Google Cloud Summit Singapore 2023: A Recap
Google Cloud Summit was back in Singapore after many years and it was a day filled with groundbreaking tech and insights from industry and thought leaders.
Held on May 31, 2023, at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre, the event brought together over hundreds of business and technical leaders from across the region to learn about the latest cloud computing innovations from Google.
The keynote address highlighted the importance of cloud computing for businesses of all sizes. Some of the latest features and capabilities of Google Cloud, such as the new AI Platform, the Vertex AI suite, and the Anthos platform were presented during the keynote.
Google Cloud Summit also featured a number of breakout sessions, covering a wide range of topics related to cloud computing, including:
- Data Analytics
- Machine Learning
- Artificial Intelligence
- Cloud Migration
The sessions were led by Google Cloud experts, who shared their insights and best practices on how to use Google Cloud to solve business challenges.
In addition to the sessions, the event also featured a number of networking opportunities, including a keynote reception, a partner pavilion, and a solutions showcase by sponsors, including PointStar’s.
The Google Cloud Summit Singapore 2023 was a great success. It provided attendees with the opportunity to learn about the latest cloud computing innovations from Google, network with other cloud leaders, and gain insights into how to use cloud computing to solve business challenges.
Here are some key takeaways from the Google Cloud Summit Singapore 2023:
- Cloud computing is essential for businesses of all sizes.
- Google Cloud is a leading cloud platform with a wide range of features and capabilities.
- Google Cloud can help businesses to improve their data analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, security, compliance, DevOps, and cloud migration.
- The Google Cloud Summit Singapore is a great event for learning about the latest cloud computing innovations from Google and networking with other cloud leaders.