Red Hat Forum EMEA 2020

Spain and Portugal sessions

On November 3, the Red Hat Forum 2020 took place. After the EMEA general session, began the specific content for Spain and Portugal.

The live Red Hat Forum EMEA 2020 Virtual Experience is over, but your learning doesn’t have to end. During the next year you can access the recordings of our sessions, that will help you go from here, anywhere.

Register or login to access all the content from the Spain and Portugal sessions so you can get more information about everything that happened in our great opensource event. You can also see the recordings through the links of the different sessions on this site.

What's available

  • inspiring customer stories,
  • Red Hat keynotes,
  • Technical demos and presentations
  • Q&A with industry experts

RED HAT FORUM 2020 SESSIONS ON-DEMAND

General and welcome sessions

Welcome and Introduction to Red Hat Forum 2020

Welcome to Red Hat EMEA Forum 2020 Keynote by Werner Knoblich, Senior Vice President & General Manager EMEA, Red Hat.

Keynote: building a flexible future with Red Hat

Interview by Michel Isnard, Vice President Sales EMEA at Red Hat, about building a flexible future with Red Hat technology to Mario Campolargo, CEO of DG Informatics and to Orhan Biyiklioglu, Cloud Engineering Manager at Turkcell.

Interactive Live demo: Multi Cloud is hard, Multi Cloud is real, the live game

Multicloud seems complicated, but the reality is that it's already here. Join this interactive live demo of applications running on multiple multi-cloud clusters and you'll find that it really isn't that difficult.  With:

  • Graeme Colman, UKI Domain Solution Architect & Developer Advocacy Lead, Red Hat
  • Ian Lawson, Principal Domain Solution Architect, Red Hat
  • Erin Murphy, Associate Solution Architect, Red Hat Mark Roberts, Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat
  • Mark Roberts, Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat

Welcome & Introduction - Spain and Portugal keynote

Welcome to the Red Hat Forum 2020 Iberia sessions. Julia Bernal, Country Manager of Spain and Portugal, presents the sessions prepared by Red Hat Iberia with content and technical sessions on Cloud, Containers, Automation, Edge ... In addition, we count on the presence and testimony of top IT leaders, sharing their use cases:

Open Hybrid Cloud Spain & Portugal sessions

Santander Tecnología: Go Cloud

Diego Duro, Dominio engineering Director at Santander Tecnología, tells us about the GoCloud project and how, thanks to the collaboration and intense work of Santander Tecnología and the Red Hat consulting team in a 100% remote way, they achieve the objectives.

They set and achieve surprising results in reducing onboarding, testing and commissioning in production, accelerating the Time-to-market of new products and services for its clients.

Telefónica: deploying a scalable log management architecture in Openshift with AMQ Streams (Kafka), beats and logstash

Eloy Valdera, Openshift Engineer at Telefónica, will show how a scalability and access control problem has been solved on the logs generated by the microservices deployed in OpenShift.

A scalable, flexible and secure reference architecture is proposed for the access and distribution of logs of the different applications.

BBVA: our journey towards process automation

In this session, Antonio Valle, Global Head of Process Automation Cloud Architecture at BBVA, tell us about the keys to automation at the company, a key factor for the financial sector. He explains us about BPMaaS, the technologies they rely on, and its successful deployment in all the geographies where the bank operates.

Operational excellence is one of their goals, and process automation is key to streamline decision-making and improve customer experience.

Open source: a beginner's guide

Pilar Bravo, Principal Solution Architect and Áurea Muñoz, Senior Java Software Engineer at Red Hat show in this session how to find your project and contributions to start with.

They explain how to connect with the community to make sure your contributions are useful, and which are the many different types of contributions you can make.

Red Hat as an adoption's accelerator and key in the transformation of your teams and organization

Carlos Spitzer, Manager, Telco TSMs & EMEA TSM Lead at Red Hat, covers how to overcome the barriers of adoption of Hybrid Cloud platforms and Cloud Native application development in a more effective way and in record time. This adoption contributes to the transformation of the teams applying modern methodologies and practices to obtain the maximum impact.

During the session he will also review the keys to the success of open organizations and why they have known how to adapt to new market demands and customers needs.

Event-oriented architecture with microservices. Example: Calculation of stock for an e-commerce platfor

This session provides key aspects of guiding principles, design and implementation for cloud native applications based on events and micro services.

Juan Luis Buenosvinos, Senior Solution Architect at Red Hat, show us, through a use case, to see and explore the relationship between the above principles and our technologies such as OCP, OCS, AMQ, Data Grid and Serverless.

Advanced Cluster Manager for Kubernetes. The Open Hybrid Cloud evolution: the challenge of managing multiple clusters

When working with hybrid architectures new challenges arise, but how can we manage those in an eficient way?

Join Andrés Valero, OpenShift Specialist Solution Architect and Mario Vázquez, Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat and discover how Red Hat ACM can help you manage your infrastructure and your applications across hybrid environments, all of this without leaving security apart.

Autoscaling Hybrid Cloud: move to the next level

Hybrid cloud is an architecture that incorporates some degree of workload portability, orchestration, and management across 2 or more environments.

Álex Soto, Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat, conducts a live demonstration of hybrid cloud-native serverless workloads, distributed across public clouds, with real-time load-balancing, auto-scaling and fail-over.

IT Optimization and Automation Spain & Portugal sessions

Consum (Sopra Steria): walking towards the retail of the future

Consum, a leading Spanish supermarket company, is immersed in a transformation project to adapt to the challenges and demands of increasingly demanding consumers, which entails complex cultural and technological change.

Javier Saurí Bier, Deputy Director at Sopra Steria Levante, explain how this project was developed in close collaboration with Red Hat, who accompanied them in this initiative, collaborating in the implementation of a new open and scalable architecture.

 

Grupo Carreras (Capgemini): digital transformation and application modernization

Carreras required three divisions to merge their systems and work as one company. With the help of Capgemini, they undertook a Digital Transformation and Application Modernization project.

Choosing Openshift brought the development and operations teams together enabling a stable and robust workflow with quality and value delivery, increased safety, and reduced operating costs. The session in which they explain it to us is carried out by:

Cepsa: ASAP project. SAP migration: from data center to public cloud (AWS)

The objective of the ASAP project is to migrate the entire SAP infrastructure, a critical IT system for Cepsa, serving all business areas on five continents, from its central data centers to AWS. The project has included automating the migration from SUSE OS environments to RHEL and upgrade to HANA 2.

An expert team of Cepsa exposes the project:

Inversis (Paradigma): Inversis reinvents itself

Inversis sought to reinvent itself by outsourcing services to financial entities. To get this they made the decision to carry out the migration of Shell Scripts to Red Hat Ansible playbooks in order to master the full power of these tools.

Paradigma came into play by helping them explore the Red Hat ecosystem (Ansible and Ansible Tower) and thus benefit from all the benefits they bring. The project is explained by:

How to optimize and accelerate your I.T. with all the advanced features of Red Hat Insights technology

In this brief but informative session, Sérgio Seabra, Senior Solution Architect at Red Hat, will provide an overview of SAS Red Hat Insights and how it's overarching abilities, enable an unprecedented level of optimization to your operational lifecycle (SysOps, SecOps and NetOps), for the entirety of your Red Hat ecosystem.

Enhance your virtualization into a container world with OpenShift Virtualization

Containers are here to stay. Companies love their benefits. Can organizations add elasticity, ubiquity and resilience to traditional virtualized workloads?

In this session with Ramón Gordillo, Principal Solution Architect and Miguel Pérez Colino, Principal Product Manager at Red Hat we'll see OpenShift Virtualization for running virtual machines within a kubernetes environment, and the migration tools that Red Hat provides for both migrating to native containers and virtual loads in kubernetes.

Access and Automation of Dynamic Inventories

A common handicap in all organizations is the inventory management of the elements that make up our environment. Added to it, there is the dilemma of who can access what elements and how.

During the following minutes, Moisés Rivera, Principal Solution Architect and Team Lead at Red Hat will explore the strengths of Ansible Automation Platform to solve these problems and thus be able to have a much simpler and automated management of them.

