This month, 10 AWS online tech talks

Many great tech events are being put on hold right now. However, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on great personal growth opportunities or stay abreast of the latest AWS news.
AWS has been sharing webinars with its community since more than a decade. Now is the perfect time to highlight this amazing resource.
AWS offers a variety of tech talks online that you can enjoy from your home office or couch throughout March and April.
These live-streamed presentations will feature AWS solution architects and engineers sharing their expertise across a range topics and expertise levels. There’s something for everyone.
The talks will include feature-specific technical deep dives and live demos. There will also be customer case studies and live Q&A sessions with AWS specialists.
All sessions are free and you can view recordings and slides later on AWS’s On-Demand portal. All start times are Pacific Standard Time so adjust to your local time.
AWS Learning Levels: AWS divides its content into levels depending on how technical or in-depth the session will be. AWS starts at Level 100 for beginners and goes up to Level 400 for experts. These webinars cover both introductory and more advanced topics.
There are more than 25 webinars that will be held between March 23rd and April 3. You’re sure to find one that interests you. To give you an idea of the potential talks, here’s our selection of AWS tech talks.
Visit the AWS news blog to see the complete schedule of upcoming talks.
9:00 AM – 10:00 AMLevel 200
This webinar will teach you how to deploy, build, and manage containerized apps using ECS CLI V2; an interactive tool that provides all the infrastructure and resources needed to implement a containerized application.
David Killmon, Senior software dev engineer, and Efe Karakus, Software Engineer, will demonstrate the tool. They will show you how to deploy a DockerFile from a public endpoint using a single command using Amazon ECS or AWS Fargate, deploy your app to multiple environments, as well as how to deliver your application via a CI/CD pipeline.
This video is essential viewing for developers, software engineers, devops engineers, and anyone else interested in ECS.
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9:00 AM – 10:00 AMLevel 300
How to use AWS Lambda This overview of Lambda best practice is for you.
This session will feature Senior Developer Advocate James Beswick discussing how to tune Lambda’s performance and how to improve throughput, reduce latency and keep costs down.
James will walk you through some of Lambda’s latest optimization features, such as Provisioned Concurrency and better VPC networking. He will also address common misconceptions regarding cold starts and their impact and show you how to make the best architectural decisions for top performance.
1:00 PM – 2:00 PMLevel 300
Amazon EC2 is full of compute instances that can be used for a variety of purposes. In this webinar, you will learn how to maximize these options to maximize cost efficiency.
Chad Schmutzer, Principal Developer Advocate, will discuss how to harness the full extent of EC2, and provide and scale infrastructure as cheaply and efficiently as possible using different EC2 p.

This month, 10 AWS online tech talks
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