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Remedy Admins Dream: Zero-downtime upgrades

August 15th, 2012

If you are Remedy admin or developer and have ever involved in a upgrade project/process you might have thought about having a in-place install with out bringing remedy services down for hours, this is a session you should attend by Chuck Mousseau at WWRUG12.


Breakout session: “A discussion and demonstration of zero-downtime upgrades”

This presentation will include a discussion around what is required to achieve a zero downtime upgrade of a Remedy application and a demonstration of some platform features needed to allow that to happen. Zero downtime upgrade of applications will allow owners of applications to continue using an older version of an application while simultaneously upgrading and then customizing it in their production environment. Upon completing customizations they can seamlessly switch to use of the new version of the application — all without an outage of service.

More Info: WWRUG12 – Oct 15 – 19  San Jose, California

WWRUG12 Conference October 15 – 19, 2012 – San Jose, California

May 31st, 2012

WWRUG12 – Sharing Tools, Technology and Training
October 15 – 19, 2012 – San Jose, California


World Wide Remedy Users Group (WWRUG) is an independent conference representing the interests of our ARSlistâ„¢ subscribers, WWRUG members, and all customers and business partners focused on the Action Request System, and the array of related applications and products.

The WWRUG annual conference is organized and planned by WWRUG, Inc. with the support of sponsorships by BMC Software, Inc. and other Remedy Partners. Presentations are delivered by a combination of BMC Staff, Partners and Customers. All of which culminate into an invaluable week of user-driven content, business-driven events and social networking.

Please visit us often as we continue to work towards our next event taking place on October 15 to 19, 2012 in San Jose, California.

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