IBM Systems TechU – Sydney October 2019 – Spectrum Protect/Plus

ORIGINALLY POSTED 5th September 2019

Following on from last weeks post where I listed the Spectrum Virtualize sessions we will be covering at the Sydney Technical University, I thought it would be good to showcase the other international speaker, and of course the local speakers that will be attending the event.

Today its the Spectrum Protect Plus sessions, covering critical topics for maximising and modernising data retention, copy data management and traditional backup.


Harley Puckett will be presenting the sessions below. I’ve known Harley for almost 10 years, as we regularly attend the Nordic Spectrum Storage user groups in Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland. These events started as TSM User Groups many years ago, and its partly down to Harley and the great team of presenters that fly in for them twice a year that they have become such a success. Over 150 attendees in Sweden for example!

Harley is the Program Director for IBM Spectrum Protect with over 30 years experience in Storage and Data Protection, regularly presenting at client briefings and conferences. He spent 6 ½years as an Executive Storage Software Consultant and manager of the Client Workshop Program in the Tucson Executive Briefing

One thing to note about Harley, he loves his crazy jackets, you need to come and see what special jacket he brings to Sydney!

s111155Modernizing Data Protection with IBM Spectrum Protect Plus
s111156What’s new with the IBM Spectrum Protect portfolio
s111157IBM Spectrum Protect Retention Sets: What are they, Best practices, How to configure them
s111158IBM Spectrum Protect Portfolio Vision and Roadmap
s111159Long term data retention with IBM Spectrum Protect Plus

See this post for registration and event details, hope to see you all there!

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