Noga Cohen is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager for CA BlazeMeter. She manages the BlazeMeter blog and other content activities. Noga focuses on creating technological content in the fields of performance, load testing and API testing, both independently and by managing writers who are developers. Noga has more than 5 years of experience in a wide scope of writing techniques: hi-tech, business, journalist and academic.

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Nov 15 2017

Top 10 AWS re:Invent 2017 Sessions

AWS re:Invent 2017 will take place between Nov. 27 and Dec. 1 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Covering a wide variety of topics, from financial services to telecommunications to security, the conference is a great place for anyone who wants to learn about what’s new in the world of technology.

 

In this blog post, we will bring our 10 top recommended sessions for DevOps for AWS. Our choices are based on technologies we found interesting, methodologies we found useful and customer stories we are curious about. You can also come meet us there. We will be at booth #2523.

 

Developing Applications on AWS in the JVM

 

How does the AWS SDK v.2 work? Join this session to learn about its newest features and a bit about how the code was created.

 

Dev Tested, Ops Approved: 10 Guardrails from Atlassian for Better, Faster DevOps

 

In this session, Atlassian will share 10 of their best practices for DevOps. They will focus on their integration with AWS, on scaling and on increasing their business value.

 

AWS CLI: 2017 and Beyond

 

Workflow optimization is one of the most important objectives when developing. This session will cover AWS CLI advanced features, for improving the workflow by managing AWS resources from the command line.

 

Monitoring as Code: Getting to Monitoring-Driven Development

 

Make monitoring part of what drives your development by attending this session and learning about tools like AWS, Terraform and Datadog.

 

Continuous Integration Best Practices for Software Development Teams

 

Learn to implement Continuous Integration best practices in your development. The Crawl, Walk and Run approach that will be presented in this talk, will show different levels of CI fulfillment, and you can choose what best suits your needs and abilities.

 

DevOps Lessons from Coursera: Site Performance, Reliability, and Developer Productivity

 

Join this session to learn how Coursera improved their site performance and reduced build times. Coursera’s frontend infrastructure team will cover tools as well as best practices.

 

Achieving DevOps with Microservices-Based Architectures

 

What are microservices and how can their architectures be integrated with Continuous Integration/ Continuous Development practices? This session will answer these questions.

 

Remove Undifferentiated Heavy Lifting from Jenkins

 

If you manage a Jenkins build environment, this session is for you. Come and learn how to  integrate AWS CodeBuild with Jenkins, to reduce overhead and improve management and scalability.

 

Advanced DevOps Practices for AWS

 

A hands-on workshop for building DevOps solutions in AWS. The topics that will be covered include: access control, compliance enforcement, secret management, deployment patterns, multi-environment management, monitoring and event notifications.

 

Security Validation through Continuous Delivery at Verizon

 

Get tips and best practices for validating security infrastructure when developing. Verizon and Stelligent will show a demo of their techniques, and will also present parts of their code.

 

Meet BlazeMeter at re:Invent

 

Our expert performance team will be on site at re:Invent at booth #2523, offering advice and insight on load and performance testing, continuous testing, continuous integration, testing native mobile apps, Apache JMeter, and a lot more.

 

You can schedule a meeting with us at our booth by clicking here.
 

See you at re:Invent!

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