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CloudFest, the world-class cloud hosting and computing conference, pushed through all the Covid restrictions and red tape to put on a safe and successful flagship event, even as Germany hit its highest infection rate. Over 6,000 Cloud Experts flocked to Europa Park for what’s been dubbed by many the CloudFest “Covid Edition,” as attendees were taking countless Covid tests and sporting stylish branded medical masks at every stop.
Our first stop was the 2022 CloudFest Hackathon, where we sponsored the event and submitted a project in the hackathon. Project Lead Aleksandar Savkovic led ten people from Codeable, Ionos, Innovation Lab, T-Systems, Healthrise, and 4fb GMBH.
What was the project about?
Our project was securing WordPress through WP-CLI; we overachieved the hackathon goal by completing 10 WP CLI commands instead of the six we initially planned. Thanks to our WordPress Community Manager Aleksandar Savkovic, Cloudways took home the best presentation award!
You can find more about commands and get the code from GitHub by visiting the site we created during the hackathon. https://hackthewp.com
CloudFest Cloudways Keynote
Cloudways CMO Santi Costa gave a keynote address about how to design and develop customers’ experiences from the outside-in. WOAH! EDGILITY! (That’s what the address was called.)
During his keynote, Santi announced the new Cloudways and Cloudflare partnership that uses enterprise level services for just cents per day. Directly after the keynote, Robert Jacobi made a live announcement from the gates of CloudFest!
CloudFest WordPress Panel
Our Director of WordPress, Robert Jacobi was one of the panelists on the excellent panel moderated by Jonathan Wold of Post Status, along with the co-founder of Extendify, Chris Lubkert, and CEO of WP Media, Jean-Baptiste Marchand-Arvier. The topic was “What is the value of the…
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