Webinar: Fear & Loathing in Automation-Land
"Some people will tell you that slow is good - but I'm here to tell you that fast is better. I've always believed this, in spite of the trouble it's caused me. Being shot out of a cannon will always be better than being squeezed out of a tube. That is why God made fast motorcycles, Bubba..."
- Hunter S. Thompson, Kingdom of Fear: Loathsome Secrets of a Star-Crossed Child in the Final Days of the American Century
CMG is gearing up for Performance & Capacity 2014 in Atlanta, but you can take advantage of an exclusive educational opportunity before the conference!
We're excited to invite you to attend our webinar "Fear and Loathing in Automation-Land" on October 15 at 1:00 pm ET.
ABOUT THE WEBINAR:
Remember when you only had a handful of servers or a single mainframe to manage? Back in those days, we also had teams of experts working on capacity and performance management. Now, one person is managing 1000's of servers, at least one private cloud, virtualization and more with changes being applied to the system every day, if not every hour. It isn't possible to manage as you have in the past - you need to change the game, eliminating manual processes wherever possible. Learn how to work smarter and have more fun on the job by letting go of the past and venturing boldly into the future of capacity planning. Build a vision and the management skills to create it.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Denise has been in the IT industry since 1978, beginning as a macro ALC CICS programmer, moving to performance and capacity planning on many platforms at a variety of companies, including Crocker Bank and Bank of America. Denise moved into the vendor world in 2000, first as a technical pre-sales consultant at BMC, then technical marketing and product management. She moved to Cybermation, then to CA Technologies and finished off her employee career at BMC. Today, Denise runs her own marketing and consulting company, Kalm Kreative, Inc. Denise currently serves on the CMG Board of Directors as Vice President. She has been a director of national CMG for one two-year term and a secretary for NCCMG for many years.