Find solutions at Tableau Conference

Prioritizing data and analytics couldn’t come at a better time. Your company, no matter what size, is already collecting data to solve business problems, gain competitive advantages, and drive enterprise transformation. With the explosive growth of enterprise data, database technologies, and the high demand for analytical skills, today’s most effective IT organizations have shifted their focus to enabling agility by deploying and operating Tableau Server at scale, as well as organizing, orchestrating, and unifying disparate sources of data for business users and experts alike to author and consume content. Tableau Conference is where you can discover new and better ways to drive change with data. You’ll learn the latest on integrating, scaling, securing, and governing Tableau so you can support your company’s data people efficiently and cost-effectively. This is the place to engage with fellow IT professionals and Tableau experts to learn from real-world scenarios and cutting-edge implementations.

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What's in it for you?

Personalized content

Last year there were 80 sessions tailored to IT in the IT/Server Administration and Enablement & Adoption tracks. This year there will be more sessions focused on driving adoption, scaling for your organization, monitoring and automation, and improving performance and accessibility.

Inspiring stories

Tableau gathers the top stories from our customers and internal employees to share best practices and use cases in sessions that will bring value to your organization. Hear IT professionals from organizations like Zillow, Cargill, and Netflix share how they are deploying and operating Tableau at scale and building a data-driven organization.

Valuable community

When evaluating new technologies and implementing them, IT is a team sport. Tableau Conference provides a crucial place to network with your peers to share ideas and build relationships for the future. Stay tuned for specialized networking opportunities and meetups to be announced in the fall.