14 - 17 August 2012
AUD $2420 pp inc GST
IBM Systems Technical Symposium Series
The IBM Systems Technical Symposium Series, including the IBM System z Technical Symposium, will bring together IT executives, managers and professionals for a look into the transformation of IT infrastructures meeting the demands of a smarter planet. Together with IBM senior executives, attendees will explore the breakthrough technologies enabling smarter computing, including Power, z and storage systems that are designed for data, tuned to the task and managed with cloud technologies.
This inaugural event will cover a broad range of topics such as understanding consolidation and virtualization, achieving greater insight from deep analytics, and realizing the return on cloud computing investments. For the first time in Australia, this event will bring together the IBM System x, IBM System z, IBM Power Systems and IBM System z Technical Symposiums all under one roof, running simultaneously, giving attendees the unique opportunity to attend sessions from various streams. Over the course of four days, there will also be keynotes and sessions that address product strategy and technical directions along with workshops for IT professionals to test drive the latest technology in hands-on demos and labs.
This event is dedicated to helping organisations keep pace with the expanding, and ever increasing demands on IT resources. Attendees will:
Overview of IBM System z Technical Symposium
This premier technical event also features, zEnterprise, z/OS, z/VM, and Linux on System z. It is your opportunity to broaden your knowledge and expertise on System z technology from both hardware and software perspectives:
With a packed agenda that covers all this – plus the opportunity to hear technical experts from IBM System z development, IBM System z customers and the community of independent software vendor (ISV) providers share their experience and expertise – you won't want to miss this memorable week of technical education.
Why should I attend?
The opportunity to understand how successful enterprises are responding to dramatic increases in data and demands for new workloads by adapting their existing IT i