Visit Akamai at AWS re:Invent 2018!

On November 26-29, the Las Vegas Strip will be flooded with tens of thousands of developers, engineers, admins, architects and other technologists  for trainings, certifications and sessions put on by AWS and its partner community at re:Invent. Akamai is excited to be a Gold sponsor this year, with a booth (#1016) at the Venetian Expo. Our Edge Platform experts are looking forward to meeting with you to discuss how Akamai can extend and surround your cloud apps. In addition, developer evangelist Davey Shafik will be delivering a can’t-miss presentation on building and delivering amazing apps at scale (details below).

We certainly have a lot to share with you: the recent Akamai October 2018 Release introduced tools and technology to help developers and admins gain more insight, achieve greater agility, and realize superior quality with their apps, and we can’t wait to discuss them with you in person, get your feedback, and invite you to join our developer community. Akamai has been integrating with our customers’ AWS environments to add intelligent security automation, advanced threat protection for web apps, deeper real-time insights, and improved efficiencies to the edge – and we’d love to discuss how we can deliver those benefits to you.

AWS Builder Community Hub

Stop by booth #1016 to learn how Akamai helps you build and deliver amazing digital experiences. You can check out product demos, try your hand at tech trivia, and walk away with some great swag. Learn more about our AWS presence and schedule some time to meet with us here.

Finally, as I mentioned above, don’t forget to join us for this exciting session:

Tuesday, November 27, 4:10 PM – 4:30 PM
Secrets to Building and Delivering Amazing Apps at Scale
Presented by: Davey Shafik, Developer Evangelist, Akamai
Location: Venetian, Level 2, Kumo Theater — Expo Hall

We look forward to seeing you at the show.

*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from The Akamai Blog authored by Ari Weil. Read the original post at: