Cloud and IT Optimization and more at Pulse 2013 in Las Vegas
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About a week is left to Pulse 2013 the top event on Cloud, IT and Service Management. Pulse is held March 3-6 in Las Vegas. It’s a great opportunity to hear from IBM business partners and top industry analysts on the latest trends and hottest IT topics and to share best practices with 8,000 of your peers.
Pulse will be organized in four different streams. You could think of parallel ‘mini conferences’ on:
A whole lot of content with touch points for businesses running SAP. To help you get an overview I list a few Cloud and IT Optimization topics for you to watch out for.
be plenty of presentations, demos and discussion around Cloud management and IT
Service Management including service delivery and IT asset management. A whole track is dedicated to Best Practices
in Cloud Computing and Virtualization.
Part of the Cloud and IT Optimization stream will be the Automated Operations Technical Council (AOTC). Join this track to gain the knowledge you need to protect your business and IT services through end-to-end high availability, automation, and disaster recovery solutions. The AOTC continues its long term focus on the IBM Tivoli® System Automation family across distributed and z environments. This highly technical track is ideal for automation technical experts, IT project managers, and IT operations specialists who want to maximize the value of their system automation portfolio.
There will be developers giving updates on the latest developments, practitioners, customers and users talking about their experience. For example there will be customer sessions on 'Advanced SAP Automation using Tivoli System Automation' and 'High Availability and Cross Platform Automation of a Complex Banking Applications'. You have the chance to hear firsthand how IBM’s integrated monitoring and automation solution simplifies operations, learn from customer experience when migrating from competition to OMEGAMON and System Automation on z/OS or hear about the evolution of Workload Scheduling from manual scheduling to TWS.
Last but not least for all the topics there will be many, many specialists from customers, partners and IBM you can learn from or share and discuss with.