WATCH THE .NEXT CONFERENCE 2019 KEYNOTES LIVE!
Can’t make it to .NEXT 2019 in Copenhagen? Don’t fret—you can still be a part of the excitement in our livestream! Catch the keynotes, hear the new product reveals and announcements, and enjoy key .NEXT moments from the comfort of home.
Here’s a breakdown of what you can expect:
Wednesday, October 9th
09:00 - 11:00 Opening Keynote
Get ready to experience the latest breakthroughs in datacenter and cloud technologies! Featuring action-packed sessions with Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey, Nutanix CMO Ben Gibson, Nutanix CTO Rajiv Mirani, and special industry guests, you’ll learn:
- What a true hybrid and multi-cloud environment can deliver
- How to ensure security and compliance, while improving end-user application performance and empowering developers
- How to tackle today's top IT challenges
- And much more!
17:30 - 18:30 Evening Keynote
It’s time to recognize the IT visionaries who are blazing new trails in their organizations. Who will take home the trophies across the 4 .NEXT customer award categories? Come celebrate the nominees with Nutanix EVP Inder Sidhu and Nutanix VP Mark Wheeler! Then, welcome:
- Scientist and engineer, Fran Scott
- Peter Kreiner, CEO of the legendary Danish restaurant Noma
- Sr. Creative Director and Partner of KARAKTER, Tobias Mannewitz
- And Nutanix Global VP of Design, Satish Ramachandran
Make sure you don’t miss the wrap-up! We’ll have a fireside chat featuring 2 of the hottest DJs/music figures on the planet: Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike!
Thursday, October 10th
09:00 - 10:00 Morning Keynote
Welcome to Day 2! We'll kick off with demos of our most recent innovations led by Monica Kumar, SVP Product and Solutions Marketing, with Sylvain Siou, EMEA Head of System Engineering.
14:30 - 15:30 Closing Keynote
Pull up a seat for our closing general session! We’ll learn about an amazing feat of modern science and international collaboration that led to the first-ever image of a black hole. Dr. Katie Bouman will share how the creation of a new algorithm, a computational earth-sized telescope, five petabytes of data, and four teams brought the black hole image to life.
Note: Due to contractual obligations, portions of the keynote presentations will not be livestreamed.