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The Top 10 SAS® Studio Tips for SAS® Grid Manager Administrators

Tuesday, Jan. 23 l 2 – 3 p.m. ET

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

SAS environments are evolving. Modern web interfaces like SAS Studio are replacing the traditional SAS windowing environment. At the same time, distributed analytic computing, centrally managed by SAS Grid Manager, is becoming standard for many enterprises. SAS administrators need to provide users properly configured, tuned and monitored applications. This event, hosted by the SAS Users Group for Administrators, is presented by SAS Studio expert Edoardo Riva.

You’ll get tips for:

  • Central management of SAS Studio options and repositories.
  • Providing proper grid tuning.
  • Effective monitoring of user sessions.
  • High availability considerations and more.

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

About the presenter

Edoardo Riva

Edoardo Riva, Principal Technical Architect with Global Professional Services and Delivery, SAS

As a member of the Global Enablement & Learning team, Riva serves the SAS technical community in Architecture, Installation & Configuration and Migration. He specializes in high-performance architecture, with a focus on SAS Grid Manager and SAS® Viya™.

Edoardo joined SAS Italy in 2001 and moved to his global role at SAS in 2011.

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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