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We round off our HP Software Forums - Insight 2014 with the last event taking place in Sydney. Yet again, it was a successful day filled with information and a great chance to network with new and existing customers, and our partners. Thank you all for coming.
Norm Follett, Director of HP Software's Demonstration Solutions Group, opened our plenary with an engaging and entertaining presence. Norm is an 18 year HP veteran, having served in a variety of roles; R&D architect, lab manager, and director of products for HP Software’s operational management tools. We just wanted to take the opportunity to thank Norm from visiting us here down under and lending us his invaluable expertise.
Dr. Suresh Hungenahally, Chief Information Security Officer from the Department of State Development, Business and Innovation discussed some of the key objectives of their department and the ways in which they have used HP Software to achieve the desired results. You can view his presentation here.
Paul Griffiths from Hostworks shared some insight with us about how Hostworks employed the HP Automation toolset to deliver critical application management services to their customers. He has 15 years’ experience under his belt in the IT industry and happily shared that with us at the forum. See Paul’s presentation here.
Pat Connolly and Srinivas Gutta from the Department of Education in NSW spoke about how to harness the power of HP’s flagship Test suite in a customer built mobile platform. His insights focused around a combination that delivers fully automated scripts that are be managed, executed and maintained at a cost comparable to manual testing for the first run but with large savings for all subsequent runs.
For those of you who attended, I am sure you will join us in our thanks to Norm and these customer presenters without whom we would not have experienced the success and learning that we did. So thank you for taking the time to present!
The Software Forums - Insight 2014 took place in Canberra yesterday. It was another great day with lots of learning to be had.
Guy has creatively constructed what took place in one mind map. Take some time to scan this image and see what happened at the forum, what the key messages are and simply be entertained. It’s a wee-little masterpiece with a great deal of value.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Or you can take a look at some of the other resources we've made available - much like this one - right here on the forum.
We are two forums down and one to go. So if you have registered to attend our Sydney event - don't forget and we will see you there.
A select few presentations are available for you to access right here. If you miss out, fear not. And if you think a refresher will be much needed, you're in the right place.
Check our attachments below to view some presentations for our IT Operations Management track for:
Our HP Pre Sales Technical Consultants – Steve Hewett and David Alexander – presented at the HP Software Forums – Insight 2014 on how to leverage current investments and maximising the operational potential of data that is already available throughout your environment.
If you found this exceptionally valuable, or want to know more we have our whitepaper: Insight,
all right that looks at the new style of IT management and exactly how you can make better IT decisions with IT Operation Analytics and learn how to turn data into insights.
“As IT environments evolved, they increased in size and showed a small increase in the dynamic nature. After the dot-com era, web applications were the predominate style. IT techniques could still rely on predetermination and limited datasets for well-known problems. IT got smarter by adding techniques such as event stream processing, topology-based event correlation, dynamic baselining, and anomaly detection. This was the initial use of analytics on a preselected quality dataset for well-known problems.”
Read more. Download the whitepaper here.
Antoine Aymer, HP Worldwide Mobility Solutions Manager, will be speaking at Insight 2014. A teaser of what he will be discussing is below.
The speed of mobile is breathtakingly fast. New devices emerge on a weekly basis, and the operating systems continue to rapidly evolve. Mobiles also provide a richer engagement language that extends the challenges the typical QA team and digital agencies face.
Emulator versus real mobile? Automation versus manual? Agile versus Waterfall? Unavailable services, what devices to test on…? Join HP Product Manager who will explore the directions and guide you to successfully test mobile apps, and deliver a 5 star user experience.
To hear more from Antoine, register for Insight 2014 - HP Software Forums - here: www.hp.com/au/forum
"We have a financial services customer in Australia who has implemented a PPM over the last 4-5 years. They can now prove they have lowered the risk their organisation has, as they can now put their more experienced project managers on their more difficult projects."
To hear more from Chris Wenban, Director BPM Vision, view the video here.
"Service virtualisation is a potential game changer in the pre-deployment space, being able to provide environments when they are required can save an awful lot of time for a project."
To hear more from John Bearsley, Managing Director JDS Australia, view the video here.
The Department of Education in Western Australia needed a comprehensive service management solution to support it in addressing approximately 1,000 calls a day in peak periods from over 35,000 staff.
Since 2005, the Department had been utilising HP OpenView Service Desk 4.5 to underpin the business processes that helped it deliver the required service to its staff - but with the product reaching end of life, a requirement arose for a new toolset that would meet and improve on the Department's service delivery standards.
