Hey gang! We're happy to invite Gus Maskowitz and Trent Kalisch-Smith from Gospel Technology, to be our speakers for the month of September.
Food and drinks brought to you by the glorious Google 6PS chefs!
About the talk:
Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) goes far beyond Bitcoin, Crypto and Fintech, and is now gaining traction as an emerging technology solution for secure data sharing in the cloud. As enterprise adoption and real-life applications of DLT continue to skyrocket, it’s paramount that developers and tech teams be at the forefront of learning and understanding how these technologies work. In this case, how to build security in at the data layer and seamlessly integrate with current cloud technologies (i.e. Kubernetes, object storage, etc.)
Gus and Trent will share how Gospel Technology, a secure distributed graph database, is using blockchain and DLT in a never-before-seen way to allow companies to securely share sensitive PII data in the cloud from a developer’s perspective. They will give a brief demo of Gospel Developer Quickstart (GDQ) – a fully interoperable, off-the-shelf solution built for developers, by developers allowing them to automatically deploy GDQ on GCP in just a few clicks. And provide practical use cases of where, when and how GDQ can be applied.
About the speakers:
Trent is a member of the founding team and resident Aussie. He is known as the guy who jumped straight off the plane and joined Gospel. Despite his home being in the Sales team, Trent has been involved in lots of roles and has recently led the technical delivery of Gospel into NGA Human Resources.
Gus is a cloud expert and Kubernetes technical architect, with an enthusiasm for deep learning. He has over 15 years of experience working in software, including 10 years at Rackspace and working as a former Google Developer Advocate. Currently he acts as a technical consultant for Gospel, helping with all things product and go-to market.