By Colette Finneran. Let your clients know about the added value they can unlock from IBM Tivoli Application Dependency Discovery Manager (TADDM).
IBM Tivoli Application Dependency Discovery Manager
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By Colette Finneran. Using IBM TADDM to discover and reconcile up to tens of millions of infrastructure components.
Colette Finneran is an IBM Offering Manager for the IT Operations Management (Netcool) portfolio area. With over 15 years supporting offering development and go-to-market activities, she has for the past year been working closely with Paul Watkins, Technical Leader for TADDM (IBM Control Desk, and Systems Automation) to drive the roadmap strategy and direction around IBM's application dependency discovery capabilities, enabling IBM and Business Partners to help clients unlock more value from their IT management solutions.
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Bruce, Thanks for sharing great insights re: the work that your team is driving for our Cloud Service Providers. I look forward to joining the 2019 Cloud Service Providers Best Practices Webinar on Jan 15th. Markesha Hill Clausell
Tim, the Skytap team is really looking forward to Think 2019! The unparalleled access to IBM product and technical SME’s as well as clients and other partners makes this a premier event. We are looking forward to sharing our Power Cloud story and how we can help migrate and modernize enterprise applications in the cloud.
by Don Thomas
Thanks Christine for sharing your experience @Think event - great to hear your voice in IBM Business Partner Voices blog and the way you encourage other partners to leverage Think to build connections/relationships and to be prepared for the big changes that technology brings to us.. See you @ Think 2019!