Red Hat speakers

Werner Knoblich

Red Hat

Werner Knoblich

Senior Vice President & General Manager EMEA, Red Hat

Preparing for an innovative future with open hybrid cloud, 09:30 - 10:00 CET

Werner Knoblich is responsible for developing and executing Red Hat’s business strategy across Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). His primary focus is on sales, marketing, and services. Since joining Red Hat in 2003, Werner has led the EMEA region to consistently exceed financial targets and deliver innovative solutions to overcome customer business challenges in both established and emerging markets. Prior to joining Red Hat, Knoblich spent more than 6 years working in the IT asset management sector for MainControl and MRO in the United States. Knoblich began his sales career working for USU Softwarehaus in Germany.

Martin Häring

Red Hat

Martin Häring

Vice President Marketing EMEA, Red Hat

Welcome & event opening, 09:30 - 10:00 CET

Martin Häring is member of the executive leadership team at Red Hat, responsible for the regional marketing organisation and go-to-market strategy.  He is a constant driver of open innovation with over 30 years’ experience in technology marketing and brand building, and an influential tech marketer, blogger and regular speaker on industry conferences. Martin is recognized for his thought leadership around open technology platforms and how the notion of openness can unlock the potential of people and businesses. He is also known for his focus on client engagement and pioneering ideas around enhancing the customer experience. Martin joined Red Hat in May 2020, prior to that, he held CMO and other executive leadership positions at Finastra, Akamai Technology, Oracle and Sun Microsystems.

Michel Isnard

Red Hat

Michel Isnard

Vice President Sales EMEA, Red Hat

Keynote: Building a flexible future with Red Hat, 10:00 - 10:30 CET

Michel Isnard is responsible for leading the Regional Managers team and managing the relationship with Red Hat customers as well as partners. His primary focus is on Sales, Marketing, and Services, with the emphasis in promoting Red Hat’s vision on Open Hybrid Cloud, enabling the Enterprises shifting from proprietary to Open Source technology solutions across EMEA. Since joining Red Hat in 2012, Michel has led his region to consistently exceed financial targets and deliver innovative solutions to overcome customer business challenges in both established and emerging markets. Prior to joining Red Hat, Isnard worked at HP, mainly within the HP Software Group, Vice President JAPAC and Vice President of Sales, Worldwide Global Accounts, with a last role leading the Enterprise Business at HP in France.

Graeme Coleman

Red Hat

Graeme Coleman

UKI Domain Solution Architect & Developer Advocacy Lead, Red Hat

Live demo interactiva: Multi Cloud is Hard, Multi Cloud is Real, the live game, 10:30 - 11:00 CET

I have been an IT technologist for 25 years working my way through multiple IT paradigms from mainframe to client-server to devops and microservices. I had been building IT solutions across multiple industries for most of my career before becoming a firm believer in how communities of like minded technologists can innovate and build better solutions through the power of Open Source community software. Working at Red Hat for the past 7 years has enabled me to help organisations take full advantage of Open Source innovations through making the technologies consumable through Red Hat.

Ian Lawson

Red Hat

Ian Lawson

Principal Domain Solution Architect, Red Hat

Live demo interactiva: Multi Cloud is Hard, Multi Cloud is Real, the live game, 10:30 - 11:00 CET

Ian is a long term Red Hatter, having been here for eight years. He currently focuses on evangelising around all things OpenShift. In a previous life he was a long term developer for the UK Government.

Erin Murphy

Red Hat

Erin Murphy

Associate Solution Architect, Red Hat

Live demo interactiva: Multi Cloud is Hard, Multi Cloud is Real, the live game, 10:30 - 11:00 CET

Mark Roberts

Red Hat

Mark Roberts

Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat

Live demo interactiva: Multi Cloud is Hard, Multi Cloud is Real, the live game, 10:30 - 11:00 CET

Julia Bernal

Red Hat

Julia Bernal

Country Manager Spain & Portugal, Red Hat

Welcome and Introduction - Keynote Spain and Portugal, 11:00 - 11:30 CET

Country Manager of Red Hat for Spain and Portugal since December 2016. With a degree in Computer Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Julia Bernal has held management positions at Sun Microsystems and Oracle since 2000; previously held different positions at Compaq and Digital Equipment (HP). As head of the Red Hat subsidiary in Spain and Portugal, she coordinates and executes the company's strategy with the aim of strengthening its leadership in business open source, maintaining and promoting the company's good growth rate in the region, accompanying the main companies to adopt business open source as a lever for innovation and speed up their path towards digital transformation, intensifying the relationship with the partner ecosystem.

