Sunday, August 30th
By Andy Troup
As one of the solution architects on the Operations Transformation Services team, it is my pleasure to share our breakout session schedule with you and make sure you can easily find transformation sessions of relevance and interest.
Why Operations Transformation, anyway? Our customers know that in order to optimize the business outcomes of VMware technologies, you will need to modernize your IT infrastructure, evolving from a traditional siloed IT model to one of a service-driven organization. And to do this, you must also align the people and processes that support the new IT model. With the help of VMware Operations Transformation Services, you can effectively adapt your organization, and automate and orchestrate processes to maximize the business agility and operational efficiency these technologies offer.
This week in San Francisco, we have 23 breakout sessions in our schedule, covering multiple dimensions of the operational transformation journey.
But let’s focus on Day One.
We have six sessions tomorrow, Monday, August 31, covering a great mix of topics, including several customer presenters and VMware IT sharing real-world transformation experiences.
8:30 AM – OPT 4680:
Advanced Automated Use Case: Using vRealize Operations and vRealize Automation to Seize Back the Approval Charter
12:00 PM – OPT 6226:
Kaiser Permanente: Metrics-driven Transformation – Using vRealize Operations as the Foundation for Operations Transformation (customer presentation)
1:30 PM – OPT 5238:
VMware IT DevOps Transformation: A VMware-On-VMware Showcase
1:30 PM – OPT 5519:
Nimble Automation in a Regulated Environment: Good, Fast and Cheap. Pick Two. (Healthcare customer panel with Blue Shield, Delta Dental and Vision Care Plan)
3:00 PM – OPT 5960:
VMware NSX with a DevOps Mentality: Streamline Your Operations for Zero Downtime Networking
3:30 PM – OPT 5279:
Chargeback in the Dept of Defense (customer session)
Visit the VMworld mobile app to easily locate these sessions. And follow us on Twitter: @VMwareCloudOps.
Andy Troup is a Cloud Operations Architect with over 25 years of IT experience. He specializes in Cloud Operations and Technology Consulting Service Development. Andy is also a vCAP DCA and VCP. Andy possesses a proven background in design, deployment and management of enterprise IT projects. Previously, Andy co-delivered the world’s first and subsequent vCloud Operational Assessments (Colt Telecomm & Norwegian Government Agency) to enable the early adoption of VMware’s vCloud implementation.