We’re excited to be a sponsor at the AWS Public Sector Summit in Washington DC from June 12-14th. Join us there to find out more about Matillion ETL for Amazon Redshift, available on the AWS Marketplace and the AWS GovCloud (US) Region.
AWS Public Sector Summit
The AWS Public Sector Summit, now in its eighth year, is a three day event being held this June at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.
This event brings together government, education and non-profit technology leaders from all over the World, with the aim to inspire and educate on the ways in which Cloud Computing can revolutionize these sectors.
- When: June 12-14, 2017
- Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington DC
- Matillion Booth: #406
A packed agenda, spread out over three full days includes keynote speeches, bootcamps, breakout sessions, and certifications, networking opportunities and lots lots more. Hear from Amazon CTO, Werner Vogels and VP for World Wide Public Sector, Teresa Carlton as well as speakers from the CIA, the Department of Justice and California Polytechnic State University.
To find out more about the event and register your place, click here.
Join us there!
You’ll be able to find the Matillion team at Booth #406 in the Expo Hall where our team will be on hand (in our trademark bright green t-shirts) to provide live demonstrations and answer any questions that you might have.
See Matillion ETL for Amazon Redshift in action with a one-on-one demo with a Solution Architect, learn more about the benefits, hear about some of our customers and get best-practice advice from our team of Redshift professionals.
If you can’t join us there in Washington, you can keep up to date with everything going on by following us on twitter – @Matillion
You can also register for one of our weekly open training session to see our tool in action for yourself! Follow the link here and choose a time that’s suitable for you.
Download our free eBook below for loads of useful advice and best practices on how to optimize your Amazon Redshift setup