Reduce Operational Costs with the IBM MQ Appliance
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Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at 10:00am EST (GMT-5)
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At most organizations, growing workloads and increasingly complex distributed environments add to the challenge of maintaining reliability and performance levels and lead to increased administrative overhead. Yet, with this growth organizations still have a mandate to reduce costs.
Is there a way of reducing costs in your existing or expanding enterprise messaging environment without compromising reliability and performance? Join us for this free webinar presented by Naomi Scott, Offering Manager at IBM and Peter D’Agosta of Avada Software. Naomi will contrast the possible cost savings and other benefits of an alternative deployment option to traditional messaging software (and no, it’s not containers!). And, Peter will provide a demonstration on how to stay ahead of performance and reliability issues across your entire distributed enterprise messaging environment.
Join us and discover:
- Where this alternative deployment option can produce cost savings for you
- How to save costs in your existing enterprise messaging infrastructure and workload
- How to save costs as you scale
- Critical KPIs you may not be aware of
- Best Practices for monitoring and managing your entire distributed Enterprise Messaging environment
About The Speakers:
Product Manager at IBM
Naomi sets the direction for the MQ Appliance, which is part of IBM’s widely-adopted MQ portfolio. Over her 9 years at IBM she has worked in Integration, with most of that time focusing on Messaging. She collaborates with a range of multi-disciplinary teams and customers to deliver value for IBM clients around the world.
Cofounder/COO and Product Manager at Avada Software
Peter D’Agosta has been in IT for 35 years. His background includes application and systems programming, enterprise architecture, consulting, management, analysis, strategic 24/7 systems including airline, banking, and internet, as well as technology innovation. Peter oversaw infrastructures for airlines, branch banking, and online service companies before moving into the software vendor arena where he worked with new innovations in email, messaging, portal and web service technology. Interspersed with engagements for some of the world’s largest companies, Peter’s varied background provides him a unique perspective in applied technology.