CAST AI, the Kubernetes automation and cost optimization platform, today announced that Co-founder and Chief Product Officer Laurent Gil will be a speaker at Collision 2023, held on June 26-29, 2023, in Toronto, Canada. Collision is North America’s fastest-growing tech conference, bringing together a diverse community of Fortune 500 companies, technology leaders, startups, and entrepreneurs redefining the global tech industry.

Cast founder to speak at Collision 2023 in Toronto.

The conference will offer a rich array of presentations covering different aspects of digital transformation and technological innovation. Laurent Gil, CAST AI’s co-founder and Chief Product Officer, will be speaking about the costs of embracing Generative AI in the Full STK track on June 28, 2023. 

The CAST AI team will be present at the conference and ready to meet with participants to talk about autonomous AI-driven cost optimization and the most recent trends in the tech industry, including the growing demand for AI apps and the exponential cloud costs connected to building, training, and running AI models. 

“I’m thrilled to participate in Collision 2023 as a speaker. The session I’m part of is particularly interesting, and I plan to focus on the costs companies should take into account before embracing generative AI, showing how this technology may put additional pressure on teams to optimize their resource usage, paving the way for smarter cloud operations in the future,” said Gil.

About CAST AI:

CAST AI is a cloud optimization platform that cuts cloud bills in half for AWS, GCP, and Azure customers. Powered by AI, it analyzes multiple data points to find an optimal cost-performance ratio. The platform delivers a cost-efficient, high-performing, and resilient infrastructure for all types of Kubernetes workloads. Headquartered in Miami, US, CAST AI has a European branch in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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