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SHARE Fort Worth 2020

February 23 - February 28

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With 300+ industry speakers, 500+ sessions and 1,000+ attendees, SHARE events combine renowned industry leaders, user-driven technical sessions, insights from colleagues, and hardware and software product highlights for one eventful week. SHARE attendance guarantees you access to the latest enterprise IT news, prominent industry leaders — including IBM executives — and product highlights on emerging technologies, bringing priceless value to your daily work.

Top Three Reasons to Attend SHARE
Reason #1: Education. Experience a user-focused approach to education with interactive, hands-on training for professionals at any level. SHARE provides knowledge, tips and offers guidance on the ins and outs of different products — all to make you more effective at your job. The business impact of increased efficiency, agility and cost savings as a result of SHARE participation makes this event one of the best IT investments your company will make all year.

Reason #2: Networking. Learn and grow with seasoned enterprise IT professionals as they share successes and lessons learned. You will gain insight from other attendees’ careers and experiences as they highlight valuable resources.

Reason #3: Influence. Connect directly with IBM, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and other companies to compare and discuss the newest solutions to problems you may be facing at your organization. SHARE is the best place to evaluate the latest products and solutions, with access to a rich mix of industry representatives through its varied technical program and fully equipped exhibition.

Join us for the following sessions:

Lunch and Learn: Lean and Mean: 3 Ways to Optimize Operations
Tuesday, February 25 | 12:25  – 1:25 p.m.
Room 202A | Session Number 27103

Customer demand for speed, quality and innovation is at an all-time high. That, coupled with the pressures from a retiring mainframe workforce and the never-ending quest to reduce costs, is putting significant pressure on IT organizations to become lean and mean. Systems must be optimized so that they meet or exceed SLAs, make efficient use of hardware and software and be future proofed for the next generation. Compuware will share three ways you can optimize operations.

Partner Sponsored Presentation: New! Large-scale, High Availability and Non-Disruptive FDRPAS Migration
Tuesday, February 25 | 1:45 – 2:45 p.m.
Room: 202A | Session Number: TBA

Catch up on how the latest release of Compuware (formerly INNOVATION Data Processing) FDRPAS can now non-disruptively migrate thousands of z/OS and/or z/VM disk volumes; copy with minimal down time thousands of z/OS and/or z/VM disk volumes over long-distances (employing FICON or TCP/IP) to the same or another vendor’s storage in a new data center; maintain near-continuous availability, keeping HyperSwap up; minimize RPO roll-back and allow non-disruptive testing of new storage infrastructures.

Mainframe IDE Shootout
Wednesday, February 26 | 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Room 201C | Session Number 26408
This session helps demonstrate the value of modern IDEs and reasons why it’s time to modernize the development experience.
Participant: Mark Schettenhelm, Product Owner, Compuware

The Enemy Within
Thursday, February 27 | 1:45 – 2:45 p.m.
Room 203A | Session Number 26721
A breach can be as simple as someone looking at data in ways that violate your policies. We will look at ways to determine—sooner rather than later—that you have been breached and discuss how to reduce the risk to the organization.
Speaker: John Crossno, Product Manager, Compuware

And don’t forget to stop by and see us at Booth #200!

See you there!

 

Details

Start:
February 23
End:
February 28
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Website:
https://event.share.org/home

Venue

Fort Worth Convention Center
1201 Houston St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102 United States
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Phone:
(817) 392-6338
Website:
https://www.fortworth.com/meetings/convention-center/

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