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The Future of IT Release Operations

Cloud! Virtualization! Continuous Deployment! Agile!

Everywhere you turn, these buzz words jump out. They talk about revolutionizing the IT landscape, changing the way we work, and bringing release operations in to the 21st century. But what does it all really mean? Where are we actually headed?

In this much anticipated upcoming webinar, 451 Research Senior Anayst Jay Lyman and IT expert Dr. Jacob Ukelson will discuss why an application centric view is necessary to achieve excellence in release operations.

After the webinar, you will understand how application centricity:

  • Translates into shorter application release cycles
  • Focuses on incremental releases and
  • A tighter sense-response loop

Join this exciting event as Mr. Lyman and Dr. Ukelson explain the critical role that virtualization and cloud technologies play in establishing application centricity. Learn how they enable fast and simple basic provisioning of infrastructure environments, providing the capability to quickly create environments for basic application development and testing.

On July 26th, be a part of the discussion on the Future of IT Release Operations!

At the webinars conclusion, all participants will be given the opportunity to talk directly with Mr. Lyman Dr. Ukelson during a dedicated ‘Question & Answer’ session.

All webinar attendees will receive a free copy of Dr. Ukelson’s white paper: ‘How the Cloud will Change Application Release Operations’

Join us on Thursday, July 26th at 11am EST for this exciting event. Register today and sign on for your free whitepaper - http://go.noliosoft.com/release-ops-reg.html

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October 17, 2012 Webinar – Application Rationalization: Reduce cost, duration and risk for Windows 7/8 migration

Please join us for the first webinar in our two part series: Application Rationalization for Windows 7/8 and Beyond. In this 45-minute webcast hosted by Futurestate IT, you will learn how to rationalize an application portfolio in order to reduce the cost, duration and risk of a migration project.

Application rationalization is a critical first step in a migration plan. By eliminating, consolidating or modernizing applications, organizations can trim the scope of applications that need to be migrated to the new platform.

In this webinar, we will review:

  • Key criteria for rationalizing a portfolio for migration
  • Findings from our recent survey of IT professionals regarding strategy, best practices and challenges for conducting rationalization as part of a migration plan
  • Potential migration cost savings that can be realized by performing application rationalization
  • Benefits of leveraging AppRx for automated rationalization analysis

For more information visit www.futurestateit.com 

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OS Agnostic Systems Management: Clarity, Compliance and Security for Windows 7& 8, Linux, Macs and More

New devices and OS releases seem to hit the market daily, and IT organizations are charged with incorporating their needed functionality while still ensuring that these endpoints remain identified, secured and well-managed.

Get a grip on your heterogeneous IT environment with a central point of control.

Join the live event to learn how to:

• Manage upcoming Windows 8 (x86), Mac OSX Mountain Lion, Red Hat 6, Ubuntu and SuSE Linux systems, in addition to existing Windows, Mac OSX and Red Hat systems

• Improve visibility of all desktops, laptops and servers on the network

• Utilize a new inventory API to track even non-supported systems

• Lay the foundation for a robust regulatory compliance implementation

• Increase support for the growing BYOD phenomenon

• Improve service desk ticket management and reporting

Register for a live event on Thursday, September 27 at 10 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. CT, to learn more.


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Application Packaging: From Out of Control to Under Control – A Live Web Event

Application Packaging: From Out of Control to Under Control

A Live Web Event 

Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. PT, 1:00 p.m. ET


According to Forrester, 62% of firms take between 6 and 18 months to test and remediate apps for Windows 7. And, in our real world testing, Dell found that up to 2/3 of Windows XP applications require some form of remediation to work with Windows 7. This also means that you’re spending a lot of your time on application packaging, and you may not finish your Windows 7 migration before your service contract runs out.

Join Bob Kelly, founder of AppDeploy and ITNinja, for an hour long technical deep dive in application packaging. Walk away with real world knowledge to help you be successful, including: 

  • How to determine your options for any given application
  • A live packaging demo using the free AppDeploy Repackager tool
  • Available application packaging and virtualization tools
  • New application deployment needs coming in Windows 8
  • Among the most challenging aspects of repackaging is to develop an understanding of what files and registry entries should and should not be included. In Bob’s live demonstration he’ll show you how he makes these critical choices.

Application packaging isn’t just a small, one-time process, it’s the back bone of your Windows 7 migration. Make sure to get it right where it counts. This presentaiton was held on October 25th at 10 a.m. PT, 1 p.m. ET but you can obtain a recording as well as the PowerPoint presentation here

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What DevOps Looks Like in the Enterprise

DevOps is a growing trend in the enterprise as an operational response to application centricity. Organizations today rely more than ever on their applications, as do their customers. As infrastructure becomes more virtualized, development more agile and business more dependent on applications – IT Operations is being called upon to provide a faster release cycle for applications.

Tools such as Puppet and Chef provide part of the answer – but they lack the enterprise application and release centric view needed for enterprise release operations.

In this exciting event, you will learn about:

  • The challenges of deploying applications in Open Source tools such as Puppet and Chef
  • The need for a release centric view in enterprise release operations
  • Leveraging Nolio’s Application Release Operations Suite with Puppet to achieve enterprise DevOps nirvana

Join Dr. Jacob Ukelson, Nolio’s VP of Product Strategy, as he demonstrates Nolio’s integration with Puppet and how this meets the needs of Dev, Ops and the business.

Following the presentation, all participants will be given the opportunity to talk directly with Dr. Ukelson in a dedicated Question and Answer Session.

Click here to register and learn more about this exciting event - http://go.noliosoft.com/enterprise-devops.html

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