It’s AWS Sydney Summit time

It’s AWS Sydney Summit time

2019 is flying by and the AWS Sydney Summit is almost on us again! After a hugely crazy but successful time last year, we are back! You will find RedBear IT in the Cloud Zone Expo. This year’s event runs over three days at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Darling Harbour, starting on Tuesday 30th April with the Innovation Day and continuing on the Wednesday and Thursday.

Why should I come along?

The Sydney Summit is the biggest AWS Summit outside of the annual re:Invent global conference. Sydney, and Australia, does love a good summit. The AWS series certainly does not disappoint. It’s a packed agenda where you can learn how cloud technology will help your business lower costs, improve efficiency, and innovate at scale.

The summit week’s experience begins with Amazon Innovation Day, which this year is focussing on how AI, Machine Learning, and Robotics are changing the way we work and live.

The two day AWS Summit starts with fascinating keynotes that highlight some amazing innovation from local organisations. The individual tracks (and there are over 100 educational sessions) delve deep into the AWS Cloud. You can go super deep technically. However, you can also fly much higher, understanding how to get started on your Cloud journey. The Sydney summit also delivers hands on experience with a new workshop track. It’s a huge few days!

So what do you need to do now? If you haven’t already, register here.

Come and say hello at the Sydney summit

We will be there for all three days. Come and say hello to us in the Expo. Come and hear us talk about how we use the AWS Cloud to reduce risk and enhance the security posture of our customers.

We will be sharing our approach to securely migrating and establishing workloads in the AWS Cloud. Also talk to us about why we think we are one of the most capable Cloud Security managed service providers in Australia.

If you want to know more, come and see us.

But wait, we might even have a few giveaways!

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