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294628 - Introduction to AWS Ground Station AWS Ground Station is a fully managed service that lets you control satellite communications, downlink and process satellite data, and scale your satellite operations quickly, easily and cost-effectively without having to worry about building or managing your own ground station infrastructure. In this session, we introduce AWS Ground Station and how it works, starting from understanding the ground station console and onboarding process. We demonstrate how to shedule a contact, gather data, building architectures you can use to extract data form AWS Ground Station to analyze or store with other AWS services. Breakout Session
294833 - From Australia to Africa - A Digital Earth Journey Digital Earth Australia (DEA) uses spatial data and images recorded by satellites orbiting our planet to detect physical changes across Australia in unprecedented detail. DEA enables governments, NGOs, businesses, and individuals to make more informed decisions about soil and coastal erosion, agriculture, deforestation, desertification and water quality. Following DEA’s success, the Australian Government, in partnership with Helmsley Charitable Trust, are supporting Africa's establishment of Digital Earth Africa (DE Africa) which will leverage DEA's technology platform to build the world's largest operational platform for accessing and analyzing decades of satellite imagery specific to Africa's land and seas. This session will cover how that platform operates on AWS using services including Amazon SNS to monitor the Sentinel-2 Public Dataset, AWS Batch for processing and the usage of Amazon EC2 Spot Instances to reduce run-time costs. Breakout Session
294880 - Leveraging Earth Observations and Cloud Technology for Global Sustainable Development Global sustainable development seeks to promote prosperity while protecting the planet. Earth observations play an important role in monitoring targets, tracking progress, and helping nations and stakeholders make informed decisions. However, this data is not always easily accessible and users may not have the compute power necessary to take advantage of these resources through their own on-premises data centers. The recently launched Amazon Sustainability Data Initiative significantly reduces the cost, time, and technical barriers associated with analyzing large datasets to generate sustainability insights. In this session we will hear from the Radiant.Earth Foundation, the Group on Earth Observation and Digital Earth Africa on ways Earth pbservations and AWS cloud technology are supporting governments, NGOs, businesses, and individuals to make more informed decisions and manage challenges such as climate change, soil and coastal erosion, deforestation, desertification, and water scarcity. Breakout Session
295084 - Stages and Changes: How your Cloud Center of Excellence CCoE Organization will Evolve During your Cloud Adoption

Your Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) is foundational to your organization's culture shift and cloud journey. This session will provide insights into how organizations at different stages of adoption have evolved their CCoE. From small cloud teams to cloud enabled organizations, hear from public sector organizations how they are using their CCoE organizations to meet their mission at every stage of adoption.

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295085 - Staff Retainment Beyond Salary: Steps to Skill, Empower, and be an Employer of Choice Research has shown that “organizations that were comprehensively trained were 80% faster to adopt cloud.” As you build out your transformation plans and evolve the cloud skills in your organization, learn how to define your team's learning needs, introduce multimodal training approaches, and create opportunities for your team to use the skills and learning. Breakout Session
295292 - To Infinity and Beyond: What's new with Serverless Serverless computing helps you focus on building the business logic that makes your business unique. We take a look at how you can use the AWS Serverless platform to build, monitor, and deploy your modern day applications. We deep dive into how you can simplify AWS Lambda development with features like AWS Lambda Layers. You will learn how to build real time applications with API Gateway WebSocket APIs and use AWS AppSync to create powerful GraphQL based APIs. By the end of this session, you will understand how the latest improvements in serverless provide a stronger developer experience for building powerful serverless applications. Breakout Session
295348 - The AWS Playbook for Cloud Readiness at The U.S. Department of Energy

Transforming an organization's IT operations to support the cloud can be intimidating for even the most experienced executives. Come and learn from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) journey to cloud readiness as we share the playbook that helped them accelerate the deployment and operationalization of their AWS environment. Although each customer has their own unique requirements, AWS Professional Services has identified the most common operational patterns from more than 1,000 engagements over the past 6+ years. Hear how DOE leveraged the AWS repeatable methodology along with agile project delivery tools to increase transparency at the executive level and accelerate velocity within the Shared Services, Compliance, and Application Teams. After achieving operational readiness, DOE Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) is now focused on getting buy-in from their customers to join the cloud transformation to ensure DOE achieves their data center shut-down goals.

