The Only Independent Event For Tech Leaders
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Why Attend in 2018
The Only Independent Conference for Tech Leaders
Interop ITX combines a trusted Conference program with a vendor-neutral Business Hall and a lot of networking events to boot. We'll help you fit the pieces of the modern day technology puzzle together. Don’t miss out on this once a year chance to be part of the Interop ITX community. 130+ sessions offer a mix of hands-on, panel, and speaker-led sessions so you can build a custom educational experience perfectly suited for you.
New For 2018!
The AI Summit will explore how AI and machine learning have the potential to transform the way we interact with our existing and future enterprise systems.
We’ve added a seventh, industry-focused track for the Government vertical. Sessions in the Government track will be specially tailored for IT professionals working in local, state or federal government.
Security Pro Summit
At the Security Pro Summit, attendees will go beyond cybersecurity basics to learn about practical, usable methods for detecting and responding to online attacks in an enterprise.
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First Two Keynoters Announced
Founder and Executive Director, Code for America
SVP and Worldwide Chief Strategy Officer, RSA
Keep up with the challenges and drive your business forward
Our vendor-neutral conference program is shaped by our Review Board — comprised of attendees, speakers, industry experts, and the InformationWeek editorial team — ensuring that you learn about the most relevant things impacting your business, including security, cloud, DevOps, data and analytics, and infrastructure. Here's a sampling of our topics:
Container Concepts Explained in Plain Language - In this session, we'll explore some of the common "container buzzwords" and take a plain language look at what they are, where they fit into the bigger picture, why they're important, and what they mean to you.
Finding Actionable Insights in Enterprise Data - Building on multiple case studies and success stories, this session will look at some of the many ways successful businesses have used data analytics to make a difference in how they run, and what they achieve.
DevOps vs SRE vs Cloud Native - DevOps is under attack because developers don’t want to mess with infrastructure. That’s changing the landscape that we understand as DevOps with both architecture concepts (CloudNative) and process redefinition (SRE).
Beware! Data Center Limits Fast Approaching - This session will explore these limits and offer realistic strategies to plan for living in a future where the speed of light is too slow for the hardware on which it must pass through.
There is No "Breach" Until Your Lawyer Says There Is - How should your organization structure its activities to avoid generating documents that can be used down the road by an adversary seeking to profit of your companies misfortune?
Modern Skills for IT Professionals - This session will explore emerging practices, technologies and related competencies that organizations will need in order to keep and gain competitive advantage across the value stream.
Reserve Your Room At The Mirage
We're excited to be at the Mirage in Las Vegas this year, with room rates starting at $139. Make the most of your experience by staying at the official conference hotel, which allows you to network, learn, and get inspired with all of our attendees under one roof.
2018 State of Infrastructure Report
Successful companies invest in the future, and the future of many companies is digital. As they build tomorrow's digital businesses, IT leaders say they will have to overcome challenges including cost constraints, a skills gap, and data security requirements.
But the single greatest factor driving change in IT infrastructure is the rapid growth of data and data storage technology, fueled by initiatives in big data, Internet of Things, and data analytics. Find out how IT organizations are responding to increased demands for storing and managing data, along with:
- Overall IT infrastructure purchase plans
- Drivers and inhibitors to infrastructure modernization
- Data center technology plans
- Networking and wireless investments