Technical Architect from Liberty IT to speak at Global AWS conference

  • A Technical Architect from Liberty IT has been invited by the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of, Dr Werner Vogels, to be part of his keynote speech at AWS re:Invent, a learning conference hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS), which takes place this week in Las Vegas.

    AWS re:Invent is designed for the global cloud computing community. The event, which will be in person and online, and accessed by professionals around the world, features keynote announcements, training and certification opportunities and access to over 1,500 technical sessions.

    Matt Coulter joined Liberty IT in 2009 as an intern and returned in 2011 after he graduated with an MEng Computer Science from Queen’s University Belfast. Through his role as Technical Architect he is focused on creating the right environment for empowered teams to rapidly deliver business value in a well-architected, sustainable and serverless-first way. He has also an official AWS Hero which recognises and honours individuals who are prominent leaders in local communities, known for sharing AWS knowledge and facilitating peer-to-peer learning.

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    Liberty IT creates software, service and solutions for its parent company, Liberty Mutual Insurance, in support of its world-leading insurance products and services and this is the fourth year in a row that employees from the industry leader in digital innovation have taken part in the conference.

    Speaking about the invite Matt said: “ It feels incredible that at Liberty IT, a Belfast and Dublin based company, we can make such a difference through our work. I’m excited for people to hear our accent on a worldwide stage and to let them see the possibilities that can be achieved when you have passion for what you do and work to enable others.”

    Matt also added: “In my talk, I want people to know that Liberty IT is a serious player in the tech industry, using tech for good. Everything we do is based on how we can help the customer. I hope to help people understand the massive impact the insurance industry has on their lives. Our innovation helps make the process as painless as possible during what is usually a difficult time in people’s lives, when they need to make a claim - and that’s what makes it so important.”

    Source: Written from press release.

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