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295352 - Modernizing Your Application Development Environment with a Move to the Cloud General Services Administration walks you through their journey to the cloud as they modernize their application development environment. Moving an entire application development ecosystem consisting of infrastructure, applications, and database environments is a significant project. Making the choice to move to the cloud can protect your organization’s valuable resource and consequently, reduce time-consuming tasks, save money, and add efficiency. By modernizing your application development environment, you gain access to innovative technologies to run all your existing systems on a platform that also allows for integration between legacy applications and cloud-native solutions. Breakout Session
295361 - The Power of Cloud for Operational Transformation: Follow Healthcare.gov's Journey to the Cloud

In 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) journey to the cloud began with a cloud-first strategy to improve services and enhance the customer experience. With the help of AWS & Accentrue (AFS), CMS built a new cloud native applications to connect disparate systems. Next, CMS used a COTS document repository product replacement platform called Document Storage and Retrieval System (DSRS) to provide a lean, agile, and effective solution for managing millions of healthcare consumer documents. The journey continued with the development of a Hybrid DevOps platform in AWS, which enabled CI/CD to both AWS and on-premise applications for a true hybrid solution. Hear how AWS worked with Accenture and CMS to conceptualize this journey and make their delivery roadmap a success.

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295399 - Running Kubernetes with Amazon EKS

Kubernetes offers a powerful abstraction layer for managing containerized infrastructure. Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) makes it easy to run Kubernetes on AWS without having to manage master nodes or the etcd operator. In this session, we cover what you need to know to get your application up and running with Kubernetes on AWS. We show how Amazon EKS makes deploying Kubernetes on AWS simple and scalable, including networking, security, monitoring, and logging.

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295421 - Getting Started with Serverless Architectures Join this session to learn about serverless architectures, their benefits, and the basics of the AWS serverless stack (e.g., AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway, and AWS Step Functions). We will discuss how to use serverless architectures for a variety of use cases. Learn practical tips and tricks and take home architecture patterns to implement immediately. Breakout Session
295427 - Voice of the Partner Panel Discussion: Driving Innovation and Growth as an AWS Public Sector Partner In this session, successful AWS Partner Network (APN) partners share how APN programs have helped them develop, accelerate, and scale their public sector business. They’ll discuss their lessons learned and their vision for future innovations. Join us to gain insight into the latest resources available to help public sector partners drive and deliver results faster than ever before. Breakout Session
295430 - The Art of Shaping the Win – How to Gain a Competitive Edge After joining the AWS Public Sector Partner Program, AWS partners can experience significant growth, but our most successful AWS partners also differentiate themselves by learning how to leverage bid manamagement capabiltiites through the AWS Competency Program. This session will provide an overview of how the AWS worldwide business development teams engage with our public sector partners throughout the opportunity lifecycle. From identification and qualification through bid submission, AWS resources are available to help shape requirements, showcase capabilities, differentiate bids, and win against undifferentiated competitors. Breakout Session
295436 - Authority to Operate on AWS: Compliance as Code The Authority to Operate (ATO) on AWS program aims to accelerate clients through compliance. Rather than spending months manually building compliant environments, now cloud automation can build audit-ready environments in hours. When compliance is automated, it becomes easy; however, codifying an environment is a profound change for many organizations. Existing tools, techniques, and technologies do not directly translate to the cloud. In this session, we’ll discuss the vision of the ATO on AWS program and demonstrate how compliance can be automated. You’ll learn about the benefits of automating compliant workloads in the cloud and how codifying accelerates security without sacrificing reliability. Breakout Session
295440 - Improving Information and Communications in a Disaster Scenario with AWS Snowball Edge Volunteers and emergency personnel carefully coordinate their response to natural disasters. This coordination requires data and making data actionable and accessible at the tactical edge remains a challenge. We'll dive into the results of our disaster response user needs study and invite Element 84 on stage to exhibit their prototype disaster response pipeline for field data management. The serverless, cloud-based pipeline combines public and private data sources with open source software. It can provide the field with a ruggedized remote data center (SBE), preloaded with critical information, including reach-back capabilities. You'll see how this works firsthand and learn ways first responders can update data from in-situ sources such as drones. Breakout Session
295450 - Making Cloud Procurement Easy with AWS Marketplace, Automation, and Governance AWS Marketplace is a curated digital catalog that makes it easy for customers to find, buy, and deploy third-party software and services customers need to run their enterprise. Discover how AWS public sector customers use AWS Marketplace and AWS Service Catalog to enable rapid turnaround time for software purchasing with better visibility into AWS spending, usage, and governance. Learn best practices for how public sector customers and partners are using AWS Marketplace to simplify procurement to accelerate speed to mission. Breakout Session
295454 - Laying the Groundwork for Change - Cloud Culture Starts at the Top Join this session to learn more about the importance of executive sponsorship to establish priorities and secure the resources to drive a cloud strategy forward. We also share best practices and patterns to build a single threaded, multi-disciplinary team to incubate and accelerate cloud initiatives that transform the way technology supports the business. Breakout Session
295461 - Take Mobile and Web Apps to the Next Level with AWS AppSync and AWS Amplify

