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Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  ibm-partner ibm ibmpulse ibmcloud ibmtivoli ibm-pulse ibm-energy-management 2,291 Visits
Stop by the Pulse 2010 Expo and say hello to our Sponsors. We are honored to have these great companies partner with us at Pulse!
And now, a few words from our sponsors ;-)
Alcatel-Lucent - Diamond
Execute your transformation with Alcatel-Lucent; the world’s largest Tivoli Assurance integrator, with over 130 customers deployed in the telecom, transport and energy markets. Come see us (D302) to discuss how to assure your business performance, your time to revenue, your assets and how to enhance your customer experience.
Pirean - Diamond
Pirean - AAA Accredited and industry leading consultancy, development and support services for IT Security and Service Management built on IBM Tivoli Software. As proud sponsors of Pulse 2010 we invite you to join us at booth D301 to find out more about our Smarter Tivoli Solutions and Services portfolio.
generationE Technologies - Platinum
generationE Technologies presents Transform Your Business by Taking Automation to the Next Level, a Pre-Pulse Webcast. on February 17th at 11 a.m. Eastern time. Learn about Orchestrating Tivoli Event and Incident Response with Resolve Runbook Automation. Register here. As a Platinum Sponsor, we are hosting a customer reception at PULSE. Email email@example.com or visit booth P305.
EDI - Gold
The convenient truth is that people like great prizes from EDI! Maximo users - come get a carbon credit from EDI at booth G-312 for your chance to receive one of many great prizes to warm your heart!
ESRI - Gold
ESRI has provided mapping technology to IBM users for over 20 years. Today IBM users are improving the performance of their organizations by implementing ESRI GIS technology to manage mobile and fixed assets more efficiently. Visit ESRI at booth G308 in the Solution Center to see the smarter planet from a new perspective. . www.esri.com
Gulf Breeze Software Partners - Gold
No matter which Tivoli applications you're deploying, Gulf Breeze Software Partners can help you make the most out of your investment. We have helped customers deploy fully integrated solutions comprised of ITM, ITCAM, Maximo, NetCool/OMNIbus and TBSM, so we can help you make it all work together.
Syclo - Gold
For over a decade Syclo’s SMART Mobile Suite has been the #1 selling mobile solution. Why? We’ve taken our deployments in 750 organizations and developed prebuilt, preintegrated, feature-rich industry applications. Regardless of connectivity, device or number of users our mobile works. Visit us in PULSE booth G307 and at maximo.syclo.com
Actuate - Silver
Get up to speed on BIRT, the reporting technology in Maximo and Tivoli Common Reporting. See a demonstration of a Maximo dashboard with KPIs, where BIRT and Actuate reports co-exist, business users can perform self-service reporting, and information can be delivered to non-Maximo users at the Actuate and Reporting House Booth #S220.
APC by Schneider Electric - Silver
Attend APC’s Session: Monday Feb 22nd, 4:30PM EXPO Floor Theater and receive a Free APC JUMPDRIVE Managing Data Center Efficiency with IBM and APC’s Integrated Software Platform. Attend this session and learn about the integration of APC's Data Center management platform and IBM's Tivoli Monitoring for Energy Management. Speaker, Soeren Brogaard Jensen, VP of Enterprise Software, APC by Schneider Electric.
Enfora - Silver
How do you start to connect and manage high value assets that sit beyond your enterprise network or turn ‘dumb’ assets into intelligent assets? Enfora, a leader in wirelessly networking geographically dispersed assets, will demo a new Maximo External Adapter (MEA) that enables asset management from a wide area wireless network (WWAN).
GenesisSolutions - Silver
GenesisSolutions (Booth #S419), a proud sponsor of IBM Pulse 2010, will be co-presenting with Wyeth Pharmaceuticals on a successful Maintenance Excellence program consisting of RCM, planning & scheduling, critical spares, calibration, automation and controls. Additionally, we will be presenting with Port of Seattle on “Putting Maximo Work History to Work”.
Lighthouse Security Group - Silver
Lighthouse Gateway™ is an industry-leading, next-generation platform for Enterprise Identity and Access Management (IAM). A cloud-computing alternative to conventional on-premise Tivoli IAM infrastructure, Lighthouse Gateway considerably reduces Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) while providing clients with an ease of management, quick time to market, and compliance with industry regulations. For more information and a preview, please visit www.DiscoverLighthouseGateway.com
Materna - Silver
As a leading European ICT company MATERNA provides solutions for IBM’s Dynamic Infrastructure strategy. Our solution “Training in a Cloud” exemplifies how to combine service management, virtualization, automation and client management into one ready for use service. MATERNA provides an integrated understanding of how to implement cloud services.
