Date: October 22, 2014
Deepen your company’s awareness of its infrastructure and bolster efficiency through IBM WebSphere MQ Capacity Planner (MQCP), which provides measurable views of your entire middleware portfolio. Attend this webcast to learn how to use MQCP to gain a rich understanding of your environment’s operational capacity. Get tips for scaled message delivery, log management, and shared services. Learn to target one MQ layer or scrutinize your whole infrastructure.
Explore the configurations that allow processes that are repeatable and quanitifiable—processes that cut down on revision and monitoring. Leave this webcast with the knowledge you need to tune your IBM WebSphere MQ environment so it performs to its full potential and communicates any disturbance with swift, clear information.
Plus, learn key considerations to rid your system from oversized messages and cumbersome reports, aspects such as:
Date: October 28, 2014
Title: Introducing enhancements to IBM WebSphere Application Server via a continuous delivery stream
Time: 11 am US Eastern
Tap into the newest features of the IBM WebSphere Application Server (IBM WAS) continuous delivery stream. With these features, developers can quickly deliver rich and scalable applications with real time two-way asynchronous communication. Find out how a new set of Intelligent Management capabilities deliver enhanced resiliency with the ability to autonomically add capacity to your application workload based on changing demand and dynamically route requests to server end points. Additional security features supply ease of integration with external security providers to help authenticate users via their social media identity and enhance the user experience.
Attend this webcast and learn how to:
Date: October 30, 2014
Date: November 13, 2014
Title: Optimizing App Development to IBM WebSphere
Time: 12 pm US Eastern
For WebSphere administrators, management of IBM WebSphere Application Server in the face of a business drive to deliver features faster and faster raises considerations: how to handle WebSphere configuration settings required by applications; things work in development but break down in QA; too many people need to be given access too quickly.
Attend this webcast to learn how to allow developers to get their applications running in WAS—but still maintain complete control of the environment as an administrator. Understand how to free IT from manual WebSphere scripting and empower staff with ways to create transferable deployment packages of configuration and code. See how these packages are key to a strategy of self-service app deployment and application-specific configuration—a strategy that captures the full potential of WAS.
Examine the tactics that can support reasoned, balanced management of the WAS environment, tactics such as: