Getting Started With Serverless On AWS With Pulumi
Getting started with serverless doesn't have to be complex. Pulumi's infrastructure-as-code (IaC) platform can help remove the complexity and enable beginners to quickly get up to speed with serverless architectures.
In this workshop, a series of guided exercises will teach you the fundamentals of creating serverless architectures on AWS. You will be introduced to Pulumi, an infrastructure-as-code (IaC) platform, where you can use familiar programming languages to provision modern cloud infrastructure. This workshop is designed to help new users become familiar with the core concepts needed to effectively deploy serverless architectures and workloads on AWS. We will guide you through the Pulumi platform with diagrams and a series of labs to help accelerate your cloud projects.
Learn how to manage cloud resources with Pulumi, the open source infrastructure-as-code tool, using familiar programming languages.
Learn how to deploy serverless workloads on AWS with Pulumi.
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Sr. Solutions Architect - Pulumi
Josh Kodroff is a Solutions Architect at Pulumi, and is located in Philadelphia, PA. He's worked in a number of roles since he started his career in 2004 across both software and infrastructure/ops. He's worked for enterprises, consultancies and SaaS vendors with a recent emphasis on DevOps practices, infrastructure-as-code, cloud architecture and distributed systems. Outside of work, Josh enjoys playing bass, cooking, meditation and hiking in the Wissahickon.
Senior Partner Solutions Architect - AWS
Marina has been working at Amazon for about four years. She currently supports the APN Global Startup Program. Her focus is on AWS architecture validation and improvements, planning new workloads and integrations with AWS services, and supporting general technical enablement. Marina has a master's degree in Computer Science and over 17 years of experience in developing large-scale systems for financial services.