About this TechDay
We are thrilled to announce the 2024 edition of our TechDay Madrid, this time organized in conjunction with Deloitte. This public event is set to take place on March 14 at Torre Picasso, where we will explore how Public Sector institutions across Europe are leveraging European open source technologies as part of their cloud strategies, what challenges they face in that process, and how new strategic initiatives like the IPCEI-CIS are going to promote technological sovereignty and vendor neutrality in the EU cloud market.
In December 2023, the European Commission approved the Important Project of Common European Interest on Next Generation Cloud Infrastructure & Services (IPCEI-CIS). This strategic EU project, which involves the development of the first European open source multi-provider cloud-edge continuum, is going to mobilize up to 1.2 billion EUR in public funding plus an estimated 1.4 billion EUR in private co-investments. OpenNebula Systems will play a key role as one of the three Spanish direct participants in this pan-European initiative.
This event is especially relevant to CEOs, CTOs, Innovation Leaders, Digital Transformation Managers, Tech Analysts, and Entrepreneurs.
THIS EVENT WILL BE IN SPANISH 🇪🇸
09:30-10:00 Attendee Accreditation 📝
10:00-10:30 Welcome to the TechDay 👋
10:30-11:30 [PANEL DISCUSSION] How can open source support the adoption of cloud computing in the Public sector?
11:30-12:00 Coffee Break ☕
12:00-12:30 [KEYNOTE] Presenting the new IPCEI on Cloud Infrastructure & Services
- Jesús Marcos Morell (Jefe de Área en Gabinete Técnico & Coordinador Nacional IPCEI-CIS, Secretaría de Estado de Telecomunicaciones e Infraestructuras Digitales)
12:30-13:30 [PANEL DISCUSSION] What is the role of the Public Sector in promoting digital sovereignty in the EU?
- Concepción García Diéguez (Consultora Sistemas de Información, Madrid Digital)
- Alberto P. Martí (VP of Open Source Innovation, OpenNebula Systems)
- Alvaro Martín Orive (Head of Digitalization, AI and Controls Automation, Deloitte)
- Adolfo Sanz de Diego (Jefe de Servicio de Plataformas Educativas, EducaMadrid)