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WORKSHOP - Deploying Microservices With Pulumi & AWS Lambda


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Sponsored by AWS and Pulumi 

On Demand

In this workshop, we’ll examine how Pulumi can rapidly accelerate provisioning of cloud infrastructure. We’ll focus on AWS Lambda and build an example set of microservices utilizing AWS’s newest Lambda features.

Attendees will be guided through the process of provisioning a set of example Lambda resources in AWS and see real-time examples of how Pulumi’s innovative programming model helps turbocharge cloud engineering.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to provision a Lambda function in AWS
  • How to provision infrastructure such as DynamoDB and API Gateway to support your microservice applications
  • Learn how to take advantage of some of the newest Lambda features

Workshop pre-requisites:

Attendees should have the Pulumi CLI installed on their machines. Attendees should have access to an AWS account. To get started, go to https://pulumi.com/start

Matty Stratton
Staff Developer Advocate - Pulumi Corp.

Matty Stratton is a Staff Developer Advocate at Pulumi, founder and co-host of the popular Arrested DevOps podcast, and the global chair of the DevOpsDays set of conferences. Matty has more than 20 years of experience in IT operations at both large enterprises and internet companies including JPMorganChase, Allstate, GE Capital, and Apartments.com. A part of the DevOps movement since some of its earliest days, Matty has also helped practitioners and organizations alike in their adoption of DevOps practices while working at Chef, PagerDuty, Red Hat and now Pulumi. Matty is the keeper of the Thought Leaderboard for the DevOps Party Games online game show and you can find him on Twitter at @mattstratton.

Marina Novikova
Partner Solution Architect - AWS
Marina has been working at Amazon for about 3 years. Marina currently supports APN Global Startup Program. Her focus is on the existent AWS architecture validation and improvements, planning new workloads and integrations with AWS services, and supporting general technical enablement. Marina has a Masters Degree in Computer Science and has over 17 years of experience in developing large scale systems for financial services.

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