Ask the Analyst sessions — Intimate discussions to foster learning featuring one Gartner analyst, at which a maximum of 15 end users can ask questions and get answers.
Town Hall sessions — An open-mic format where attendees can ask a panel of analysts direct questions or learn from questions posed by peers on a general topic, such as storage, IT operations, facilities, etc.
Networking meals and receptions — Continue conversations, share insights and get to know your peers during these informal breaks.
Solution Showcase receptions — Evaluate the provider landscape and prepare for future projects. Experience the world’s leading solution providers in one convenient location.
Solution Provider sessions — When you’re looking for products and solutions to address a specific issue, solution providers will deliver a 360-degree view of your options. These sessions help expand your perspective.
Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations Management & Data Center Conference is designed for I&O professionals across the organization focused on these key initiatives:
Defining and implementing your enterprise cloud strategy
Best practices in cloud management
Colocation and outsourcing
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS)
The rising role of edge computing
Hyperconverged and integrated systems
Flash, shared accelerated and object storage
Servers, storage and networking
Containers and microservices
Hybrid and bimodal IT
IT Operations and DevOps
Preparing IT operations for digital business
DevOps and AIOps
Analytics and automation
Leadership and Cultural Transformation
Attracting, developing and retaining IT personnel
Changing the IT culture
Building business acumen
Cloud and SaaS economics
Balancing short- and long-term cost optimization efforts
Renegotiation of contracts
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