Elyzium is delighted to be involved with the Scheduling, Workload Automation, and TWS track at the next Tivoli User Group being held at IBM’s Southbank offices in central London, on November 13th.
The independently run UK Tivoli User Group is a bi-annual event providing education for all Tivoli Software, along with an opportunity to network with peers and Tivoli experts. Sessions on scheduling, Workload Automation and TWS are only included at some of the meetings, and for this particular meeting the track sessions have been put together following user input, so we urge you to come along in November if you can make it. Plus, IBM’s Product Manager for Workload Automation will be flying over from the IBM labs in Rome to share future plans, and meet with UK TWS users.
TWS common upgrade and migration reasons and methods
This session will discuss common upgrade and migration methods, give real customer examples of these methods and address common Strategic Objectives for Workload Automation.
TWS Workload Service Assurance
Hear about the workload service assurance functionality within TWS in terms of configuration and extending it to the reporting side of things.
Birds of a Feather
An informal session which brings together IBM experts, Business Partners and Users to have an open discussion, and share information and ideas about all things TWS.
TWS 9.2 /9.3 and TWS futures
An overview of the new features and functionality within the latest TWS releases, including examples of user experiences and reference sites, and a look at what the future holds for TWS.
The TWS User Experience
This session will guide you through the differences between the Java Console (JSC) used up to v8.5.1, the Tivoli Dynamic Workload Console (TDWC) in v8.6, and the all new redesign of TDWC in v9.1/9.2, demonstrating a number of key differences.
In addition to the TWS track, there will be sessions covering all aspects of the Tivoli Software portfolio including storage, endpoint management and monitoring, so why not bring along a colleague or two so that your organisation can gain full benefit from this free event?