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IT OpShare 2018 at Harvard Law School is an opportunity for DevOps and IT decision makers to come together and share expertise, experiences and real-world challenges when managing IT operations in SMB, enterprise, .gov and .edu organizations.

Date: March 15, 2018 1:30pm-5:30pm
Location: Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA
Admission: Free

 

Delegate space is limited so reserve your place today.


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Sherif Hashem
Associate Director, Enterprise Infrastructure
Harvard Law School
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Bill Bauman
Principal Product Strategist
Opsview
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Joshua Stenhouse
PowerShell & Automation Blogger
Rubrik
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Beau Christensen
Director of Platform Engineering
VictorOps
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Thomas Wollan
Chad Lavoie
Senior Systems Engineer
HAProxy
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Thomas Wollan
NOC Manager
TeleComputing
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Rafael Gonzalez
Sales Engineer
Mesosphere
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This event is not owned, controlled, supervised or sponsored by Harvard University or any of its schools or programs.



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Opsview is passionately focused on IT monitoring that enables DevOps teams to deliver smarter business services, faster. We help them be successful by providing unified, actionable insights into modern IT; including hardware, OSs, and applications, on-premises and in any cloud. Our vision is to harness the potential of the team to create the future for IT Operations. We are trusted by global enterprises, government organizations and leading service providers including Cisco, Sony, Microsoft, Allianz, IBM, BT, PayPal, MIT, Yale, Cornell, University of Chicago, LSE, Comcast and Telefonica. For more information, visit www.opsview.com and follow us on Twitter @Opsview.

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VictorOps is the real-time incident management platform focusing on incident lifecycle management and collaboration for IT and DevOps teams. The solution combines the power of people and data to solve IT problems in real-time. The VictorOps platform seamlessly orchestrates team situational awareness, incident creation, escalation, notification, and remediation with team members regardless of physical location or time of day. Privately held, VictorOps is backed by Costanoa Ventures, Shea Ventures and Foundry Group. For more information, visit www.victorops.com and follow the company on Twitter @VictorOps.

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HAProxy Technologies is headquartered in Waltham, MA, with offices in France and Croatia. The company’s solutions empower enterprises with the flexibility and confidence to deliver websites and applications with high availability, performance and security at any scale and in any environment. High-profile websites including Booking.com, GitHub, Reddit, StackOverflow, Tumblr, Vimeo and Yelp choose HAProxy for its reliable performance, advanced security and extensible features. Trusted by leading cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services and serving as the reference load balancer in OpenStack, HAProxy sets the standard for superior application delivery. Please visit www.haproxy.com.

 



Event Location:
  • 1585 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138

Transportation:
  • Air: Logan International Airport (BOS) is located 9 miles from the event 
  • Train: The closest Amtrak stations are in Boston - Back Bay, North Station and South Station
  • MBTA: Take the red line to Harvard station
  • Car: Metered parking is available on Massachusetts Ave. Parking in the Everett Street Garage can be pre-paid online through Harvard Parking Services. There are other parking garages a bit further away at Harvard Square Parking Garage and Propark at the Charles Square Garage

Hotel Accommodations:
Time Speaker Topic
1:30pm - 1:35pm
Tom Callway, VP Marketing  
Opsview
Welcoming Remarks
1:35pm - 1:50pm
Sherif Hashem, Associate Director, 
Enterprise Infrastructure 
Harvard Law School
Five Seismic Shifts 
1:50pm - 2:05pm
Rafael Gonzalez, Sales Engineer
Mesosphere
Best Practices for Datacenter Automation
2:05pm - 2:20pm Beau Christensen, Director of Platform Engineering at VictorOps Going Multi-Master: Making Practical Decisions when Building Distributed Systems
2:20pm - 2:35pm
Thomas Wollan, NOC Manager
TeleComputing
Monitoring as a Value Added Service
2:35pm - 3:05pm - Break -
3:05pm - 3:20pm
Chad Lavoie, Senior Systems Engineer
HAProxy
ADC's in a Service Mesh
3:20pm - 3:35pm
Joshua Stenhouse,
PowerShell & Automation Blogger
Rubrik
How to Run Infrastructure as Code & Why you Should Care
3:35pm - 3:50pm
Bill Bauman, Principal Product Strategist Opsview
Automation is Not Automatic
3:50pm - 4pm
Michael Walton, CEO
Opsview
Closing Remarks
4pm - 5:30pm - Happy Hour -