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Old 09-15-2011, 04:00 AM   #1
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Default This weekend: Amazon Web Services Training for Science & Engineering in La Jolla

BioTeam trainers, Chris Dagdigian and Adam Kraut will hold a 2-day hands-on Amazon Web Services training specifically tailored to life science and engineering professionals in La Jolla, CA this weekend. Only 2 seats are still open!

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WHEN: Saturday, September 17 - Sunday, September 18
WHAT: Cloud Computing Training: Amazon Web Services
WHERE: The Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines, La Jolla, CA
WHO: Chris Dagdigian, Founding Partner and Director of Technology, BioTeam
Formerly of Blackstone Computing and Genetics Institute, Dagdigian specializes in research computing and infrastructure technology issues in the life sciences. A supporter of free software and open standards for life science research, he is a founding member of the Bioperl Project, co-founder of the Bioclusters mailing list and serves on the board of directors as Treasurer of the Open Bioinformatics Foundation. While at Blackstone Dagdigian was project manager and technical lead for the creation and integration of the Vertex Pharmaceutical VAMPIRE cluster, which replaced an existing Top500 supercomputer used for cutting edge discovery research and informatics. Dagdigian received his bachelorís degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Biotechnology and occasionally finds the time to continue his graduate coursework at Harvard Extension School.

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
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