Miguel Ángel Díaz

Red Hat

Miguel Ángel Díaz

Business Development Manager, Red Hat

Miguel Ángel Díaz Villadóniga has over 20 years' experience in the sector, performing various roles such as presale, director of services, sales, business development... He defines himself as "an expert of nothing, an apprentice of everything". As Aeronautical Engineer, he continues with the aircraft bug, although from afar, but he continues to try to use "ingenuity" to help the ecosystem that surrounds him: colleagues, partners, customers, family.

In February 2015 he joined Red Hat as responsible for business development for Middleware, including OpenShift Platform (DevOps) and Mobility (Red Hat Mobile).

Pablo Ráez

Red Hat

Pablo Ráez

Cloud Business Development Manager, Red Hat

Responsible for driving the sales and business development of Cloud solutions for the Spanish and Portuguese markets, Pablo is a Computer Engineer and has more than 20 years of experience in the IT sector. Throughout his career, he has held technical positions such as Consultant and Presales Manager and business positions as Sales, Product Manager and Business Development Manager in leading companies such as Compaq or Hewlett Packard Enterprise. He is an information technology enthusiast, with a clear orientation towards open source software and open standards; he considers that standardization, automation and governance as well as orchestration of environments are key to a Hybrid Cloud model.

Carlos Spitzer

Red Hat

Carlos Spitzer

Manager, Telco TSMs & EMEA TSM Lead, Red Hat

Red Hat as an adoption's accelerator and key in the transformation of teams and your organization, 11:30 - 12:00 CET

Carlos joined Red Hat almost 8 years ago as a Cloud Consultant, participating actively in the first Hybrid Cloud initiatives in Iberia. The past four years, as a Territory Services Manager, Carlos has been helping our customers with their transformation and culture-shift challenges, defining tailored Professional Services solutions for them, accelerating the adoption of Red Hat products and technologies. Now, Carlos coordinates the EMEA Consulting Sales organization and leads the Telco vertical in EMEA. He is focused on fostering a culture of collaboration within the team, capturing best practices in the sales and delivery process for re-use, and sharing with wider EMEA PreSales and Services teams.

Pilar Bravo

Red Hat

Pilar Bravo

Principal Solution Architect, Red Hat

Open source: a beginner's guide, 12:30 - 13:00 CET

Pilar Bravo joined Red Hat in 2008, in the EMEA Consulting Team, as a JBoss Middleware specialist. Since 2011 she has been working as a Solution Architect, helping customers and partners in the adoption of open source technologies. Pilar holds a Master in Computing Engineering from the Complutense University of Madrid.

Juan Luis Buenosvinos

Red Hat

Juan Luis Buenosvinos

Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat

Build a Shopping Cart Backend with a Modern Architecture, 13:30 - 14:00 CET

Enterprise and Solution Architect focused on accelerating enterprise open source technology adoption to help companies create and deploy large-scale, resilient, distributed architectures — reactive, domain driven design and micro services — based on Red Hat technology.

Ramón Gordillo

Red Hat

Ramón Gordillo

Principal Solution Architect, Red Hat

Enhance your virtualization into a container world with OpenShift Virtualization, 13:30 - 14:00 CET

Ramón Gordillo is a Principal Solution Architect at Red Hat, focused on middleware and containers. He has devoted his career to solution design, development and implementation in application integration, API management, real time processing and cloud technology, particularly in the telecommunications, finance and retail industries. In addition, he maintains a keen interest in the new challenges of microservices, serverless and edge computing architectures, and agile development models.

