Google’s Diane Greene talks AWS and machine learning at TechCrunch Disrupt

Diane Greene, executive vice president of Google Cloud Enterprise, appeared on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco with TechCrunch editor Matt Burns today, and talked about her role running Google’s massive cloud business.She came on board last year when Google bought her startup, bebop Technologies for $348 million, and she immediately brought with her enterprise credibility. Her resume includes helping start VMware before selling the company to EMC for $635 million, then helping bring it public under the EMC federation in 2007. At VMware, she worked on the virtual machine technology that would become the basic building blocks for cloud infrastructure services. Today, with that depth of experience, she is trying to help Google catch market leaders Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. In fact, today she announced a big cloud win when Evernote said it would…


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