I received notification this week that my submission for this year’s JavaOne in San Francisco was accepted. The presentation will feed out of the course that will be completed by then. It will be a 1 hour bootcamp for Java developers who are interested in starting to use Amazon Web Services. The presentation will not only cover how to host applications on , but how to also make use of during the implementation and test stages of development.  It will also encourage developers to rearchitect their applications to leverage services to their greatest potential.

Here is the official abstract that was accepted:

Web Services (AWS) is an ideal platform to develop on and to use for hosting enterprise Java applications. The zero up-front costs and virtually infinite scalability of resources enable Java EE developers to start small and be confident that their infrastructure will grow with their application. In addition, the nature of AWS and the services available help solve some of the problems Java developers often face in more-traditional environments. In this session, you will be introduced to AWS concepts, gain an understanding of how existing Java EE applications can be migrated to the AWS environment, what advantages there are in doing that, and how to architect a new Java EE application from the ground up to leverage the AWS environment for maximum benefit.

The dates for the conference in 2012 are September 30th through October 4th.