Read the attached case study to find out more about the successful and powerful upgrade that the Department undertook with Kinetic IT - a HP technology partner - in order to modernise and grow with HP Service Manager 9.3.
If you missed the HP User Forum or would like to learn more about the HP Cloud Service Automation
Join like minded people to hear how HP Service Anywhere will help you simplify your IT Service Desk.
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If you attended the presentations at the HP User Forums this week your feedback is welcome.
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Just in case you missed the HP User Forum I have posted the presentations for you to review.
Again thanks for making the event a success.
Thanks to everyone who attended the Melbourne HP User Forum yesturday. Everyone’s active participation and contributions during the break out sessions made the event a huge success.
Watch this space for more posts and post event information.
Hi all, with this week just about done I am getting really excited about next weeks HP User Forums. A lot of hard work has gone into ensuring that this event will be a huge success, and I am confident that it will be.
I will be attending at both venues and am looking forward to meeting you.
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You can begin automating your data center operations by implementing IT process automation. Getting started is easy. Through a focused approach in a few key areas, an experienced IT organization can quickly achieve a return on investment and reduce IT complexity, and support costs.
Hi, I was thinking today about IT Operations Automation and how a ROI is calculated. I have some views on this but would love to hear how your or your organization have go about this.
I will be presenting in the upcoming events in Melbourne and Sydney next month. I very much look forward to meeting with all of you and sharing insights on Service Management and particularly on Service Anywhere.
As one of your ITSM product managers, my job is also to get your perspective on important topics related to Service Management. I will be meeting with many of you and will very much appreciate your perspectives on the myriad of topics related to service delivery.
One topic that is particularly relevant today is the importance of ITIL. One of my very clever colleagues has posted a discussion forum on the HP ITSM group on Linkedin asking the question: ” Does ITIL still matter?” We would love to have your perspective. I encourage you to take a look at the discussion and get your voice into the conversation. Check it out at here. I also encourage you to let me know your thoughts when we meet face to face.
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Cell: 858 774-2270
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What processes are considered first when automating the tasks performed in the operations center.
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Q. In your opinion what would be the top 3 candidates, tasks or process to be automated first?
HP Software Forum March 19 & 21, 2013 | Melbourne & Sydney, Australia
Our “Operations” track is for customers of our IT & Cloud management solutions such as Business Service Management (BSM), IT Service Management and Automation software. Here you will learn about the latest developments in our software, including new SaaS offerings, and automation solutions for DevOps and Cloud provisioning, and more of what’s coming on the roadmap.
2.30pm Welcome Presenter: John Garratt, Technical Consultant, HP Software
2.40pm - 3.10pm Customer Presentation: IAG Excellence through Automation – Our journey
Presenter: George Cassar, Senior Automation Specialist
In the operational space repeatable tasks are the norm, and typically required to ensure systems are running as efficiently as possible. Whether it’s a health check, software update, provisioning of a service or response to an event, some form of human interaction is necessary. Come and discover how Insurance Australia Group (IAG) have taken the mundane out of their BAU operations, lifted operational maturity, avoided significant cost uplifts and enabled their staff to focus on more significant and satisfying tasks.
3.10pm - 3.25pm Coffee break 3.25pm - 3.30pm
Presenter: John Garratt, Reflections and Introductions
3.30pm - 4.20pm Service Anywhere
Presenter: Javier Castano, HP ITSM Solution Architect, HP Software
The IT service desk is supposed to make life simpler for employees, customers, and IT staff who need information. But all too often, the service desk ends up adding complexity, confusion, constraint, and cost to an already overburdened IT organisation. This session addresses HP’s simpler solution: HP Service Anywhere. This new IT service desk from HP is easy to use, configure, upgrade, and integrate. It is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, so it’s up and running 24x7x365, with 99.9% availability and it scales easily.
4.20pm - 4.25pm Introductions
Presenter: John Garratt, Reflections and Introductions
4.25pm - 5.15pm Automate your way to the cloud
Presenter: John Kilkenny, Software Presales Consultant
As IT continues to do more with less, many are turning to cloud based solutions. Automation is a key pre-requisite to cloud, and automating operations today can lead to a smooth transition. Where to begin? In this session, we’ll discuss, automating IT tasks, then IT processes, and eventually service delivery across your physical and virtualised infrastructure.
5.15pm - 5.25pm Track Summary
Presenter: John Garratt, Technical Consultant, HP Software
5.30pm Track concludes