Join Chief Wine Officer and sponsors Nutanix this November for an exclusive evening mixing business and pleasure at the luxurious Aquavit. You will be among leading digital leaders and innovators as you all discuss and share experiences, including best practices of multi-cloud deployment.
As the use of public and private cloud accelerates, many IT leaders now face the challenge of multi-cloud interoperability, security and skillset scarcity. Through peer-led discussion and networking, you’ll learn tips on how to master your multi-cloud environment needed in order to drive your organisation forward, at the pace needed to innovate and adapt to the ever-evolving market demands and expectations. Empowering IT leaders to deliver applications that power their business with agile multi-cloud strategies that unify operations.
Following a renowned Chief Wine Officer format of fine-wine dining and high-level discussions, you’ll hear from hosts Nutanix, who’ll discuss and divulge:
You will be among senior IT and Cloud leaders from across industries.
Alastair has a proven track record of turning visions and concepts into real businesses. He founded Monitise, in which three years later was recognised as a ‘Technology Pioneer’ by the World Economic Forum and in June 2007. He is the sole Business Ambassador for the financial services industry by the UK Government and Non-Executive Chairman of FinTech industry body, Innovate Finance. Alastair was awarded a CBE for services to mobile banking and charity in June 2014, and was named Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2011 Growing Business Awards.
Nutanix enables IT teams to build and operate powerful multi-cloud architectures. Nutanix Enterprise Cloud OS software melds private, public and distributed cloud operating environments and provides a single point of control to manage IT infrastructure.
Our premium event series is all about mixing business with pleasure. Alongside high-level business discussions with peers, guests to our Chief Wine Officer events get to sample the world’s finest wines and indulge in a gourmet dining experience. But it doesn’t stop there – we also have a little light-hearted competition to further enliven the night. Join us to take part in our wine expert’s wine-related competition to see if you can win the title of Chief Wine Officer.
An award-winning writer, broadcaster and author, Jane Parkinson will be presiding over the evening. Adding Master of Wine (MW) to her many accolades, the highest, toughest, and most prestigious wine qualification.
One of only 384 MWs in the world, Jane has previously hosted Saturday Kitchen Live, frequently judging at international wine competitions and has been at the Chair of Judges for the national sommelier and chef (food and wine matching) competition, the Rising Stars Trophy.
Two sparkling wines
Paired with two white wines
Paired with two red wines
Paired with two red wines
Enjoyed with a dessert wine
The sister restaurant to New York’s Michelin starred Aquavit, the London venue features contemporary fine dining in a bistro-like atmosphere. Situated in bustling St James’s Market, the down-to-earth ambience is contrasted by luxurious interiors, and classic, no-nonsense, beautifully created Nordic dishes infused with natural flavours and a subtle modern touch.
Chief Wine Officer and Nutanix
Driving Innovation: How to Build your Multicloud Environment
1 St James’s Market, 1 Carlton Street, London SW1Y 4SB
Wednesday 20th November 2019