Google is currently looking for proposals for speaking sessions at the search giant’s upcoming Cloud Next 2018 conference scheduled from July 24 to 27 next year with the goal of educating participants. The event, which is set to be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, will bring together a wide variety of attendees ranging from the search giant’s partners, developers, and customers in its cloud business from across the world. The conference is part of the search giant’s efforts to help make cloud computing available to everyone.
The Mountain View, California-based internet giant bills its annual Google Cloud Next conference as one of the world’s most influential conventions focused on cloud computing. The event includes a number of demonstrations related to cloud solutions as well as code labs and training sessions dedicated to a vast selection of areas such as devices, infrastructure, machine learning and security, according to Google’s announcement of the conference. In addition to industry experts, participants at the upcoming Google Cloud Next ’18 will also be able to tap the expertise of the search giant’s cloud engineers, executives, and developers for potential business opportunities. On top of that, anyone outside of Google who can share engaging and educational talks about cloud computing are also invited to speak at the event, just like what happened during the Cloud Next ’17, where more than 250 speakers from Google and over 70 customers imparted their expertise during the breakout sessions along with the keynote speeches of Eric Schmidt, one of Google’s founders and Google’s current Chief Executive Officer, Sundar Pichai.
For anyone interested to speak at the event or wish to nominate someone to hold speaking sessions, Google is now accepting proposals until January 26 next year, so be sure to pitch in your nomination before the said date (click on the source link below for instructions on how to submit proposals). The conference will also be full of all sorts of tracks related to application development, data and analytics, collaboration and productivity, containerization, hybrid cloud computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, security, mobility and maps, among others. Alison Wagonfeld, vice president of marketing at Google Cloud, said the company plans to announce more details about the registration process to sign up for the conference in March next year.