European Cloud Summit

KEYNOTES

Mainz (Frankfurt), Germany | 26-28 September 2022
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InspIring business and technology keynotes

The European Cloud Summit 2022 will offer inspiring business and technology keynotes, which will offer attendees a vision of a new era of information technologies that constantly learn, adapt and protect.

We are proud to announce our three keynotes for the European Cloud Summit 2022. We believe it is a perfect mix of technology, business and governance, a perfect mix of vision and experience, and that it very well fits the vibe of the CloudSummit.

Heather Cook Newman

Heather Cook Newman, Microsoft Principal Program Manager

Power Up: Learn What’s New for Microsoft Power Platform and Microsoft Power Apps

Microsoft Heather Cook Newman, Microsoft, Principal PM and Lead, Power Platform Community Success Team

The Microsoft Power Platform is an industry leading low-code development platform rich with capabilities that enable greater development speed and effectiveness for business users, IT Pros and coders.

Join Heather Cook Newman, Principal PM and Lead, Power Platform Community Success Team for a keynote sharing new capabilities available, customer success stories, new features, and the roadmap for later this year. Also, learn how Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Pages, and Power Virtual Agent – rapidly enables digitization and automation with a modern set of capabilities.

Lauri Haav, Republic of Estonia, E-residency CEO

Lauri Haav, Republic of Estonia, E-residency CEO

E-governance – leveraging the cloud to improve well-being and build a safe e-services ecosystem

Lauri Haav, Republic of Estonia Republic of Estonia, Managing Director at e-Residency
Damir Tomičić, Republic of EstoniaAxinom, Chief Financial Officer

E-governance was a strategic choice for Estonia. A strategy delivered! Implementing no hassle governance with modern cloud infrastructure enabled a safe e-services ecosystem which improves the well-being of citizens, increases the competitiveness of the state, and eliminates bureaucracy.

Citizens can select e-solutions from a range of public services and 99% of public services are now available as e-services. Examples include Digital ID, e-Tax, e-Residency, e-Health and i-Voting.

Join Lauri Haav, Managing Director of e-Residency, as he describes the why and how of e-governance, the human challenges involved, and how cloud technologies such as M2M communications and KSI Blockchain enabled the foundations of the service.

Damir Tomicic, Chief Financial Officer, Axinom will also join Lauri to present a case study of how e-residency has enabled and supported Axinom’s growth, delivering content first platforms for the Media, Areospace and mobility sectors.

As digital governance moves ever more to the forefront, especially after the last few years, Estonia shows a successful path to a better, less bureaucratic future.

Ivan Krajinovic, Head of Simulations at Rimac Technology

Ivan Krajinovic, Head of Simulations at Rimac Technology

Rimac Technology – modelling hyper car components with the power of the Cloud

Ivan Krajinović, Rimac Head of Simulations at Rimac Technology

Rimac Technology designs, engineers, and produces high performance EV components and systems to help build great hybrid and electric vehicles. As a supplier for the largest OEMs, Rimac Technology is today in the driver’s seat of digitalisation in the automotive industry.

Ivan Krajinović, Head of Simulations, will provide a round trip of how Rimac Technology adopted cloud computing to help with design, testing, and manufacturing of components. Simulations are an incredibly important element of component and vehicle design and testing, and Ivan will detail how by leveraging Microsoft Azure HPC, Rimac Technology were able to perform more useful simulations faster, and far more efficiently. In addition, coverage of how such a large and complex platform is managed and how results and calculations are made available on demand to engineers will be covered.

This exciting keynote will show the true power of cloud computing being used to drive forward innovation at scale in manufacturing.