It is July and the second half of the year has commenced, and in the Northern Hemisphere the hot sultry dog days of summer are about to start (actually, here in the Houston they've been around for a while). This July we have a busy schedule of NetIQ events, conferences, webcasts, gatherings and training where you
can catch up with us and learn more about what we can do for you. But, first, here in the USA have a great Independence Day and to our readers in Belarus, Venezuela, Argentina, Bahamas, Colombia, Belgium, Peru, Maldives, and Vanuatu have a great Independence Day this month too.
July 12, 2011, Online Webcast: The first of a 4 part series The Changing Face of Disaster Recovery: New Platforms, New Technologies, Old Headaches will look at what happens if the power goes out in a multi-platform data center. A little bit of Linux, a little bit of Windows, and these days a whole lot of virtual all too often means a little bit of this, and a little bit of that for recovery planning. One plan for Linux, one for Windows servers, and probably a virtual recovery plan too. We’ll explore the challenges of designing an effective disaster recovery plan for the modern multi-platform data center.
July 13, 2011, Calgary, AB: Join us and SonicWall for an evening of good times and smooth western spirits at the Calgary Stampede with IPS at the Spur Gastropub (less than 2km from Stampede Park); but hurry, space is limited...
July 14, 2011, Online Audiocast:Tune to DM Radio, a podcast series from Information Management magazine to hear hosts Eric Kavanagh and Jim Ericson interview Analyst Loretta
Mahon Smith of DAMA International, Paul Winterstein of
Michele Hudnall of NetIQ, and Karl van der Bergh of Jaspersoft for Back to Basics: Best Practices for Reporting. It's the bread-and-butter of Business Intelligence -- reporting! And though it may not be as sexy or fun as high-powered analytics, nonetheless, reporting remains the foundation of BI. This show will how your organization can get a better handle on its reporting solution and the many options out these today, including open-source and other low-cost avenues.
July 19-22, 2011, Houston, TX: With this
instructor-led AppManager 7 Advanced course you can take your implementation of AppManager
to the next level . Learn how to maximize your AppManager investment by
using several tools in the AppManager Suite including: Control Center,
Knowledge Base, SNMP Toolkit, Analysis Center and Diagnostic Console.
Topics covered in this course include both advanced monitoring and
troubleshooting techniques using the base AppManager application. The
class employs a combination of discussion, demonstrations, and hands-on
July 20, 2011, Houston, TX: We are proud to sponsor ISSA's South Texas Chapter's Security After Hours dinner event this month. The event for ISSA members and IT security professionals will look at “Cloud Computing and Consumerism in a Security Challenged World”. Cyber-security continues forcing companies to re-architect security programs. We'll discuss security best practices as it relates to cloud computing and consumerism and the trends we are seeing as customers implement solutions to address these topic areas to achieve lasting real-world benefits.
July 24-26, 2011, Austin, TX: The Texas Regional Infrastructure Security Conference (TRISC) is a 3-day
not-for-profit conference providing peer-to-peer networking
opportunities within an educational forum focused on current challenges
in the Information Security industry. Titled 'Cold War to Cyber War: Protecting Critical Infrastructure' this years event features a great set of speakers including Joe Jarzombek, PMP, USAF Lt Col (Ret) and current Director for Software Assurance at the Department of Homeland Security; U.S. Congressman Michael McCaul, founder and co-chair of the Congressional CyberSecurity Caucus, Texas State Representative Marva Beck, who sits on the Committee for Homeland Security and Public Safety. You'll also have an opportunity to hear NetIQ's very own Michael F. Angelo for his sessions: 'Cloudy with a Chance of Success' and 'Consumerization?'
July 26-28, 2011, Herndon, VA: Fundamentals of IT Process Automation with NetIQ Aegis is a three-day lecture course that will help you understand, install, and successfully use NetIQ Aegis.
In this course, you will learn about the Aegis lifecycle, how to use
the Workflow Designer, and process revision control. In addition, you
will learn how to manage, maintain and make decisions with Aegis.
Through discussion, examples, and lab exercises with real world content,
you will learn how to: identify and create notification workflow
processes; set user and permission sets and handle basic Aegis
July 26-29, 2011, San Diego, CA: This year Catalyst Conference examines high-impact themes that include externalization, consumerization and democratization; exploring game-changing IT concepts such as mobility, social media, privacy and the Cloud. We'll be there under the Novell banner with WorkloadIQ, intelligent workload management, and showing you how you can reduce the cost, complexity
and risk associated with today's IT infrastructures and integrate your
mixed IT environments, allowing people and technology to work as one.
July 30 to Aug 2, 2011, Las Vegas, NV: Black Hat is arguably one of the biggest and the most important technical security conference series in the world. We'll be there, under the Novell banner, with our compelling set of security management tools; including Sentinel. We'll also look at simplifying compliance with PCI-DSS, Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulations.
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