Sumo Logic to Advance Cloud Adoption through Virtual Event

Sumo Logic to Advance Cloud Adoption through Virtual Event
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Sumo Logic will host a virtual conference, Illuminate, to help customers harness the power of real-time the continuous intelligence needed to build, run and secure modern applications and accelerate digital business transformation. The company will support executives across the public sector to improve Agency DevSecOps workloads Sumo Logic's virtual conference will be held on Oct. 6th and 7th.    

Attendees at the Illuminate user conference will learn from Sumo Logic customers who  are accelerating digital business transformations. The event will also offer certification opportunities. Illuminate will provide deeper knowledge through customer and expert led technical and thought leader sessions, various levels of certifications, expert speakers and discussions with Sumo experts and peers in a virtual experience.

A leader in the cloud sector, Sumo Logic has received the AWS Public Sector Big Data Partner Award for 2019. Additionally, Executive Mosaic has recognized Sumo Logic for its position on the Forbes’ Cloud 100 list, marking the fifth consecutive year the company has been recognized for this honor.

Cloud 100 recognizes influential company’s emerging technologies from small startups to private-equity-backed giants, from Silicon Valley to Australia and Hong Kong. The companies on the list are selected for their growth, sales, valuation and culture, as well as a reputation score derived in consultation with 43 CEO judges and executives from their public-cloud-company peers.

“Five years ago, when Sumo Logic first hit the Forbes Cloud 100 list, we defined a new category of software called continuous intelligence and companies were in large part just starting their cloud journey,” said Aaron Feigin, chief communications officer of Sumo Logic, in regards to the 2020 award. “Today, the world is firmly cloud-first and Sumo Logic, along with our community, is working hard to help every business from every industry digitally transform and thrive in the Intelligence Economy.”

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