CloudHealth Technologies, the leading cloud management and cost optimization platform provider, is finalizing preparations for its first annual user summit – CloudHealth Connect18.
The two-day summit is a must-attend event for business leaders looking to take full advantage of the cloud. The summit offers training sessions on cloud management run by experts and thought leaders in the cloud computing industry and attendees will discover best practices and tips and tricks to help them get the most out of their cloud investments.
Featured speakers include Mark Schwartz, Enterprise Strategist at AWS; Tom Koulopoulos, President & Founder of Delphi Group; and Dave Bartoletti, VP, Principal analyst serving infrastructure & operations professionals, Forrester Research. A further 15 cloud experts will be running sessions throughout the two-day event.
The conference provides a unique opportunity for networking with peers and the opportunity to discover the latest news and solutions from the summit’s sponsors, which include AWS, Google Cloud, DataDog, SHI, Logicworks, ParkMyCloud, and Groupware Technologies.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the CloudHealth Technologies team and discuss the product and potential enhancements with product managers and provide feedback to the team.
Users of the CloudHealth platform will be able to get certified by taking the CloudHealth Platform Administrator-Associate certification exam. The certification program helps users establish credibility as experts in the use of the platform, giving individuals and businesses a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Attendees can take the exam and become certified at no extra cost. Certification is included in the registration price.
The conference will connect attendees with the solutions, tools, and experts that can make a lasting impact on business needs and discover strategies, insights, and best practices from cloud leaders from around the world.
The CloudHealth Connect18 user summit will be taking place at the Revere Hotel Boston Common on September 12-12, 2018. Advance registration is required, with early bird discounts available and bulk pricing discounts.