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Top 4 Must Attend Data Center Conferences In 2018

Every year there are a plethora of tech events. Each event boasts about their unique program and experience. So which events are really worth your time and money? Well, we are here to help. In this article, we share our top four data center conference picks:

1) Gartner
Research company, Gartner, annually offers a number of conferences targeted toward different industries. Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations Management & Data Center Conference is the ideal conference for data center professionals. The event offers various opportunities to connect with Gartner analyst, network with peers, and stay up to date on hot topics. To learn more about Gartner’s IT Infrastructure conference visit their website.

2) Amazon Web Services Summits
If your organization is looking to migrate to the cloud or is already utilizing AWS, then this is the perfect event for you. The AWS Summit series is international. The AWS Summits are in different major cities, including New York, Las Vegas, Toronto, London, Singapore, and Sydney. Although the conference focuses on AWS it also provides information about other emerging trends in the IT space. To learn more about the AWS Summits visit their website.

3) Data Center Dynamics (DCD)
DCD focuses on all things data center. The conference features over 100+ hours of expert panels, keynote presentations, and interactive workshops. Like many other conferences, the event has an expo that showcases technology from a variety of vendors. To learn more about DCD Enterprise NY visit their website.

4) Data Center World
Data Center World is an annual conference. The event has over 1,000 professionals attend from the data center facilities and IT infrastructure space. This year the conference is hosted in San Antonio, Texas. The conference will address the following topics: data center design and management, data center strategies, digital transformation, talent acquisition, IOT, AI, blockchain, edge data centers, security, data sovereignty and management risk. To learn more about the Data Center World conference visit their website.