

Intended Audience

  • Operation engineers
  • IT engineers
  • System administrators
  • Devops engineers
  • Software developers

Workshop Agenda

Introduction to AWS services:

Regions + AZ

  • Show a map of AWS regions around the world
  • Explain that every region is divided to ~4 AZs


  • Explain the idea of object store
  • Explain the SLA and how it is backed up around regions


  • Explain the Concept, why use a VPC
  • Explain the concept of VPC peering.
  • Show a bubble of the structure and basic networking (subnets per AZ, routing, ACLs …)


  • Simple DNS explanation.


  • Load balancing as a service by AWS

Autoscaling Groups

  • Explain the concept of elasticity in the cloud

Security Groups

  • Explain the concept of stateless “gate” in front of ec2


  • The heart of AWS, explain the concept of AWS virtualization
  • (hypervisor, shared tenancy etc…)


  • Just relational DB service by AWS


  • Monitoring, logging and events triggers of ALL services


  • Explain the concept of groups, users, roles and policies
  • How a role and policy are being consumed and why is it important to differentiate services and permissions.


  • AWS service that creates a full application architecture using other AWS services.

Microservices – Microservices today has to be highly available, scalable, must have an easy deploy mechanism with little configuration and fast deployment.

Create a web application using Docker on AWS using Elasticbeanstalk as a wrapper for EC2, ELB, EBS, RDS, Autoscaling Groups, Security Groups and more.


  • Software Enterprises
  • Financial sector
  • Media companies
  • Telecom
  • Government
  • Retails
  • E-commerce
  • IT companies

Who should attend:

  • Software operations engineers
  • Developers
  • IT system administrators
  • Deployment and reliability engineers
  • Devops engineers


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Josh Dvir -Devops Architect & Managing Director @ DevopsPro

Josh DvirJosh is the father of 2 sweet girls, a software engineer and an open source contributor.
He has a vast experience in building large scale web applications and helping people to develop their professional path with the confidence to learn new things on a continuous basis and be proud of their achievements.

Previously, Josh established a few startups and served as a VP R&D in a few software companies.

He holds knowledge and experience in DevOps, Linux, Continuous Integration and Delivery.

His expertise also includes Cloud computing, Monitoring, Linux Containers, Version Control, Issue Tracking, Code Review, Development process, Application performance, Analytics, Auto Scaling and Durability.

Josh is a public speaker and invests his time to share his knowledge about how to overcome technical and business gaps by adopting the right solutions and practices.


  • London: Oct 18, 9am-5pm
  • Dublin: Nov 16, 10am-7pm
  • Manchester: Dec 13, 9am-5pm
  • Brussels: Feb 26, 9am-5pm
  • London: April 18/20, 9am-5pm

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