全編英語のトラックです！iJAWS(International Japan AWS user group)の流れを組んだ、英語によるセッション発表、ディスカッションの部屋となります。普段あまり聞けないAWSの利用事例をきけるだけでなく、英語を勉強したい人にもうってつけのトラックです。
What is AWS?
Scaling Gengo on AWS: from 10,000 translators, 150 million words, and beyond!.
Do you know about Gengo? Learn what we do, how we started, and some of the lessons we have learned scaling our systems to meet the demands of 150 million words. We will discuss how Amazon has helped us along the way and what we plan to take advantage of in the future.
Building Moneytree’s data aggregation system with SWF
Ross Sharrott [Moneytree]
Moneytree uses SWF to coordinate workflows for our data aggregation service. In this talk, we will discuss Moneytree’s use case and how we built a system that can handle hundreds of thousands of jobs per day with 2 developers while still sleeping at night.
Language Cloud (Use Case in AWS)
Sergio Arcos[Language Cloud]
I presented an AWS example with our own platform, pointing to some of the relations we have created thought our lifetime with different services offered (EC2, OpsWorks, DynamoDB, RDS, S3, R53, …).
Lessons learned from 8 years of hosting Ruby web apps
The options for hosting ruby web application are plentiful, all with different advantages and disadvantages, options, limitations. How to start, how to grow, what are the pitfalls?
With this talk I’d first like to give a short overview of several cloud hosting alternatives such as plain VPS, AWS, EngineYard, Heroku, and provide some insights based on my experience with them – beyond just somehow getting it to run, but also how to handle continuous deployment, how to maintain and scale them.
While Rails already comes with many best practices build in, there are still plenty enough traps for you. We definitely had our fair share, and I’d like to share some of them for your entertainment and
How to tune MongoDB on AWS
Ryuji Tamagawa [Sky Co. Ltd,]
MongoDB is a popular, easy to use NoSQL Database engine.
In this session, I will talk about how to tune the performance of MongoDB on AWS, using features like Provisioned IOPS.
AWS Geek Talk: An Inside story of AWS users