In this webinar, Capital One’s Srini Karlekar, Director of Software Engineering, will build an intelligent Slackbot using cross-platform microservices. The Slackbot will extract text and identify celebrity faces and famous landmarks from photos uploaded to Slack channels. Srini will be using Amazon Step Functions to orchestrate the services deployed across cloud providers, Slack Web and Event API to communicate with Slack, Google Vision to detect landmarks and text, and AWS Rekognition to identify celebrities.
Srini Karlekar, Director of Software Engineering - Enterprise Architecture at Capital One, will demonstrate building event-driven microservices built on top of AWS Lambda, Twilio, Amazon Rekognition and IMDbPy API using the Serverless framework. The service will take images of celebrities sent by SMS/MMS, match them and send their name and biography back via SMS. You will learn how to use Twilio to process SMS/MMS messages, use Boto3 Python library to interface with AWS Rekognition and build services using the Serverless framework. The webinar starts with the demonstration of the application and dive into building the application.
See live code and a demo of the first truly serverless database from Fauna Director of Developer Experience Chris Anderson. FaunaDB is a global, multi-cloud database that simply scales up and down with your serverless applications. By adopting a serverless pricing model, FaunaDB enables you to only pay for your actual usage. With globally distributed ACID consistency, FaunaDB, frees your code from arcane database concepts like quorums and read-repair. See what makes FaunaDB the ideal database for serverless application development.
Want to discover what the best companies worldwide are doing to embrace cloud technologies, retrain their workforce and invest in teams able to migrate their application to the cloud and improve their time to market for new applications?
Serverless Framework has recently introduced support for multiple serverless providers. You can now deploy serverless applications to OpenWhisk, Google Cloud Functions and Azure Functions as well as AWS Lambda. This allows you to develop platform-independent serverless applications. James Thomas has been working on the OpenWhisk implementation. In this talk, he will introduce the new feature, show you how to run serverless applications on different providers and explain the challenges in developing platform-agnostic serverless apps.
Consulting companies face new challenges every day: part of their success relies on the ability to offer always up-to-date skills on cutting-edge technologies. Cloud technologies are defining new challenges for the consulting industry. We will tell you what we learned so far working with some of the top consulting brands worldwide, how they organize their training and how they use Cloud Academy to win more contracts.
The good news is that we’re past the period of fear, uncertainty and doubt. Everyone now agrees that the cloud is a key part of any firm’s IT investment. The not so good news is that there’s still confusion about what to move, how to move it and the best practices you need to understand to protect your investment. These are the topics Dwayne Monroe, Cloud Technologist & Evangelist, will cover in this webinar!
In this webinar, Alex Casalboni - Cloud Evangelist at Cloud Academy - and Sylvain Ferrandiz - Chief Data Scientist at PredicSis - will explore the benefits and technical aspects of a managed Business intelligence solution available on the AWS Marketplace. You will learn how to use PredicSis to understand customer behaviors and answer your most important business questions in minutes, thanks to Artificial Intelligence.
Companies are using the AWS cloud to enable faster disaster recovery of their critical IT systems without incurring the infrastructure expense of a second physical site. In this 1h webinar, Evgeny Rudinsky, Solutions Architect at CloudBerry Lab, will talk about a set of cloud-based disaster recovery services AWS provides to enable rapid recovery of your IT infrastructure and data.
Kops is kubect1 for Kubernetes clusters. You need to create a Kubernetes cluster somehow. Kops is “the tool” for provisioning and maintaining clusters on AWS and GCP. This session includes a presentation on what Kops is, how it works, and what it can do followed by technical demos.
Adam Hawkins presents this webinar and answers your questions during the final Q&A.
In this webinar, the Cloud Academy data scientists Roberto Turrin and Andrea Cappelli exploit the Google Natural Language API. They explore the service’s capabilities for recognizing syntax and entities in text and show how this information can be used to generate questions from statements.
Monitoring and debugging are two of the most challenging aspects of serverless development. Alex Casalboni and Adam Johnson discuss why monitoring and debugging serverless applications are such a pain, which best practices could make your life easier, and kind of solutions are available on the market.
