I think the time zone at the end of the string, -07:00, means this time zone is 7 hours behind (or to the West) of UTC. Then you would need to add the 7 to the hours (giving 2011-04-26 00:07:19
(my $str = "2011-04-25T17:07:19-07:00") =~ s/:(\d\d)\z/$1/;
my( @strp ) = (
DateTime::Format::Strptime->new( pattern => '%FT%T%z', ),
DateTime::Format::Strptime->new( pattern => '%F %T', )
my $date = $strp->parse_datetime( $str ) or die "Cannot parse $str.
say $strp->format_datetime( $date->set_time_zone('UTC') );
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