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Seminar: Fuel your IT with the best-kept secret in IBM

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On the 28th of January Computerworld and IBM are hosting the digital seminar “Fuel your IT with the best-kept secret in IBM”, giving you insights to drive your digital transformation journey forward.

It takes massive computing power to accurately calculate weather forecasts – and to secure that people and businesses are able to access detailed information about whether it is going to rain, shine, storm, or snow.

In this seminar, you will have the chance to hear how the British Met Office is doing exactly that. Moreover, you will learn how to deliver crucial and complex information to customers around the clock – even when requests peak and millions of people try to access your service at the same time.

The key for the British Met Office was to combine the massive performance and security of mission-critical technology from IBM and Red Hat with the agility of containers and microservices – and the ease-of-use of a modern environment.

By participating, you will furthermore gain first-hand, practically based knowledge of how to:

  • Drive your digital transformation
  • Qualify business decisions
  • Optimize service levels
  • Handle massive amounts of requests

… by combining consolidation of data with real agility, seamless scalability, security, and ease of use.

Register today!

Seminar details – Fuel your IT with the best-kept secret in IBM

Hosts: Computerworld & IBM
Date & time: January 28th, 2020 from 9:00-10:40 CET
Location: Digital event – attend from wherever you prefer
Participation fee: Free of charge
Registration and detailed agenda: Click here

We hope you will enjoy our seminar featuring subject-matter experts, giving you inspiration and insights that can help you to fuel your IT in an advantageous way.

If you have any further questions about the event, please do not hesitate to contact me at MICWEIS@dk.ibm.com

IBM Systems Marketing Manager - Nordics

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