ask me anything:
aws control tower
with Gordon Clark and Dan McAloon at Triumph Technology Solutions
Join us for an informative Ask Me Anything session where Gordon Clark, Solutions Architect, and Dan McAloon, Principal Solutions Architect, with Triumph Technology Solutions, answer questions on how to use AWS Control Tower to simplify your cloud setup and governance, providing an accelerated pathway to cloud transformation.
aws control tower
If your organization has multiple accounts and/or teams, then try optimizing your environment by utilizing AWS Control Tower.
AWS Control Tower is a managed service that provides the easiest way to set up and govern a new, secure, multi-account AWS environment based on best practices established through AWS’ experience working with thousands of enterprises as they move to the cloud.
about the speakers
With a background in networking, security, and automation, Gordon enjoys working with clients to formulate cloud-based solutions, allowing these clients to achieve their business goals. Ensuring their platform is secure, cost efficient, and reliable. Gordon is disciplined, and intuitive two traits that he cultivated while spending 10 years in the Royal Air Force working on military radar systems and networks. These years certainly have prepared him for the fast-paced environment he encounters working with Triumph Tech.
Michael Whaley is Vice President of NerdRabbit and has over 15 years of talent acquisition experience, focusing on high-tech skill sets in the cloud industry. In 2016, he joined Relus Technologies, which spun off Relus Cloud and had a successful exit to CloudReach. In 2018, Michael became the Director of ReluTech’s Talent Solutions team which later evolved and split into NerdRabbit due to its outstanding growth. Now, he leads NerdRabbit, the first AWS machine learning powered talent company as Vice President.
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