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Default Fundamentals: Amazon Web Services for Science & Engineering

New 'Fundamentals: Amazon Web Services for Science & Engineering' class

June 24-25, 2010
San Francisco, CA

Taught by two instructors in a limited-size classroom setting (20 people max), attendees will gain a rock solid understanding of Amazon Web Services and how it can best be applied to use in research applications. Training topics are covered with a split focus on enabling legacy applications while also covering in detail the emerging body of cloud best-practices and reference architectures, leaving attendees prepared for both today and tomorrow.

Coverage Includes:

* AWS Logistics
* AWS Overview
* Mapping Informatics to the Cloud
* Billing & Credential Management
* EC2 Overview
* Identity Management
* Monitoring & Reporting
* Immersion/Learn by doing
* Server & AMI Customizations
* Maq Assembler
* Configuration Management
* S3 Overview
* EBS Overview
* Data Movement
* SQS Overview
* And more

Benefit from BioTeamís real-world knowledge and learn to leverage cloud resources to accelerate your research and save money. Register today:
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