April 19, 2010 08:05 ET Cloud Services Automation Manages Knowledge10 Labs on Amazon Web Services

Knowledge10 Conference Portal Built on, Used to Manage Sold Out Event

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - April 19, 2010) - Knowledge10 --, creator of the modern enterprise IT service management application, today announced Knowledge10 conference services will be automated by the IT service management platform. The new Knowledge10 conference portal is now live and conference attendees can access and provision their lab instances running on Amazon Web Services using cloud services automation.

Knowledge10, the fourth annual user conference, is back in San Diego, April 19-21, 2010, and is hosting more than 550 attendees to double last year's attendance. The conference has been sold out for almost three weeks and all wait lists are now closed. The Knowledge user conference has become a substantial community of professionals dedicated to solving the challenges of IT service management using modern technology and common-sense IT process.

The Knowledge10 conference portal utilizes platform functionality for self-service, service request and service catalog, graphical workflow automation, survey management, messaging service, resource management, web content management, and cloud services automation. Conference attendees will access the Knowledge10 conference portal to:

  • Use runbook automation to provision and manage lab instances running on Amazon cloud services
  • Schedule one-on-one meetings with experts
  • Generate Knowledge10 agendas
  • Submit conference feedback and surveys
  • Access #know10 content on Twitter and Flickr
  • Access the wiki and forums

Knowledge10 will deliver eleven lab sessions to provide users with hands-on training for functionality like platform-as-a-service (PaaS) development, workflow engine automation, service request catalog and many others. Each lab attendee will request, deploy, access, reconfigure and retire their unique lab instances which are managed by cloud services automation and run on Amazon Web Services.

Early Knowledge10 registrants were able to register for complimentary pre-conference training and courses, including administrator training, implementation training with Fruition Partners, and an ITIL v2 - v3 bridge course by Consulting-Portal. These courses run from Sunday, April 18 through Monday, April 19.

New sessions at this year's conference will demonstrate and discuss:

  • shared services and PaaS
  • IT financial and cost management
  • Field service automation
  • Runbook and cloud service automation
  • Project and portfolio management
  • ITSM SaaS for managed service providers (MSPs)
  • CMDB and change management case studies
  • IT services and social media

Conference keynotes will be anchored by Fred Luddy, founder and CEO, Rob Bull of GE Asset Management, Victor Jachens of JT International, Chris Pope of NYSE-Euronext, and Peter Simmons of Centrica. A customer roundtable discussion will include Gannett, Progress Energy and REI.

In addition, Knowledge10 sessions will be delivered by American Medical Systems, C.H. Robinson, Clark County, Nevada, CompuCom Systems, Consulting-Portal, Keystone Management Solutions, Fruition Partners, Gannett, Grant Thornton, InfoSys, Innovise, Knowledge Learning Corporation, Nashco, OhioHealth, Progress Energy, Pioneer Natural Resources, Queensland Transport, REI, ServiceSphere, Staples, and SunGard Higher Education.

If you can't join us for Knowledge10, please join customers, employees and partners at ITSM.NOW executive briefings in Montreal, Toronto and Calgary the week of April 26, 2010.

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