DiUS helps to navigate the cloud

DiUS Computing is excited to announce its sponsorship of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Summit 2013: Navigating the Cloud in Sydney on April 24, 2013 at the Hilton Hotel.

AWS Summits are free, one-day events hosted in 12 major cities around the world. These events are designed to provide developers and technical leaders with an introduction to the AWS Cloud and guidance on architecture and engineering best practices. Whether you are new to the cloud or an experienced user, you will learn something new at the AWS Summit.

The Sydney AWS Summit features a keynote address from Adam Selipsky, VP of Amazon Web Services, customer presentations and technical content specifically designed for new and experienced users.

Customer case study: Hooroo – How the cloud and a Lean mindset helped Qantas launch a new business

A joint presentation by Warner Godfrey, DiUS Computing, and Bruce Fair, Hooroo, at the AWS Summit in Sydney will cover how DiUS used the cloud to help Qantas successfully enter the burgeoning online travel market with the speed, scale and agility typically associated with a start-up.

Twelve months on and now a global player, we examine the challenges, successes, what we’d do differently and the changing measures of success.

Also covered is how Qantas responded to the commercial challenges of using the cloud such as security, privacy and data sovereignty, and the key development practices such as Continuous Deployment that facilitated three major production releases in 15 months, for Qantas, Jetstar and the launch of a new brand, Hooroo.

For more information about the event, or to view the full agenda, including session abstracts and speaker bios, or to register for your free ticket, visit the event website.

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