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Elizabeth Adeotun Adegbaju

Elizabeth Adeotun Adegbaju

Cloud Consultant at Kreuzwerker


Elizabeth Adegbaju is a DevOps Engineer specializing in AWS cloud infrastructure and automation. With a background as a Software Engineer, she seamlessly transitioned into DevOps, bringing along valuable experiences.
Elizabeth is not only dedicated to her craft but also to giving back to the tech community. As a Community Organizer, Google Women Techmakers Ambassador and AWS Community Builder, she actively contributes to fostering diversity and knowledge-sharing within the industry.


Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology


  • aws
  • DevOps
  • Cloud & DevOps
  • Software Development
  • python
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Well-Architected Framework
  • Women Techmakers
  • Women in Tech
  • DEI
  • Black Women in Tech
  • Women in Technology
  • Women

Monitoring and Observability in AWS Cloud

Achieving comprehensive monitoring and observability in AWS cloud environments is an important aspect of performance efficiency and reliability. In this talk, we'll look at practical strategies for enhanced visibility in AWS workloads. Through use-case examples and best practices, you'll learn how to stay ahead of your workloads and ensure smooth operation in your AWS infrastructure.

Cultivating DevOps Culture for Success on AWS

Achieving DevOps excellence on the AWS platform goes beyond technology—it requires a cultural shift within organizations.
Join me to explore the role of people and processes in achieving DevOps goals. Through engaging discussions and learning from best practices, we'll uncover strategies for fostering a collaborative environment, improving communication channels, and instilling a culture of continuous improvement.

AWS things you wouldn't do with Django and how to do them

In my talk, "AWS things you wouldn't do with Django and how to do them," I'll share insights from my project where I combined Django with AWS services like DynamoDB, AWS Cognito, S3, and AWS App Runner. I'll discuss how I customized Django models for DynamoDB, implemented authentication with AWS Cognito, stored files in S3, and securely managed environment secrets with AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store for deployment. Attendees will learn practical tips for integrating Django with AWS services effectively.

Sowing Seeds for Impact

Join me for a thoughtful reflection on International Women's Day, even as we find ourselves in the month of July. While the initial buzz of March may have faded, the importance of sowing seeds for continuous impact in the realm of gender equality remains as crucial as ever.
In the spirit of this year's theme, 'Impact the Future,' we'll explore the metaphor of sowing seeds. Discover how small, intentional actions today can be the seeds that germinate into positive change tomorrow.
I'll share insights on how we can collectively sow seeds of empowerment, encouragement, and inclusion. Let's discuss practical ways to plant these seeds in our personal and professional lives, nurturing a future where everyone thrives.
This conversation aims to highlight the ongoing efforts required for gender equality, beyond specific dates or events.

Assessing Your AWS Account Strategy: Is it Well-Architected?

In this session, we will embark on a comprehensive review of AWS Well-Architected principles in the context of a single-account strategy. I will guide you through each pillar of the Well-Architected Framework, highlighting areas that are red flags in a single-account setup.
From security and reliability to cost optimization, we'll explore how certain decisions in a single-account architecture impact established best practices.
The goal of this session is to empower you with an idea of your current well-architected status and discuss the possibilities that a well-thought-out account strategy can offer.
Join me for an insightful journey into AWS Well-Architected, where we transform challenges into opportunities for architectural excellence.

The Silent Pillar: How IAC Holds Up the AWS Well-Architected Framework

In today's rapidly-evolving cloud ecosystem, many laud the visible pillars of AWS's Well-Architected Framework, yet an essential component often remains in the shadows: Infrastructure as Code (IAC). Elizabeth Adegbaju, a seasoned Cloud Consultant with a rich history in AWS cloud infrastructure, unravels the indispensable role of IAC in fortifying and enhancing each of the renowned AWS pillars. Through this illuminating talk, attendees will gain insights into the intricate interplay between IAC and AWS's principles of operational excellence, cost optimization, reliability, performance efficiency, security, and sustainability. Dive deep into real-world examples, understand the potential pitfalls of overlooking IAC, and emerge with a renewed appreciation for its foundational significance in cloud architecture. This session is a clarion call for organizations to recognize and harness the power of IAC, positioning it not just as an option, but as an imperative in achieving AWS success.

Leveraging Amazon CloudTrail for Secure Cloud Infrastructure

As cloud computing continues to gain momentum, ensuring the security of our cloud infrastructure becomes paramount. Amazon CloudTrail, a powerful service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS), offers a wealth of insights into the activities and events occurring within an AWS environment. In this talk, I will dive into the capabilities of CloudTrail and demonstrate how it can be leveraged to enhance the security posture of cloud infrastructures. Join me as we explore best practices, real-world use cases, and practical techniques for utilizing CloudTrail effectively.

Customizing Your Well-Architected Reviews: A Technical Walkthrough

The AWS Well-Architected Framework provides a structured approach for reviewing and improving cloud architectures, but generating generic reports can limit your ability to communicate the full value of your services to clients. In this technical session, we will explore how to build custom reports using the Well-Architected API, providing more flexibility and authenticity in communicating the results of your Well-Architected reviews to clients. I'll start with an introduction to the Well-Architected Framework and the API, before going into a technical deep-dive where we will examine how to build a custom tool for generating custom reports. Along the way, I'll share lessons learned and best practices for working with the Well-Architected API, and discuss how you can use custom reports to differentiate your services and improve client satisfaction.

AWS Community Day Nordics 2024 Sessionize Event

May 2024 Copenhagen, Denmark

WeAreDevelopers World Congress 2023 Sessionize Event

July 2023 Berlin, Germany

Elizabeth Adeotun Adegbaju

Cloud Consultant at Kreuzwerker


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