The GeekWire Cloud Summit is one of the premier cloud technology conferences in the country.
Now in its third year, the event on June 5, 2019 at Meydenbauer Center (11100 NE 6th St) in Bellevue, WA, will bring together more than 600 engineers, developers, technical leaders and business decision-makers for a deep dive on the future of cloud technologies.
Past speakers have included Scott Guthrie, the Microsoft Azure chief; Docker CEO Steve Singh; Heptio co-founder Joe Beda, the co-creator of Kubernetes; Amazon Web Services VP Peter DeSantis, Alaska Airlines CIO Charu Jain; Cloudflare CEO and co-founder Matthew Prince, University of Washington computer scientist Emily Fox, Apple’s senior director of AI and machine learning Carlos Guestrin, and many others.
Why attend? Gain deep technical knowledge from leading minds in the cloud and important industry connections. See the 2018 Cloud Summit recap here, and check out presentations here. The Cloud Summit is ideal for developers, engineers, IT administrators and other technical staffers who want to stay abreast of the major trends in computing today.
In addition to insightful talks and interviews with prominent cloud executives, the 2019 Cloud Summit will feature in-depth technical tracks in areas such as artificial intelligence and machine learning; serverless computing; DevOps; security and hybrid cloud. A diversity and inclusion session will be featured during the lunch hour.
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