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AWS User Group KRK & Codete- meetup #49

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AWS User Group KRK & Codete- meetup #49 [Canceled]
Event type:
19.03.2020 (thursday)
Codete GmbH
Na Zjeździe 11
  • 6:00pm – 6:10pm: Welcome and intro
  • 6:10pm – 6:55pm: „AWS STS with SAML do not hate it, try to love it” by Piotr Skowron
  • 6:55pm – 7:40pm: „Taking Serverless to the next level” by Darko Meszaros
  • 7:40pm – 8:25pm: „How to test (server)less” by Ozan Berk Onal and Michał Szkarłat
  • 8:25pm – 9:00pm: Networking


Did you miss our meetups? Don't worry! The next AWS User Group meeting will take place on March 19th. This time in cooperation with Codete - Trusted partner in software development and IT consulting. Take good humor with you and get ready for an amazing adventure!

Details about the presentations:

„AWS STS with SAML do not hate it, try to love it”


We will talk about how to use those services to be compliant with regulations like ISO 27001 and similar. Corporations have their own rules to which IT processes should be adapted but what a small/medium size startup with limited resources can do to follow best practices? During the presentation, I will show you how to rotate IAM keys and when it is better to drop them against SAML authorization and STS.)


Piotr Skowron: Over 15 years of experience as a DevOps/Sysadmin in: banking, data protection, aviation, blockchain and e-signiture industries. He's been designing infrastructure from scratch for various projects but also behave as a paratrooper to find and fix bottlenecks stacks. Co-founder of open source devops orchestration tool – putit.

„Taking Serverless to the next level”


Moving to serverless brings more benefits if you can optimize the way you work. In this session, I share best practices on different areas, from infrastructure management to deployments, distributed architectures and the role of teams, focusing on people and processes that are at the core of software development. To support our findings, we’ll review customer case studies to see what they did, why, and which benefits they got most.


Darko Meszaros: Ten years experience doing System Admin work + various other IT related tasks. I consider myself a very proficient Windows and Linux System Administrator/Engineer. I excel in DevOps and automation, and have the ability to be very flexible with the technologies I use.

„How to test (server)less”


Are you thinking about how to test your AWS resources like lambda, sqs, dynamo or more? Have you ever think of building lambda function to test your AWS resources? Did you think about the challenges like vpc and security groups? We may share our struggles with you and try to give you an idea for this journey?

We will talk about:

· Creating test environments for serverless applications.

· Dealing with security groups and policies.

· How we build an automation flow of end-to-end tests?

· Running integration and e2e test suite inside the cloud.


Ozan Berk Onal: I have been working as QA Engineer since 2015. I have developed automation projects for UI, API and E2E. I am passionate about automation test. I have been developing my projects using Java since 2017 before that I have worked with Ruby and Python. Currently, I am struggling with test on AWS. During my free times, I love reading European Classics books mostly Russian literature, drinking beers. I am also passionate about travelling and nature.

Michał Szkarłat: He is a part time student with a part time job. His desire to new technologies led him directly into centre of cloud engineering, where he takes his first steps as a Software Developer in Test.

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