Upcoming Events

Make plans to attend and experience the latest in Db2 technologies, networking opportunities, and the technical content you need to be successful in your career. 

IDUG Latin America Virtual Db2 Tech Seminars

8 - 9 December, 2020 | Brazil
10 December, 2020 | Mexico

Details:  Mark your calendars! We're excited to announce the Db2 seminars planned for Brazil and Mexico are now going virtual! This is the perfect way to access the cutting-edge sessions of an IDUG event directly from your home or office. You'll also have the chance to connect with fellow attendees, speakers, and vendors. Sessions will be offered in English, Spanish, and Portuguese!

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IDUG Australasia Conference

March 15–19, 2021

Details: The IDUG Australasia 2021 Conference is going virtual! In consideration of the current situation around the COVID-19 pandemic, the safety of our conference attendees and speakers, and the uncertainty about travel conditions in the upcoming months, IDUG Australasia 2021 is converting to a virtual event which will take place March 15–19, 2021.

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Interested in presenting? Call for presentations is open! Submit an astract!

IDUG North America Conference

Summer 2021 - More details coming soon. 

Interested in presenting? Call for presentations is open! Submit an abstract!

Statement on Coronavirus

We continue to monitor the evolving situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19). Due to the ongoing uncertainty and to help protect the health and safety of our members, volunteers, partners, and everyone who takes part in our events, IDUG will be postponing all in-person events scheduled to take place through 2020. We are exploring options for shifting some events to a virtual platform and/or rescheduling for future dates. We’ll be sharing the details soon.

As we make decisions, we will communicate all changes and updates on our website and via email. All of our determinations around holding in-person events will be made based on the latest guidelines provided by public health authorities, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If you have any questions regarding our policies or procedures around this issue, please contact us at