In the event of a disaster, you need to be able to recover lost data quickly to ensure business continuity. For critical applications, keeping your time to recover and data loss to a minimum as well as optimizing your overall capital expense can be challenging. This session presents AWS features and services along with Disaster […]
Amazon CloudFront, the AWS Content Delivery Network (CDN), can be used to deliver your entire website, including dynamic, static, streaming, and interactive content using a global network of edge locations. In this technical session, learn directly from CloudFront engineers on how you can improve the performance, availability, and cacheability of your website or application. […]
In this session we will review the world’s first cloud-scale network attached file system and its targeted use cases. Session attendees will learn about EFS’s benefits, how to identify applications that are appropriate for use with EFS, and details about its performance and security models. The target audience is file system administrators, application developers, and […]
CommVault provides a single software platform to ensure disaster recovery, archive, and long-term retention of your workloads and data in AWS. This session explores best practices and key use cases to help you build your data management strategy as you migrate into AWS including: send recovery copies directly to Amazon S3 and recover them into […]
AWS Storage Gateway is a service that connects an on-premises software appliance with AWS storage. It simplifies the adoption of cloud-based storage within on-premises environments, giving customers a secure, reliable, and cost-effective alternative to local storage. In this session, we take a detailed look at how to use Storage Gateway to backup and archive on-premises […]
This session explores some of the key features of Amazon Glacier, including security, durability, and configuration for storing compliance and regulatory data. It covers best practices for managing your cold data, including ingest, retrieval, and security controls. Other topics include: how to optimize storage, upload, and retrieval costs; how to identify the most applicable workloads; […]
Come learn about new and existing Amazon S3 features that can help you better protect your data, save on cost, and improve usability, security, and performance. We will cover a wide variety of Amazon S3 features and go into depth on several newer features with configuration and code snippets, so you can apply the learnings […]
Amazon Cloud Drive’s plans to provide a low cost, unlimited storage service presented a major engineering challenge. In this session, you learn how the Amazon Cloud Drive team designed and optimized the storage back-end, Amazon S3, to handle millions of users while containing infrastructure costs. In this session, the lead engineers share details of how […]
Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) provides persistent block level storage volumes for use with Amazon EC2 instances. In this technical session, we conduct a detailed analysis of the differences among the three types of Amazon EBS block storage: General Purpose (SSD), Provisioned IOPS (SSD), and Magnetic. We discuss how to maximize Amazon EBS performance, […]
Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) provides persistent block level storage volumes for use with Amazon EC2 instances. In this technical session, we discuss how to maximize Amazon EBS performance, with a special eye toward low-latency, high-throughput applications like databases. We explain how to monitor your application and share real-world examples.
Whether you are building an e-commerce site or a business application, security is a key consideration when architecting your website or application. In this session, you will learn more about some of the things CloudFront does behind the scenes to protect the delivery of your content such as OCSP Stapling and Perfect Forward Secrecy. We […]
Moving terabyte and petabyte volumes of data into the cloud can be a challenge for many businesses. Come learn how you can use Snowball, a new AWS feature, to move large-scale (terabyte and petabyte) data to AWS storage services.