Amazon's Engineering Practices

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Interested in learning about how Amazon builds?

Building organizations, processes, and systems that enable rapid innovation is the goal of modern companies. Check out these re:Invent sessions led by Amazon principal engineers as they share how Amazon builds its services.

DevOps

DOP342

Amazon's approach to building resilient services ›

Marc Brooker, Senior Principal Engineer

DOP404

Amazon's approach to high-availability deployment ›

Peter Ramensky, Senior Manager, Software Development

DOP301

Amazon's approach to running service-oriented organizations ›

Andy Troutman, Director AWS Developer Tools

DOP208

Amazon’s approach to failing successfully ›

Becky Weiss, Senior Principal Engineer

DOP310

Amazon’s approach to security during development ›

Colm MacCarthaigh, Senior Principal Engineer

DOP317

Amazon's approach to automated testing ›

Carlos Arguelles, Principal Engineer • Charlie Roberts, Senior SDET

Serverless

SVS405 (New content for 2019!)

A serverless journey: AWS Lambda under the hood ›

Holly Mesrobian, Director, Engineering • Marc Brooker, Senior Principal Engineer

Arch

ARC349

Beyond five 9s: Lessons from our highest available data planes ›

Colm MacCarthaigh, Senior Principal Engineer

ARC303

Failing successfully: The AWS approach to resilient design ›

David Yanacek, Principal Engineer • Becky Weiss, Senior Principal Engineer

Security

SEC355

Speculation & leakage: Timing side channels & multi-tenant computing ›

Eric Brandwine, VP/Distinguished Engineer

Databases

DAT325

Amazon DynamoDB: Under the hood of a hyperscale database ›

James Sorenson, Senior Principal Engineer

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