In this session, CloudCheckr CTO Patrick Gartlan will discuss how AWS Reserved Instances are structured and sold, and how your organization can efficiently leverage them to save money and ensure coverage for critical workloads in the cloud. Amazon EC2 Reserved Instances provide a significant discount compared to On-Demand pricing, and provide a dedicated capacity for specific Availability Zones.
Helm is the Kubernetes package manager. Helm recently graduated from the Kubernetes incubator program and is now an official Kubernetes project. This session covers what Helm is, and how you can use for continuous deployment of Kubernetes applications. The session includes a short presentation on Helm and charts, followed by technical demonstrations.
Join our data scientists Roberto Turrin and David Santucci who will drive you through the configuration of different cloud services - such as Kinesis Stream and Lambda functions - to implement a data collection pipeline. The talk illustrates a real-world example of how to collect data from your web server, mobile client, and cloud application and forward them to third-party services and tools or load them into your data warehouse.
In this webinar, Alex Casalboni will overview the main FaaS concepts and best practices (Function as a Service), explore the open-source FaaS options and discuss pros and cons of deploying and managing your own serverless platform on Kubernetes.
Part 2 is for those of you who may have already used Kubernetes in production. Kubernetes also supports a robust ecosystem of supporting tools and projects. Real world systems tend to leverage many different tools. This session sheds light into these tools and other real world production systems.
Stefano Bellasio, CEO and Founder at Cloud Academy, will present our new interface and features at Cloud Academy, discussing how our platform will change and evolve in the next months and how users can benefit from it.
In this webinar, David Wells, Senior Software Engineer at Serverless, will explore some different use cases for Serverless technology with examples from companies and other open source projects. David will also present a new open source project that will be built with AWS Serverless technology.
In Part 1 Adam Hawkins will present the high level behind container orchestration and what differentiates Kubernetes between other tools. This is a hands-on session which covers deploying and scaling a microservice application to Kubernetes. This is your bootstrapping guide.
Learn about the newly announced Amazon Rekognition with a hands-on session by Alex Casalboni. Find out how deep learning is powering Amazon's Image Analysis service and which use cases are supported, with respect to other frameworks and APIs.
Join Roberto Turrin and Luca Zacchetti, senior members at Cloud Academy, who will present how they migrated an application deployed on AWS Lambda to AWS Elastic Beanstalk, discussing the motivations and the pros/cons of the two options.
In this webinar Austen Collins, CEO of Serverless, talks about the Serverless Framework and the new Framework features! An amazing Q&A session at the end completes the live session.
Developers are often used to persist data on their relational database, probably to save the skills they learned at school. There are many different scenarios where data can be persistent with alternative services, in more efficient ways. We'll look how Azure helps this giving devs the opportunity of many data services, with some demos and code.
AWS IoT is a new managed service that enables Internet-connected things (sensors, actuators, devices, and applications) to easily and securely interact with each other and the Cloud. In this webinar, we will showcase why IoT is shaping the future of our daily lives and how AWS allows you to manage thousands of devices or WebSockets, how to set up the Rules Engine and process streams of events in a Serverless fashion.
Learn how to take your Docker application from development to production. The session covers different production deployment options (such as Mesos, Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, and ECS) and wraps up with a demo of deploying a multi-stage Docker application.
Live session with Cyrus Wong, Data Scientist of Cloud Innovation Centre at the IT Department of the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education. He’s recently been awarded AWS Community Hero, recognition given to the most engaged developers who’ve had a real impact in the community. We’ll talk about the 5 AWS Certifications and Cyrus will give you tips and tricks on how to get AWS Certified.
This webinar will be looking at why so many organizations are looking to Cloud Computing to push and develop their business forward. We'll look at the benefits of the Cloud from a Business perspective, covering Cloud characteristics and digging into some of the real business benefits that can be achieved whilst at the same time being mindful of some of constraints attached.
One of our DevOps engineers, Ben Lambert, talks to Brandon Middleton who works on the Microsoft team. They discuss the challenges of migrating to the public cloud as well as some of the common concerns involved, including topics such as security. At end of the session, we answer all the questions asked during the webinar.
