AWS Summit tomorrow in Madrid

by | May 16, 2018

ETIQUETAS: AWS-en | Cloud-en | Hot news

The third edition of AWS Summit Madrid will take place tomorrow at IFEMA, in Madrid. This is a free event that will bring together the Cloud Computing community in Spain with the aim of collaborating and learning about Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Throughout the day, more than 35 technical and business conferences, customer use cases … have been planned on topics, such as artificial intelligence, IoT, Big Data or Serverless. Through these sessions, you will obtain the keys to make the most of AWS in different scenarios.

In addition, there will be an exhibition area where AWS partners will present the latest technological developments. Experts on the platform will also be available to attendees to answer questions and expand knowledge.

We remind you that our UDS Enterprise connection broker is compatible with AWS through OpenStack and OpenNebula. Thanks to the integration of UDS Enterprise with these Open Source cloud platforms, AWS can be used as a service provider, allowing to deploy desktops and virtual applications hosted on the AWS platform.

The native support of Amazon Web Services is one of the highlights of the roadmap of UDS Enterprise, so it will be one of the new features that will be incorporated in future versions of the software.



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