Monday, May 12, 2014

Register for these upcoming webcasts focused around SmartCloud Orchestrator, DCIM, and Tivoli Storage Manager


In These Webcasts: Learn How Cloud Marketplace Extends IBM SCO Functionality; Learn the Definition of Real-Time DCIM; Recover or Migrate Machines Directly from Tivoli Storage Manager Backups

SmartCloud Orchestrator Webcast
Extending IBM SmartCloud Orchestrator with Cloud Marketplace Content Packs
May 21st, 11:00 AM ET, US


Learn how to use components from Cloud Marketplace content packs to extend IBM SmartCloud Orchestrator functionality, how to install Business Process Manager tool kits and SmartCloud Orchestrator script packages, and how to configure SmartCloud Orchestrator to make use of these components. Presented by Johnny Meidlinger, Technical Enablement Specialist (IBM Cloud and Smarter Infrastructure).

DCIM Webcast
Data Center Infrastructure Management with IBM and Emerson Network Power Solution
June 10th, 2014 at 11:00 AM ET, US


Join this live webcast to learn the definition of real-time DCIM, the state of the data center today, the primary challenges facing the data center, benefits of DCIM and how DCIM is being adopted, and how the combination of IBM Cloud and Smarter Infrastructure and Emerson Trellis delivers visibility, control, and automation to all of the components of the data center.

The Speakers

Vikul Banta, Strategy and Product Management
(IBM C&SI)



Sean Nicholson, VP and General Manager
(Worldwide IBM C&SI Business, Emerson)



Storage Webcast
Leverage the Power of TSM to Provide Additional Recovery Functionality with TBMR and Recovery Simulator 

June 17th, 2014 at 11:00 AM ET, US


TBMR (Tivoli Bare Machine Recovery) and Recovery Simulator leverage the power of Tivoli Storage Manager to provide additional recovery functionality. Cristie Software's software will not only recover or migrate machines directly from Tivoli Storage Manager backups but will also seamlessly re-deploy machines. Machine recovery can be to and from physical data centers, Virtual Machines and cloud environments – both public and private. This provides organizations with tremendous flexibility for automated recovery simulation and in the event of a disaster.

The Speaker


Toby Bishop, Pre-Sales Manager
(Cristie Software)