Connecting and Innovating: Highlights from AWS Networking Event in Silicon Valley/South Bay

Apr 5, 2023 | Announcements

At nClouds, we’re all about making meaningful connections with technical and business professionals, fueled by our love for sharing insights, ideas, and best practices—and having a blast while we’re at it!

On March 30, 2023, Amazon Web Services (AWS) hosted its monthly networking event, Silicon Valley/South Bay Lunch, in San Jose, California. The event was sponsored by nClouds and allowed technical and business professionals to network and share their experiences in driving innovation at their company and with AWS.

The main highlight of the event was the opportunity to meet the AWS account team, network with companies that have successfully migrated workloads to AWS, and learn about the benefits of working with an AWS Premier Consulting Partner. Tony Portugal, AWS account manager, and Andrew Gregory, an account executive at nClouds, were the event hosts.

Andrew brought a wealth of experience and knowledge to the lunch table, sharing insight on how he helps organizations leverage the power of the cloud by providing a customer-centric approach that bridges the gap between technology and business requirements. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, camping, traveling, and planning for his wedding this fall.

The event provided a great opportunity for attendees to network, share their experiences, and learn about the benefits of working with AWS. The event hosts provided valuable insights and knowledge about AWS and cloud technology. Attendees left the event with a better understanding of how AWS can transform and innovate their businesses.

From networking lunches and happy hours to enlightening learning events and webinars, nClouds hosts a variety of events across the nation. Learn more about nClouds’ upcoming events here.


nClouds is a cloud-native services company that helps organizations maximize site uptime, performance, stability, and support, bringing out the best of their people and technology using AWS