Observability, Incident Response, and Common Ground that BindsAugust 24, 2022
Panel: Observability in PracticeAugust 29, 2022
It’s time to get back control and to offer the most efficient and reliable solution that answers to the three crucial needs any organization:
- The loss of mainframe experts and the necessary replacement by more standard IT profiles, in near future.
- The costs management between required reductions and research of new profits.
- The integration of the mainframe into a larger scale environment and definitely hybrid.
During this session, Caroline & Brian will demonstrate through these three main topics, how today to cross the chasm and project your organization into tomorrow, being able to get the right information to make informed decisions.
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About The Speakers
Brian Hoare has seen the z platform grow from OS/390 to today’s z/OS. He may speak with a “strange accent” and has introduced new solutions into the USA and worked with several startups.
He has presented at local/annual CMG’s, Share and many other conferences discussing cost reduction (IBM/MLC), performance and is now his focused on analytical data on “z”.
Mainframe analytics are his latest passion, especially as Z is the richest source of data there is. So why not use the richest source of data we have for helping to run the business?
Brian lives in Florida, is a passionate fan of Rugby and Football (Soccer) and has several refereeing and coaching badges.
Marketing & Communication Director
Within 30+ years experience in marketing & communication passed in the largest IT Software vendors such as Lotus, Oracle, Adobe, RSD or BMC Software, Caroline is implementing today the Zetaly marketing & communication strategy and its vision through dedicated programs to support the new evolution of the mainframe into the era of the cloud.
She likes to investigate new territories and to adopt disruptive approaches that reinforce the momentum effect.