Our AWS Senior Solutions Architect Ryan Kolak will be available on August 11, 18, and 25 for online consultations via Zoom. He will have 50-minute slots available between 10:00 AM and 4:30 PM.
This is a great opportunity to ask questions, get design guidance, and work through any issues you may be having with AWS. You can schedule your session here:
Connect with us:
cloud.illinois.edu | go.illinois.edu/awsonteams | firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us on Thursday, July 30 at 10:00 AM central via AWS Chime to learn more about Security in the Cloud. This series of webinars is being presented by AWS for the University of Illinois, University of Michigan, and Notre Dame audiences.
Using AWS, you will gain the control and confidence you need to securely run your business with the most flexible and secure cloud computing environment available today. As an AWS customer, you will benefit from AWS data centers and a network architected to protect your information, identities, applications, and devices. With AWS, you can improve your ability to meet core security and compliance requirements, such as data locality, protection, and confidentiality with our comprehensive services and features.
Please register to attend. AWS Chime meeting details will be provided after registering.
Matthew Wilson, Assistant Director of Microsoft and Client Application Service, Information Technology Services at Northeastern University will discuss how Northeastern implemented Azure Lab Services to provide enhanced support to their faculty and students as they shifted to remote learning.
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 2PM ET to 4PM ET (2 hours)
In partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Internet2 is pleased to invite you to join this virtual session designed to introduce Higher Education researchers to AWS cloud computing.
During the session, you will be introduced to cloud computing, AWS’s infrastructure (such as AWS Regions and Availability Zones), and AWS security.
Also, you’ll learn how to transfer and share data – enabling you to work more efficiently with researchers around the globe. The session will include a demonstration of how to deploy Jupyter Notebooks and RStudio on AWS.
Join us on Thursday, July 16 at 10:00 AM central via AWS Chime to learn more about the different applications of Cloud storage. This is a first in a series of webinars being presented by AWS for the University of Illinois, University of Michigan, and Notre Dame audiences.
AWS provides low-cost data storage with high durability and availability. AWS offers storage choices for a variety of use cases and provides block, file, object, and hybrid storage as well as a variety of data transfer services. In this session, we will discuss the AWS cloud storage services and features and how customers are using them today.
Please register to attend via Eventbrite. The password to access the registration page is cloudstorage. AWS Chime meeting details will be provided after registering.