Sandy Carter is the AWS Vice President, Public Sector Partners and Programs. In her new role, she will be responsible for driving next-generation partnering. Her responsibilities include evolving partner models to intensify partner innovation, AWS cloud adoption and creation of mission critical cloud solutions with partners across public sector. Her impact will be growing the partner ecosystem as a major driver for public sector and contributing significantly to the success of Public Sector customers.Prior to this role, Sandy built an enterprise workload team as the Vice President of Windows and Enterprise Workloads at Amazon Web Services (AWS) focused on helping companies innovate using their current technology and assets with migration and modernization through containers and serverless. She led the team to overall growth with AWS now hosting nearly two times as many Windows Server instances in the cloud as Microsoft, per IDC. She led her engineering team to optimize SQL Server on AWS which exhibited 2X+ better price/ performance than Azure per ZK Research. For her leadership on the VMware Cloud on AWS business, she led the team to deliver results of 4x the number of customers year over year, with those customers having deployed 9x the number of VMs now vs 1 year ago. Finally, she grew the number of competency partners by 3x and the number of ISV validated solutions by 4x in the last year.View the profile
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Join Sandy Carter, Vice President of Public Sector Partners and Programs, Amazon Web Services, one of the Top 39 Engineers per Business Insider and top rated Artificial Intelligence influencer as she shares stories along with great best practices. In this session, you’ll learn about key technology trends with an emphasis on IoT technology in business terms, recognize how IoT technology can help your company, how to combine business and technology for better outcomes, and how to adopt new ways of thinking. This session will be fun and inspiring with amazing real world examples.
05:17 Culture of innovation
08:43 Business and data strategy
12:25 Innovation in the healthcare sector
17:55 Reinforcement learning
23:30 Explainable AI
Thank you so much in such an honor to be here and we are going to talk about a phenomenal topic around Trends, especially in today's world with covid-19. Let's go ahead and get started cuz we are going to slam through some of these slides today. I want to start off just by letting everybody kind of level set and see how quickly things are changing, you know back in 1988. I was told don't get in a car with strangers and you know in 2008. I was told don't meet people from the internet alone.
But you can now order a car, stranger online that you didn't to buy yourself take them rapidly change and improve. It's like the acceleration of Technology changes disrupting all different Industries as you're going along So what I want to do today, if I want to talk about some business changes and Trends and Technology changes. I typically do seven of these for on the business side 3 on the side. So we're just going to have a 1 today cuz it's only have 30 minutes on the business side, which is around
experimentation and will cover 3 on the tech Side data-driven by Archie the third the third one is machine learning and an explainable AI as part of the trend that we want to look at. Okay, so hold on. Let's get going. I see some of your asking yes, you can tweet this out. My Twitter handle is down at the bottom of the screen Sandy underscore Carter. So let's talk about that first experimentation experimentation, especially today.
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