NonStop Technology Summit 2017

Experience a thought-provoking day with an agenda packed full of information that will be of vital interest to managers of mission critical applications, and the NonStop user community.

Agenda

7:30AM

Registration

8:00AM

Breakfast

8:30AM

 

Welcome address - HPE Strategy
Raj Thakur, General Manager Data Centre & Hybrid Cloud Group

8:45AM

 

Presentation 2 - Genesis Keynote - A new generation compute experience
Requested Neil Macdonald (VPHPE Synergy)

9:25AM

 


Presentation 3 - Intel Session : Re-architecting the datacentre: the Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family
TBA

9:40AM

 


Presentation 4 - VMware Session : VMware & HPE helping customers on the digital transformation journey.
Matt Berry

10:10AM

Morning Tea

10:20AM


Welcome from HPE and OZTUG Chair
George Paulides and Andrew Price

10:25AM


NonStop Regional Business Update / Global Update
Jeff Kyle, Vice President Mission Critical Systems

10:55AM




NonStop Regional Business Update
Suresh Menon, Regional Business Manager, HPE MCS Soltuions

11:25AM


Secure Data and Atalla Products
Tali Friedman, MicroFocus

11:45AM


Enhanced NonStop Security
Feng Lin, Xypro Technology

12:05PM


NonStop Application Development Interface (NSADI)
Mike Rice, HPE Mission Critical DCIG

12:35PM

Lunch

1:35PM


Virtual NonStop
Lars Plum, HPE NonStop Development

2:20PM


Prognosis V11
Jamie Pearson, Integrated Research

2:45PM


DRNet - multi system data synchronisation
Jim McFadden - Network Technologies Inc.

3:05PM

Afternoon Tea

3:20PM


BlockChain and Distributed Ledger Technologies
David Gillbanks– Solution Architect HPE

3:50PM



NonStop SQL/MX Database compatibility
Suresh Menon, Regional Business Manager, HPE MCS Soltuions

4:20PM


New Generation Payment Systems
Brendan Mcentee, FSS Technologies

4:40PM


TBD
David Gillbanks – Solution Architect HPE

5:00PM


OZTUG AGM, including ITUG / CONNECT Update & Wrap Up

5:15PM

Summit Close

5:20PM

Networking Drinks


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Thursday August 24 2017
Sydney
Doltone House, Hyde Park
Level 3, 181 Elizabeth Street Sydney NSW 2000

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