AWS Summit, 2013: Navigating the Cloud

Aspera is joining Amazon Web Services (AWS) for their worldwide summits in 2013.  These free, one-day events designed to provide developers and technical leaders with an introduction to the AWS Cloud and guidance on architecture and engineering best practices, and Aspera staff will be on hand to demonstrate Aspera On Demand offering high-speed transfers of large data to, from, and across cloud infrastructure.

Please join us in one of these event locations in April:

New York City, April 18
Javits Convention Center

The AWS Summit – New York City will feature a keynote address by Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon, customer presentations, and technical sessions led by AWS engineers.

London, April 23
The Business Design Centre

AWS Summit, London, will feature 2 keynote addresses by Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon and Stephen Schmidt, Chief Information Security Officer of AWS as well as customer presentations, and technical sessions led by AWS engineers.

Sydney, April 24
Hilton Hotel

This free, one-day event will feature a keynote address from Adam Selipsky, VP of Amazon Web Services, customer presentations and technical content specifically designed for new and experienced users.

San Francisco, April 30
Moscone South

The AWS Summit – San Francisco will feature a keynote address by Andy Jassy, Sr. Vice President of AWS, customer presentations, and technical sessions led by AWS engineers.

Berlin, May 2
Berliner Congress Center (BCC)

The AWS Summit, Berlin, will feature 2 keynote addressed by Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon and Stephen Schmidt, Chief Information Security Officer of AWS as well as customer presentations, and technical sessions led by AWS engineers.

Tokyo, June 5-6

 

Aspera On Demand

Aspera On Demand unlocks the cloud’s unlimited computing and storage resources for big data applications by delivering high-speed transfers in, out and across the cloud with scale-out transfer capacity, enterprise-grade security, a variety of client options (web, mobile, embedded), and applications for ingest, sharing, collaboration and exchange of big data, all available as on-demand subscription services. Tiered, usage-based pricing provides the flexibility to easily scale capacity up or down, paying only for what you use and avoiding costly IT infrastructure build-outs to accommodate spikes in demand.