May 8-11, 2023 | Community Exchange & Emory University in Atlanta, GA

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Cloud Forum ’22 Registration is Closed

Registration and the waitlist for in-person attendance at the 2022 Cloud Forum have reached their limit. Both are now closed.

The Cloud Forum is moving to Spring beginning in 2023. If you would like to be notified when information is released about Cloud Forum 2023, email


The Cloud Forum is primarily a cloud strategy and leadership event. The target audience for the Cloud Forum spans from CIOs, to directors of infrastructure, and, of course, cloud enablement leadership and architects. We strongly encourage attendance by institutions early in their cloud journey.

Remote Attendance

A portion of this year’s Cloud Forum will be streamed live and interactive. From 10 am to 12 pm CST each day remote attendees will be able to join the Cloud Forum to attend and participate in a variety of sessions. Join us for one day or all three! Details and registration here.


There is no cost to attend the Cloud Forum. Registration includes all meals except where indicated on the schedule. Travel costs are the responsibility of attendees. Travel details can be found on the Forum travel page.

Registration Guidelines

Attendance is restricted to staff, faculty, and with approval, students from institutions of higher education and academic research as well as guests invited by the organizing committee. The in-person Cloud Forum venue will be limited to 100 participants. To accommodate as many institutions as possible, each institution may send no more than three (3) attendees. Please coordinate with your colleagues in your organization to ensure you do not exceed the maximum.

Once the registration limit is reached, we will continue to accept registrations for a waitlist. Waitlisted registrants will be notified in the order they registered as spaces open up, assuming their registration does not push their institution beyond its cap of three attendees.