In this session, learn how the latest features of AWS AppSync and AWS Amplify enable you to use GraphQL for real-time data streams to client apps, along with advanced caching and offline operations. See the latest techniques for automatic backend provisioning and discover capabilities for advanced querying.

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295465 - Mission Mobility - Creating Mobile Apps at the Intersection of Cloud and Mobile Computing Mission Mobility is a new initiative within AWS Worldwide Public Sector (WWPS) that addresses the increasing demand at the intersection of cloud and mobile computing. As both of these emerging technologies continue to grow across the government, so will the need for agencies to access cloud content at the edge. AWS is investing in building out all of the necessary components to offer a full spectrum of end-to-end mobile solutions. Once complete, government organizations will be able to leverage AWS for all of their mobile technologies including mobile device management, mobile application management, mobility as a service, mobile app security and others. Breakout Session
295466 - Driving Efficiency Through Mobile Applications at the Kansas Department of Revenue

Hear how the Kansas Department of Revenue streamlined their digital processes to modernize the interaction of citizens with motor vehicle records, tolling, professional licensing, property taxes, and multi-channel communication. Along with GovTech partner Payit, the State of Kansas built a mobilized platform, using AWS GovCloud (US) as the backbone, that brings efficiency to their business processes and services. As a result of the project's success, the State of Kansas has started to explore other ways to solve challenges that will improve service, modernize technology, and provide efficiency and security across the platform.

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295497 - Advanced Architectures with AWS Transit Gateway In this session, we discuss the need for AWS Transit Gateway, dive into common use cases, and discuss reference architectures. The session will prepare you with the fundamentals to understand AWS Transit Gateway operation and create advanced architectures. Learn how AWS Transit Gateway interacts with other services, like Amazon Route 53 Resolver and AWS PrivateLink, to provide enterprise scale service in large operating environments. Breakout Session
295498 - Build Highly Accurate Training Datasets Using Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth helps you build highly accurate training datasets for machine learning quickly. Not only does SageMaker Ground Truth offer easy access to public and private human labelers, but it also provides labelers with built-in workflows and interfaces for common labeling tasks. Join us to understand how this new service works and find out ways to use SageMaker Grond Truth to lower your labeling costs by up to 70%. Breakout Session
295499 - Amazon Relational Database (RDS) on VMware: Running Amazon RDS On-Premises With Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) on VMware, you can use the same, simple interface to manage databases in on-premises VMware environments as you would use in AWS. You can easily replicate Amazon RDS on VMware databases to Amazon RDS instances in AWS, enabling low-cost hybrid deployments for disaster recovery, read replica bursting, and optional long-term backup retention in Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Amazon RDS on VMware is in preview and will be generally available soon, supporting Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MariaDB databases, with Oracle to follow in the future. Breakout Session
295500 - Maximize the Performance of HPC Applications with the Latest AWS Services and Best Practices Ignite your high performance computing workloads with the latest HPC services: AWS ParallelCluster, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) C5n, Elastic Fibe Adaptor (EFA), FSx Lustre and more. This session offers a true deep dive into how to run these demanding simulations with the latest AWS services. Suggestions are also provided for achieving the best performance as well as the best price performance. Cloud offers a highly available and robust computing capability for calculations such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD), structural mechanics, and weather prediction. This presentation provides a deep dive into optimizing HPC on AWS and includes: a review of the latest instance types, and how to select an instance for your workload; a review of storage solutions targeting HPC workloads, and a deep dive into network options for high performance computing solutions on AWS. Breakout Session
295501 - AWS RoboMaker - A Cloud Robotics Service for Research and Education From the 1966 creation of SHAKEY, the first modern mobile robot, to the 2007 creation of ROS, the most common robot development framework, university classrooms and research labs have created the leading hardware platforms, algorithms, tools and best practices for robot development. In this session, learn how educators use AWS RoboMaker, a service that makes it easy to develop, test, and deploy intelligent robotics applications at scale, to help train the next generation of roboticists and enable research labs to continue developing state of the art robotics capabilities. Breakout Session
295502 - Using Amazon WorkSpaces to Support Compute-Intensive Curricula at a Distance Increasing market demands for data analytics skills are producing a greater need for hands-on analytics coursework; this, in turn, is dramatically increasing high-end computing requirements at many institutions. To address this, University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce extended its desktop environment to the cloud using Amazon WorkSpaces, deploying preconfigured environments that are accessible on personal devices and from a distance. Join this sesion to learn how Amazon Workspaces can support your compute intensive curricula at a distance. Breakout Session
295504 - Best Practices for Migrating your Microsoft Workloads to AWS In this session you will learn best practices for customers migrating Microsoft workloads to AWS. We will discuss Active Directory, Sharepoint & application migrations running on Windows Server, and the impending End of Support of 2008r2 and how AWS can help. Additionally, you will learn how AWS can help reduce costs by reusing licensing, incorporating Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS), Amazon FSx, AWS License Manager, and AWS Systems Manager to help you manage those workloads. We will also demo a server migration using AWS Server Migration Service (SMS). Breakout Session
295507 - AWS Secret Region – Lessons Learned Around DevSecOps

Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) had unique challenges developing and deploying applications in multiple security domains (running workloads across AWS commercial regions, the Secret Region and C2S), which is a common pattern in the DoD. Over the last year, JSOC has reorganized their technical team comprised of military service members, government employees and contractors to adopt the DevOps approach to software development. Developers and infrastructure teams are now closely aligned using agile methods including weekly sprints and daily standup meetings. They have embraced containerization and Kubernetes, as well as AWS native automation capabilities and partner tools, which enables them to develop and deploy across AWS commercial, Secret and C2S regions. 
 
They have unique and time-sensitive application and mission requirements that required quick, iterative code releases. These methods and tool sets are somewhat unique in the DoD and JSOC has acted as a pathfinder for adoption by the broader community.

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295508 - Enterprise Network Architectures on AWS AWS customers such as large government entities, central IT agencies, and educational institutions are faced with challenges in designing an enterprise scale network architecture that can meet high availability, hybrid connectivity, security, and compliance requirements. This session will be a technical deep dive into AWS Network Architectures that address these requirements, demonstrating common design patterns and best practices that are critical to public sector enterprise use-cases. New services such as AWS Transit Gateway will also be covered, including how to incorporate these services in building scalable, secure, and multi-account architectures. Breakout Session
295511 - Customer and Constituent Engagement with Amazon Connect AWS Customers can revolutionize their engagement and service of customers and constituents powered by the same technology and tools used for Amazon.com. Amazon Connect is an easy-to use, cloud-based contact center solution for governments and businesses that want to deliver a personalized, customer-centric experience. Join Mike Vozas and Jason Shaffer, Public Sector Amazon Connect Experts who will share some of our public sector customer success stories, partner solutions, and best practices for using Amazon Connect in the State and Local Government, Nonprofits, and Federal Government. Breakout Session
295887 - Aircraft to Clean Energy: How Government and Regulated Industries are Transforming Product Lifecycle Management with AWS GovCloud (US) Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions are the record of authority for mission critical product development and sustainment programs, intellectual property, program management, and business processes. Deploying PLM solutions for government and highly regulated industries using traditional on premise approaches has proven costly, time consuming and inflexible. In this session, Collins Aerospace and Smartronix will discuss how they have transformed internal and end customer enterprise PLM strategies with industry solutions from Dassault Systemes and Siemens PLM with AWS GovCloud (US). Learn how many organizations in this space have leveraged the compliance features of AWS to manage sensitive data associated with PLM workloads, and realize the business value and agility offered by cloud. Speakers will discuss technical evaluation and analysis of alternatives, solution implementation, data security and compliance as well as business outcomes. Breakout Session
295900 - Enhancing Citizen Services through Digital Transformation: How Federal and State Agencies are Thinking Differently

US government customers place a premium on features and functionality that provide for a better constituent experience. With increased emphasis on evidence driven approaches to service delivery, federal agencies are transforming outdated systems and turning to data management and analytics capabilities on highly compliant cloud platforms such as AWS GovCloud (US) for improved data quality, operational efficiency and mission outcomes. Senior executives from US Census Bureau (to be confirmed), Department of Education Office of Federal Student Aid and State of Kansas OCIO will share their experiences in this space, and how cloud-based data strategies are influencing digital transformation across multiple phases of the citizens engagement model. We will explore how use of Data Lake and Enterprise Data Warehouse implementations in cloud mitigate legacy data standardization challenges, data security and compliance implications, as well as how advancements in areas like mobility and AI/ML are impacting data collection and analysis methodologies.

