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Five city stops in UK and Ireland for free session

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Promo Amazon Web Services (AWS) is taking its roadshow to Dublin, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Manchester and Bristol over the next few weeks.

You can read the full agenda for this free introductory session on the AWS roadshow registration page. But here is a taster of what to expect.

On the day you will learn what cloud computing is with AWS and hear about AWS services and how you can use them to run your applications and other IT workloads.

AWS says the session is suitable for "Systems Administrators, Solutions Architects, IT Professionals, Developers and anyone who is new to cloud computing or those who are familiar with the concept and want to learn more". That encompasses just about most Register readers, so clear your diary and register now.

City Venue Date
Dublin Croke Park 11 June 2014
Edinburgh APEX Waterloo Place 17 June 2014
Cambridge DoubleTree Hilton 25 June 2014
Manchester DoubleTree Hilton 8 July 2014
Bristol AT Bristol 10 July 2014

The Register is a media partner for this event. ®

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