IBM Public Cloud Nordic Ecosystem Summit

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We are pleased to invite you to our first Nordic Partner Summit for IBM Public Cloud. The event consists of 120-minute sessions from 15:00 to 17:00 CET, taking place on the 11th and 12th of November, respectively.

As we adapt to a different way of delivering our enablement, this event will focus on the key messages for IBM’s public cloud offerings via short keynote sessions, including:

  • Migrating VMware workloads to the cloud
  • Power System workloads on the cloud
  • Building new cloud-native apps with Kubernetes
  • RedHat OpenShift and IBM Cloud Paks

You will also hear partner use cases, updates on IBM’s reimagined partner program, and key resources and takeaways to support your success including further enablement, training, and marketing. Live Q&A will also run throughout the event.

Event Details – IBM Public Cloud Nordic Ecosystem Summit:

Host: IBM
Date & time: November 11th or 12th, 2020 from 15:00-17:00 CET
Location: Digital event – attend from wherever you prefer
Participation fee: Free of charge
Agenda and registration: Click here

I hope you will enjoy our compressed program featuring subject-matter experts, giving you the most important knowledge on key areas in your digital transformation and cloud journey. If you want a little sneak peek of IBM Public Cloud before joining, I will recommend the following blog: Understand public cloud and its capabilities written by my colleague Frank Østergaard.

We look forward to seeing you!

Any further questions? Please do not hesitate to contact me directly at

Nordic Partner Ecosystem ISV & MSP, IBM Cloud & Cognitive

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