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296689 - The Future of Fraud Detection and Risk Modeling with AI/ML

See how the largest financial organizations and agencies enhance fraud detection and minimize risk with predictive and automated ML artificial intelligence. See how ML is automating fraud detection and improving the accuracy of risk profiling by detecting unusual behaviors and anomalies before humans can.

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296690 - AI for Good: Harnessing Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning to Transform Your Mission and Literally Save the World

See how AWS AI/ML has the power to transform how you address your mission and solve your biggest challenges, by saving lives, eradicating crimes such as human trafficking and child abductions, and ending future famines.

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296692 - Building Next Generation Cybersecurity with Today's Machine Learning Solutions

Go beyond cyber basics and learn how to enable threat detection to proactively monitor and get ahead of unusual user behaviors, account anomalies, and even data breaches. Leverage AI/ML to quickly and accurately assess your organization’s vulnerabilities without human intervention, and build a better cyber strategy that's ready for anything.

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296693 - Extracting Fresh Insights from Your Data with the Latest AI/ML Tools

Make more sense of your data and harness the power of AI to turn content into insights, with text extraction, semantic search, sentiment analysis, metadata extraction, and predictive intelligence. Learn about advanced AI/ML services including AWS Textract, Amazon Rekognition image processing, AWS Comprehend Natural Language Processing (NLP), AWS Translate, and AWS Transcribe.

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296694 - Innovating Humanitarian & Disaster Response with AI/ML

Learn how nonprofits, non-governmental agencies, and governments are using AI/ML to predict disasters before they happen, and take action earlier to save lives. Harnessing existing weather forecast data, food price data agricultural production data, satellite imagery and other data pipelines, and mobilizing responses faster is transforming how disaster response can be coordinated. See how Amazon SageMaker models are identifying patterns early, along with AWS Snowball, AWS Snowball Edge, and image analysis.

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296695 - Government 3.0: Modernizing Your Agency and Upskilling with Machine Learning

Artificial intelligence (AI) makes it possible to program or train a computer to complete a range of actions. This could include transactional tasks such as filling out forms, searching and translating documents, answering user queries, and much more. Join us to learn how to modernize your organization's conversational interfaces and automate processes with AI and machine learning. Free up employee time to focus on higher priority items and, ultimately, improve service delivery for citizens.

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296696 - Amazon SageMaker Deep Dive for Builders

Learn how to get started with Amazon SageMaker—our fully-managed service that spans the entire machine learning (ML) workflow—so you can build, train, and deploy models quickly. Use Amazon SageMaker to label and prepare your data, choose an algorithm, train it, tune and optimize it for deployment, make predictions, and take action. Get your models to production faster with Amazon SageMaker SDKs, builder tools, and APIs tailored to your programming language or platform. Also, discover how Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth.can aid in the adoption of ML technology for your organization.

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296697 - Building Intelligent Applications (No Machine Learning Experience Required!)

Find out how public sector organizations just like yours are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) models for wide-ranging use cases. The need to transform internal processes and deliver enhanced user experiences is universal; intelligent apps can make that a reality regardless of your organization's size or mission. Discover the quickest way to improve efficiency and innovation using ML applications, speech and language services, forecasting and recommendation engines, and more.

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298448 - A Tale of Two IT Modernization Strategies

Join us to learn how government agencies are using AWS GovCloud (US) to achieve data center consolidation and optimization goals, and to support IT modernization. This session features the US Department of Justice Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Veterans Affairs Enterprise Cloud program. It examines their unique journeys through enterprise data center consolidation, and how these efforts are influencing application modernization and database management strategies. Topics include database re-platforming, refactoring legacy applications, compliance, technical strategies, implementation, and running operations in the cloud.

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299937 - Security & Identity: the Continuous Mitigation & Diagnostic Journey on AWS

Strengthening the security of federal networks, systems, and data is one of the most important challenges we face as a nation. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued guidance that all federal agencies must establish information exchanges between their dashboards and the central federal dashboard. To assist in this requirement, we explore how agencies can implement a continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program using AWS. Topics include AWS services that map to CDM requirements; how to enforce compliance with standards; ways to provide visibility into current and actual states; how to centralize service data to build a dashboard; and how to create a chief information officer FISMA dashboard using AWS native services.

