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Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Technology Talks Rapid Server Deployment at HPE Discover 2016

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Technology Talks Rapid Server Deployment at HPE Discover 2016


There are quite a few HPE Operations Orchestration (OO) workflows we hear about on a regular basis -­‐ service fulfillment, incident remediation, and disaster recovery use cases. However, there are other ways to benefit from this product that aren’t as common, but definitely as valuable.

Stop by HPE Discover Booth 437 to find out more about the unique ways Walt Disney Parks and Resorts  (WDPR) Technology is using OO. They’ll be hosting a Chalk Talk, where you’ll learn how OO was used to create a rapid server deployment POC.HPEchart_FINAL.jpg

 By building a conceptual design, WDPR Technology was able to determine that a sandbox environment developed with OO has the ability to:

  • Maintain Reference Architecture (RA) compliance
  • Support internal POCs and quick Skunkworks projects
  • Ensure tools work together
  • Prove external software complies with company standards

Hear more about what Disney learned through this POC and just what a temporary testing environment utilizing OO workflow can do for you!

Chalk Talk schedule with Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Technology
Location: Transformation Zone at the HPE Data Center Automation booth DEMO437

  • Tue, Jun 7 – 12:30pm & 5:00pm (Stick around afterward for the welcome reception!)
  • Wed, Jun 8 – 1:00pm & 4:00pm
  • Thu, Jun 9 – 12:00pm


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If you are interested in seeing HPE Operations Orchestration in action, download the Free Trial.

Keri Sprinkle
Sr Product Marketing Manager
HPE Software - Cloud and Automation
  • infrastructure management
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15 years in IT industry … started as a sys admin, then became a consultant, instructor, presales engineer and now in product marketing @HPE_Software

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