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Air Gap Risk Awareness: Batch is Mission Critical


Presentation

Your business demands 24/7 uptime, so how can we count on resiliency of applications that were designed to work 9-5? And whose job is it really? Your business and customers demand greater capabilities in ever-shorter periods of time. Batch job failure due to corruption, ransomware, cyber-attack, or error can take hours if not days to find, correct, and restart with the right dependencies in place. By some estimates 66% of outages are caused by human error. Learn how to make your life easier and reduce the risks batch applications present. Discussed will be actionable steps to secure your data and automate your processes to deliver the missing link - application resiliency: 24/7.

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Stream: Storage Management
Room: Monza
Time: 09:30 - 10:30

Speakers


  • Rebecca M Levesque at 21st Century Software, Inc.
  • Rebecca M. Levesque is Chief Executive Officer of 21st Century Software and responsible for shaping the company’s product strategy and vision. She has over 20 years’ experience helping hundreds of companies establish resiliency and recoverability strategies from any disruptive event. Her knowledge and depth of experience is offered as a speaker at SHARE, IBM Systems Magazine, ACP, and DRJ. She is a published author in trade journals, white papers, and industry forums. Additionally, Rebecca has helped executives, storage managers, and technical architecture professionals leverage their existing storage technology investments while ensuring efficiencies across the enterprise.


    Email: rebeccal@21csw.com

  • Jim Stout at DELL Technologies
  • Jim Stout is a Specialty Technical Consultant with DellEMC Corporation in Kansas City, Missouri. Jim has been with DellEMC for 21 years and is currently a member of the Global Mainframe Architecture Team. In this role, Jim provides presales technical support for the Disk Library for Mainframe (DLm) "Tape on Disk" family and VMAX DASD products. Prior to joining EMC, Jim was an Advisory Systems Engineer with Storage Technology Corporation. He was with Storage Technology for 12 years in various roles including post-sales Software Support and presales technical support for the 4400 and 9300 families of Automated Cartridge Systems. For the majority of Jim's career, he has worked exclusively in data storage with emphasis on IBM Mainframe (MVS/XA, OS390 and z/OS) computing platforms.


    Email: jim.stout@dell.com

  • Rebecca M Levesque at 21st Century Software, Inc.
  • Rebecca M. Levesque is Chief Executive Officer of 21st Century Software and responsible for shaping the company’s product strategy and vision. She has over 20 years’ experience helping hundreds of companies establish resiliency and recoverability strategies from any disruptive event. Her knowledge and depth of experience is offered as a speaker at SHARE, IBM Systems Magazine, ACP, and DRJ. She is a published author in trade journals, white papers, and industry forums. Additionally, Rebecca has helped executives, storage managers, and technical architecture professionals leverage their existing storage technology investments while ensuring efficiencies across the enterprise.


    Email: rebeccal@21csw.com

  • Jim Stout at DELL Technologies
  • Jim Stout is a Specialty Technical Consultant with DellEMC Corporation in Kansas City, Missouri. Jim has been with DellEMC for 21 years and is currently a member of the Global Mainframe Architecture Team. In this role, Jim provides presales technical support for the Disk Library for Mainframe (DLm) "Tape on Disk" family and VMAX DASD products. Prior to joining EMC, Jim was an Advisory Systems Engineer with Storage Technology Corporation. He was with Storage Technology for 12 years in various roles including post-sales Software Support and presales technical support for the 4400 and 9300 families of Automated Cartridge Systems. For the majority of Jim's career, he has worked exclusively in data storage with emphasis on IBM Mainframe (MVS/XA, OS390 and z/OS) computing platforms.


    Email: jim.stout@dell.com

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