Amazon S3 is the powerhouse behind many applications that fuel hyper growth for today’s businesses. Organizations that take the time to optimize how they leverage Amazon S3 are able to leave their competition behind in innovation and operational efficiency. Brightloom is one such company that has built their AI/ML foundation on Amazon S3.
Hear from Michael Hesse, Lead Cloud Security Engineer at Brightloom about how they use Amazon S3 and Clumio together to power real-time applications that are secure, resilient, and future proof. He is joined by Peter Imming, Principal Product Manager at AWS, and Chadd Kenney, VP of Product at Clumio.
Join our panelists to hear about:
- Key architectural decisions around storage and backup for Brightloom
- Why Amazon S3 needs to be backed up
- The advantages of a cloud-native backup solution built on AWS
For the past 10 years, Michael Hesse has worked in Information Security across multiple industries including Defense, Media Entertainment, and Analytics. Michael has implemented requirements of a number of different compliance frameworks and knows first hand the criticality of reliable backups. Having worked in both large corporations and startups, as well as working with on-premises and cloud native solutions, Michael brings additional insights into understanding the right solution for the right need.
Peter Imming is a Principal Product Manager on the Amazon S3 team. Peter’s role involves working directly with customers, Partners, and AWS engineers to plan and build S3's next-generation cloud storage capabilities. Prior to AWS, Peter has been in the backup, DR, and storage industry for over 25 years in Product Management roles at Seagate, VERITAS, EMC, and Dell where he helped build next-generation backup, disaster recovery, data management, and storage analytics services.
Chadd Kenney is the Vice President of Product at Clumio. Chadd has 20 years of experience in technology leadership roles, most recently as Vice President of Products and Solutions for Pure Storage. Prior to that role, he was the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for the Americas helping to grow the business from zero in revenue to over a billion. Chadd also spent 8 years at EMC in various roles from Field CTO to Principal Engineer.