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NodeSource at AWS Summit San Francisco 2018

Early next month, the NodeSource team will be headed to AWS Summit San Francisco. AWS Summits focus on the intersection between the AWS ecosystem and end-users, specifically aimed at enabling users to connect, collaborate, and learn about AWS.

The NodeSource team will be around to talk about the intersection of AWS technologies and Node.js. Make sure to stop by the NodeSource booth to talk shop and learn how we can help you improve your experience deploying Node.js applications on AWS!

Prep Time: Node.js on AWS with N|Solid

This week we’ve shipped two updates that you’ll find interesting - one to how you deploy Node.js applications with N|Solid on AWS and the other cloud providers, and one to N|Solid itself.

Deploy N|Solid to AWS with CloudFormation Templates

Yesterday, we announced that we’ve built out templates for each cloud provider. In the case of AWS, we’ve built out CloudFormation templates that allow you to deploy the latest version of N|Solid to AWS instantly.

If you’d like to learn more, be sure to check out our announcement post or just get your hands dirty and deploy N|Solid to AWS right now.

We’d be happy to answer any questions you may have about Node.js on AWS with N|Solid at the event, or on Twitter at @NodeSource if you can’t make it!

N|Solid 3.1 with Enhanced Heap Snapshots and More

Earlier this week we also announced N|Solid 3.1, which includes a pretty awesome set of new features including cross-process snapshot diffing, PII-redacted snapshots, logarithmic and exponential scaling for the process view, and user-managed InfluxDB instances.

If you’re interested and would like to know more about the N|Solid 3.1 release, be sure to check out the announcement blog post or ask us in-person at AWS Summit San Francisco!

Get Your Free AWS Summit San Francisco Ticket Now

If you’ll be in the area, be sure you register as soon as possible! Tickets are entirely free and will–based on our previous experience with AWS Summits in other cities–be gone quickly due to a rather limited supply.