AWS Summit 2012 - Navigate The Cloud

When:
May 15 - 17, 2012
 
Where:
Melbourne, Sydney
 
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The AWS Cloud is evolving quickly with new services, features, and tools. To help you stay informed on the latest innovations, join us at an AWS Summit in a city near you. The AWS Summits are a global series of one-day events designed to bring AWS customers and those interested in Cloud Computing together to meet and share ideas.

15 May - Crown Conference Center, Melbourne
17 May - Hilton Sydney Hotel

Since its inception in 2006, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been providing cost-effective, flexible, secure and scalable technology infrastructure in-the-cloud to hundreds of thousands of companies of all sizes. These customers have been using the AWS Cloud to power their business - from high performance computing, SaaS and enterprise applications to social networking sites.

The AWS Cloud is evolving quickly with new services, features, and tools. To help you stay informed on the latest innovations, join us at an AWS Summit in a city near you.

The AWS Summits are a global series of one-day events designed to bring AWS customers and those interested in Cloud Computing together to meet and share ideas.

Attend this event and you will learn about the latest technology trends and some of the most interesting AWS Cloud use cases and workloads.

You can choose between sessions to help you get started or dive deeper into specific solutions. You will also have an opportunity to meet with AWS experts and get your technical and business questions answered.
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