March 25, 2020
Date & Time
March 25, 2020 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
101 North Tryon
Charlotte, NC 28202
Register by March 25, 2020 12:00 AM
Savvy technology professionals always look for more effective ways to build, test, and release new ideas to their customers. For stability, security, and scale, the enterprise finds the principal solution is anchored with automation. These companies must separate the success stories from the failures and answer: how can their organizations use automation now to improve security, speed to market, and customer satisfaction? How automation will continue to shape their organization’s future is equally important.
On March 25, join Levvel and Google Cloud Platform at Levvel’s Charlotte HQ for an open house and panel discussion about automation in the enterprise. We’ll discuss primary business drivers, strategy, cost-effectiveness, and how automation could dominate the next decade.
As a guest of ours, you’ll enjoy a tour of Levvel’s new headquarters, be treated to food and beverages, receive door prizes, enter to win giveaways, and engage with a number of the city’s top tech talent and leadership.
Meet the speakers
Senior Cloud Consultant
Customer Engineer, Google Cloud Platform
Microservice Architect, American Tire Distributors
Leaders, influencers, and practitioners within:
Darren is a Senior Cloud Consultant at Levvel with extensive experience in systems and network engineering, application development, security architecture, technology risk/compliance, and multiple architecture frameworks including LEAF, TOGAF, and Zachman. His business domain strengths include disciplined requirements analysis, iterative planning, and strategic transformation. His project delivery background includes implementation patterns from mobile distributed platforms to B2B integration. Darren brings a measured, focused approach to designing and implementing solutions of all shapes and sizes. When he has spare time he enjoys primitive camping, culinary exploration, and playing guitar.
Emily is an Azure-certified Cloud Consultant at Levvel, where she has worked in application development, cloud enablement, and technology architecture assessment efforts. Additionally, Emily has spent the last several years in technology strategy and delivery for clients ranging from startup to Fortune 50 companies. Emily is an avid sports fan so she spends her free time cheering on the Heels and Carolina Panthers. Emily graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science and a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.