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AWS Sydney Meetup 6th July

Our next AWS Meetup is fast approaching next week on the 6th of July and we would love to see you there.

It’s a great chance to find out what’s new and happening at AWS and also to network with some of the best in the business.

This month we have Ian Robertson from Brocade and Gilles Baillet from AMP presenting.

brocade-drone-prizeBrocade are also helping to sponsor the Meetup this month and will be providing a great giveaway prize of a JJRC H25 Gyro Drone. There will be a draw on the night with the winners announced in the break, so you have to be there to win.

Session times and speakers are outlined below and you can get full details and register at the Meetup Event page here.

Please arrive before 17.45 to get settled in

• 18:00 – START
• 18:00 – 18:10 – Intro / Fireside
• 18:10 – 18.30 – Session 1

Iain Robertson – Brocade

Review of the “ELB Sandwich” design
– Is it always best to design?
– How can it impact performance, security & complexity?

Accelerating web-based applications
– Why HHP/2 is so much faster than HTTP 1.1
– Implementing HTTP/2 without changing your webservers.
– Simplifying certain SSL designs & lowering recurring costs.
– Solving unexpected application problems with ADCs.

• 18:30 – 19:00 – BREAK – Draw Prize and Networking (Pizza’s and Beers provided)
• 19:00 – 19:20 – Session 2

Gilles Baillet – AMP

“What we learned from the AWS Outage”

Gilles will be sharing some of the experiences they faced first hand, how they resolved them and what they are looking to do differently in the future.

• 19:20 – 20:30 Networking

We look forward to seeing you there.

Location:
Blue Chilli
125 York St, Sydney

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