Panduit - Silver
Visit Panduit booth (S222) and learn how Panduit’s Physical Infrastructure Manager™ Software Platform and intelligent PanView iQ™ System Hardware work together to provide local or remote management and monitoring of connectivity, ensuring network reliability to support service level agreements and reduce network costs.
Predatar - Silver
Predatar™ reduces operational costs and risk, whilst improving visibility and service levels across TSM and storage infrastructures. Predatar™ automates tasks required to manage, improve, and control costs of TSM and storage environments; including deep problem discovery, management visibility, capacity planning, recovery planning, TSM licence discovery and knowledge sharing. Predatar™ proudly sponsors Pulse 2010. To learn more about the benefits of Storage Management Automation, visit us at stand S224 or see www.predatar.com
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  virtual energy-management dynamic-infrastructure green security asset-management pulse cloud automation smarter-planet storage ibmpulse 2,743 Visits
Today, Pulse goes virtual.
Did you see the announcement?
In February, Pulse 2009 became the first global event dedicated to building a smarter planet through a dynamic infrastructure.
-->Watch highlights from Pulse 2009
Then IBM took the Pulse conference on the road to more countries with Pulse Comes to You.
-->See Pulse Comes to You video
Yup, that's me with my favorite IBM bee.
Now Pulse is going virtual with live Webcasts and chats with industry experts and IBM innovators today.
The pretty brochure will tell you the event is for you to:
Normal language please?
My translation: the event will focus on latest trends and innovations for helping folks manage their Infrastructure better. The key focus is on responding quickly to change, managing assets, and delivering quality service.
Virtual attendees can exchange electronic business cards and attend six different solution booths to grab collateral, watch customer videos and demos, and chat about solutions for better managing their assets and infrastructure.
The 6 booths
12:00 PM: Managing a Dynamic Infrastructure
12:15 PM: Chat with the Experts
12:45 PM: Datacenter Automation in an Uncertain Economy
01:30 PM: Chat with the Experts
02:30 PM: Security for the Dynamic infrastructures
03:30 PM: Industrialize and Automate the Way you deliver Services with IBM Cloud
04:15 PM: Chat with the Experts
04:30 PM: Closing Comments: Pulse 2010
05:30 PM: Exhibit Hall Closes
*Eastern Standard Time
I plan on popping in and out today to chat with some of my favorite IBMers, customers, and Business Partners. I hope to see you there!
-->Register for the event
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB email@example.com Tags:  service-management business-partners storage event maximo summit partners pulse conference automation tivoli pulse2010 security ibmpulse awards asset-management green 2,282 Visits
In response to: If you’re an IBM Tivoli Business Partner why attend Pulse?Lisa, welcome to the blogging team. Great post on the Tivoli Pulse Business Partner Summit. I'm posting this to our Pulse blog too so others can find it.
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  references hospitality pulse2010 customers clients lounge pulse ibmpulse pulse-2010 1,593 Visits
One of the hopping places at Pulse for the last two years has been the Pulse Client Hospitality Lounge. Conference attendees hang out there to relax between sessions, sink into one of the comfortable sofas, and grab a snack or cold beverage while checking messages or networking with colleagues. The Lounge is one way of IBM saying "Thank You" for being a part of our community. When clients sign up to be a reference, update their current solution information, or join a user community group, they received a free gift.
If you're planning on attending Pulse 2010, I encourage you to drop by the Client Hospitality and ask for details when you register at the conference. A bonus treat: You might just be able to "hang" with the two wonderful ladies below--Danyel Otteson (Tivoli User Communities) and Laura Wilkens (Tivoli Client Success Marketing).
-->See examples of other IBM client success stories
To participate in the IBM client reference program, contact your IBM representative, IBM Business Partner or e-mail IBM at email@example.com.
