Enabling speed, agility, performance & innovation with the right cloud model
Conference Date
19th & 20th June 2019
Location
Swissôtel Sydney
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Day 1 - Wednesday 19th June, 2019

8:30
Registration, coffee & networking
9:00
Opening remarks from the Chair
Julian Day
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Consensus Group
Embracing the right As-a-Service models for your business
9:10
Making Your Multi-Cloud Service Operating Model Real
Vijay Kanchi
Global Services Practices Lead – IT Transformation
Dell Technologies Consulting
9:50
PANEL DISCUSSION: Addressing concerns of all stakeholders
  • Examining strategies to overcome silos and internal barriers and bringing together the IT and business managers
  • Delving into the business impacts and challenges of the As-a-Service models
  • Addressing the leadership and cultural transformation required for the success of As-a-Service
Theo Hourmouzis
Managing Director - ANZ
Cohesity
David McGrath
Chief Digital Officer
Clubs Australia
Wallace Yim
Director Strategy & Architecture
Bupa
10:30
SPEED NETWORKING

In this fun and interactive session, you will have the opportunity to meet fellow attendees and speakers in two-minute bursts, to exchange business cards and set up conversations for the rest of the event.

11:00
Morning tea & networking
11:30
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

Tailoring Your Cloud Strategy to Deliver Business Agility facilitated by Joao Almeida, Lenovo

Cultural Considerations on the Cloud Journey – What needs to change? facilitated by Ole Nielsen, GeoScience Australia

12:30
Networking lunch
1:30
A DevOps approach to building a whole-of-government scalable analytics platform on cloud infrastructure
  • Focusing on empowerment and co-location of the multidisciplinary team and the customer
  • Promoting an agile digital mindset to embrace change and ambiguity
  • Driving a cultural change around data sharing and analytics aimed at tangible outcomes
Ole Nielsen
Director, Scientific Computing
Geoscience Australia
Leveraging the true value of the multicloud
2:10
CASE STUDY: Operating automation As-a-Service
  • Creating a competitive business case for automation at scale
  • Implementation and benefits – what we have seen so far
Adrian Iaiza
Head of Process Automation & Improvement
TAL
2:50
Afternoon tea & networking
3:20
Developing a multi cloud strategy framework
  • Oversight of the multicloud ecosystem from management, compliance and security perspectives
  • Embracing the right cloud model for your business
  • Implementing an efficient and secure multicloud operating model
Ian Gibson
Executive Director
SuperChoice Services
4:00
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of Day One
4:10
NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION

After an intense day of learning and networking, you’ll be more than ready for an effortless evening to network and relax with a drink. So stay back, have a drink and cement those valuable connections from the day!

Day 2 - Thursday 20th June, 2019

8:30
Welcome, coffee & networking
9:00
Opening remarks from the Chair
Julian Day
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Consensus Group
9:10
Questions you should get your cloud provider to answer before adopting the cloud
  • Addressing data sovereignty and privacy regulations
  • Addressing cost model and value added services
  • Innovation roadmap and how it would benefit the organisation
Mark Lenzner
Executive Director, ICT / Digital Sourcing
Department of Customer Service
9:50
The Elastic Data Fabric – Reinventing Data Centers at Petabyte Scale to Enable Competitive Advantage
  • Exploring the basic ability to acquire, store, organize, process, and learn from larger data sets for durable competitive advantage
  • Overcoming Data Infrastructure challenges to achieve Speed, Agility & Resilience.
  • Defining our vision for the evolution of enterprise storage for high-performance, highly reliable, low-cost digital storage
  • Delivering a seamless data mobility within the data center and the public cloud.
Steve Kletzmayr
Country Manager, Australia & New Zealand
Infinidat
10:30
Morning tea & networking
11:00
KEYNOTE: Cloud Computing – Managing the legal risks
  • Privacy and Security considerations
  • Complying with the prudential standards for APRA regulated organisations
  • Cloud computing checklist for contractual issues
Anthony Borgese
Partner, Technology and Data
Minter Ellison
11:40
SPOTLIGHT SESSION

In this interactive session you will share your As-a-Service challenges, best practices and learn how your industry peers are tackling similar issues.

12:20
Networking lunch
1:20
Incorporating the CX thinking within teams into a broader IT & business unit context
  • Reimagining customer experience through As-a-Service implementations
  • The Cloud – to help elevate CX
  • Driving exceptional customer experience standards through a hybrid or multicloud approach
Angela Donohoe
Chief Information Officer
BPAY Group
2:00
CASE STUDY: The Geoscience Australia Cloud Journey
  • Why continuous delivery to cloud was essential to our digital systems
  • Creating value through new generation cloud-native systems
  • The need for disciplined experimentation and empowerment to deliver innovative solutions successfully
  • Building agile working practices to deliver great customer experience
Ole Nielsen
Director, Scientific Computing
Geoscience Australia
2:40
Close of conference followed by afternoon tea & networking
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Key Speakers

Anthony Borgese
Partner, Technology and Data
Minter Ellison
Angela Donohoe
Chief Information Officer
BPAY Group
Wallace Yim
Director Strategy & Architecture
Bupa
Mark Lenzner
Executive Director, ICT / Digital Sourcing
Department of Customer Service