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Microservices in the Cloud with AWS


Port 99 Building
2001 8th Ave
12th Floor
Seattle, WA 98121


The industry is blurring the lines between Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). Companies today are challenged with resource constraints in IT, resulting in long delivery cycles. How can a company deploy efficiently and reliably with minimal IT oversight while maintaining flexibility in application delivery options?

In this talk, we will walk through the lifecycle of a microservices-based solution architected within the AWS ecosystem. We will discuss an emerging industry approach that uses a combination of PaaS with containers. We will also demonstrate a model for delivering an application on a PaaS platform in AWS.

This is a 101-level presentation. Participants will not need to understand AWS, but some understanding of the software development lifecycle and benefits of microservices will help.

Boxed lunches will be provided.

Key Takeaways

-       Learn the benefits of a PaaS model over IaaS model
-       Get a glimpse of the delivery process that can streamline an application
-       How microservices developed with Docker can run in Elastic Beanstalk

AWS services covered:  Beanstalk, IAM, ELB, VPC, MFA, Security groups, CloudFormation, CloudWatch

Nimret Sandhu
Director of Technology, at Dev9

As the Director of Technology, Nimret Sandhu works closely with clients and the Dev9 team to ensure smooth delivery and best technology practices. Nimret has been chair of the Seattle Java Users Group (SeaJUG) for 10 years. He also serves on multiple advisory boards with the University of Washington Professional & Continuing Education program, where he helps set direction and content in technology, ensuring that the programs stay up to date.