Áurea Muñoz

Red Hat

Áurea Muñoz

Senior Java Software Engineer, Red Hat

Open source: a beginner's guide, 12:30 - 13:00 CET

I am a software developer since 2005 and I develop Java web applications. I live in Madrid and I'm working for Red Hat with a focus on the integration of Spring Boot & Spring Cloud technology within the Red Hat Middleware portfolio. I contribute to existing or new Spring(Boot) & Cloud projects and enhance the developer experience by developing tools around Spring(Boot) technology. I have the willingness to learn in all aspects, actively contribute to the development of tomorrow's best practices.

Miguel Pérez Colino

Red Hat

Miguel Pérez Colino

Principal Product Manager, Red Hat

Move your legacy VMs to a container world, 13:30 - 14:00 CET

Miguel is an experienced IT enthusiast with a clear orientation towards open source software & open standards. He has an extensive background in IT, from operations to architecture of large deployments; from identifying and prototyping solutions to defining IT strategies. He has delivered large projects, including NATO interoperable command and control systems in defence, and digital transformation in the finance sector. As part of the Cloud Platforms Business Unit, in Red Hat, he works to build the tools and define methodologies to ease modernization and migration for customers, enabling open source adoption.

Moisés Rivera

Red Hat

Moisés Rivera

Principal Solution Architect and Team Lead, Red Hat

Access and Automation of Dynamic Inventories, 14:00 - 14:30 CET

A fervent supporter of Open Source since the 90s, Moises Rivera possesses more than 21 years of experience working on mission critical environments with Open Source technologies. As Principal Solution Architect and Technical Lead for the Iberia Cloud and Automation Team, his focus has been primarily technical, understanding and helping customers achieve their business goals. In the year 2000, he was using Extreme Programming (XP) methodologies and currently have a certified SCRUM Master and SCRUM Product Owner from the SCRUM Alliance.

In his daily role, he is focused on "translate" how new technologies and work methodologies bring unique value to the next way to do businesses.

Sérgio Seabra

Red Hat

Sérgio Seabra

Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat

How to optimize and accelerate your I.T. with all the advanced features of Red Hat Insights technology, 12:30 - 13:00 CET

  With a background in Electronics and Telecommunications, in the last 20 years Sérgio has been active in the field of I.T in various capacities, participating in some of the largest Telco projects in Europe. In that time he’s accrued several certifications and degrees across many facets of computer technologies from Storage to Datacenter Design. With a passion for everything Open Source, Sérgio is currently the Senior Solutions Architect for the Portuguese market, mainly focused on the latest technologies for infrastructure, cloud and applications such as: OpenStack, Red Hat Virtualization, OpenShift Container Platform, Ceph, etc.

In this brief but informative session, we'll provide an overview of SAS Red Hat Insights and how it's overarching abilities, enable an unprecedented level of optimization to your operational lifecycle (SysOps, SecOps and NetOps), for the entirety of your Red Hat ecosystem.

Álex Soto

Red Hat

Álex Soto

Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat

Autoscaling Hybrid Cloud: Move to the next level, 14:30 - 15:00 CET

Alex is a Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat. He is passionate about the Java world, software automation and he believes in the open source software model. Alex is the creator of NoSQLUnit project, member of JSR374 (Java API for JSON Processing) Expert Group, the co-author of Testing Java Microservices book for Manning and Quarkus Cookbook for O'Reilly. A Java Champion since 2017, international speaker and teacher at Salle URL University, he has talked about new testing techniques for microservices and continuous delivery in the 21st century.

Hybrid cloud is an architecture that incorporates some degree of workload portability, orchestration, and management across 2 or more environments. We are going to conduct a live demonstration of hybrid cloud-native serverless workloads, distributed across public clouds, with real-time load-balancing, auto-scaling and fail-over. Don’t be the last one to board the Kubernetes Hybrid Cloud train!

Andrés Valero

Red Hat

Andrés Valero

OpenShift Specialist Solution Architect, Red Hat

Advanced Kubernetes Cluster Manager. The Open Hybrid Cloud evolution. 14:00 - 14:30 CET

Linux and OpenSource user since 1999. My career is a little unusual, I worked in sales for 14 years but I was missing something in my career and that was technology so I decided to move to the IT business. I' ve been a consultant, a support engineer and also spent a lot of time automating stuff coding in shell, python and perl before being hired at Red Hat. Since I joined Red Hat I worked as a Solution Architect so I can enjoy what I enjoy the most, helping our customers and being close to technology.

