Bonjour Paris. Hello London. goes on AWS Summit tour!


This week is “AWS Summit week” for the team. Tuesday 27, the AWS Summit in Paris is in the grand location of the Carrousel du Louvres. There will be keynotes from Dr Werner Vogels, CTO of AWS and Julien Simon, principal technical evangelist. PredicSis is also lucky to be well featured in this event. No less than two speaking slots! Gregoire Morpain, our devOps will be presenting how to automatically pilot your AWS deployments. If you are looking at how to automate the integration on the AWS marketplace using AMI, Docker and Serverless technologies, this session moderated by Julien Lépine is not to be missed!


The morning also includes a session dedicated on the marketplace led by Barry Russel, the GM AWS Marketplace. Bary will present the marketplace and how organisations can benefit from selling their applications on the AWS marketplace. PredicSis is featured as the case study and one of our customer, NeoPost, will also present how they used predictive analytics via the AWS marketplace.


Tuesday evening, “Au revoir Paris, Hello London!”. The PredicSis team is jumping in the Eurostar, direction London. The AWS London community is the second largest worldwide and more than 12,000 people have signed up to this event. After our successful attendance at the AWS Berlin Summit, PredicSis will have a stand on the marketplace area. This will be the opportunity to meet our existing UK customers and prospect looking at adding predictive analytics on AWS in their workflow and to build predictive models in minutes, not weeks or months. We are also looking forward to discover new innovative companies using AWS technologies and other applications available via the AWS marketplace.


So, whether you are in Paris or in London, come and say “Hello” or “Bonjour”, we look forward to hear from you!

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