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WORKSHOP - Improving Performance and Availability of Serverless Applications


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While thousands of customers are using serverless applications to access infrastructure and resources as they go, finding the right balance between the parameters for their function and the performance and availability of those functions is challenging. Join this hands-on workshop, featuring live presentations and interactive labs, to learn how you can leverage a fully managed AIOps solution from AWS to:

  • Automatically identify and analyze a wide range of performance and availability-related issues for serverless applications
  • Proactively detect application issues before a customer-impacting event occurs
  • Receive ML-powered insights to manage and take real-time action on application issues

Jonathan Vogel
Developer Advocate - Amazon Web Services
Jonathan is a Developer Advocate at AWS since February 2022. Before that, he was a DevOps Specialist Solutions Architect at AWS for two years. Prior to AWS, he practiced professional software development for over a decade. Jonathan enjoys music, birding and climbing rocks.
Lucy Hartung
Senior Specialist - Amazon Web Services
Lucy focuses on improving application qualify and availability by leveraging AWS AIOps services. In addition, she has over 15+ years’ experience work with consulting and ISVs partners on joint business development and Go-To-Market motions. She is interested in accelerate AIOps adoptions through partnership.
MJ Kubba
Solutions Architect - Amazon Web Services
MJ Kubba is a Solutions Architect based out of Chicago, IL focuses on GovTech partners with over 14 years of software development experience. He has a passion for DevOps and cultural transformation.
Joseph Simon
Solutions Architect - Amazon Web Services
Joseph Simon is a Solutions Architect based out of Brooklyn, New York. He focuses on helping enterprise customers migrate workloads to the cloud bringing 15 years of experience to AWS.

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