Serverful to Serverless - brought to you by AWS
Migrate without changing your workflow
In this workshop, we will demo a workflow using a series of AWS functions utilized to convert JSON data into PDF, Excel, and Word. Touch on several different serverless technologies you may use, we will take you on a journey beginning with the API Gateway, then traversing Lambda functions, inputting DynamoDB, saving to S3, and if time permits finish with a demonstration of how Step Functions can turn into email notifications. Should be a great trip!
About AWS Databases:
AWS provides relational databases for transactional applications, non-relational databases for internet-scale applications, a data warehouse for analytics, an in-memory data store for caching and real-time workloads, a graph database for building applications with highly connected data, a time series database for measuring changes over time, and a ledger database to maintain a complete and verifiable record of transactions.
About the Speakers:
Robert Koch, Lead Architect at S&P Global Energy
Robert has long been a software developer and right now, as a newly minted enterprise architect, he has been deep in research and helping with the implementation of various architectural patterns in his organization. He really enjoys guiding developers and business stakeholders using proven architectural patterns benefiting everyone involved, especially customers. Robert has been deaf since birth however that isn't going to stop him from helping others the same way people helped him alongside his career path. Residing in Colorado with his wife and 3 homeschooled kids, Robert enjoys biking, climbing, and going to baseball games.
Matthew Bonig, Software Architect and AWS Serverless consultant
Mathew is a technology enthusiast that owns a product from start to finish. From the initial conception to the environment set up, product design, architecture, development, leadership, documentation, deployment, and support. Mathew believes that Simpler Is Better and faster time to market produces the best results. My goal is to bring software to users as fast as I can so that we solve the problems we haven't yet discovered.