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20 Striking Sights At Dreamforce 2018

Over 170,000 people descended on San Francisco last week to attend the world's largest technology conference. Here are the sights and sounds from Dreamforce 2018.

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Dreamforce 2018

Salesforce's 16th Dreamforce conference was another unique event that immersed more than 170,000 attendees in a vision of the Fourth Industrial Revolution that benefits humanity by bringing people together, helping alleviate poverty and joblessness, and finding solutions to protect the environment.

The world's largest technology conference gets bigger every year because it transcends the world of technology. Dreamforce is a global showcase of innovation that attracts bigwig executives, thought leaders, politicians, social activists, channel partners, developers and other technologists. As such, the networking opportunities are like nowhere else.

Last week, Salesforce again transformed San Francisco's Moscone Center, and most of the blocks around the massive convention center, into a high-tech national park, with re-creations of the natural world adorning the halls, exhibits, theaters and outdoor pavilions.


Crowds Galore

Dreamforce gets bigger every year. Salesforce said a whopping 171,000 people descended on San Francisco during last week's event. CRN didn't count, but it sure took some patience and fancy footwork to navigate between the hundreds of sessions taking place every day across the Moscone Center.


Customer 360

Salesforce integrated its many cloud services with a new feature designed to give enterprises a comprehensive view of their customers. Customer 360 offers a point-and-click interface connecting data across Sales, Service, Marketing and Commerce Clouds, and leveraging the new Integration Cloud to link to systems from other vendors.


Amazon Web Services

AWS was named Salesforce's "preferred public cloud" provider in May 2016, and the two cloud companies have had a strong working relationship for years.

At Dreamforce, AWS showcased the integration of its Amazon Connect contact center platform with the Salesforce Service Cloud for enabling a richer customer service experience.

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