Amazon is expanding its resources for its cloud customers and developers with the first Amazon Web Services-themed expo later this year.
Dubbed AWS re: Invent, the conference will take place at The Venetian in Las Vegas from November 27 to 29. The door is open for registrants and developers of all levels, ranging from start-ups to enterprise IT departments.
The objective for Amazon Web Services is to teach attendees how to leverage AWS services for uses that are growing in popularity, such as big data analytics, enterprise IT apps, and mobile strategies.
The two-day powwow will consist of more than 100 sessions focused on cloud computing strategy sessions, technical deep dives and other hands-on workshops presented by the AWS engineers and developers as well as AWS customers and partners. Some examples include security and architecture best practices, language-specific sessions (i.e. Java, Ruby, etc.), and lessons about app migration in the cloud.
Amazon is accepting presentation proposals from third-parties and partners through May 31.
Tickets are not available yet, but interested attendees can sign up online now to be notified when online registration opens in June.
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