Architecting IAM for Security on AWS
by Tom Compagno, Armen Avanesi, Aaron Medacco and Jordan Yankovich
Quickly answer the questions, “What’s in it for me?” or “Why should I take this course?” 1-2 sentences (250 characters hard max) Don’t just repeat the title. Be brief, but still inform the user of the essential things they’ll learn in the course.
What you'll learn
Fill in the bracketed phrases with the information about your course, following this exact template:
[Description of problem that the course will solve. Two sentences max.]
In this course, [course title], you will gain the ability to [end product/overall skill].
First, you will learn [first skill].
Next, you will discover [second skill].
Finally, you will explore how to [third skill].
When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of [course subject] needed to [end product/overall skill].
About the authors
Tom has spent over 24 years across multiple industries building products and platforms including: banking, tele-communications, e-commerce, retail, and manufacturing. He has designed and built recommendation engines, consumer banking platforms, and mobile applications, as well as business and consumer facing e-commerce SaaS platforms. Recently he leveraged his technology background to build business, product, and IT strategies for companies like O.C Tanner, State Farm, and USAA Insurance. He is ... morepassionate about creating high performing agile teams, and building software architectures that are lean yet scalable and perfectly fulfill the business need. He developed a keen interest in Lean principles while building manufacturing systems - and is constantly looking for new ways to leverage those concepts to improve IT.
Tom holds a dual bachelor degree in Computer Science and Business Information Systems and an MBA from Westminster College/Gore School of Business.
Armen is currently a software developer in Melbourne, Australia. Day to day, he helps startups build elegant, scalable applications. He is passionate about traveling, trying new food, and teaching others how to code.
Aaron has worked as both a cloud architect and software developer, specializing in solutions on Amazon Web Services (AWS). He holds several certifications encompassing development, architecture, and operations within the AWS cloud service suite. Aaron has contributed to companies offering services in the healthcare, training, point-of-sale and e-commerce sectors of business. His interests in the cloud space include automation, serverless computing, data, and security. When he isn't working on hi... mores next project, he's either playing with cryptocurrency or reading sci-fi novels.
Jordan is a digital consultant for a leading top-tier management consulting firm. Jordan specializes in enterprise software development and delivery in the the latest cloud ecosystems. He often uses pop-culture references and analogies to describe software paradigms and frameworks. Jordan has created and led teams to create scalable applications for business sectors such as telecommunications, automotive, field force automation, construction management, and healthcare. Jordan travels across the ... moreUS searching for new interesting IT problems, but lives in Dallas, Texas and rarely misses a Dallas Mavericks home game. Email me at: [email protected]