Mario Vázquez

Red Hat

Mario Vázquez

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat

Advanced Kubernetes Cluster Manager. The Open Hybrid Cloud evolution, 14:00 - 14:30 CET

Mario Vázquez is a Senior Software Engineer in the Solutions Engineering team at Red Hat. Before joining Solutions Engineering, Mario was helping OpenShift customers in Red Hat Consulting. Now he focuses on OpenShift Multi Cloud deployments and GitOps.

Keynote guest speakers

Cristina Álvarez Álvarez

Santander Group

Cristina Álvarez Álvarez

Group Executive Vice President – Global CTO, Santander Group

Welcome and Introduction - Keynote Spain and Portugal, 11:00 - 11:30 CET

Cristina has in-depth knowledge and proven experience in the Telecom and Technology sector (Vodafone, Movistar, …), with more than 25 years of experience in executive positions, and she is the academic director of the Executive Master in Digital Transformation and Innovation Leadership in the IE. Currently she leads the definition and acceleration of the technology vision and IT strategy for Santander in her role of Global CTO, ensuring the alignment with entities, speedboats, global functions and Santander Digital’s goals.   She is a change agent, with a track record for effective execution of complex transformation projects; acts as translator and linkage builder for business and technology, managing multidisciplinary teams, and working effectively with the rest of company areas to accomplish business goals.

Marian Illera

Seur

Marian Illera

Transformation and Technology Director, Seur

Welcome and Introduction - Keynote Spain and Portugal, 11:00 - 11:30 CET

Marian Illera is an Industrial Engineer from the University of Valladolid and has completed her training with the IE Business School's Advanced Management Program. Since 2018 she has been Transformation and Technology Director at SEUR. Before that, she was linked to the field of business consulting in companies such as Accenture, highlighting her experience in Supply Chain Management. She joined SEUR in 2005, and since then, she has held various positions of responsibility in the Operations and Transformation and Technology areas, leading the operational mobility project until her appointment as director.

Fernando Lucero

Iberdrola

Fernando Lucero

Global CIO, Iberdrola

Welcome and Introduction - Keynote Spain and Portugal, 11:00 - 11:30 CET

Fernando Lucero, graduated in Computer Engineering from the Polytechnic of Madrid, has several master's degrees in prestigious business schools such as IE, IMD Business School and MIT Sloan & MIT CSAIL. His professional career has developed as an IT manager at CERN, ESA, Mapfre Asistencia, Lafarge and Isolux Corsan. In 2012 he was appointed Global CIO at Iberdrola.   He has an extensive experience in the digital transformation of businesses through technology, in managing change and modernization programs, aligning the technology area with business in complex, multicultural environments and large organizations. He has received the CIONET Spanish Digital Leadership Award 2017, the Award for the promotion of ICT in the Spanish Company 2015 AMETIC and the ComputerWorld Award 2015.

Clients and partners speakers parallel sessions

Orhan Bıyıklıoğlu

Turkcell

Orhan Bıyıklıoğlu

Cloud Engineering Manager, Turkcell

Keynote: Building a flexible future with Red Hat, 10:00 - 10:30 CET

Sergio Borroni Giuliano

Inversis Banco

Sergio Borroni Giuliano

Head of Infrastructure, Inversis Banco

Inversis (Paradigma): Inversis reinvents itself, 11:30 - 12:00 CET

Mario Campolargo

European Commission

Mario Campolargo

Deputy Director General DG Informatics, European Commission

Keynote: Building a flexible future with Red Hat, 10:00 - 10:30 CET

Elisa Curiel Cabezudo

Cepsa

Elisa Curiel Cabezudo

SAP Competence Center Technician, Cepsa

ASAP project. SAP migration: from data center to public cloud (AWS), 11:30 - 12:00 CET

Telecommunications Engineer, my professional life has always been linked to SAP with different responsabilities within IT. Currently I work as a technical specialist in SAP systems.

The objective of the ASAP project is to migrate the entire SAP infrastructure, a critical IT system for the company, as it serves all business areas on five continents, from our central data centers to AWS, achieving a more efficient HA and a DR not available at the moment. In addition, the update to HANA 2 and the change of operating systems to RHEL will be carried out.

