Amazon are holding a tech summit for developers and system architects at the Thistle Hotel in Marble Arch, London, UK, on 9th November 2010. The speakers include Andy Nichol of Telegraph Media Group, Jodi Moran from Playfish, Craig Box from Symbian Foundation and Michael Brunton-Spall, Developer Advocate from guardian.co.uk.
The event plans to cover some more in-depth technical detail about service delivery using the AWS Cloud platform and promises “All killer, no filler”:
“Working with on-demand, elastic infrastructure services is an effective way to decrease development times by reducing the heavy lifting of provisioning services, and allowing dev, test and QA teams to stay focused on the task at hand. We’ll be discussing application architecture, cloud best practices and security, along with useful development, deployment and testing tools that can help to get up and running quickly and a range of real world case studies. If you’re looking for pragmatic guidance on working with the cloud, this is a good place to start. All killer, no filler.” [Read More]