On October 27, we’re taking over the ferociously aggressive area of software program as a service (SaaS), and we’re thrilled to announce our packed agenda, overflowing with among the greatest names and most fun startups within the trade. And also you’re in luck, as a result of $75 early-bird tickets are nonetheless on sale — be sure to e-book yours so you may get pleasure from all of the agenda has to supply and save $100 bucks earlier than costs go up!
All through the day, you may count on to listen to from trade specialists, and participate in discussions concerning the potential of latest advances in knowledge, open supply, learn how to take care of the onslaught of safety threats, investing in early-stage startups and lots extra.
We’ll be joined by among the greatest names and the neatest and most prescient folks within the trade, together with Javier Soltero at Google, Kathy Baxter at Salesforce, Jared Spataro at Microsoft, Jay Kreps at Confluent, Sarah Guo at Greylock and Daniel Dines at UiPath.
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Our agenda showcases among the powerhouses within the house, but in addition loads of smaller groups which are constructing and debunking basic applied sciences within the trade. We nonetheless have a couple of methods up our sleeves and will likely be including some new names to the agenda over the subsequent month, so hold your eyes open.
Within the meantime, take a look at these agenda highlights:
Survival of the Fittest: Investing in Immediately’s SaaS Market
with Casey Aylward (Costanoa Ventures), Kobie Fuller (Upfront) and Sarah Guo (Greylock)
- The enterprise capital world is quicker and extra aggressive than ever. For traders hoping to get into the most popular SaaS deal, issues are even crazier. With extra nontraditional cash pouring into the sector, distant dealmaking now the norm and an more and more world marketplace for software program startups, enterprise capitalists are being pressured to shake up their very own operations — and expectations. ahosti sits down with three main traders to debate how they’re preventing for allocation in sizzling offers, what they’ve modified in their very own processes, and what at this time’s greatest founders are demanding.
Knowledge, Knowledge All over the place
with Ali Ghodsi (Databricks)
- As corporations battle to handle and share more and more massive quantities of knowledge, it’s no marvel that Databricks, whose major product is an information lake, was valued at a whopping $28 billion for its most up-to-date funding spherical. We’re going to speak to CEO Ali Ghodsi about why his startup is so sizzling, and what comes subsequent.
SaaS Safety, Immediately and Tomorrow
with Edna Conway (Microsoft), Olivia Rose (Amplitude)
- Enterprises face a continuing stream of threats, from nation states to cybercriminals and company insiders. After a yr the place billions labored from dwelling and the cloud reigned supreme, startups and companies alike can’t afford to remain off the safety pulse. Discover out what SaaS startups have to learn about safety now, and sooner or later.
Automation’s Second Is Now
with Daniel Dines (UiPath), Laela Sturdy (CapitalG) and Dave Wright (ServiceNow)
- One factor we discovered in the course of the pandemic is the significance of automation, and that’s solely more likely to be extra pronounced as we transfer ahead. We’ll be speaking to UiPath CEO Daniel Dines, Laela Sturdy, an investor at CapitalG and Dave Wright from ServiceNow about why that is automation’s second.
Was the Pandemic Cloud Productiveness’s Spark
with Javier Soltero (Google)
- One huge side of SaaS is productiveness apps like Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Drive. We’ll speak with govt Javier Soltero concerning the function Google Workspace performs within the Google cloud technique.
The Future Is Vast Open
with Abby Kearns (Puppet), Aghi Marietti (Kong) and Jason Warner (Redpoint)
- Many startups at this time have an open-source part, and it’s no marvel. It builds an viewers and helps drive gross sales. We’ll speak with Abby Kearns from Puppet, Augusto “Aghi” Marietti from Kong and Jason Warner, an investor at Redpoint, about why open supply is such a preferred technique to construct a enterprise.
How Microsoft Shifted from On-Prem to the Cloud
with Jared Spataro (Microsoft)
- Jared Spataro has been with Microsoft for over 15 years and he was part of the shift from strictly on-prem software program to that which is dominated by the cloud. Immediately he runs one of the profitable SaaS merchandise on the market, and we’ll speak to him about how Microsoft made that shift and what it’s meant to the corporate.
How Startups are Turning Knowledge into Software program Gold
with Jenn Knight (Agentsync), Barr Moses (Monte Carlo) and Dan Wright (DataRobot)
- The period of huge knowledge is behind us. Immediately’s main SaaS startups are working with knowledge, as an alternative of merely preventing to assist prospects accumulate data. We’ve collected three leaders from three data-focused startups which are forging new markets to get their perception on how at this time’s SaaS corporations are leveraging knowledge to construct new corporations, assault new issues and, after all, scale like mad.
What Occurs After Your Startup Is Acquired
with Jyoti Bansal (Harness), Nick Mehta (GainSight) and Jewel Burkes Solomon (Partpic)
- We’ll communicate to 3 founders concerning the emotional upheaval of being acquired and what occurs after the test clears and the sale closes. Our panel consists of Jyoti Bansal who based AppDynamics, Jewel Burkes Solomon, who based Partpic and Nick Mehta from GainSight.
with Jay Kreps (Confluent)
- Confluent, the streaming platform constructed on high of Apache Kafka, was born out of a undertaking at LinkedIn, and rode that from startup to IPO. We’ll communicate to co-founder and CEO Jay Kreps to find out about what that journey was like.
We’ll have extra classes and names shortly, so keep tuned. However get excited within the meantime, we actually are.
Why do you have to carve a day trip of your hectic schedule to attend TC Classes: SaaS? This can be the primary yr we’ve centered on SaaS, however this ain’t our first rodeo. Right here’s what different attendees need to say about their TC Classes expertise.
“TC Classes: Mobility affords a number of huge advantages. First, networking alternatives that end in concrete partnerships. Second, the possibility to be taught the most recent developments and the way mobility will evolve. Third, the chance for unknown startups to attach with different mobility corporations and construct model consciousness.” — Karin Maake, senior director of communications at FlashParking.
“Individuals wish to be round what’s fascinating and be taught what developments and points they want to concentrate to. Even massive corporations like GM and Ford have been there, as a result of they’re beginning to see the development transfer towards mobility. They wish to be taught from the specialists, and TC Classes: Mobility has all of the specialists.” — Melika Jahangiri, vp at Wunder Mobility.
TC Classes: SaaS 2021 takes place on October 27. Seize your group, be part of your neighborhood and create alternative. Don’t wait — bounce on the early chicken ticket sale proper now.