HP-UX Boot Camp | HPE Executive Keynotes and Breakout Sessions Added

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HP HP-UX Boot Camp | HPE Executive Keynotes and Breakout Sessions Added

Several breakout sessions have been approved for Boot Camp! The Call for Papers is open until March 15th, and the final schedule will be released in April 2016. Check the official HP-UX Boot Camp website frequently as sessions are announced.

HPE EXECUTIVE KEYNOTES

DAY 1 : Integrity & HP-UX for Mission-critical environments
Jeff Kyle, Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Director, HPE MCS Product Management

DAY 2 : Engineering HP-UX for Mission-critical environments
Ranga Nadiger, Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Director, MCS HP-UX Engineering

NEW BREAKOUT SESSIONS

ROUNDTABLE : HP-UX System Administration Round Table
Patrick Wallek and Bill Hassell, Service IT Direct

BREAKOUT SESSION : Infrastructure: Virtualization for Mission-critical environments
Santosh Abraham, Hewlett Packard Enterprise - HP-UX Architect

BREAKOUT SESSION : Manageability: Simplifying Management
Leo Demers, Hewlett Packard Enterprise - HP-UX Planner Architect

CDA BREAKOUT SESSION : HP-UX / Integrity Roadmap (*CDA Required)
Leo Demers, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HP-UX Planner Architect
Ranga Nadiger, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Director, HPE MCS HP-UX Engineering

BREAKOUT SESSION : Manageability: Boosting performance with Integrity systems and HP-UX
Santosh Abraham and Ravindra Kini, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

BREAKOUT SESSION : Disaster-proofing your mission critical workloads (e.g. Oracle, SAP) with HPE Serviceguard
G M Bhaskar, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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