2012 is the year of Cloud Computing at Pulse. That means that IBM has defined Pulse as the most essential Cloud-focused event for 2012 in every industry for professionals in roles ranging from:
IT VP/Director/Manager, Service Architect, Systems Administrator, Storage Manager, Data Center Manager, to Business Transformation Managers, and
Network Managers, Network Operations Center (NOC) Managers, Operational Support Systems Personnel, Desktop and Mobile Systems, to Endpoint/Desktop Managers and
Chief Information Officers, Security Officers, Director / Manager of Security Operations, Security Analyst, to Security Administrators.
Cloud keynotes and breakout sessions at Pulse will reveal that Cloud is significantly downsizing the barriers to new technology applications, making them as equally available to small businesses and individuals as governments and large enterprises.
From the end user perspective, nobody knows how Cloud does this.
And that is the point.
Cloud provides the end user a simple and elegant interface to a vast IT infrastructure. Understanding its complexity is not required in order to realize its financial benefits. Possibly the most impacting benefit of cloud applications is enabling organizations to expand investment in delivering new services instead of just maintaining the existing infrastructure.
As physical and digital
assets converge, the planet is getting smarter. Cities are more instrumented,
interconnected and intelligent, using sensors to monitor, manage and increase
efficiency of traffic and energy systems, conserving water and power, and
creating renewable energy resources.
Some of these
implementations are already a present day reality, while others are on track to
make impact within 5 years:
At Pulse 2010, over 300 IBM
clients representing every industry will show you how they are adapting these agents of change head on with the help of integrated service management from
Here are a few sessions on
these topics.Sign up for any of these sessions today (requires only an IBM.com password - you do NOT have to be a Pulse registered attendee to create a Pulse schedule online)!
& Transportation sessions
Multilingual Global Implementation and Deployment - Bombardier Transportation
Visualization of Assets in
Maximo Provides Smarter Asset and Work Management at Amtrak
Asset Management "Keys
to Success" at McCarran Airport
INTTRA Supports Its Global
Supply Chain with a World-Class IT Infrastructure from IBM
Smarter Port and Marine
Terminal Asset Management at Maher Terminals
How Maximo Improves Uptime
and Reliability of Rolling Stock at NedTrain
How Maximo/ACM is Used to
Successfully Address the Challenges of Complex Configuration Management
Requirements and Regulations for a Commercial Airline - Delta Airlines
SNCF National French
Railway: Our experience on ITM, Netcool and TBSM deployment
A Multi-Sector Municipal
Maximo Implementation: Water, Wastewater, Streets, Fleet, Facilities and More -
City of Henderson
Smarter Management of
Wastewater Assets at San Francisco Public Utilities
An integrated approach to
server deployment- CenterPoint Energy
Enterprise Software in the
New Smart Grid
Smarter Meter Management
with Maximo at Baltimore Gas & Electric
Maximo: It's Not Just For
Maintenance - Lower Colorado River Authority
A Multi-Sector Municipal
Maximo Implementation: Water, Wastewater, Streets, Fleet, Facilities and More
Maximo Utilites Birds of a
Innovative Asset Location
Hierarchy At Lakeland Electric
Is Your Utility
Infrastructure Smart Grid Ready?
MRO Inventory Optimization:
Not Just Less Inventory, But the Right Inventory- NRG Energy
Smarter Water Project at the
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority
That is how many thousands will flock to Pulse in
Las Vegas Feb 8-12, 2009
It equals the sum of its proper divisors 1, 2 and 3.
That is how many ways you can save on Pulse
None of the above
All of the above
If you answered
"2. It equals the sum
of its proper divisors 1,
2 and 3.",
you are incorrect because some answers are more correct than others. And since
this is the Pulse blog and not the Math blog, the most correct answer is is
"5. all of the above"!
But anyway, the
real value of a multiple choice is when it saves you money, right? And who
couldn't use it these days? This blog entry reveals the multiple options you
can choose from to save big on Pulse registration. Take your pick from the
savings options here and register for Pulse 2009 today at
Pulse 2009 has set aside a limited number of guest passes for
Pulse 2009. Contact your IBM rep to find out if you qualify for a guest pass to
on the Early-Early Bird Rate
The Early-Early bird rate has been extended for 2 more weeks so
you can take advantage of the $1495 rate. Use the PULSE09EEBX code when
registering, but hurry – it expires November 10, 2008.
Government employees can attend Pulse at the discounted rate of
$1395. There is no code - simply indicate that you are a government employee on
the registration page. All government employees will be asked to present their
government issued id at check in.This
discount cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions.
Pulse 2008 Alumni
Did your attend Pulse 2008? If the answer is yes, then you are
eligible for an alumni discounted rate of $1595.Simply use PULSE09ALUM as the promo code on the
registration page.This discount cannot
be combined with any other discounts or promotions.
Five or more clients from the same
organization can receive $100 off the current registration price. To obtain a
special code for this discount, call (888) 987-6545 or (781) 251-7864, 9-5 p.m.
EST, Monday-Friday. The discount must be arranged prior to registration and is
taken at the time of registration.