OUR TRAINING COURSES GIVE THE ATTENDEES THE CHANCE TO GET CLOUD HOSTING WORKING FOR THEM, QUICKER AND WITH THE CONFIDENCE TO USE IT STRAIGHT AWAY
13th April 201110am – 4pm. 1 hr break for lunch20 seats are available on a first come first served basis
This day session will take you in detail, through managing cloud hosting, how the environment differs from dedicated hosting in practice. Based on real-world scenarios we’ll show you how to plan, manage and deploy to the cloud.
We’ll cover the scaling issues, some of the known limitations and how native cloud technologies (SimpleDB, S3, RDS etc) can be used to solve specific scaling problems in production sites and legacy systems.
Technologies covered will be the AWS core hosting services – EC2, S3, RDS and related.
There are dozens of scenarios where cloud hosting leaves dedicated in the dirt: ad hoc snapshots of the entire server farm; creating a mirror of your live environment for an afternoon; increasing disk sizes while you do some house-keeping; and, shrinking your server farm to save money.
Who Should Attend
You should attend this if you think you should or if you want to know how get started on the cloud. No previous experience with cloud hosting is necessary.
Project leads and managers
IT managers who need to reduce hosting costs
Only 20 seats are available on a first come first served basis.
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