Date of Event: 21 Mar 2018
Natural catastrophe and extreme weather events have topped the list of perceived risks to New Zealand business environment. As IT teams are constantly under fire to respond promptly to the impact of natural disasters, and to keep critical on-premises systems online, they are often unsuccessful…
Co-hosted by Dell Boomi and Nikolai Blackie from Adaptiv, this event will be covering common integration anti-patterns which lead to failures and outages that are difficult to rapidly recover from, as well as best-practice approaches and strategies for organisations to follow if they want to ‘weather the storm’ of an outage and quickly recover once the dust settles.
Nikolai will demonstrate how Dell Boomi’s AtomSphere can implement best-practice integration patterns, to create resilient endpoints that are always on and assist you in recovering rapidly as soon as your on-premises systems are back and running.
Who should attend
Are you charged with ensuring the uptime of critical systems? Perhaps you are an architect who needs to design resilient services or a developer interested in best practices? If you are interested in learning more about how Dell Boomi’s AtomSphere platform can help your business recover
When & Where
Wednesday 21 of March, 5.30-8pm
Adaptiv Head Office
Unit 107, Zone 23
23 Edwin Street, Mt Eden
RSVP here, spaces are strictly limited.
*Read more about the challenges facing New Zealand’s business sector and how Dell Boomi can assist in Adaptiv’s recent blog post on the Dell Boomi website “When Disaster Strikes…Cloud Integration Supports Resilient Utility and Government Systems” (https://boomi.com/blog/disaster-integration-utility-and-government-systems/)