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Let’s Get Technical: IT Roundup for Tableau Conference 2016

What does Tableau Conference 2016 have in store for you? Way more than Austin could imagine.

Join Brian Smith, Tableau's VP of Technical Operations, Mike Roberts, and Rory Abbazio during this 30-minute IT Roundup as they cover what’s in store for you during your week at Tableau Conference. With over 300+ sessions there is a lot happening, so they’ve curated the hottest, most recommended IT-sessions you won’t want to miss. Plus, we’ll have our TC conference experts on the line to help answer any questions you have. 15-minute Q&A to follow.

Total duration: 45 minutes

During this virtual live event you’ll hear about:

  • Recommended sessions for managing, monitoring, and deploying Tableau
  • IT Super sessions, customer showcases and experiences meant to help you revolutionize your analytics
  • IT meetups focused on networking, sharing best practices and fun
  • +much more

We promise, your week will be nothing short of awesome.

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Brian Smith

VP, Technical Operations, Tableau Software

Brian is an innovative IT executive and expert in the design and delivery of cost-effective, high-performance technology solutions. He architected the infrastructure supporting the world’s largest online travel agency with budget responsibilities of $45 million annually and now leads the Technical Operations for Tableau Software. He is highly skilled in developing strategic plans for technology delivery, quality assurance, ITIL-based support processes, relationship building, and data center management.


Rory Abbazio

Director of IT – National Grid

Mike Roberts

Director of Data Analytics, Pluralsight

Mike Roberts comes to Pluralsight with a wealth of experience and a varied background encompassing databases, analytics, visualization, and scripting. Has has worked for Fortune 500 companies as well as small business helping them understand their vast data troves. His analytical style revolves around people and context, and in industry consumed with 'defaults', he believes that data intelligence starts with giving people access to their information with collaboration in mind.

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