Terma Software is Presenting at ASAP University for the Third Consecutive Year

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Terma Software is thrilled to be returning to ASAP University 2019 next week as a sponsor and subject matter expert. This is Terma’s third year presenting on analytics for Workload Automation at ASAP’s annual conference for the IBM Workload Scheduler (IWS) community. This year, the five day user-driven training and education event will take place in Dallas, Texas, from May 5th through May 9th.

On Tuesday, May 7th, Terma Software CEO Shane Hade and Stan Gildea from State Street Corporation will be leading two sessions (B403 and B803) titled “Leveraging AI/ML Predictive Analytics for Managing Complex IWSz Environments.” During these sessions, Hade and Gildea will detail the specific ways Terma Software’s analytics-driven platform empowered State Street Corporation to achieve greater reliability and efficiency from its combined IWS and AutoSys environment.

Also on Tuesday, May 7th, Hade will be featured as a lunch speaker for an informal discussion about Terma Software and its customers. He will be sharing “Stories from the Front Line” of complex workload management and providing several examples of customers who have benefited from Terma’s approach to managing mission critical workloads. “The powerful optimization capabilities of TermaANALYTICS have helped enterprises of all sizes reduce costs and increase workload visibility,” says Hade. “We’re excited to share these stories and hopefully inspire other companies to see how analytics could play a role in achieving their goals.”

On Wednesday, May 8th, Hade will be joined by Terma Software CTO Jennifer Chisik to present a session (C603) titled “Addressing Workload DevOps Challenges Leveraging Advanced AI/ML Analytics.” This session will focus on how organizations can achieve higher quality change management along with better aligned test and production environments using TermaUNIFY and Terma’s Simulation & Modeling solution for Workload Automation.


SOURCE Terma Software