Have you ever thought "I'd like to use AWS for my PHP application, but it's so complicated!"? With over 70 distinct services available, how can you possibly learn them all or even decide which ones you need in the first place? Join me in this session as we grow a simple LAMP server into a scalable, fault-tolerant, highly-available, secure application stack on AWS. Whether you've already got some experience with AWS, or all you know so far is how to spell it, you'll walk away from this talk armed with the essentials for running PHP workloads on AWS!

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Rated 5

Korvin Szanto at 16:59 on 10 Feb 2018

I missed the beginning of this talk but the half I did catch was super informative and very helpful. The slides were great and the step by step progression of the stack really helped me understand how to effectively implement a high availability and fault tolerant stack on AWS.

Rated 4

Emil Gallant at 17:31 on 10 Feb 2018

The presenter provided a great overview of the AWS services that could be used to host high performance PHP applications. The details of the various services aren't covered but it's a good place to start to get your head around the myriad of offerings from Amazon.

Rated 4

Scott Hardie at 17:32 on 11 Feb 2018

What a thorough and helpful overview of the AWS system. The evolving diagrams made a huge difference; we would have been lost without them. This could have been livened up with a little more humor or energy, but otherwise this was very good. Thank you!

Rated 5

David J Eddy at 15:55 on 12 Feb 2018

Very well explained. AWS can be very daunting but you laid it out in such a way as to make it approachable. If anything the passing is a bit slow in the center; maybe some humor or attendant participation to keep everyone focused during the dry-er parts.

Enjoyed the talk enough to attend your follow up on the un-con track as well.