Flux7 CEO, Aater Suleman, Presents at re:Invent!
This year’s re:Invent is bound to be bigger and better than ever. With over 400 sessions designed to tackle topics as varied as how the cloud impacts your business, deep dives into specific areas like IoT, and new perspectives on cloud issues, there will certainly be a lot to learn.
We’d like to encourage you to attend the re:Invent session that Hemanth Jayaraman, Sr. Director, DevOps at Rent-A-Center will present with our very own Flux7 CEO, Aater Suleman. In this session they’ll be sharing how to deploy scalable SAP Hybris Clusters using Docker.
Specifically, they’ll talk about Rent-A-Center’s challenge to architect, deploy, and manage a mission-critical SAP Hybris ecommerce platform that could scale to 2 million users a month. Together with Flux7, Rent-A-Center created an AWS-based approach that would help deliver the solution to market faster, in a secure, highly available, PCI-compliant fashion. This talk will walk through the implementation details of this solution and its challenges, and explore how Rent-A-Center is now able to achieve ROI through agility, scalability, security, and cost savings.
This session will be held Thursday, December 1st at 2:00 Mirage, St. Thomas Room A
Another session we think you’ll enjoy, especially if you are exploring more technical depth on the topic of containers in AWS is, “Get Technically Inspired by Container-Powered Migrations”. This talk is a technical journey through application migration and refactoring using containerized technologies and is presented by Flux7’s Aater Suleman along with Todd Gleason, AWS Executive Cloud Strategist and Mandus Momberg, AWS Solutions Architect.
Please join us Tuesday, November 29th at 3:15 in the Venetian, Level 4 Lando Room 4202
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