Trevor Sullivan from AWS Reviews Cloudtrail
Trent Hein has continued to evolve a Meetup group known as DevOps Boulder for the past several years.
On Monday, August 20 the group meet in downtown Boulder at Rule4 to discuss cloud operating regarding AWS Cloudtrail.
The meeting was held at a larger venue, and the group was close to 100 people. One of the group members brought up an event by Software Freedom School with a DevOps Camp.
(Web link: http://www.sofree.us/devopscamp.html)
A young adult presented his science fair project to a room full of advanced coders. Surprisingly, his presentation on utilizing a Raspberry Pi to connect with motion censor technology was thought out and creative.
Trevor Sullivan, Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services returned to DevOps Boulder from his new home in Seattle to share the latest server technology in development at Amazon.
His presentation was polished and professional. In my view, Amazon Cloudtrail is extremely important for businesses with sensitive user data that requires additional layers of security and tracking.
Sullivan covered the auditing process and different uses of Cloudtrail. In addition to his presentation, the Meetup also provided a chance to network with similar people in the tech industry.
After attending the meetings with DevOps Boulder for years, I have been able to build strong relationships, and continue to learn new technology. The DevOps culture is displayed within the video below from Amazon Web Services.
If you are interested in joining a Meetup, connect with the website online.