Cloud Data Summit Quickly Approaching

October 02 04:12 2019
Cloud Data Summit Quickly Approaching
Touted as a “summit like no other” for cloud data technology, this year’s 2019 Cloud Data Summit is poised to set the gold standard with an immersive, engaging and value-packed experience.

Touted as a “summit like no other” for cloud data technology, this year’s 2019 Cloud Data Summit is poised to set the gold standard with an immersive, engaging and value-packed experience.

The event is scheduled to take place October 16th-17th and will be hosted entirely online as a 100% virtual cloud summit. This highly anticipated event is jam-packed with industry-leading speakers and thought leaders tackling bleeding-edge topics and cutting through the hype of AI, big data, machine learning, PaaS and IaaS technologies.

Innovative Cloud Summit

The public cloud has transformed the digital landscape in both predictable and unpredictable ways. Cloud technology has shaped the way systems are designed, enabled microservices and drastically lowered the barrier to entry for analytics and big data services and companies.

DataOps is a fast-paced and ever-evolving field, with much of what was known just a few short years ago having become obsolete. Cloud Data Summit aims to bridge this gap with their revolutionary new conference platform, delivering main stage discussions, speaker panels, peer networking sessions, roundtables, breakout sessions, and group lunches and happy hours all in the cloud.

This one of a kind event is perfect for Data and IT Executives, Data Managers, Data Scientists, Data Engineers, Data Warehouse Architects, and more who are interested in migrating to the cloud, expanding their cloud infrastructure, building or deploying cloud-based projects and more.

Not Another “Webinar”


Although the words “online event” are often synonymous with “webinar”, this couldn’t be further from the truth as it relates to this digital summit.

Standout Features Include:

  • Multi-directional communication with the speakers, attendees and more
  • Digital, private or group breakout meetings with speakers, panelists and attendees
  • Join and attend sessions of interest while skipping others
  • Freedom to create own “rooms” for ongoing discussions
  • Engaging features to facilitate and encourage networking
  • Roundtables, panels, and more
  • Group lunches and happy hours with audience member participation
  • Live technology demos
  • And so much more…


About the Event


Technology

The event provides a unique opportunity to learn first-hand from industry-leading organizations and professionals who have implemented these platforms, migrating from on-premise to cloud-based solutions. Topics will be presented in a way that is comfortable for both technical and non-technically inclined attendees, and will cover real-world implementations, how-to’s, best practices, potential pitfalls, and how to leverage the full potential of the cloud’s endless data and processing power.

Networking

Digital and online doesn’t mean impersonal. Just the opposite is true of this virtual summit. The format is designed to encourage, support and facilitate one-on-one networking with other attendees and sponsors. Meet interesting people, share information and establish business contacts in networking, mastermind, and roundtable sessions.

Convenience Personified

In today’s fast-paced world, few working professionals can truly take the time to attend all the in-person events that they would like to. As a 100% web-based virtual summit, attendees can participate from the comfort of their own home, while in the office, or relaxing outdoors. No more booking flights and hotels, no more having to take time off work, no hassle.

Cost-Effective

Although similar conferences of this caliber regularly cost upwards of $1000 per day when ancillaries such as lodging, travel and more are factored in, the same cannot be said for the Cloud Data Summit.

Topics on the Agenda

The event is set to cover a broad range of topics, addressing the ever-evolving landscape of cloud computing.

Topics on the Roster Include:

  • Cloud Databases
  • AI
  • IOT
  • Data Science
  • Computer Vision
  • Streaming Data
  • Elastic Compute
  • Automation
  • Data Visualization
  • Blockchain
  • Microservices
  • Cloud Storage


A Summit with Something for Everyone

Student / Learner

Those just getting started or heading down a career path involving DataOps, Data Science or Data Engineering will learn from industry leaders, gaining practical knowledge and understanding regarding relevant problems and solutions.

*Student Discount: Current students and new graduates can get tickets for up to 80% off via the special student registration form.

The Builder

Professionals wanting to expand their horizons, rub virtual shoulders with data pros, and gain insight into how they can turn their next big idea into something truly amazing will benefit greatly from this event. Technical discussions from

The Manager

Managers looking to get the most out of their resources can learn from organizations that have successfully implemented the solutions they need, from AI to cloud data and platforms. Technical discussions, insider looks at workflows and networking with other data leaders are just part of what managers can expect.

The Executive

Decision-makers and organizational leaders seeking to modernize their company or more effectively leverage the power of all the cloud has to offer will find this event to be an invaluable resource.

Attendees

  • IBM
  • Google
  • Spotify
  • SAP
  • Microsoft
  • Apple
  • WanDisco
  • Fujitsu
  • Universidad Politecnica De Madrid
  • MSI
  • USGS
  • Nielsen
  • ABInBev
  • LexisNexis
  • AstraZeneca
  • And more…


Speakers Include:

  • Jay Natarajan, US AI Lead, Microsoft, Lead Architect, Microsoft
  • Dan Linstedt, Inventor of Data Vault Methodology CEO of LearnDataVault.com CTO and Co-Founder of Scalefree.
  • T. Scott Clendaniel, Co-founder & Consultant, Cottrell Consulting
  • Barr Moses, Co-founder & CEO of Monte Carlo Data
  • Dr. Joe Perez, Sr. Systems Analyst, Team Lead NC Department of Health and Human Services
  • Kurt Cagle, CEO of Semantical LLC, Contributor to Forbes and Managing Editor of Cognitive World
  • Joshua Cottrell, Co-founder & Consultant Cottrell Consulting
  • Jawad Sartaj, Chief Analytics Officer Somos Community Care
  • Daniel O’Connor, Head of Product Data Practice Aware Web Solutions Inc.
  • Eric Axelrod, Founder of Cloud Data Summit, President & Chief Architect, DIGR, and Executive Advisor

Those individuals or organizations interested in learning more about the event or to register for attendance are encouraged to visit their official website or reach out via the media contact information below.

Media Contact
Company Name: Cloud Data Summit
Contact Person: Azra Suvari
Email: Send Email
Phone: 1-312-248-9870
Country: United States
Website: www.clouddatasummit.com

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