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299940 - Networking Patterns and Practices: A case study of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s Cloud Journey

Learn common networking patterns for connecting to AWS resources securely and reliably through the prism of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's (GFC) journey with AWS. We'll discuss lessons learned and solutions developed from implementing cloud in support of the Space Mission at GFC. Explore use-case examples of AWS networking innovations including AWS Direct Connect (DX) and Amazon VPN, examine the capabilities of AWS Transit Gateway and DX Gateway. And better understand performance considerations and encrypted private tunnels with Amazon Virtual Private Network (VPN) and the new client VPN service.

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299943 - Implementing a Data Warehouse on AWS in a Hybrid Environment Data warehouses (DWs) are central repositories of integrated data from one or more disparate sources, used for reporting, data analysis, and business intelligence. In this session, we dive deep into concepts, strategies, and best practices for designing a cloud-based data warehousing solution using Amazon Redshift - the petabyte-scale data warehouse in AWS. Additionally, we review patterns in hybrid environments for collecting, storing, and preparing data for DWs using Amazon DynamoDB, AWS Database Migration Service, Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose, and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). Learn how Fannie Mae successfully migrated from its on-premises DW to Amazon Redshift and achieved its goals by implementing parallel query execution, key performance adjustments, and more. Breakout Session
299946 - Running Containers in a Hybrid Environement

The AWS Cloud offers infrastructure resources optimized for running containers, as well as a set of orchestration services that make it easy for you to build and run containerized applications in production. In this session we will review how Docker containers are used to build microservices and how Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and AWS Fargate are used for container orchestration to help customers like FINRA run and scale containerized applications on AWS.

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300966 - Best Practices for Migrating Legacy Data Warehouses into Amazon Redshift Migrating your data warehouse to Amazon Redshift can substantially improve query and data load performance, increase scalability, and save costs. Amazon Redshift is a fast, fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse that makes it simple and cost effective to analyze data using your existing business intelligence tools. AWS Database Migration Service and AWS Schema Conversion Tool make it easier to migrate your schema and data from your Oracle data warehouse to Amazon Redshift, without disrupting the applications that rely on the data source. Breakout Session
301009 - Increasing the Use and Value of Earth Science Data and Information The Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) is a nonprofit member organization supported by NASA, NOAA, and USGS, with a belief that the quality of life, economic opportunities, and stewardship of the planet are enhanced by regular use of timely, scientifically sound Earth science data. Many agencies, academic institutions, and scientists rarely have the resources and expertise to explore computationally intensive Earth science research in the cloud. Still, the opportunity is within reach. Through small grant funding, AWS Cloud research credits, and community input, ESIP’s lab supports projects aimed at adopting community-accepted best practices in scientific data management and analysis. In this session we highlight several lab projects, including how one team is leveraging the Pangeo project on AWS to build an open-source pipeline to infer snow cover at meter-scale resolution from CubeSat data, using machine learning. Breakout Session
301024 - Microsoft SQL Server Migration Strategies Migrating SQL Server databases to the cloud is a critical part of a cloud journey and requires planning and architectural considerations. In this session, we cover best practices and guidelines in migrating and/or architecting a hybrid SQL Server architecture on AWS. We compare and contrast various migration methods, including SQL export, backup and restore, and using AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS). We also provide guidance on how to migrate products that have approached their end of life, such as SQL Server 2008. Breakout Session
301025 - Design, Deploy, and Optimize Microsoft SQL Server on AWS In this session, we dive deep on best practices and design considerations for running Microsoft SQL Server on AWS. We cover how to choose between running SQL Server on Amazon Elastice Compute Cloud (EC2) and Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). We also cover how to optimize the performance of SQL Server on AWS, how to leverage the new the Optimize CPU feature, and how to deploy SQL Server on Linux. We also review best practices for storage, monitoring, availability, security, and backup and recovery for SQL Server. Breakout Session
301027 - Microsoft Active Directory Deep Dive Want to learn about your options for running Microsoft Active Directory on AWS? When you move Microsoft workloads to AWS, it is important to consider how to deploy Microsoft Active Directory in support of group policy management, authentication, and authorization. In this session, we discuss options for deploying Microsoft Active Directory to AWS, including AWS Managed Microsoft AD and deploying Active Directory to Windows on Amazon EC2. We cover such topics as how to integrate your on-premises Microsoft Active Directory environment to the cloud and how to leverage SaaS applications, such as Office 365, with the AWS Single Sign-On service. Breakout Session
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