AWS re:Invent 2017 — DevOps re:Cap Webinar Resources

On December 12th, Stelligent CTO Paul Duvall and Chief Architect Casey Lee presented the top AWS re:Invent 2017 DevOps announcements in a webinar and their impact to the DevOps community. This page contains resources mentioned in the session.

AWS re:Invent 2017 DevOps re:Cap (Blog Post)

We cover the top five DevOps-related product announcements from AWS re:Invent 2017.

AWS re:Invent 2017 — AWS CEO Andy Jassy

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Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, delivers his AWS re:Invent 2017 keynote, featuring the latest news and announcements.

Stelligent Sessions at AWS re:Invent 2017

AWS re:Invent 2017 — Technological Accelerants for Organizational Transformation (DVC303)

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Developers and management can seem at cross purposes when one group looks at technologies and the other looks at organizational issues. Both groups are looking for ways to deliver value faster, leaner, and at less cost. There are technological avenues for accomplishing these goals, including DevOps and serverless architectures. However, these approaches also have organizational implications, as they change the nature and content of communication between teams. In this session, we cover the technology benefits and organizational transformations involved in DevOps and serverless architectures.
This session is part of the re:Invent Developer Community Day, six community-led sessions where AWS enthusiasts share technical insights on trending topics based on first-hand experiences and knowledge shared within local AWS communities.

AWS re:Invent 2017 — Culture Shift: How to Move a Global Financial Services Organization (FSV308)

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Many enterprises that follow regulated, process-driven workflows would like to take advantage of the innate features and benefits of AWS to become more agile, achieve operational excellence, and accelerate time-to-market while leveraging a DevOps culture and development methodology. But building a mature DevOps capability doesn’t happen overnight. Creating and implementing testing, compliance, and security automation frameworks requires time and organizational and process changes. Financial institutions are addressing this challenge by using AWS Service Catalog to help bridge the gap between traditional operations and true DevOps.

AWS re:Invent 2017 — Using AWS to Achieve Both Autonomy and Governance at 3M (DEV332)

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There is a constant tension between empowering teams to be agile through autonomy and enforcing governance policies to maintain regulatory compliance. Hear from Nathan Scott, Senior Consultant at AWS and James Martin, Automation Engineering Manager at 3M on how they have achieved both autonomy and governance through self-service automation tools on AWS. Learn how to avoid pitfalls with building the CI/CD team, right sizing and how to address. This session will also feature a demo from Casey Lee, Chief Architect at Stelligent on the tools used to accomplish this for 3M, including AWS Service Catalog, AWS CloudFormation, AWS CodePipeline and Cloud Custodian, an open source tool for managing AWS accounts.

AWS re:Invent 2017 — Security Validation through Continuous Delivery at Verizon (DEV403)

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In this session, Verizon and Stelligent demonstrate techniques and approaches on how to validate your security infrastructure during the development process through Continuous Security, and keep it that way through AWS Lambda auto-remediation. Verizon and Stelligent present a hands-on demo of these techniques, and a deep dive into the code that enables these technologies.