Google today announced some notable keynote speakers that will appear at its upcoming Google Cloud Next ’17 Conference scheduled for March 8-10. Among the execs set to make an appearance at the event, Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Executive Chairman of Alphabet Eric Schmidt will be delivering keynotes during the conference that will focus on the latest for the company’s Cloud offerings.
As hint of what else to expect, Google also confirmed a few other speakers, including: Diane Greene, SVP of Google Cloud; Urs Holzle, SVP of Technical Infrastructure, Google Cloud; Brian Stevens, VP of Cloud Platforms, Prabhakar Raghavan, VP of Apps, Fei-Fei Li, Chief Scientist for ML/AI, Google Cloud and Professor of Computer Science at Stanford; Vint Cerf, Google’s Chief Internet Evangelist and Sam Ramji, VP of Compute and Developer Services, Google Cloud.
The company’s blog post announcing the speakers today noted that day one of the event will focus on the company’s vision and business strategy for its Cloud services, while the second day will offer a look at the company’s product roadmap, and the third will focus on how the company is “committed to building an open cloud.”
Google Cloud Next ’17 will also include a number of workshops for developers and others interested in cloud services:
Beyond the keynotes, Next ‘17 offers opportunities to engage in hundreds of sessions, code labs, solutions workshops, machine learning activities, technical training, bootcamps and certification programs. Participate in more than 250 technical sessions led by Google experts paired with customers and partners. You can learn about everything cloud, from using cloud machine learning and container development on Google Cloud Platform (GCP), to building with an API-first architecture, to creating G Suite add-ons.
You can still register to attend with a $500 early bird discount.