Israeli cloud services company SELA Group welcomes more than 1,000 participants from 100 leading high-tech companies to five-day SELA | Developer Last week’s internship conference was called “Israel’s Largest Technology Conference.”
The conference covered cloud, DevOps, FinOps, Big Data Security, as well as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure and GCP. This included the participation of leading figures in the global high-tech industry, including sponsors Commvault, Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
The event also included sector-specific lectures and speeches by keynote speakers. Technology correspondent Dror Gloverman and Olympic brainchild Ori Sasson talked about the future of science and maintaining perseverance, respectively.
“The conference focused on technological innovations in the cloud world and the latest technologies in the developing world. After many years of existence, it has become a brand in the world of technology. The SELA Group is a leader in innovation, adapting to changing challenges and the new world, and contributing to the sharing and support of professional knowledge in all areas of high-tech enterprise development and clouds, ”said Assaf Amran, CTO. SELA group.
Founded in 1990, SELA provides cloud services and helps organizations manage their cloud environments (with a focus on DevOps, FinOps, and Big Data Security). The company offers a variety of courses – from basic courses in cyber security, information security and multimedia graphics to high-tech courses – as a leader in technology development training and consulting services. The Israeli-based company has a global footprint, branches in India, Canada and the United States, and more than 500 employees worldwide.
“We see two major trends in the world: on the one hand, the acceleration of the transition to digital and cloud, and on the other hand, the huge shortage of technological workforce. SELA is working and will continue to work to be a key player in meeting these challenges, ”said Ron Sprintzak, CEO of SELA Group, in his opening remarks.