Avada will be traveling back to Las Vegas, NV this spring for the IBM InterConnect(formally IBM IMPACT) conference, taking place March 19-23 at the MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay hotels.

InterConnect gathers more than 20,000 attendees to explore industry trends for ‘transforming your business model into insight-driven, customer-centric, cognitive enterprise on cloud.’ We are happy to take part in this event for the third consecutive year, and are excited to announce Peter D’Agosta will have a speaking session at the conference.

Weds, March 22. 2:00-2:45pmPST Mandalay Bay South, Level 2 – Breakers C
Title: Managing Modern Middleware in a Hybrid Cloud Environment. It isn’t your father’s middleware anymore.
Program: Hybrid, Session Number: HHI-2320.
Topic: Hybrid Cloud Integration
Session Type: Breakout Session – The middleware layer of technology has grown dramatically and become more complex even before the advent of cloud. To bridge different operating systems from a formerly client/server model, the stack now includes messaging plus application servers, integration buses, transformation layers, perimeter appliances and microservices. Besides the daunting task of getting them all to run in harmony, you need to keep them all current. Now you can take some of the management of these environments off your hands via hybrid cloud offerings. But how much of that can you move to a public or private cloud? How do you choose? How do you manage and secure it? How do you see all the moving parts, support them, and triage issues?

We also look forward to sharing our latest product release information and showing attendees the ease of IBM MQ and middleware management-visit our ALLOY edition page.

CLICK HERE to register for the event. Early bird pricing is valid until January 6, 2017.

As the conference nears we will have more information on our agenda. We always welcome those who want to set up a private meeting onsite as early as possible-slots book quickly! Contact us for further information or to reserve a private meeting onsite.