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【AWS】Our Participation at AWS Summit Sydney

【AWS】Our Participation at AWS Summit Sydney

Recently, members of Sazae attended the AWS Summit in Sydney, a globally renowned event that draws IT professionals from around the world.

In this article, we’d like to share the insights and highlights from our experience at the event.

We’d like to share the insights and highlights from our experience at the event.

Key Learnings from the Event
The AWS Summit Sydney offered a wide range of sessions, with the “Serverless Solution” session standing out in particular. This session featured practical hands-on activities using AWS services like SageMaker and DynamoDB. Participants got the chance to actively engage with these tools, gaining a deep understanding of how to utilize them effectively. This hands-on experience was invaluable for enhancing our skills in database management and machine learning projects.

The Appeal of Participating in International Events
Attending the AWS Summit Sydney was not just about learning new technologies; it also provided a significant opportunity to encounter diverse perspectives and ideas from across the globe. The event brought together a mix of engineers, developers, and decision-makers, fostering stimulating discussions. Participating in such events is an excellent way to develop a global outlook, expand international networks, and create opportunities for career advancement.

The AWS Sydney Summit proved to be an exceptional opportunity to learn about the latest in cloud technology and to network with professionals worldwide. It served not only as a platform to delve into technical details but also as a venue to explore new business potentials. We look forward to attending more such impactful events in the future, continually enhancing our skills and contributing back to our clients.

Additionally, we had the pleasure of meeting our partner, Boomi, at the event and enjoyed engaging conversations with representatives from various services like DataBricks, Okta, Veeam, Splunk, and NewRelic.