EOTC 2019 – European Operations Technical Conference – IBM Lab Böblingen

EOTC 2019 – European Operations Technical Conference – IBM Lab Böblingen

13.05.2019 13:00 - 16.05.2019 18:00
IBM Deutschland Research & Development GmbH
Phone:+49 7031 160
Address: Schönaicher Str. 220, 71032 Böblingen, Deutschland

It’s time to do the next step towards an integrated Z Service Management platform and IBM would like to invite you to the next
European Operations Technical Conference (EOTC) in 2019 in the IBM Lab in Boeblingen, Germany.

The agenda includes news and updates for …

  • Z Automation (System Automation,  NetView),
  • Service Management Unite,
  • the IBM Service Management Suite for z/OS,
  • OMEGAMON,
  • Workload Scheduler,
  • and Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex (GDPS).

IBM will share with you their IBM Z Service Management Strategy and showcase recent offering updates. A key part of the conference will be design discussions, sharing best practices, and the possibility to have hands-on experience with our solutions.

EOTC 2019 conference dates: Monday, May 13th, 1pm CET to Thursday, May 16th, 2019, Noon.
Conference language will be English.

Call for Speakers: We encourage clients to submit user experience sessions. In exchange for a client presenting a breakout session, your registration fee will be waived.

At the moment IBM plan to have a conference fee € 350,00 for the entire conference. The fee will be charged to all attendees (except speakers!).
Non-GSE members have to pay an additional € 100,00 but if they decide to become a member in 2019 then this amount will be credited.

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    Sign up for this exciting conference and learn how your fellow Db2 professionals are exploiting Db2 and related technology and learn things that will be of use in your organization.

    Are you ready?

    Please submit a paper and help to discover what is next for the Db2 User Community.

    Link for submission