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AWS Well-Architected: Build Better Architecture, Better Business


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Sponsored by nOps

Monday, August 31, 2020
1 pm ET

Do you need the how-to for cloud best practices? AWS Well-Architected is actionable guidance for architecting systems in the cloud based on AWS’s unparalleled 14 years of public cloud experience with many of the world’s most amazing companies. 

AWS Well-Architected helps cloud architects build secure, high-performing, resilient, and efficient cloud infrastructure for their applications and workloads. And, it empowers business results like reduced costs or security and compliance risk, improved reliability of core systems for better customer experiences, and much more.

During this live session, you’ll learn:

  • What AWS Well-Architected is and how to use it.
  • Amazing customer results from AWS Well-Architected.
  • What’s new — including a deep dive on Cloud Financial Management: Functional Ownership, Finance and Technology Partnership, Cloud Budgets and Forecasts, Cost-Aware Processes, Cost-Aware Culture, Quantifying Business Value Delivered Through Cost Optimization.

This session is most appropriate for CCoE lead, cloud infrastructure management, DevOps engineering management, DevOps and cloud practice leads, chief architects, solutions architects. 

Matt Yanchyshyn
Director, Solutions Architecture - Amazon Web Services
Matt leads the Architecture Best Practices team at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Matt’s team builds software, authors technical content, and provides services that help customers run their businesses in the cloud. Since joining AWS nearly 8 years ago, Matt has witnessed the incredible growth of cloud computing. From Epic's Fortnite to Netflix to Capital One, companies all over the world are using AWS to power their products. Prior to AWS, he was a technical leader at the Associated Press for nearly a decade, helping to spearhead their migration from traditional satellite delivery to web and API-based systems.
CEO & Founder - nOps
JT has been migrating rapid-growth companies to AWS since Amazon EC2 was in beta in 2006. His teams have executed 350-plus DevOps AWS implementations and hundreds of AWS Well-Architected Reviews. He founded nOps, a leading cloud management platform for AWS, and previously co-founded nClouds, an AWS Premier Consulting Partner.
John Ray
Director, Solution Engineering - nOps
John advises customers and partners on cloud management best practices on AWS. His extensive interaction with users provides ongoing requirements for nOps engineering. John previously led the DevOps and Cloud practice at an AWS consulting partner and had prior roles as a senior systems engineer and systems admin.

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