YellowDog’s Founder, Gareth Williams has been invited to be a guest speaker during Intel’s keynote at Oracle OpenWorld 2017 on Monday 2nd October.
Along with tens of thousands of other delegates from around the world, Gareth will be hearing about the innovation that Oracle is pioneering globally. However, unlike most of the other attendees, Gareth will demonstrate his expertise and experience in setting up YellowDog – the one provider in the world that offers multi-cloud rendering. Joined by Raejeanne Skillern, Vice President Data Center Group, GM Cloud Service Provider Business at Intel Corporation, Gareth will speak on the emerging power of cloud technology.
Gareth can’t wait to get Stateside to talk about how the cloud is transforming the world’s understanding of computer power. When asked about the event, he said:
“Wow, what an honour to be asked to get on stage with Raejeanne. And what a great opportunity to chat about some of the amazing work our customers deliver with YellowDog. I can’t wait!”
Oracle OpenWorld is considered one of the must-attend business and technology conferences of the year, dedicated to the power of the cloud and how businesses can utilise this power. There are demonstrations, labs, exhibitions, and seminars; from infrastructure to platforms, to applications, and everything in between.
YellowDog has relished its collaboration with Oracle, and after winning two of our very own Oracle Awards last year, and filming a video with Oracle. The partnership is going from strength to strength.
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