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Automating management of UNIX/Linux multi-tiered SAS® services

Tuesday, Oct. 24 l 11 a.m. – Noon ET

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This complimentary webinar is hosted by the SAS® Users Group for Administrators (SUGA).

UNIX and Linux SAS® administrators, have you ever been greeted by one of these statements before you’ve gotten your first cup of coffee?

“Power outage!”

“SAS servers are down.”

“I cannot access my reports.”

Have you frantically tried to restart the SAS servers and missed a step in the process, causing further delays? Now there’s a utility that automates the management of these multi-tiered deployments.

Join us for this complimentary webinar and learn about the new automated utility that improves management of your SAS services. We’ll demonstrate the power of SAS local services management – a new suite of tools to manage the automation and management of multi-tiered deployments. You’ll learn how to use the new utility to maximize productivity and server uptime.

Space is not limited for this webinar. Please register to attend live or to receive the on-demand content after the event.

Presented by Cliff Meyers, Technical Support Manager, SAS

Cliff Meyers has been at SAS since 2012. His daily responsibilities include managing the UNIX and Mainframe Technical Support teams. He has worked with UNIX for more than 30 years.

Content level: Intermediate

About the SAS® Users Group for Administrators (SUGA)
The SAS Users Group for Administrators (SUGA) is open to all SAS administrators who install, update, manage or maintain a SAS deployment. Its purpose is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, information and best practices with SAS solutions. To learn more or to join our group, visit the SUGA communities site.

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