May 20, 2020: CloudHealth Takes CloudLIVE 100% Virtual
CloudLIVE is the industry-leading multicloud conference dedicated to transforming and scaling businesses in the cloud. The conference is hosted by CloudHealth by VMware and draws in professionals from across the cloud computing industry from all around the world.
CloudLIVE started life two years ago as an in-person event running over three days. Attendees can learn best practices in cloud management, find out about the latest cloud trends, and get to meet cloud leaders who share a mission of harnessing the power of the cloud to fuel innovation.
In September 2019, the event took place at the Boston Encore Hotel but the COVID-19 pandemic has meant an in-person event was a non-starter. Rather than cancel such a valuable and important event, CloudHealth by VMware has taken CloudLIVE online.
The event has been shortened from 3 days to a single day and will take place on May 20, 2020. The event kicks off at 8 a.m and will run until sunset, and throughout the day content will be streamed to hundreds of people. There will be industry-leading breakout sessions, customer-led sessions with Robert Half, Change Healthcare, Groupware Technology, Secureworks, Domo, and Randstad, and as with the in-person events, there will be training courses on the CloudHealth platform. The virtual event will include a “Great Cloud Debate” where cloud leaders will argue for and against a controversial statement and create convincing arguments for both viewpoints.
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CloudHealth CTO & Founder, Joe Kinsella, will be delivering a keynote speech, and special guests will also be speaking and giving their views on the state of the cloud industry.
If you are attending this virtuial event, you will have the opportunity to have a 1:1 meeting with a CloudHealth expert via the chat room and will learn about the benefits of CloudHealth platform and get answers to questions about how CloudHealth can be used within your specific environment.