AWS Summit Paris 2019
TheAWS Summit was held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at the Palais des Congrès in Paris. The event brought together more than 7000 professionals from all IT backgrounds. The purpose of this convention was to promote AWS (Amazon Web Service), its cloud products and services. These events drive transformation and digital innovation and are organized in the largest cities of the world. They attract many developers curious to learn more about how AWS can support them in their activities.
The AWS Summit Paris also hosted the world’s first autonomous car championship: the AWS DeepRacer.
For this 2019 edition of the AWS Summit Paris, a little over 80 conferences and workshops were given around themes such as:
- The Learning Machine (field of study of artificial intelligence)
- Hybrid architecture (hybrid between a private cloud and a public cloud)
- Database migration to a cloud
The AWS Summit Paris 2019 summary in 2 minutes:
Kizeo at the AWS Summit Paris 2019
For the second year in a row, Vincent Demonchy, IT expert and Thomas Delcros, fullstack developer attended the AWS Summit Paris. They were accompanied by Maxime Di Lorenzo, developer at Kizeo, for this edition. For our team, this event represented the opportunity to benefit from a day of training and learn about new technologies.
Vincent, Thomas and Maxime benefited from the event by discovering the new possibilities and the latest technical tools that AWS offers related to cloud computing.
In particular, they were able to attend the opening keynote as well as numerous workshops and training sessions dedicated to AWS cloud tools. Among the 70 AWS partner booths, they had the opportunity:
- Exchange ideas with companies providing services that may be relevant to their activities.
- To follow certain courses that will certainly be useful for the future.
It was a rewarding day, rich in new notions and perspectives of development. AWS Summit Paris 2019 opens new horizons for Kizeo and contributes to the progress of our products. It is indeed essential to be sure to stay up to date with technological progress!
Vincent Demonchy, Expert IT