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Supercharge Your AWS Cloud Platform With Self-Service Cloud Ops


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Sponsored by AWS and Pagerduty

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With more than 200 different cloud services, AWS makes it incredibly easy for digital businesses to spin up nearly any kind of IT service. With AWS Console, CLI and AWS Systems Manager, users have the power to do more in their cloud environments.

But with great power comes great responsibility—at least when you have millions in revenue involved and global compliance concerns.  As a result, many companies choose to govern access to this power through a cloud operations team. Now, if an engineer wants to spin up a new instance or change configurations, they have to submit a ticket and wait around for someone else to execute the change.

To run faster in the cloud, companies need to provide cloud users with self-service automation that handles the typical operational tasks they need to get their work done, be it diagnosing and remediating incidents, provisioning and managing cloud resources or managing and querying logs for debugging, security, compliance and billing.

Join our webinar  to learn how to:

  • Delegate self-service automation to run faster and eliminate toil
  • Automate AWS infrastructure tasks through one interface
  • Connect AWS operations to IT process workflows
  • Turn AWS requests into self-service operations for end users
Mandi Walls
DevOps Advocate, PagerDuty
Mandi helps organizations along their IT modernization journey. Prior to PagerDuty, she worked at Chef Software and AOL. She is an international speaker on DevOps topics and the author of the whitepaper, “Building A DevOps Culture,” published by O’Reilly.
Mark Kriaf
Partner Solutions Architect, AWS
Mark Kriaf is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS. He works closely with AWS DevOps partners on developing joint solutions and AWS customers to accelerate cloud adoption, simplify DevOps tool chains, and adopt modern application development best practices.

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