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Jan 2021 Meetup: How to Deploy OKD on AWSJanuary 14, 2021

Join the AWS User Group Bengaluru for a virtual meetup focusing on OKD: The Community Distribution of Kubernetes that powers Red Hat's OpenShift and deploying OKD on AWS on 22nd Jan 2021. Our speaker for the meetup will be Sreekar Achanta who is a Site Reliability Engineer at Axelerant and an AWS Community Builder . Sreekar Achanta will go over the basics of Container Orchestration Engines…

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November Meetup: AWS Certification - How to get started, prepare, and get AWS CertifiedOctober 29, 2020

Title : AWS Certification - How to get started, prepare, and get AWS Certified **Abstract : **Join the AWS User Group Bengaluru for an AWS Certification Meet-Up on 5th Nov 2020. We’ll hear personal stories from Piyush Jalan, go over the basics of getting AWS Certified, talk about how to prepare, and share a few pro tips. If you’re thinking about getting certified or looking for a new challenge…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Fargate: Points to rememberAugust 09, 2020

Fargate is a serverless compute engine for containers that works with both ECS and EKS. With Fargate, there is no provisioning, patching, cluster capacity management, or any infrastructure management required. Fargate supports all of the common container use cases, for instance: microservices architecture applications, batch processing, machine learning applications, and migrating on premise…

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Calling Cloud Aspirants for #AWS Women in Tech DayAugust 07, 2020

Register now -> http://womenintech.awsug.in/

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June 2020 Meetup: AWS VPC 101June 09, 2020

It's networking time literally to learn virtually.. Mark your calendar to make your fundamentals stronger than ever with Ashwin Murali's AWS VPC 101 on 11th June 2020 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM IST . Learnings VPC introduction History of the VPC - EC2 classic --> AWS VPC VPC endpoints Subnets NACLs Security Groups Peering About the Speaker Ashwin Murali is a DevOps practitioner and cloud…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): CloudSearch: Points to rememberJune 04, 2020

CloudSearch is a fully-managed service in the AWS Cloud that makes it easy to set up, manage & scale a search solution for an application. CloudSearch provides easy configuration, auto scaling for data and traffic, self-healing clusters and high availability with Multi-AZ. CloudSearch is automatically scales with the volume of data and complexity of search requests to deliver fast and accurate…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Textract: Points to rememberJune 02, 2020

Textract is a document analysis service that detects and extracts text, structured data and tables from images and scans of documents. Textract's ML models have been trained on millions of documents so that virtually any document type users upload is automatically recognized & processed for text extraction. Textract can detect Latin-script characters from the standard English alphabet and ASCII…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Chatbot: Points to rememberMay 31, 2020

Chatbot makes easy to securely integrate multiple AWS services with Slack channels and Amazon Chime chat rooms for ChatOps. Users can run commands from Slack to retrieve diagnostic information, invoke AWS Lambda functions or create AWS Support cases. Users can use AWS Chatbot to receive notifications from AWS services, like CloudWatch alarms, Health events, Security Hub findings, Budgets alerts…

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Amazon Web Services (AWS): Quantum Ledger Database: Points to rememberMay 23, 2020

Quantum Ledger Database is a purpose-built ledger database that provides a complete and cryptographically verifiable history of all changes made to application data. Data in Amazon QLDB is written to an append-only journal, providing the developer with full data lineage. Data in Amazon QLDB's journal is immutable and verifiable, meaning users can trust the data in their ledger. QLDB is not a…

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