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Subject: [wg-util] FW: Enterprise Management World - Call for Presentations

I'm cross posting from the DMTF Utility WG,
FYI for the WSDM-ites...
Thought it looked relevant to most of our businesses

Heather Kreger
STSM, Web Services Lead Architect for SWG Emerging Technologies
Author of "Java and JMX: Building Manageable Systems"
919-543-3211 (t/l 441) cell:919-496-9572
---------------------- Forwarded by Heather Kreger/Raleigh/IBM on 05/03/2004 09:51 AM ---------------------------

To: "'wg-util@dmtf.org'" <wg-util@dmtf.org>
Subject: [wg-util] FW: Enterprise Management World - Call for Presentations

Team UC;

Please forward as needed in your companies.

See below a call for presentations for a new conference called Enterprise
Management World. EMW is created/co-sponsored by the DMTF and Computerworld
and is the first conference to assemble the products/technology that
encompass Utility Computing.  Built on the business model that produced the
successful Storage Networking World conference, EMW offers our group an
opportunity to capture thought leadership in this nascent industry segment.
A portion of the profits from EMW will be used to fuel standards programs at


-----Original Message-----
Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2004 4:43 PM
To: Roger Reich
Subject: Enterprise Management World - Call for Presentations

Dear IT Leader,

Please consider proposing a speaker or presentation for the upcoming
Management World conference, September 12-15, 2004 at the Marriott
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Co-owned by Computerworld and the
Management Task Force (DMTF), EMW is the only IT management conference
on the rapid growth in user implementation of distributed management
technologies for the data center and the communications infrastructure.
Submissions can be made at
later than 6:00pm Eastern time Friday, May 28, 2004 in the following content

Managing the Distributed Enterprise
Management Frameworks, Operating System and Server Management, Automation
Provisioning, Utility Computing, Asset Management & Resource Optimization,
Monitoring and Control Tools, Quality of Service and Service Level

Network and Communications Management
Network Operating Systems, Local Area Networks, Wide Area Networks,
Area Networks, Storage Area Networks, Voice Over IP, Carriers, Service
Providers, Wireless, Firewalls and Security, Convergence of
Protocol Standards, High Availability and Resiliency, Bandwidth and Service
Level Agreements

Networked Server and Storage Management
Server Consolidation, Storage Area Networks, Network Attached Storage,
Addressed Storage, Deployment, Data Migration and Management, Scalability,
Interoperability, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuance, Information
Lifecycle Management, BladeServers

Enterprise Security Management
Identity Management, Directory Services, Authentication, Federation,
and Policy Deployment, Standards

Compliance and Regulatory IT
Public/Private Partnerships, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Health Insurance
and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Securities & Exchange Commission, Standards,
Strategies, Risk Management

Data Center and Infrastructure Considerations
Operating System Platforms, Grid Computing, Bandwidth Requirements,
Business Continuity, Business-Side Expectations and Requirements,

Systems Integration and Interoperability
Management Model, Web Service Protocols and Services Oriented Architecture,
Software Developer Tools and Standards for Integration of Enterprise
Applications, Databases, and Management Infrastructure

Return on Investment (ROI) and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Key Issues, Procurement Tips, Service Level Agreements, Case Studies with
Demonstrated and Measurable Results

CTO & CIO Insights
Implementation Tips, Roadmaps for Success, Product Features Users Need to
to Make Decisions

Managing Deployment of Emerging Technologies and Standards
Procurement/Actual Products, Project Management, Implementation, Education,
Management Policies, Long-Term Management and ROI Expectations

While not required for submission, representatives of IT end-user companies
the most preferred as presenters. (If you represent an IT vendor
we recommend you ask and/or facilitate securing an IT end-user customer to
present. If you represent an IT vendor organization and you prefer to submit
executive speaker from your company -- rather than an IT end-user
customer/executive -- we strongly recommend you propose your senior-most
executive -- CEO or COO -- as those titles are the most likely vendor
to be considered.)

Thank you in advance for your consideration and speaker/presentation

500 Old Connecticut Path
Framingham, MA 01701

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