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theCUBE | On the Ground at AWS London 2019

SiliconAngle brought theCUBE onsite to AWS London Headquarters in early May for a pre-summit ‘On-the-Ground’ event hosted by Dave Vellante. The exclusive interviews had a heavy emphasis on healthcare and public sector cloud development. Numerous AWS Public Sector execs, customers, partners and startups provided their insight and cloud success stories. Here are the highlights from the event. Click on the thumbnail to see the top comments in clip form or watch the entire video segment. As always we welcome your feedback and thank you for watching theCUBE.


Co-Founder of theCUBE Dave Vellante (@dvellante) kicks off AWS Summit London with an ‘on the ground’ pre-day focusing on public sector and healthcare innovations utilizing the cloud:


Chris Hayman, Director UK&I Public Sector at AWS (@chrishayman) and @dvellante have an in depth discussion about public sector cloud developments and what AWS is doing to provide the most effective use and storage of government sensitive data:


@dvellante interviews Andy Isherwood, Managing Director EMEA at AWS (@AndrIsherwood) to discuss differentiation strategy and how AWS is at the forefront of the democratization of IT by making cloud services available to virtually every company in the world:


@dvellante and Alastair Allen, CTO Healthcare at Kainos (@alastairallen) dive into how effective the cloud has been for Kainos to provide increased functionality for healthcare professionals and clinicians in the process of retrieving essential health data:


@dvellante interviews Kieron James, Founder of Wonderful.org (@kieronjames) on starting his business and the challenges that were alleviated while modernizing his fee-free fundraising platform on the AWS cloud.


@dvellante is joined by Anjanesh Babu, Systems Architect & Network Manager at Oxford GLAM (@anjaneshbabu) who explains how his team has embraced the cloud while bridging the gap between the technical and non-technical functions of digitizing his massive database of artifacts found at the University of Oxford:


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