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For beginners and experts alike, cloud conferences are a good way to gain industry knowledge and sharpen your skills. Here are some to pencil in over the next several months.

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As cloud adoption grows, IT professionals with relevant experience are in high demand. Cloud conferences and events are the perfect place to build your skill sets, meet industry leaders and expand your business network. Whether you’re just starting out in cloud, or are a seasoned pro, there’s an opportunity to learn new technologies, gain more experience and add certifications to your resume.

Here are a few cloud conferences and events, all in the first half of 2018, for IT pros to consider.

Think 2018

March 19 – 22
Las Vegas

At IBM’s Think event, IT pros can meet experts and attend sessions on cloud topics ranging from hybrid cloud to DevOps and microservices. For those who want to gain some hands-on experience, Think Academy provides labs that cover various technologies, and offers over 300 certifications.

Microsoft Tech Summit

March 5 – 6
Washington D.C.

March 19 – 20
San Francisco

Microsoft’s free technical learning event is aimed at IT pros and developers who want to learn more about Azure and Microsoft 365. There are over 80 sessions — ranging from introductory to advanced — that cover current cloud trends and Azure tools. This year, the event will also dive into the details of Azure Government and Microsoft 365 for U.S. Government.

Cloud Foundry Summit

April 18 – 20
Boston

The Cloud Foundry Summit is for users and developers of all experience levels that want to expand their knowledge of the open source platform. Learn how to scale, manage and deploy applications at the hands-on training workshops. Join sessions that cover Cloud Foundry features and core updates. Beyond introductory information, some tracks focus on particular services, buildpacks and architectural components. Attendees can also take the Certified Developer Exam at the event.

Dell Technologies World

April 30 – May 3
Las Vegas

Dell’s technology conference offers three major tracks that cater to IT pros, administrators and architects, as well as over 400 sessions that cover topics including cloud, big data and security. Hands-on labs are available — both as self-paced and guided workshops – and attendees can pursue certifications for cloud architecture, systems administration, data science and other topics.

Interop ITX 2018

April 30 – May 4
Las Vegas

The 32ndInterop event offers seven tracks, including one dedicated to cloud that offers sessions on migration, management and integration. The five-day event includes Summits, which drill down into specific topics, like AI, as well as hands-on sessions, which are a new addition to the event. Two of these interactive sessions focus on Kubernetes and IoT/cognitive services.

OpenStack Summit

May 21 – 24
Vancouver

In addition to OpenStack, this summit offers sessions and education on various open source technologies, including Kubernetes and Docker. Cloud admins, architects, developers and other IT pros can hone their skills for private, public and multi-cloud environments. Hands-on training and labs from the OpenStack Academy help IT pros prepare for the Certified OpenStack Administer Exam. Users and developers can also share their opinions on recent OpenStack releases, and brainstorm ideas for the future, at the event’s Forum.

Cloud Expo

June 5 – 7
New York City

The 22nd international Cloud Expo enables cloud professionals to network with colleagues and choose from hundreds of sessions to attend, including user panels and industry keynotes. The cloud event has eight tracks to follow that explore hot topics like hybrid and multi-cloud, machine learning, artificial intelligence and microservices.

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