AWS Community Day Bengaluru 2019 - Track 1

AWS Community Day Bengaluru 2019 experience by Bhuvaneswari Subramani & Piyush Jalan

Welcome to AWS Community Day Bengaluru 2019 - Track 1 hosted by Sathyajith, AWS Community Hero & organizer AWS User Group Bengaluru, Piyush Jalan & Kaivalya Shah.

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Talk 1: Serverless Architecture : The future of Cloud Computing

Palanisamy, Enterprise Architect from Brillion, leading AWS core development team.


Talk 2: Building voice-driven apps for Alexa

Saifur, full-time freelancer with a keen interest & experience in web, mobile and voice-driven apps. He has also conducted several workshops on Mobile App Development, Web App development and Voice-app development.

Let’s gear up to watch a demo on Building voice-driven apps for Alexa and put our hands together for


Talk 3: Plant Monitoring & Automatically Water System using AWS IoT

Sekhar Rangam, Manager - Sr. Technical Architect, BRIDGEi2i Analytics Solutions.


Talk 4: Leveraging Machine Learning to Reduce Mean Time to Identify and Resolve Issues when handling Systems/Applications at Scale.

Paul Rajesh, Director India Sales, Sumo Logic and Vikas Srivastava, Lead SRE, Sumo logic


Talk 5: Building Digital Human by using AWS Sumerian.

Ilanchezhian Ganesamurthy is a Principal Architect (Cloud & CUI) from Evry, Alexa Evangelist and co-organizer - AWS User Group Chennai. He helps customers in crafting solutions around Cloud-Native, Conversational User Interfaces (CUI), Microservices, Alexa, Google Home.


Talk 6: Leveraging Micronaut on AWS Lambda.

Naresha K, a Software Craftsmanship Coach and Cloud Transformation Specialist. He is also founder / organiser of Bangalore Groovy User Group.


Talk 7: Become Thanos of the LambdaLand: Wield all the Infinity Stones.

Srushith Repakula, Head of Engineering at KonfHub where he is building a one stop platform for technical conferences. The platform is built on AWS stack, primarily using serverless and other associated services.

You can find him regularly speaking at conferences and meetups in the serverless community and shares his knowledge, production experiences and real life challenges. He also actively blogs and writes articles for OSFY, Medium and D-Zone. He also runs Serverless Architecture Bangalore group.