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      Date: November 6, 2014
      Title: Jumpstart your IoT projects with the IBM IoT Foundation
      Time: 11 am US Eastern


      There’s a lot of buzz around the Internet of Things (IoT), but how do companies actually get value out of their IoT devices? Attend this webcast to find out about the newly launched IBM Internet of Things (IoT) Foundation. Get the lowdown on how this service empowers developers to quickly and easily:

      • Extend Internet-connected devices like sensors or controllers into the cloud
      • Build an application alongside the device to collect the data 
      • Compose analytics applications, visualization dashboards, and mobile IoT apps that deliver real-time insights back to the business 
      • Register, connect, and secure devices 
      • Store and access historic data

      Join us on this webcast to learn more about IBM’s latest IoT initiative, and how to get a 30-day free trial and access to the no-charge Quickstart, a way to send a single device’s data to the IoT Foundation to visualize in a browser.

      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:
      • How to allow developers to automatically deploy their applications and configuration to test and QA environments—yet ensure that their self-service doesn’t extend to the entire WebSphere console or the target systems 
      • How to manage and deploy shared configurations such as security policies, JDBC providers and more in an automated way 
      • How to quickly compare configurations of entire WebSphere installations to easily detect and rectify configuration drift across environments 
      • How support new target platforms such as IBM PureSystems and BlueMix from the same deployment platform, with the same audit, access control, reporting and configuration management

      Date: Thursday, November 20, 2014
      Title: Secure and optimize delivery of multi-channel services using IBM DataPower Gateway
      Time: 11 am US Eastern


      The IBM DataPower Gateway platform provides a multi-channel gateway to secure and optimize delivery of multi-channel services for a wide range of workloads including mobile, API, Web, SOA, B2B, and cloud on a single, extensible modular platform. Join this webcast to find out how to take advantage of modular architecture to extend the DataPower platform to lower costs and reduce infrastructure complexity. Learn how to extend your investment into new channels to:
      • Create, secure, manage and socialize API services with IBM API Management capabilities
      • Enable advanced authentication methods to enforce web and mobile security policies, such as context-based access, one-time passwords and multi-factor authentications with IBM Security Access Manager for Mobile
      • Enforce B2B protocol policies and data security of EDIINT AS1/AS2/AS2 and ebMS 2.0 protocols

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