Fuel your IT with the best-kept secret in IBM Digital event

Dato:
28/1 2021
Sted:
Online
Pris:
Gratis deltagelse

It takes massive computing power to accurately calculate weather forecasts – and to secure that people and businesses are able to access detailed information about whether it is going to rain, shine, storm, or snow.

In this seminar, you will have the chance to hear how the British Met Office do exactly that. Including how to deliver crucial and complex information to customers around the clock – even when requests peak and millions of people try to access your service at the same time.

The key was to combine the massive performance and security of mission critical technology from IBM and Red Hat with the agility of containers and microservices – and the ease-of-use of a modern environment.

Furthermore, you will gain first-hand, practically based knowledge of how to:

  • Drive your digital transformation
  • Qualify business decisions
  • Optimize service levels
  • Handle massive amounts of requests
…by combining consolidation of data with real agility, seamless scalability, security and ease of use.

Se program

Program:


09:00
Welcome by moderator Michael Svendsen
Michael Svendsen
Moderator:
Michael Svendsen
Computerworld Freelance Journalist

Michael Svendsen is a journalist and has been working within the technology field and with IT businesses for 20 years.


09:05
How to unlock your business' potential using modern application delivery and development
Øivind Ekeberg, Solution Architect in Red Hat, will help us understand what application modernization really is. Why is it important, what are the challenges – and how to solve them with Red Hat OpenShift, including containers and microservices.

Learn how IBM and Red Hat provide end-to-end hybrid cloud solutions designed to enable clients to integrate private and public cloud while protecting their existing IT investments.
Øivind Ekeberg
Speaker:
Øivind Ekeberg
Solution Architect
Red Hat

09:30
Q&A, Øivind Ekeberg - Red Hat

09:35
Open Source in today's enterprise
We hear of open source being transforming organisations globally, but what does that mean and what impacts is this having? In this talk, John will explore this topic and showcase ways to help your organisation better leverage open source and measure its impact in your organisation.
John Mertic
Speaker:
John Mertic
Director of Program Management
The Linux Foundation

09:55
Q&A

10:00
The cloud you want –with the privacy and security you need
Deliver security, privacy and resiliency at scale as part of your enterprise-wide cloud infrastructure. Consistently develop, deploy and orchestrate next-gen apps. Build new digital services that are developed once and deployed across your cloud. But how?

As a practical example of this learn how The Met Office migrated its meteorological databases from x86 systems to a resilient, high-performance, and scalable IBM LinuxONE platform—ensuring it can handle massive peaks in requests. Hear how this enables the Met Office to collect, process, store, and then reissue about 200 million unique observations every day from the UK and around the globe with 24x7 availability.
Daniel Waage Kyte
Speaker:
Daniel Waage Kyte
Nordic Sales Specialist LinuxONE
IBM
Antti Maasalmi
Speaker:
Antti Maasalmi
LinuxONE Technical Specialist
IBM
Andy Hoiles
Speaker:
Andy Hoiles
IBM Systems Specialist
IBM

A skilled sales professional with a wealth of experience in all aspects of sales management. He has combined technical, management and business development experience to great effect during his career which has spanned 26 years.
Andy's management approach is to ‘coach to perform’ and ‘lead by example’, which has created highly motivated teams.

Specialties: Sales management, sales operations, channel and partner management, complex sales environments, pricing strategies, sales methodologies, sales effectiveness, account management, consultative sales.


10:20
Q&A, Daniel Kyte, Antti Maasalmi & Andy Hoiles, IBM

10:25
Wrap up by moderator Michael Svendsen
Michael Svendsen
Moderator:
Michael Svendsen
Computerworld Freelance Journalist

Michael Svendsen is a journalist and has been working within the technology field and with IT businesses for 20 years.