Enterprise software provider in the management of data for cloud and on-prem environments, Commvault, has announced that it will host Commvault GO 2019, October 14-16, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. Commvault GO is an industry event dedicated to backup and recovery for the progressive enterprise.
Building off of the previous year’s conference, the event will gather Commvault customers, partners, executives, and other thought leaders together in order to talk about how the latest technology innovations can help customers solve the difficult problems of today and change the way they manage, protect, and activate data. Those in attendance can expect to hear about best practices on innovations such as AI-powered, self-driving backup, automation, scale-out infrastructure, and dynamic data indexing technologies.
The conference will take place at the new Gaylord Rockies and will host presentations from industry leaders, breakout sessions with Commvault customers and employees, and exhibition displays from Commvault’s partner ecosystem.
In a press statement, chief marketing officer at Commvault, Chris Powell said, “we are excited to bring Commvault GO 2019 to Denver, one of the world’s fastest growing technology hubs, located right in the middle of the stunning Rocky Mountains. We think it is the perfect location for attendees to discuss how enterprises can use new technologies to overcome the limitations of traditional data management.”
Commvault will also provide exclusive discounted supplemental training and certification courses before the conference, with training days being held on October 12-13.
Feedback from attendees of last year’s event includes:
- “Commvault GO has become the ‘go-to’ event to learn and discover all things data and the market forces and innovation that drive transformation. We look forward to it every year.” – Matthew Magbee, Redhat Engineer/Disaster Recovery, Sonic Health.
- “Commvault GO can really inspire companies to think about what data can do for their business. Through Commvault, we’ve been able to centralize data protection and think beyond disaster recovery to drive digital transformation.” – Ryan Sinnwell, Senior IT Manager, Infrastructure, The Weitz Company.
- “Great show from start to end. Networking opportunities are highly valuable. Also, the ‘meet the expert’ sessions are a great thing to have, as access to those individuals is priceless.” – Michael Ball, Lead Network Engineer II, Catholic Health.
To read Commvault’s full press release, click here.
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