Leading open source technology and services provider, Obsidian Systems, in partnership with established operators Atlassian, Redis Labs, Cloudera and Autumn Leaf, is a sponsor at the 2019 AWS Summit scheduled for July 11 in Cape Town.
Obsidian will present to delegates on how it can help teams to get their code to AWS, the best compute, for the correct data.
Muggie van Staden, MD of Obsidian Systems, confirmed the company’s participation and said the plan is to work with its industry allies, including Autumn Leaf, to highlight the advantages of AWS cloud computing and the data centre.
Autumn Leaf is a technology supplier with over 30 years market experience, focused on the latest trends in project management and business analysis.
The Summit is an opportunity for the cloud computing community to network and deep dive into topics like how to choose the right database, to modernise the data warehouse and drive Digital Transformation using AI.
Topics such as Blockchain, database migration, Machine Learning and IoT will also feature strongly.
“We are excited to participate in this event, which truly encapsulates every tech influence that underlines Digital Transformation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” said van Staden.
“Businesses are changing and embracing digital, making sure that systems are upgraded and legacy is effectively managed in order to capitalise on the progress made. Cloud, analytics and Internet of Things have been identified by global market research and analysis firms like Gartner has stand-out tech influences, that most organisations are aware of- and are eager to leverage. This represents a great opportunity.”
Today, business operators have the choice of several options in terms of cloud migration and the management of their data.
Moreover, companies also have more technical resources available to not only secure that data, but also extract the core value of this data to enhance business processes.
“All our partners are recognised market leaders and are centred on the advance of cloud computing, data centre development and the application of technologies like AI, Machine Learning, database migration and IoT to add measurable value,” added van Staden.
“We are part of this ecosystem and it is an ecosystem that continues to grow.”