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With MMS just round the corner, I wanted to let you know that we have a great set of Opalis sessions for you! All new sessions, all new content, all new demo and a fantastic crew to deliver these outstanding topics.
We have 7 Opalis sessions, as shown in the table below, including the debut of Opalis vNext! You will see for the first time the new capabilities that Opalis vNext brings, live and in action! Oh, and it won’t be called Opalis vNext either … you will be among the first people in the world to see the new name up on the big screen as we begin the journey to Beta
Opalis vNext will be there, I will be there at MMS, will you? I look forward to meeting you there and having some great discussions!
Adam Hall Sr. Technical Product Manager, Opalis
Oh YES! i will be there - looking forward to se the next version and hearing about your plans.. Will there be a SCOM MP for Opalis ? Perhaps :-)
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