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Your invite: AWS Innovate – build and transform with cloud computing

26 Jun 16

In recent times, cloud computing has undoubtedly been one of the biggest disruptors in the IT industry. It’s an innovation that has become almost a mandatory requirement of modern business.

AWS Innovate is an online conference designed for executives and IT professionals looking to leverage the AWS Cloud to build and transform their business. The conference is tailored to educate professionals how cloud computing can maximise innovation with access to scalable and flexible infrastructure – regardless of whether you are a new user looking to migrate, or an experienced user wanting to innovate.

AWS Innovate will also share tips and best practices from experts to help define the differences between various types of cloud computing and explore hot topics like Database, Big Data and Analytics, Mobile Applications and Internet of Things (IoT).

Amazon Web Services head of technology for APAC, Glenn Gore will be presenting a keynote delving into the three mega patterns of innovation, which will be followed by deep dive technical sessions delivered by AWS solutions architects.

The agenda includes introductory and advanced topics and is designed to help audiences across industries and job roles. Regardless of whether you’re an executive, technical leader, IT professional, developer or entrepreneur (among others), this event is certainly not one to miss.

To register your interest, click here.

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