Diego Duro

Santander Tecnología

Diego Duro

Dominio engineering Director, Santander Tecnología

Santander Tecnología: Go Cloud, 11:30 - 12:00 CET

Diego Duro Dapena is an Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Before joining Santander, he worked in companies such as IBM, Technosite and Avanza in different strategic technological roles. Since 2011 he has worked for different companies of the Santander group and since 2019 he is Dominio Engineering Director of Santander Technology Spain to transform the implementation area and build a customer-oriented service that allows accelerating the speed of software implementation in Santander Spain.

Javier Ibáñez Zaldívar

Grupo Carreras

Javier Ibáñez Zaldívar

Director of Technology and Innovation, Grupo Carreras

Grupo Carreras (Capgemini): Digital transformation and application modernization, 12:00 - 12:30 CET

Technology-loving computer engineer with more than 15 years of experience in the IT sector. Javier is CIO at Grupo Carreras, where he is leading the digital transformation of the company, offering better logistics every day.

Mat Jovanovic

Cepsa

Mat Jovanovic

Cloud Manager, Cepsa

ASAP project. SAP migration: from data center to public cloud (AWS), 11:30 - 12:00 CET

Cloud Architect, with 15 years of experience solving business problems with technology. Expert in infrastructure (Data Center and Cloud), automation. Secret weapons: Ansible, Python and Golang. Lawyer of Serverless architectures and SRE as DevOps implementation.

David Liras

Cepsa

David Liras

Architectures and Digital Platforms Director, Cepsa

ASAP project. SAP migration: from data center to public cloud (AWS), 11:30 - 12:00 CET

Computer Engineer with more than 20 years of experience. David has developed his career in different areas of IT such as application development, infrastructure, innovation and currently, architecture.

The objective of the ASAP project is to migrate the entire SAP infrastructure, a critical IT system for the company, as it serves all business areas on five continents, from our central data centers to AWS, achieving a more efficient HA and a DR not available at the moment. In addition, the update to HANA 2 and the change of operating systems to RHEL will be carried out.

Luis Nieto

Paradigma

Luis Nieto

Service Delivery Manager, Paradigma

Inversis (Paradigma): Inversis reinvents itself, 11:30 - 12:00 CET

Fernando San Vidal Almarza

Capgemini

Fernando San Vidal Almarza

Account Executive, Capgemini

Grupo Carreras (Capgemini): Digital transformation and application modernization, 12:00 - 12:30 CET

Javier Saurí Bier

Sopra Steria Levante

Javier Saurí Bier

Sopra Steria, Sopra Steria Levante

The path to the retail of the future, 12:00 - 12:30 CET

ICT professional with more than 20 years of experience helping clients from different sectors in their technological challenges, managing transformation or services projects. I am interested in everything related to Digital Transformation and Project Management. In addition to my passion for work, in my free time in addition to my family I like to dedicate time to running and paddle tennis.

Eloy Valdera Carrasco

Telefónica

Eloy Valdera Carrasco

Openshift Engineer, Telefónica

Deploying a scalable log management architecture in Openshift with AMQ Streams (Kafka), beats and logstash, 12:00 - 12:30 CET

Eloy has a degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Huelva and a master in Visual Analytics, Big Data and Data Processing from the International University of La Rioja. During the last 5 years he has worked at Telefónica de España on transformation projects and the adoption of new automation and container technologies. He is currently part of the OpenShift operations team.

Ernesto Valero

Paradigma

Ernesto Valero

Automation Engineer, Paradigma

Inversis (Paradigma): Inversis reinvents itself, 11:30 - 12:00 CET

Antonio Valle Gutiérrez

BBVA

Antonio Valle Gutiérrez

Global Head of Process Automation Cloud Architecture, BBVA

BBVA: Our journey towards process automation, 12:00 - 12:30 CET

In his current role as Global Head of Process Automation Cloud Architecture, Antonio Valle manages and leads the team that develop and maintain the BPM/Rules/Process Monitoring Platforms that serve the different countries where BBVA operates.

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