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Catch the Latest Support and Consulting Services Hands-On Labs at Discover 2016 Las Vegas



We're only six weeks away from HPE Discover, and a host of new sessions, forums, and hands on labs have been announced by the Discover team for the event, which takes place this year in Las Vegas on June 7-9.

I've put together a list of hands on labs featuring HPE technology services support and consulting experts and executives and listed them below. We hope to see you at the event this year, so register today for HPE Discover 2016.


HOL7958 - Test drive composability; HPE OneView administration

HOL8104 - Using wearable technology to transform remote support and training in the enterprise

HOL8583 - Using HPE Helion Development Platform for hybrid IT

HOL8584 - Composing for HPE Synergy with HPE OneView

HOL8585 - CPU performance in a virtualized environment

HOL8586 - Integrating your tools with the HPE Cloud Service Architecture

HOL8587 - Monitoring the health of HPE’s Cloud Services Architecture in your data center

HOL9143 - How to migrate to Windows 10; Showcasing the power of HPE’s Assessment Strategy Service for Windows 10, powered by Dashworks

HOL9315 -Gaining business and IT intelligence from the insightful network


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Jeff James is a Content Marketing Strategy Manager for Hewlett Packard Enterprise, focusing on HPE Technology Services. He is the former Editorial Director for the Petri IT Knowledgebase, and also was the Editor-in-Chief of both Windows IT Pro and Microsoft Technet Magazine. Jeff also served as an editorial director at the LEGO Company, and has more than 20 years of experience as an award-winning technology writer, journalist, and digital content producer. Jeff started writing technology articles for AmigaWorld, Computer Gaming World, and other tech publications and websites in the early 1990's.