Is your organization ready to join the revolution and start on its own cloud journey? If you live in or around Montreal, you can learn how to take the first steps to elevating your organization to the next level with Google Cloud Platform.
The Google Cloud Region in Montreal has become the center of all things cloud for Canada, delivering the power and elasticity needed to elevate businesses to the next level of productivity, collaboration, efficiency and success.
Does your organization have the highly scalable and elastic backbone and assets it needs to enjoy all the benefits this data center can offer when you make a cloud transformation? Attend an Onix How-To Happy Hour to learn if Google Cloud Platform is the right infrastructure for you.
Join us for drinks, mingling and a look at how you can get the most out of your cloud journey by understanding the crucial infrastructure that supports it on June 14 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Google’s Montreal office, 1253 McGill College Ave., #150.
Googlers and Onix experts will share Google Cloud Platform best practices, cloud strategy and a look at the future of business and big data — and the infrastructure needed to make it happen at this event presented in English. The evening also includes a look at application modernization through state-of-the -art microservices architectures based on Docker, Kubernetes and Google Kubernetes Engine.
After the presentation, stay to mix and mingle with other IT pros, Onix experts and Googlers. Appetizers and drinks are on us!
Discuss All Things GCP at Our How-To Happy Hour in Montreal on June 14.
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MEET THE AUTHOR
Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner
Carly joined the Onix marketing team in 2013. She is the Events Planner at Onix, planning corporate and employee events. Working alongside Google, AWS and Onix Account Managers, she produces events throughout North America for prospective customers interested in cloud offerings. While Carly spends her days as Onix's events queen, she's no stranger to the royal life. She and her husband, Richard, once ruled Ohio's Medina High School as prom queen and king.