We have always been strong supporters of building and growing user communities. We believe sharing knowledge is the best way to give back to the community.
AWS is certainly one of the most disruptive solutions of last decade. From the spark of an idea, to the first customer, to IPO and beyond, the world’s most progressive startups build and grow their businesses on Amazon Web Services.
Jeevan has been managing this Bangalore AWS User Group since a few years and now it has eventually become one of largest groups globally. Kudos!
India's largest #AWS meetup is going to discuss #DNS this Saturday. We will be there with some goodies for you :) https://t.co/qRAfmw9tLP— The Remote Lab (@TheRemoteLab) January 19, 2016
This month’s meet-up was all things DNS. Hemant and Pradeep were there with their crisp talk and goodies for around 100 AWS enthusiasts who turned on a Saturday. SATURDAY! This is a good sign that shows DevOps have been taken more seriously now. Hallelujah!
Here’s the slide deck link.
We have also announced a slack group ; LetsDevOps , where we discuss various aspects of DevOps with other industry experts. Please send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be invited.
Some interesting findings from Vamsee’s camera:
The @calm_io office has a very interesting quote framed: pic.twitter.com/YKnVBoD0pz— Vamsee Kanakala (@vamsee) January 23, 2016
We have promised ourselves to attend/sponsor more and more meet-ups this year. See you in the next one. ;)
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