NEW! Automation and Cloud Management Community – where practitioners go to be heard!

cheers.jpgSometimes you want to go
Where everybody knows your name, and they're always glad you came.
You wanna be where you can see, our troubles are all the same

You wanna be where everybody knows your name.

 

These lyrics from the theme song to the popular ‘80s TV show “Cheers” perfectly sum up the feeling of the new HP Automation and Cloud Management Community.

 

This new community offers a single view for all things Orchestrated Datacenter. It is a one-stop technical forum offering practitioners insights and collaboration across HP’s Automation and Cloud Management (ACM) products like:

  • HP Server Automation (SA)
  • HP Database and Middleware Automation (DMA)
  • HP Operations Orchestration (OO)
  • HP Cloud Service Automation (CSA)

 

This is the place to be, when you want to be heard as a practitioner, and collaborate with other practitioners. You can stop by when you wish to interact and share your experiences with HP experts and trusted advisors.

 

Have your voice be heard at www.hp.com/go/acmcommunity

 

In the ACM community page you can easily navigate to the different product communities, practitioner forums and online support teams. You will also find blogs and articles under the Solutions section to help you build solutions. Under the Products section, find technical communities that serve as your one-stop shop for all the technical information you need.  

  • Easy access to practitioners’ forums The place to discuss with HP R&D and other practitioners your technical questions. Forums that are being actively monitored by HP R&D teams, to offer you a timely response. 
  • Logically organized knowledge base Product manuals, knowledge articles, step-by-step tutorials, user guides and best practices that you can download directly for use. This includes the latest OO, CSA, and SA content and patches. 
  • Scheduled monthly practitioner’s call - Where you can meet HP R&D and other practitioners to share your use cases and learn from each other. Even have your own content be published within the community, and win the respect of your peers.

 

And if you are still unsure, stop by the ACM community page to check out the events calendar for the month. Understand why our breadth and width of remarkable content, all available in one space , places this community in an uniquely different standing. So come by soon - we will leave a seat open for you @ www.hp.com/go/acmcommunity

  

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