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Just released: The Google Cloud Next session catalog is live. Build your custom playlists.

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There’s less than one month to go until Google Cloud Next, October 12–14, 2021, and we can’t wait for you to join our free flagship event. The full event catalog is now live, so you can discover the content that’s best for you. Explore live, expert-led Q&As, join breakout sessions, immersive demos, and hear real-world use cases for Google Cloud. This year, you can also personalize your experience by building custom playlists, and set reminders and calendar notifications to make sure you don’t miss out.

Join us at Next ’21 to hear about the present – and future – of the cloud. From industry-leading data and analytics to optimization and modernization to security and sustainability, learn how we’re expanding the world’s largest private network to make Google Cloud even more open, fast, flexible, and reliable. You can choose from more than 130 sessions across 11 tracks and filter it all by track, session category, and more – and bookmark your favorites for future viewing. 

Each day, you can watch a live broadcast and keynote with industry leaders like Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian and Google Cloud SVP of Technical Infrastructure Urs Hölzle. Speaking of sessions, check out a sneak preview of what’s in store:

  • Data cloud: Simply transform with a universal data platform
    Is your enterprise data spread across databases, data lakes, data warehouses, or multiple clouds? Bring it all together to innovate faster and improve the customer experience. Explore best practices for unifying your company’s data with help from BigQuery, Cloud Spanner, Looker, and Vertex AI.

  • Developer platform state of the union: Google Workspace
    Join the developers behind Google Workspace as they reveal the latest technical features available in our suite of productivity and collaboration tools, including add-ons, Google Chat apps, APIs, and Google Meet integration.

  • Transform your business operations with no-code apps
    Anyone can build an app. Don’t believe us? Learn how Product Manager Paula Bell, self-described as someone with “absolutely zero coding experience,” used AppSheet to build mission-critical apps that revolutionized how electric utility company Kentucky Power runs their field operations – and how you can use it to add AI and ML to your apps.

Be sure to monitor our Twitter feed for personal playlists from cloud experts and executives, and build and share your own with friends and colleagues with the playlist builder.

Get informed, be inspired, and expand your expertise. Register today and build your personal Next ’21 experience.