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Top 50 Technology Conferences 2019

Welcome to page five, featuring conferences 41 through 50, sorted alphabetically

Don’t forget: The entire ChannelE2E Technology Event Calendar for 2019 and beyond is here.

41. Spiceworks SpiceWorld 2019 (September 23-25): A popular gathering for IT professionals that use the Spiceworks IT management platform.

42. Splunk .conf 2019 (October 21-24): Splunk’s tools provide operational intelligence to improve customers’ business performance and cybersecurity. The offerings are increasingly popular with service providers and security-centric MSPs.

43. Synnex Varnex 2019 (Dates to be announced): A popular spring and fall gathering for Synnex partners

44. Tech Data Tech Select (Multiple Dates): A longstanding gathering of Tech Data partners in both the spring and the fall.

45. TruMethods Schnizzfest 2019 (Dates to be announced): The TruMethods team, led by CEO Gary Pica and CTO Bob Penland, host one of the single best MSP gatherings of the year.

46. VeeamOn 2019 (May 21-23): One of the fastest-growing, largest conferences focused on data protection. Mainly a customer conference, but don’t overlook the smart Veeam partners — particularly CSPs — at the event.

47. VMware VMworld 2019 (August 25-29): Mainly positioned as a customer conference, but there also are plenty of partners on hand at this massive event. Bonus: Don’t overlook VMware Partner Leadership Summit, though that’s often by invitation only.

48. Workday Rising 2019 (October 14-17): Workday is one of the fastest-growing providers of SaaS-based business management software. The conference attracts customers, developers and partners.

49. XChange 2019 (Multiple Dates): Xchange, hosted by The Channel Company, is one of the best-known conferences for channel partners.

50. ChannelE2E and MSSP Alert Webcasts: Yes, our very own monthly webcasts for ChannelE2E and MSSP Alert readers.

Don’t forget: The entire ChannelE2E Technology Event Calendar for 2018 and beyond is here.

Conference Dates to be Announced…

In addition to the events above and those listed on our calendar, we’re waiting for the following companies to confirm their 2019 event dates and locations:

  • Carbon Black cb Connect 2019
  • CrowdStrike Fal.Con 2019
  • Cybereason Deep 2019
  • Cylance
  • Exabeam
  • F8: The Facebook Developer Conference
  • FireEye Cyber Defense Summit 2019
  • Lenovo Accelerate
  • Qualys Cybersecurity Conference
  • McAfee MPower
  • New Relic FutureStack
  • Nutanix Next
  • Secureworks Access

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    Great post 🙂 “Never stop learning” is such an important piece of career advice, and conferences are great places to learn new things and get updates on tech trends. Recently I read another article about 2019 tech conferences, but it was more focused on CTOs. Take a look, you may find it interesting!

    Karl Palachuk:

    Gotta say: Not sure how you picked some of these over ChannelPro. Overall true content + great vendor interaction + good regional audiences. By far one of the best groups of events in the channel. My 2 cents.

    Joe Panettieri:

    Hey Karl: Thanks for weighing in. Generally speaking, we don’t include regional road shows. Rather, we focus on flagship annual events that pop up only once in a major geo (i.e., North America, EMEA, etc.). But we did include some regional stuff (example: ASCII), so that’s a natural example of where we could have kept ChannelPro in mind as well. We’ll be sure to do so for 2020.


    James Veritis:

    Thank you for sharing the list of conferences!

    Will it be possible to publish a post specific to ‘cloud technology’ conferences in the US market! We didn’t find one consolidated article on the web. Like me, there will be many of them looks for attending these conferences.

    Thank you once again!

    Joe Panettieri:

    Hi James: Thanks for the suggestion. Is there a particular piece/segment of the cloud market that interests you?

    Regiane Folter:

    That’s an excellent list, thanks for sharing! A colleague published recently an article with some tips for defining which tech conferences to attend. You may find it interesting, take a look:


    Extremely comprehensive list, great stuff as always Mr. Panettieri!

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