Serverless computing allows you to run applications without the need for provisioning or managing servers. This means that you can build web, mobile, and IoT backends; run stream processing or big data workloads; build chatbots; run code at the edge; and more.
In this session, Alex and Stuart will dive into best practices for designing applications with built-in security at the architectural and application level, to reduce risk using cloud-native patterns and services such as AWS IAM permissions, Amazon RDS Proxy, AWS Secrets Manager, encryption at rest, and much more.
Don’t miss this webinar on March 26 at 10 a.m. PT.
– All registrants will receive the recording of the webinar via email.
Alex Casalboni, AWS Developer Advocate at Amazon Web Services
He co-organizes the serverless meetup in Milan, as well as ServerlessDays Milan (previously JeffConf).
As a Sr. Developer Advocate, Alex often speaks at technical conferences across the world, supports developer communities and helps them build applications in the cloud. He is particularly interested in serverless architectures, machine learning, and data analytics.
In his free time, Alex loves snowboarding, jogging, traveling, and playing his saxophone.
Stuart Scott, AWS Content & Security Lead
Stuart Scott is Cloud Academy’s AWS Lead and has over two decades of experience within the IT industry. Stuart has an extensive background covering a range of technologies. Most recently his passion and interest focuses on Cloud Computing, with particular regards to anything related to Amazon Web Services (AWS).