Future Gazing – Crystal Ball or SUSECon?

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Everyone could use a crystal ball to see where things are going and what their future holds! And the way that IT is rapidly changing, having one eye on the future whilst doing your day job can be really difficult.

So how can you keep on top of the latest technology and what do terms like the Internet of Things, Digital Transformation, really mean to my business, what does this mean to my department, what does this mean to my job?   How and where can I find all the information I need to keep ahead of the game?

Each year at our annual conference SUSECON we focus on delivering content that helps with the everyday workload and gives you a practical guidance for dealing with the future.

This year is no exception.  Our focus this year is on helping you Define your future.  Not using a crystal ball!  But through keynote sessions, customer case studies, networking, hands-on training and specific sessions that aim to bring you the best of content from industry guru’s, your peers and our own experts.

We’ve broken the week down into different content that aims to support you in some of the business issues that you are feeling the most.

  • How do I transform my business? And when is the right time to do so. – Time to Transform (Day1)
  • How do I keep my business agile? And ready for the future – Adapt to Win Day 2
  • How do I keep my business online? And keep up with future demands. – Down with Downtime Day 3

Our practical hands on conference is designed to enable you to do away with the Crystal Ball and take away practical steps to changing for the future.

Why don’t you see for yourself what’s available at SUSECON this year – the sessions catalogue is now available so maybe you’d like to check out what you could see and learn this year, but in the meantime here’s a few examples that I spotted in my crystal ball!:

Tales from the Trenches: Ceph in the enterprise with NovaCoast

SUSE, Containers, Dockers and Beyond

SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability: Towards Zero Downtime

Also why not see some examples of sessions from last year on our home page to give you some idea of the great content we provide:

Day 01 Focus Tab – Looking to the Future with OpenStack

As Cloud computing continues to grow and expand to include additional markets of adoption and to innovate technologies, what does the future hold for OpenStack? Catch a view of the project from the OpenStack community and leadership perspective. We’ll review the technology strengths and discuss the upcoming technologies and the markets they will serve and we will share examples of how SUSE customers are deploying OpenStack.

Day 02 Focus Tab: Deploying SLES Amazon EC2 AWS CloudFormation

AWS CloudFormation gives developers and systems administrators an easy way to create and manage a collection of related AWS resources, provisioning and updating them in an orderly and predictable fashion. Gain insight into the capabilities of AWS CloudFormation to deploy complete, enterprise-class computing environments for running business-critical applications and workloads using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) on Amazon EC2.

Day 03 Focus Tab: SUSE Linux High Availability Roadmap: Reduce Unplanned Downtime

The SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension helps to ensure your data and services are available 24 hours a day. SUSE offers not only data and service protection for local and metropolitan systems, but also for those running geographically-distributed data centers. Join this session to learn about the capabilities of the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Stack, typical use cases and what’s new with version 12 SP1.

So do you want to go to a Crystal Ball reader? Or do you want to register for SUSECON and Define your own future.  The choice is yours.

 

 

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