Cloud Summit ‘22 in Miami Centered on A Future of Even More
Among several newly announced event additions, Ruba Borno, Amazon Web Service’s Vice President of Worldwide Channels & Alliances, confirmed as keynote speaker
Ingram Micro Cloud announced more details around the highly anticipated, annual Cloud Summit ‘22, one of the IT channel’s largest cloud-centric events. The conference will be hosted in-person in Miami Beach, Florida, from May 17-19, 2022.
“It’s through the collaborative nature of connecting with our customer and vendor partners that we are able to unlock strategies, scale ideas, and learn from one another about the latest in cybersecurity, IaaS and cloud technologies.”
Under the banner of ‘A Future of Even More’ this year’s summit will focus on showcasing the technical expertise, solutions, and resources required for companies to overcome today’s toughest business challenges and capitalize on the promise of tomorrow. Themes covered this year will include “Growth & Success in the Channel” and “Scaling for Longevity.” We’re excited to again announce our Partner Awards, and are also introducing two new dedicated programs during Cloud Summit ‘22: Women in Cloud and Cloud Summit Care. Each of the award opportunities encourage participation in several categories and registration is live now.
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During the first day of Cloud Summit ‘22, attendees will have the opportunity to explore innovative solutions and gain key insights and crucial channel knowledge with a focus on helping businesses grow now, and for the future. On day two, industry-leading vendors will exhibit the latest technologies, solutions and strategies designed to support transitioning cloud businesses into cloud enterprises.
Cloud Summit ‘22 will also offer 60+ breakout sessions over nine learning tracks highlighting the ability of Ingram Micro Cloud technology and innovation in launching, powering and scaling revenues and services opportunities for partners in the modern world. Attendees will find hands-on lab sessions for Cloud Marketplace and CloudBlue, along with special sessions in the Emerging Technology track, including Women in Cloud’s “A Future of Even More” with diverse panelists representing different perspectives. There will also be vendor-sponsored tracks to learn about the newest cloud products for customers.
“We are thrilled to see the return of Cloud Summit in-person this year and are eager to reconnect with our channel partners,” said Victor Baez, senior vice president at Ingram Micro Cloud. “It’s through the collaborative nature of connecting with our customer and vendor partners that we are able to unlock strategies, scale ideas, and learn from one another about the latest in cybersecurity, IaaS and cloud technologies.”
Ingram Micro Cloud also announced Ruba Borno, Amazon Web Service’s Vice President of Worldwide Channels & Alliances, will be a keynote speaker. Ruba is responsible for leading the AWS Partner Network (APN) which includes over 100,000 constituents and counts the addition of 50 new partners per day. Borno previously worked as senior vice president and general manager of Cisco’s global CX centers. Borno joins an impressive speaker lineup which includes Megan Smith, former United States Chief Technology Officer under President Obama, Admiral William McRaven, filmmaker Jimmy Chin, Microsoft’s Rodney Clark and others.
Sponsoring companies attending Cloud Summit ‘22 include Microsoft, AWS, TBC Cisco, Adobe, VMware, IBM, Bitdefender, Citrix, AvePoint, Dropbox, Veritas, Veeam, as well as eFax, UniVoIP, Process Fusion, AWN, Genesys, Seagate, BlueInk, Tenable, Vonage, Arctic Wolf, Probax, Zendesk, and CloudCheckr.
Ingram Micro Cloud is closely monitoring the situation and updates surrounding the COVID-19 and Cloud Summit ‘22 will be in full compliance with all local health and safety measures.
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