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New Session Announced: Desired State Management Through Automation with the Casper Suite with John Kitzmiller

john kitzmiller, speaker, macaduk, Desired State Management Through Automation with the Casper SuiteThe Mac Admin and Developer Conference are pleased to announce that John Kitzmiller will be returning to the MacADUK stage to speak about Desired State Management Through Automation with the Casper Suite.

John Kitzmiller has helped organizations big and small deploy Apple devices all over the globe. As a Professional Services Engineer for JAMF Software, he deployed Apple devices on 5 continents in some of the largest and most complex environments. As a Senior IT Consultant for The Linde Group, John helped some of the San Francisco Bay Area’s largest and fastest growing companies design their Apple deployments.

John has now taken his skills in house at Fastly, a content delivery network in San Francisco. With some of the tightest security restrictions and privacy concerns he’s ever encountered, John has designed a deployment strategy to support a global user base based on his agile deployment manifesto.

Find out more about his session here and then book your tickets so you don’t miss out! 

The Mac Admin & Developer Conference UK (MacADUK) will take place in London on the 7th and 8th February 2017 welcoming 400 of the top IT experts from around the world to discuss deploying and managing Macs and iOS devices. The conference features the very latest in techniques, practices and processes and its speaker roster is set to be a who’s who of the Apple world.

For more information, please contact:
Laura Pendreth

Note to editors

MacADUK was the UK’s first conference for Mac Administrators and Developers, and the inaugural event took place in London in February 2016 with over two hundred delegates from across the globe attending. The event attracted the cream of London’s Apple technical talent and was hosted at the St James Theatre in Victoria.

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