This article was originally published on August 14, 2020.
We couldn’t be more thrilled with the opportunity to unite the Google Cloud customer community and bring together people from every corner of the Google Cloud universe to connect, learn, and shape the future of the cloud.
Here’s how we’re getting started. First up: We’ll be hosting a series of what we’re calling Next OnAir Talks, starting Friday, Aug. 21. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for an informal discussion on the Google Cloud Next OnAir sessions with your peers and C2C.
Join us at one—or all—of the following sessions:
- Friday, Aug. 21: What Does Google Cloud’s Industry Solution Strategy Mean for the Future?
- Friday, Aug. 28: Infrastructure, Data, Security, and Moving to the Cloud
- Thursday, Sept. 3: All Things Apps, Analytics, and AI
Register for any of the Google Cloud Next OnAir sessions by clicking here.
C2C Rockstar Conversations
From there, we’re going to be cranking it up a notch with a new, five-part “Rockstar Conversations” series starting Sept. 10.
Join leading Google Cloud experts and executives for these 60-minute candid conversations that are exclusive to your C2C connection. We’ll tackle today’s hot topics and leave plenty of room for your questions. Stay tuned for more details on how to reserve your spot.
ICYMI: 3 Recent Google Cloud Articles
There’s a lot of Google Cloud content out there. Here’s what we’re reading:
“Consumer demands are changing, and there’s an appetite for transformation in the consumer packaged goods space.” Learn about Keurig Dr Pepper’s Google Cloud announcement by CIO Dive.
“Google LLC announced a hat-trick of customer wins today that showcases the growing strength of its public cloud computing services.” Read SiliconANGLE's roundup of three new Google Cloud customers.
“REA Group moved 500TB of BigQuery data from the EU multi-region to the Sydney region of Google Cloud over a period of five weeks.” iTnews Australia covers the details of the cloud conversion.
How Can We Help You?
Like you, we’re constantly learning and trying new things. So let us know what you think. Drop us an email with feedback or ideas on how C2C can help you succeed with Google Cloud.