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Great line-up for conference in capital on 29 April

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Promo On Tuesday 29 April, Amazon Web Services will be at London’s ExCel Centre, where it will host the 2014 Enterprise Summit.

The free one-day event conference is aimed senior technical leaders working at enterprise organisations who are playing in the cloud or want to play in the cloud. AWS has assembled a heavyweight line-up of customers to speak at the all-day event and attendees can hear how their fellow UK enterprise organisations are using AWS Cloud technology “from development & test, to running entire environments in the cloud”.

Does this top-level view of AWS Cloud sound like your bag? Then turn to the Enterprise Summit 2014 registration page to sign up and to find out more.

Alternatively, for a more technical exploration of AWS Cloud, check out the AWS Summit event agenda for 30 April - it's also at London's ExCel centre.

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