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Software Development Special Interest Group

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 10:00am to 11:00am

Mann Library, 102
Cornell University Mann Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA

Join the Software Development SIG (SD-SIG) for its August event. Eric Grysko will present on how various Amazon technologies were used to build the Central Syllabi application. Then Tad Merchant will present on how University Communications moved their ColdFusion application to Amazon.  Coffee and donuts will be provided.

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Central Syllabi - A look at the ingredients for a major new Class Roster feature.
Using Amazon S3 & CloudFront for syllabus storage & delivery; SNS & SQS for a message bus; and Elasticsearch on ECS for content search.

Eric Grysko (Software Engineer, Student Services IT)

Cloudfusion: Moving legacy coldfusion apps to the cloud 

From zero to autoscaling without rewriting.  We'll cover a couple ways we tried, a couple ways we failed, and a couple ways that work.  A medium dive into Coldfusion, Ops, and Automation from a background of applications development.

Tad Merchant (Applications Developer, University Communications)

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