NonStop Technical Boot Camp 2015
2015 Pre-Conference Seminar
Enjoy a FULL DAY of Pre-Conference Seminars on November 15, 2015

Please Register in Advance! The cost to attend is $150, and includes breakfast, snacks, and lunch.

Morning Sessions: 
NonStop Innovations


XYPRO - Getting the most out of XMA and XUA

comForte - A POC for a hybrid application built on the Yuma Infiniband stack


Afternoon Sessions:
IT Managers Network Meeting.
A conversation between customers

1:00 - 3:00 pm - Session A
3:15 - 5:15 pm - Session B

Join us in San Jose on Sunday November 15th, for a U.S. meeting of the IT Manager’s Network! This event that was highly rated by customers in Europe earlier this year. HPE will be facilitating two U.S. based sessions for customers attending the Connect NonStop Technical Boot Camp.

These sessions are for customers only to allow for direct unabridged customer to customer communication for shared success! NonStop Partners will not be participating in these events and only a limited number of HPE employees will be allowed to observe.

Because we need to limit the number of customers in each session to make the conversations worthwhile, two sessions will be held with the same agendas, when registering select your preferred time slot.

Topics for the discussions:

1. How to gain support for your NonStop IT Project

It’s not always easy to get your management team to invest in the NonStop environment. It’s too easy to forget about the NonStop system as it faithfully processes transactions and quietly hums along on the computer room floor. But all computer environments need attention from time to time and major improvements to the system for staff efficiency or business continuity for example can help a company make the most of their NonStop investment. How to gain support and how to navigate the internal politics that exist in every company will be the first discussion topic by the team.

1. How to organize your team

Do you have major IT projects underway that involve your NonStop systems? How do you organize your staff to work on and complete those projects? Do you separate or blend your team skill sets? Do the same people in your group also support other production systems for your business? This part of the discussion will be about learning from each other how different customers organize and manage their IT staff.

2. Open Roundtable

Bring up any topic that you’d like to discuss and would be relevant to what IT Managers are dealing with in managing NonStop systems in their shops. Find out how your peers are handling issues that you are struggling with, share best practices that you and your team have adopted. This is a casual conversation amongst peers to openly discuss and share experiences in managing the NonStop system.

3. The Future of the IT Managers Network

A brief discussion of the IT Managers Network and how to attract more members to keep the conversation going in between NonStop events.