Google Cloud Next OnAir, starting July 14

The most important Google Cloud's event is called OnAir and it's an oline edition

Google Cloud Next OnAir, starting July 14

The 2020 edition of the most important Google Cloud’s event, Google Next, is online and it’s called Google Next OnAir.

From July 14th to September 8th, every Tuesday Google will offer an online session with some of the most prominent professionals.

Google Cloud Next ’20: OnAir will be a much-needed opportunity to connect, collaborate, and get inspired as a community to solve the most important challenges facing business today.

Thomas Kurian, CEO de Google Cloud

The agenda is already published and we can find topics as current as the following:

  • AI & ML
  • API Management
  • App Modernization & Containers
  • Application Development
  • Architecture & Migration
  • Compute
  • Cost management
  • Data analytics
  • Databases
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • End User Computing
  • Networking
  • Operations & SRE
  • Productivity & Collaboration
  • Security
  • Serverless
  • Storage

Google Next OnAir is a good occasion to see and hear some of the top experts from the American company, among them:

Some of the featured speakers at Google Cloud Next OnAir

You can see the full list of speakers and their talks on the event’s website.

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