San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) June 21, 2010
OPSWAT, Inc., the leading provider of development tools that power software application manageability, recently held its first annual user conference in San Francisco. Among the attendees were representatives from such companies as Cisco Systems, Juniper Networks, F5 Networks, SonicWALL, HP, Dell, TippingPoint, Avaya, Fiberlink and ESET.
Intended for support engineers, QA engineers, software engineers, sales engineers and product managers this educational event featured overviews and technical discussions for each of OPSWAT’s products and programs.
While OPSWAT’s OESIS Framework has become an industry standard for third-party application management, companies that deploy or want to deploy it in their solutions may be unaware of its complete potential. Packed with technical presentations, OUC 2010 provided practical knowledge that attendees can apply to improve their company's performance using the full extent of OESIS’ capabilities.
In addition, attendees were given a broad overview of the benefits of the OESIS OK (http://www.oesisok.com) software certification program.
A web page featuring a videos of selected presentations and photographic recap of the 2010 OPSWAT User Conference (available here: http://www.opswat.com/company/events/user-conference-2010). PDF versions of the presentations can be found on OPSWAT’s Support Portal. Note: users will need credentials to access.
A full description of the day’s events can be found below.
Introduction by Benny Czarny, CEO of OPSWAT
What You May Not be Taking Advantage Of: Available OESIS Aggregations
This presentation focused on all of the currently available OESIS aggregations and functions. It also included potential use cases.
Interoperability Guaranteed: The OESIS OK Certification Program
What if you could reduce support issues around application interoperability? And make it easy for security software application vendors to partner with you? The OESIS OK Program can do just that. This session gave an overview of the interoperability tools OPSWAT offers to companies.
QA and Support Tools/How to Escalate Issues
This presentation centered around the various tools OPSWAT offers to support and test the OESIS Framework. In addition, we presented suggestions on improving support and QA processes.
Targeting the Future: OESIS 3.5 plus Mobile Platforms and Road Map
Gain insight into the plans for the next major iteration of the OESIS Framework, version 3.5. This session also offered attendees the opportunity to participate in shaping the future of OESIS.
Everyone is talking about mobile these days. Were you aware OESIS Framework Pro has several regularly updated mobile aggregations? Attendees learned how best to take advantage of these features.
Beyond OESIS: MD4SA
This session introduced MetaDefender for Secure Access, an efficient fast lightweight endpoint memory scanner. Additionally we covered integration practices, use cases and a demo.
Solving the OESIS Update Issue
Each month OESIS issues an update often containing a dozen or more newly support or enhanced products. OESIS Updater can help streamline the sometimes unwieldy process of rolling out these updates to customers. We covered system architecture, integration practices, use cases and a demo.
Beyond OESIS Part 2: CacheCleaner/ODIS/AppRemover
OPSWAT also features a number of additional products as SDKs. This session will offer an overview and suggestions as to how to incorporate them into other products.
Migrating to OESIS V3
What is V3? What kind of benefits would you gain from transitioning to it? And how easy is that to accomplish? Those questions and more were addressed in this presentation. Included a live technical demo.
Panel discussion with Rich Campagna of Juniper Networks, Gary Fowler of iPass and Andy Oehler of F5 Networks.
Full List of Attendees
Founded in 2002, OPSWAT provides software engineers and IT pros with development tools and data services to power manageability and security solutions. OPSWAT, Inc. created OESIS OK, an industry-wide certification program that verifies the interoperability of endpoint security applications with products from market-leading technology vendors. The free Am I OESIS OK? utility hosted at http://www.oesisok.com/ enables end users to assess the interoperability and quality level of their applications.