In this webinar, Andrew Larkin, one of our expert AWS trainers, will interview a special guest who has acquired all 5 Amazon Web Services certifications. If you're interested in acquiring an AWS certification - either because your company requires it or because you want to enhance your career prospects - this webinar is for you!
Andrew Larkin, one of our expert AWS trainers, talks about the AWS Solutions Architect Professional exam. He will also introduce you to the certification path, give some examples, and show you how to get ready for the exam.
In this webinar, we will interview a special guest who has acquired all 5 Amazon Web Services certifications. If you're interested in acquiring an AWS certification - either because your company requires it or because you want to enhance your career prospects - this webinar is for you!
Overview of AWS shared responsibility model and importance of security. Followed by a demo showing you how to create a VPC with both public and private subnets with EC2 instances deployed within each. Through the use of Security Groups and NACLs, we will create a Bastion Host in the Public subnet to enable external access to EC2 instances within the Private subnets. We will also discuss at a high level a number of AWS Security services such as IAM, Trusted Advisor, Inspector & WAF, dependant on time.
Let's dive deep into a different kind of A/B test with data driven algorithms running in the cloud. Get the scoop from our Sr. Data Scientist, Roberto Turrin, and Data Scientist, Luca Baroffio.
Modern software systems are becoming increasingly complex. To meet the quality, availability, and security demands of the modern web, scalable infrastructure tools are necessary. And these systems are changing rapidly to keep up with the needs of end-users. Join our DevOps expert Ben Lambert to learn the basics about DevOps and what's changing for modern developers and architects. Ben will provide real scenarios and examples.
Speak with Alex Casalboni, Roberto Turrin and Luca Baroffio, a dedicated team inside our Engineering group at Cloud Academy, and learn how they use AWS to manage daily challenges and build a machine learning system.
- How to deploy machine learning models in the Cloud.
- Tips on serverless computing on AWS.
- How machine learning can improve your learning experience.
Join Stefano Bellasio, CEO at Cloud Academy, as he answers your questions in the return of our webinar series. Learn how to use Cloud Academy for teams to develop their skills on cloud technologies like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, DevOps and more. Live demo of our management dashboard and a full explanation of all the features included in this version.
Learning-by-doing through our Hands-on Labs is the best way to get real experience on the AWS Console. By completing a Laboratory experience, you will be able to get your hands dirty while acquiring the necessary practical knowledge. By completing a Laboratory experience, you will be able to get your hands dirty while acquiring the necessary practical knowledge.
In this video Kevin Felichko will begin our webinar series on AWS training with an overview of the available certifications, the purpose of each certification, and what makes these certifications so important to anybody who wishes to work with cloud technologies.
In this webinar, Stefano Bellasio, CEO of Cloud Academy, will introduce CloudAcademy.com, the online platform to learn Cloud Computing and test your knowledge on several platforms including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure and other technologies like Docker.
In this webinar, Carrie McDaniel and Pravin Rasiah, respectively Product Marketing Manager and Senior Product Manager at Imperva, will talk about security in the cloud. They will cover the cyber threats online applications face, how traditional technologies such as firewalls and IPSs fall short of protecting them, how Web Application Firewall technology is the right approach, and the benefits of Imperva SecureSphere WAF for AWS.
RedLine13 offers a very scalable (20,000 hits per second is the largest so far) load testing service on Amazon AWS. The service is free, and you only have to pay for the EC2 time on either Dedicated or Spot instances.
VisualOps is a unique DevOps automation tool that offers you a one-stop visual solution to design, deploy and automate your cloud applications. In this webinar, Thibault Bronchain, Technical Project Lead at VisualOps, shows us how to build stable, effective and fully functioning Apps the smart way.
Cloud Computing is revolutionizing every aspect of IT landscape, and data processing is no different. Whether it is image processing, video encoding or other batch processing jobs (periodic report generation, healthcare data processing etc.), Amazon Web Services provides the ability to tap into a scalable & on-demand cloud infrastructure.