5 Reasons you may NOT want to attend INTEGRATE 2017

|  Posted: April 25, 2017  |  Categories: Community Events

After the huge success of INTEGRATE 2016, we are proud to partner with Microsoft to bring the world’s best integration focused event – INTEGRATE 2017. We are happy to announce that INTEGRATE 2017 will happen between June 26 – 28, 2017 at Kings Place, London.

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We have already crossed 250+ registrations for this year’s event and we are pretty sure the seats will be sold out well in advance. This event has grown significantly year over year in terms of the number of attendees and the number of speakers presenting at the event. This is undoubtedly the premier event focusing on the Microsoft integration space. Therefore, it is key for everyone in the integration space to attend this event to know the interesting things that are happening and learn what’s coming next from the product group. We were just contemplating the reasons of why someone who is really passionate about Integration/Microsoft stack may not want to attend this event. If you feel you fall into one of these buckets, we’ll try our best to convince you to rethink your decision to attend this event.

You do not want to understand what’s Microsoft Integration Roadmap

An event like INTEGRATE gives you the depth and breadth of what we can expect from the product group in the coming months. The pro integration team have been working very hard over the last few months in releasing quite a few number of features/connectors for Azure Logic Apps, and we never know what they have in store to be announced in big events like INTEGRATE. Last year at INTEGRATE 2016, Jim Harrer – Program Manager of the Pro-Integration group at Microsoft announced Microsoft’s integration vision and road map to provide a unified integration experience across on-premises and cloud.

You do not want to interact with the Microsoft Product Group

Choosing not to attend an event like INTEGRATE means that you miss the best chance to meet and interact with the actual minds who are behind each functionality in the product. You miss the opportunity of being a more valuable person in your organization by taking back the learning from this event and implementing them in your business environment. You miss the opportunity to get your questions answered by the experts. If you can’t get an answer from this team, you’ll probably never get it anywhere else!

You do not want to get up to speed with all Microsoft Integration Technologies

In today’s fast paced world, you have to be on your heels to cope up with the speed at which technology is moving. One way to stay updated is by attending these kind of events where you get to learn from experts and the knowledge/experience of the attendees. If you miss this opportunity, you’d only get one next year and by then the technology that you’d have heard today will become old/obsolete. Therefore, we’ll leave it up to you if you would like to stay up to speed with the Microsoft Integration Technologies.

You do not want to meet some of the world class Integration Experts in one place

The Microsoft Integration Community is by far one of the most active communities you will see in the Microsoft ecosystem. The main idea behind organizing INTEGRATE event is to bring the entire community together. Should you choose to miss this event, you also miss to network with people whom you have been following on social media (Twitter, LinkedIn), meet new people and explore business avenues, and finally have a chat with the speakers. Trust me, from my experience, you can actually earn good friendships and connections that will last for years to come. You will not get an opportunity like this everyday. With these kind of experts around, you can get your creative hat working and you can learn something new that you can take back after the event.

You do not want to network and explore opportunity for partnerships

Till now if you are not convinced enough to attend INTEGRATE 2017, I personally feel you are missing out definitely on an experience. This is the best place where you have the opportunity to build a strong network and explore the opportunities to build strong business. You are missing out on the best possible opportunity to grow your company and network with the community.

Speaker Lineup

We have 30 sessions from over 30+ speakers (both Microsoft and the Integration community) spanning over 3 days covering topics on Microsoft Integration technologies.

INTEGRATE 2017 Speaker Lineup

Venue

We are organizing this year’s INTEGRATE 2017 at Kings Place, an award winning events destination in the heart of London.

Event Sponsors

We are extremely thankful to our event sponsors for giving us the support to execute this event. Our thanks go to Microsoft (Titanium Sponsor), Codit (Platinum Sponsor), Bouvet and Solidsoft Reply (Gold Sponsors), and Quick Learn, Middleway, and Affinus (Silver Sponsors).

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INTEGRATE 2017 - Ticket Price

Registrations are moving at a fast pace. Please note that the opening offer on tickets end on April 30, 2017. After that, ticket prices increase by £100. We recommend you make use of this opportunity and this is one event you cannot afford to miss.

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Author: Saravana Kumar

Saravana Kumar is the Founder and CTO of BizTalk360, an enterprise software that acts as an all-in-one solution for better administration, operation, support and monitoring of Microsoft BizTalk Server environments.

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