Let's take a short look back at 2018's re:Invent where Andy Jassy's introduces some of AWS's New features and services: S3 Glacier Deep Archive –Need to archive data for the long-term? Glacier Deep Archive offers the lowest cost for data storage at $0.000999 GB per month with 99.9999999% reliability. This is almost the same as the cost for a tape archive. For retrieval, you can have your data within 12 hours or within 48 hours [...]
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Hi everyone! A big thank you to our sponsors Palo Alto Networks & Cloudhealth for making another great meetup possible. Session 1: AWS Secrets Manager PolarSevens 'Secret Manager' Kishore kicked off the night demoing a new AWS service - Secrets Manger - a tool to help protect secrets used to access your application servers and IT resources. Using API calls, easily rotate, manage, and retrieve database credentials, API keys, and other secrets throughout their lifecycle. Presenter: [...]
This Wednesday marks the last formal Meetup of the year, so bring along your friends & colleagues to hear from leading experts in the AWS tech industry. This month Kishore from PolarSeven will be presenting on 'AWS Secrets Manager', protecting your secrets that are needed to access your applications, services, and IT resources. After some pizza and beer, we have Nick Cannone from Cloudhealth running through some Best Practices for Cloud Management. Craig Dent then returns from Palo Alto Networks to [...]
Developers and IT community… You won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn about the latest tech from community experts. Come along and challenge your skills with AWS and Alex labs on the day, plus enter to win a AWS DeppLens, Amazon echo and more: - Register: https://awscommunitydayaustralia.splashthat.com - Presenters: Rob Linton, Peter Sbarski, Arjen Schwarz, Mai Nishitani, Ei Sabai (Isabel) Nyo, Matthew Berryman, Conor Miley, Aileen Gemma Smith, Penny Wong, Jesus Rodriguez, Rachel Bunder - [...]
Only one week away until our next monthly AWS meetup! Make sure you RSVP now as you definitely don't want to miss guest speakers from FreshWorks and Evident.io. Please arrive 10 minutes before to settle in, and register for the draw prize. Ensure you are present for the draw at the end for your chance to win prizes such as an Echo Dot, or Bose Headphones! 18:00 – START 18:00 – 18:20 – PolarSeven Introduction: Jesus [...]
PolarSeven, in cooperation with AWS and GorillaStack, would like to invite you to learn about Optimising your AWS Environment at one of our Free National AWS Hands On Days. (See city times and locations below) These practical events feature the AWS Well-Architected Framework, which introduces various tools and techniques that you can use to professionally optimise your Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment in terms of cost, security, scaling, agility, and monitoring applications. We’ll cover the [...]
First launched in 2008, Amazon EBS was designed to provide persistence storage for AWS cloud users. To help existing users create and manage their Amazon EBS snapshots, AWS has launched the Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager. This service automates the creation, retention, and removal of Amazon EBS volume snapshots. No need to manually create and delete snapshots. Instead, users make a policy that dictates which volumes are to be snapshotted, set a retention model, provide some [...]
Users may now set Amazon SQS (Simple Queue Service) to trigger Amazon Lambda functions. This new function is free. The first service AWS has launched, Amazon SQS lets web service applications quickly and reliably queue resources created by one component to be used by another component. This way, a queue can buffer data, even when the source is producing it faster than the recipient can consume it. A single queue can be used by several [...]
Previously announced in re:Invent 2017, AWS has just released Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes ( Amazon EKS ) for production. It is ready to run client Kubernetes workloads. According to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, AWS is the cloud of choice for Kubernetes, with more than half of companies surveyed choosing to run Kubernetes in AWS. Given that EKS is already in the AWS Cloud, it synergizes well with AWS services. Multi-Availability Zone – [...]
AWS is introducing a new line of EC2 instances that can run on AWS Snowball Edge devices. These new EC2 instances carry a total of 100TB local storage, useful for collating and processing data in difficult environments. Processed data can be delivered to AWS for subsequent storage, management and analysis. AWS Snowball Edge, as you probably know, is a data migration and edge computing device capable of supporting EC2 instances and AWS Lambda functions. It [...]