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Automate Everything - Best Practices to Create a Self-Driving Data Centre


Presentation

"Automate everything" is a new mantra many CIOs are adopting as they realize that to stay competitive, their teams must automate (i.e., eliminate scripting) traditionally manual infrastructure, operations, and development processes to drive scale, speed, quality, and improved security. Automation frees up staff time to focus on strategic, critical tasks. To accomplish this, teams must often analyze and define these workflows across separate silos (such as business units, disparate enterprise applications, and heterogeneous IT infrastructure landscapes) and work together to isolate process automation, integrating data sources with applications.  During this session the speaker(s) will cover the best practices to achieve the coveted results.

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Stream: System Automation, Monitoring and Analytics
Room: Magny Cours
Time: 11:45 - 12:45

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Speakers


  • Michael Kiehl at Broadcom
  • Michael Kiehl is a 20 year veteran of mainframe automation tools. The last 4½ years as the product manager for several tools within CA’s mainframe portfolio, including OPS/MVS, Automation Point, and ESP, responsible for driving customer relationships and product innovations. Prior to joining CA, I worked at a major US financial institution as the mainframe automation architect and advocate writing thousands of lines of code to automation daily processes, IPLs, and disaster recovery.


    Email: Michael.Kiehl@ca.com

  • Michael Kiehl at Broadcom
  • Michael Kiehl is a 20 year veteran of mainframe automation tools. The last 4½ years as the product manager for several tools within CA’s mainframe portfolio, including OPS/MVS, Automation Point, and ESP, responsible for driving customer relationships and product innovations. Prior to joining CA, I worked at a major US financial institution as the mainframe automation architect and advocate writing thousands of lines of code to automation daily processes, IPLs, and disaster recovery.


    Email: Michael.Kiehl@ca.com

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