Meet us at re:Invent

Michael and I are looking forward to attending re:Invent 2018 in Las Vegas. The most important reason for us to fly off to the other side of the world is to meet old and new friends. Unfortunately, time is limited, and therefore we have already started scheduling meetings to be able to have as many interesting conversations as possible.

Meet us at re:Invent in Las Vegas

If you are asking yourself one of the following questions, or if you have found groundbreaking answers to one of these questions, please let us know. We’d like to talk to you!

  • Monitoring and Incident Management - How do you make sure you are not missing any failures or service degradations? Do you need more than CloudWatch to monitor your systems? How do you make sure the whole DevOps team is responding and fixing incidents in an agile environment?
  • AWS Bootstrapping - What is the easiest and fastest way to build your cloud infrastructure from scratch? How do you achieve production-readiness?
  • Going Serverless - Should I use AWS Lambda & Co. for my specific use case? How does the development process change when building Serverless applications? What happens to operations in a Serverless world?

Fill out our Meet us at re:Invent form if you want to schedule a 20-minute meeting with either Michael or me, please.

By the way, we are working on other possibilities to get in touch at re:Invent: We are planning readers meet, an AWS Community Open Source Get Together, and an AWS Freelancer Breakfast. Stay tuned!

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Andreas Wittig

Andreas Wittig

I’m the author of Amazon Web Services in Action. I work as a software engineer, and independent consultant focused on AWS and DevOps.

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