Webinar

Increase IT Efficiency and Reduce Costs through Effective JBoss Management

When:

Recorded Thursday, May 12, 2011

This webinar is one of ten in the Get Unstuck with JBoss Managed Solutions Webinar Series.

JBoss Operations Network helps IT organizations effectively manage their JBoss Enterprise Middleware environments, including applications and underlying infrastructure. In a recent independent study, IDC found that customers using JBoss Operations Network yielded an average 634% ROI more than six times their initial investment and more than doubled the number of JBoss servers managed per administrator. These gains were the result of improved IT efficiency, reduced downtime and increased productivity. In this webinar you will learn more about this study and about how JBoss Operations Network can help your organization increase IT efficiency and reduce costs through effective JBoss management.

Speakers:

Joe Fernandes, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Joe Fernandes is a senior product marketing manager in Red Hat's Cloud business unit, responsible for JBoss Operations Network. Prior to joining Red Hat, Joe was the director of product management for Application Quality Management solutions at Oracle and was previously the director of product management and marketing for Empirix's Web business unit, prior to its acquisition by Oracle. Joe has spent the past 12 years helping customers deploy, test and manage enterprise applications.

Alan Santos - Senior Product Manager, Red Hat
Alan Santos is a product manager for the JBoss division of Red Hat, responsible for middleware operations, administration and management. Alan has 15 years of experience using, building and promoting enterprise software. Prior to joining Red Hat, Alan was a senior product manager at Progress Software responsible for the DataXtend product line.

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