SBOUC 2012 Pre-Show

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Our favorite time of year is right around the corner.  We have the new Developer Wars, swag, a booth (102), and an all new tweetup at SBOUC 2012.  On top of all of that, we have some great presentation topics rolling out that you won’t want to miss.

 

Greg Myers
Session Code*: 1016
Title*: Getting Friendly with the Remote Support Component
Day and Time: September 12, 2012, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Content Area: Security/Administration/Platform/Infrastructure (BI Platform, BusinessObjects Enterprise, Virtualization/Lifecycle Mgmt.)
Gaining visibility into the inner-workings of your SAP BusinessObjects environment can be challenging even for the skilled system administrators. Invariably, the conversation comes down to the “Root Cause”. SAP has a way to help, and it comes to you without additional cost with your Enterprise Support, and it is called the Remote Support Component. RSC is a powerful and insightful monitoring solution that can help you find the root cause, and provide detailed insight into your SAP BusinessObjects system operations. SAP’s Toby Johnston and SAP Mentor Greg Myers give you a tour of RSC and how it can benefit your organization.

 

Session Code*: 0502
Title*: Awash in the Watchlist. You want me to Monitor what?
Day and Time: September 10, 2012, 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM
Content Area: Security/Administration/Platform/Infrastructure (BI Platform, BusinessObjects Enterprise, Virtualization/Lifecycle Mgmt.)
The BI4 Monitoring Engine received a major overhaul in Featureda Pack 3. Take a tour of the Monitoring Dashboard, see what has changed and improved from the base release. 
Learn the difference between Metrics, Watches, and Probes, and when and how to use each to develop your own, meaningful Enterprise Monitoring solution.
Eric Vallo
Session Code*: 0513
Title*: What Happens When SAP BusinessObjects Gets “Too Big”
Day and Time: September 12, 2012, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Content Area: Security/Administration/Platform/Infrastructure (BI Platform, BusinessObjects Enterprise, Virtualization/Lifecycle Mgmt.)
Enterprises with 20,000-plus users, at some point, need to wonder when they will exceed capacity. Allstate in Northbrook, IL reached this point and needed to take action. Learn how Allstate leveraged administrative techniques and third-party technologies to implement more effective application controls for optimizing utilization and investment in SAP BusinessObjects.
Special! Diversified Semantic Layer Panel with Jamie Oswald, Greg Myers, Dallas Marks, and Eric Vallo
Session Code*: 0509
Title*: SAP BusinessObjects BI4: How to Make the Magic Happen
Day and Time: September 11, 2012, 2:45 PM – 3:45 PM
Content Area: Security/Administration/Platform/Infrastructure (BI Platform, BusinessObjects Enterprise, Virtualization/Lifecycle Mgmt.)
Organizations are beginning to work the migration to SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.0 into forecasts and project plans. Let the regulars at the Diversified Semantic Layer Podcast Network tackle your questions in an open discussion setting.
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Panelist
Gabe Orthous
Jamie Oswald
Greg Myers
Eric Vallo Eric Vallo

Author: Eric Vallo

Eric Vallo has been working in business intelligence for almost 15 years. Eric is an SAP Mentor 2011, co-host of the Diversified Semantic Layer Podcast Network, and is managing partner and co-founder of EV Technologies, Inc., an SAP Gold Partner based in the US and Australia.

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