It’s been a great year for CloudBolt at tech conferences this year. Our team has had such a blast meeting many of you and learning about your hybrid and multi-cloud environments. Now, we’re gearing up to do it one last time in 2019.

One of the biggest tech conferences of the year is upon us, AWS re:Invent, in Las Vegas from Dec. 2 to 6. We’ll be at Booth 2231, and we hope to see you there. Sign up to meet with us here!

If you’re looking for session to check out around hybrid cloud management and platforms, we’ve found five that might be of interest to you. You can find the full session catalogue here

Enable AWS adoption at scale with automation and governance

Monday, Dec 2, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

MGM, Level 3, Premier Ballroom 309

“Enterprises are taking advantage of AWS so they can move quickly while maintaining governance control over costs, security, and compliance. In this session, we discuss how AWS Control Tower, AWS Service Catalog, AWS Organizations, and AWS CloudFormation simplifies compliance and makes ongoing governance easier. You learn how to set up and govern your multi-account AWS environment or landing zone through automation, blueprints, and guardrails. Finally, you learn how to launch governed and secure resources on AWS through a DevOps CI/CD pipeline.”

Operating and managing hybrid cloud on AWS

Tuesday, Dec 3, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

MGM, Level 1, Boulevard Ballroom 161

“Operating in a hybrid architecture is a necessary component of an enterprise cloud adoption journey. Security, provisioning, change management, and monitoring are all key aspects of managing any hybrid cloud environment. This session covers the AWS services, open source tools, and AWS partners that can provide enterprises with a secure, well-governed, performant, reliable, and well-operated hybrid cloud environment. We cover infrastructure and application continuous delivery and improvement solutions, along with best practices to automate hybrid cloud provisioning and operations activities.”

Service mesh across hybrid infrastructure

Tuesday, Dec 3, 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM

Bellagio, Monet 3

“Having visibility of services and traffic between an on-premises data center and AWS can help you understand costs, troubleshoot requests, secure connections, and maintain application resiliency. In this session, we walk through how to configure AWS Cloud Map and HashiCorp Consul so that you can observe services and manage traffic between the cloud and your data center. We also show you how to trace a request from an AWS application to a data center database in order to troubleshoot an issue.”

Accelerate your cloud operations team via governance automation

Wednesday, Dec 4, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Venetian, Level 2, Titian 2205

“In this session, we define enterprise cloud governance and explain its role in achieving security, compliance, and architecture best practices. Using real-world case studies from Fortune 100 enterprises, we demonstrate how governance automation is being used to accelerate and elevate the role of cloud operations (DevOps) while increasing visibility and control for the enterprise. This presentation is brought to you by Turbot HQ, an APN Partner.”

The future of cloud management

Wednesday, Dec 4, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Venetian, Level 2, Titian 2205

“There were over a dozen acquisitions of cloud management companies in 2018 and more in 2019 as technology vendors responded to their customers’ adoption of the cloud and multiple tools and services for containers, microservices, and serverless computing deployments. IT departments are creating cloud centers of excellence and evolving to everything as a service (XaaS) IT delivery models to be more agile. Join this session to learn about emerging cloud management trends. We discuss how to optimize your cloud infrastructure and services for performance, cost, security, and compliance while allowing teams to use the cloud services and tools that they prefer. This presentation is brought to you by VMware, an APN Partner.”

Can’t make it to AWS re:Invent? Request a CloudBolt demo today.

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