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  ibmtivoli service-management pulse cloud-computing computing tivoli cloud ibm ibmcloud pulse2010 ibmpulse 2,425 Visits
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB email@example.com Tags:  security assetmgmt risk pcty milan datacenter servicemgmt consolidation socialmedia pulse itil italy technology ibmpulse ibm automation spain madrid information storage compliance smarterplanet tivoli pulse09 dyninfra operations software 2,638 Visits
Heena Kankali 2700026GNR firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  pulse09 ibmpulse service-management uk 1,340 Visits
Pulse Comes to You 2009 - UK
19 May 2009, Mercedes-Benz World, Weybridge
Pulse Comes to You brings the excitement, education, and experience of our global conference. Pulse 2009 to your city! Attend Pulse Comes to You to learn how a dynamic infrastructure through service management can intergrate your business and IT to make you - and the planet - smarter.
You’ll learn about hot topics like:
For more information and to register, go to:
ONLY 4 DAYS LEFT!
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB email@example.com Tags:  youtube flickr conference linkedin service-management vegas pulse pulse09 tivoli ibmpulse twitter 2 Comments 4,496 Visits
Attending the Pulse 2009 conference in Vegas was one of the highlights of my year. How could I ever top all the great people, topics, demos, products, solutions, services, innovations, fun, and excitement at Pulse? Honestly, I don't think it's possible. You just had to be there! However, if you'd like to get a taste of the experience or extend your own Pulse experience, I recommend some of the links below:
Pulse Comes to You: Attend a Pulse event in your own city!
Weekly online IBM Service Management Jams: Continue learning about the great topics you heard about at Pulse 2009.
Tivoli certification and education discounts: Take advantage of special discounts for Pulse 2009 attendees.
Tivoli Group on LinkedIn: Manage your contacts, find or share news and job opportunities, get help from other experts, and much more.
Pulse blog: Stay up-to-date with conference news and announcements and online Q & A.
Pulse community and discussion forums: Manage your Pulse contacts, start your own discussion topics, and provide feedback on the conference and sessions.
Pulse on Twitter: Learn and share real-time buzz, insights, comments and questions around Pulse-related topics.
-Use #ibmpulse in Twitter search to see tweets of others.
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  presentations pulse09 service-management tivoli pulse vegas ibmpulse 1,673 Visits
"How do I find IBM Pulse 2009 presentations?"
You need to use the Pulse agenda builder tool to retrieve Pulse 2009 presentations from here:
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB email@example.com Tags:  service-management logsdon pulse ibmpulse alcatel-lucent tivoli keynote magic johnson energy phelps oconnor green pulse09 2 Comments 5,425 Visits
I was seriously bummed this morning when Al Zollar announced that Michael Phelps would not be speaking at the Pulse conference. Al explained that another exciting keynote speaker was on the agenda for later, but wouldn’t tell us who it was. The Twitter crowd immediately started speculating who it would be--Chris Rock?
And a series of Pulse speakers proceeded to joke about the possibility of Al speaking in a Speedo as a Phelps replacement. With the anticipation building, it was hard to focus when Jim Logsdon, from Alcatel-Lucent (Diamond sponsor of Pulse), spoke about his long-term partnership with IBM.
Chris O’Connor’s discussion on why being Green is important was fascinating. He highlighted four key reasons to focus on energy and efficiency: money, risk, compliance, responsibility. He basically argued that we need to reduce wasting energy in the data center and use the cost savings to invest in better tools to save money, comply with regulations, avoid severe punishment, and act responsibly as world citizens. He definitely caught our attention—and it wasn’t just due to the totally cool green tie he was wearing. Chris used some simple math to show that we could save $750/year just on better managing two servers and $750K/year if we were dealing with a 1000 servers. The Twitter crowd really enjoyed his presentation.
Finally, the moment had arrived. We were all awaiting with excitement to hear who the new Pulse keynote speaker was for that morning. The crowd showed their excitement when Al announced it was Magic Johnson!
Magic Johnson came off as a darling to the crowd. He was very intelligent and personable—walking amongst the Pulse attendees, asking them to stand up, giving them long hugs, speaking and engaging with them directly, and encouraging personal photo opportunities. And his talk was both humorous and informative. Demonstrating a strong business acumen and industriousness, he spoke of his foundation and the unique perspective he brought to incorporating ethnic and urban consumer tastes to coffee shops, movie theatres, fitness centers, and real estate projects. He also encouraged the audience to stay positive and embrace a winning spirit in the face of current economic challenges. He was met with a standing ovation! Once again, the Twitter crowd went wild!
Thanks to IBM and to Magic Johnson! What a great treat and surprise!