Upcoming Webcasts


  • Wednesday
    19
    June

    Performance Monitoring for Developers Made Easy

    Jun 19, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)

    Finding and identifying performance problems in your application can be a tricky affair, often starting with knowing if you even have an issue. Traditionally, performance monitoring of an application is done after development has finished but what if you could build that into your development process from the very first line of code written? 

    Starting with a single microservice metrics can be used to highlight resource usage (such as cpu and memory) and then expand onto measuring http throughput across large scale deployments. 
    In this Webcast, by using freely available software, we will cover how easy it is to enable metrics in your application and visualize that data to resolve performance issues.  Then, by using Microclimate, we will enhance that experience by taking that single application view, expand it to cloud deployments, and then hook into additional popular open source solutions such as Prometheus with minimal additional effort to the user.

    Toby Corbin

    Lead Developer/Software Engineer, Microclimate


    #DevOps

  • Thursday
    20
    June

    The Power of Instrumentation Delivered Through IBM Runtimes

    Jun 20, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)
    • Learn how to develop a liberty (or node) based app with the IBM runtimes and their integrated data collector.
    • See how the power of IBM's runtimes gives the developer the tools to point his/her browser to monitor and debug a single container all the way to production where configuration from the pipeline can seamlessly enable the integration into IBM Cloud App Management.
    • See how golden signal monitoring gives you the ability to handle rapid changes, and gain the visibility from continuous integration and continuous delivery pipelines.
    Brenda Christopher
    Offering Manager
    IBM

    Brenda Christopher brings an accomplished engineering and service delivery background to her product manager role at IBM. The technical expertise she has brought to the management of IBM’s application performance management suite has contributed significantly to IBM’s ability to deliver Kubernetes management to cloud environments.

    Ravi Gadekarla
    Cloud & Application Monitoring Architect
    IBM

    Ravi brings with him 18+ years of rich experience and expertise across technologies with focus on monitoring and problem determination of applicationsdeployed in Hybrid Cloud helping DevOps and Operations teams modernize and manage their applications.


  • Thursday
    20
    June

    Considering the Safety of your Most Critical Assets: Maximo HSE for your Business

    Jun 20, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (ET)

    Join us to learn how Maximo HSE combined with IoT Worker Insights can: 
    •    Address root causes and potential unsafe conditions before they lead to consequences for your business
    •    Give you the capability to automate and capture incident generating events
    •    Deliver insight into preventive maintenance

    Kyle Harding
    Senior Design Architect
    IBM
    Daniel Boyd
    World Wide sales - IoT Worker Insights
    IBM

  • Friday
    21
    June

    Maximizing Asset Performance with Analytics and AI for Energy and Utility Organizations

    Jun 21, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)
    Utilities are undergoing a period of intense change. While the traditional demands for safety and reliability persist, industry disruptions underway mean that business-as-usual is no longer good enough. Utilities must think differently maximize asset performance. They must understand the health of assets, predict performance disruptions, and assist repair crews in taking action. Join us to learn best practices how leading utilities are using analytics and AI to address these challenges and optimize operations.
    Terry Saunders
    Worldwide Utilities Industry Leader

    IBM Cognitive Applications

    Etienne Saunders
    Worldwide Utilities Industry Leader
    IBM Watson IoT

  • Tuesday
    25
    June

    App Modernize and build Digital Apps with IBM Mobile Foundation

    Jun 25, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (ET)

    In this session we will walk you through the journey of app modernization and create a front end web/mobile app for a sample legacy application.  We will start with transformation advisor to create microservices which adhere to Open API [ Swagger ] spec. Using IBM Digital App builder we can introspect the services and generate code that will be used for building the front end.  We will add AI services like chatbot/visual recognition to the application and deploy the app as a web or mobile app. 

    Sachin Nayak
    Architect Mobile Foundation

    Sachin Nayak is an Architect with the Mobile Foundation team. He works on Java, Kubernetes, Mobile technologies and is responsible for delivering new features for the product. He is currently working on containers and implementing microservices based framework for mobile applications.

    Chethan Settipalli
    Architect Digital App Builder

    Chethan is the architect for Digital app Builder and was responsible for creating the product architecture of the tool. He was instrumental in successfully rolling out the beta and GA version of the product and is currently working on adding new features to the tool. He has skills across server and front end technologies and is currently working on electron, java, node, ionic, react, mobile hybrid and native app development technologies.

    Krishnakumar Bala
    Lead Offering Manager

    Krishnakumar is the offering manager for Mobile foundation and Digital App Builder. He is responsible for the roadmap and new releases of the product. Prior to this role he was part of Lab Services and worked with customers to ensure successful implementation of IBM products and solutions.


  • Wednesday
    26
    June

    End-to-End Engineering Lifecycle: Decoding the Magic and the Myth

    Jun 26, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (ET)

    Growing product complexity is driving real change in product and software development. Get an introduction to IBM’s market-leading engineering lifecycle management solution in this webcast.

    •    Learn how to harness the power of end-to-end engineering lifecycle management
    •    Dig into the core offerings of IBM’s engineering lifecycle management solutions
    •    Better understand the difference between traditional and agile development methods
     

    Brian Sanders
    Engineering product evangelist
    IBM

    Brian has worked in the technology sector for over 20 years across a variety of roles including software development, technical support, enterprise sales and product marketing. Having worked internationally across multiple industries, Brian has architected complete technology solutions with customers of varying sizes.


  • Thursday
    27
    June

    How to Build IBM Aspera High-speed File Transfer into your Web, Desktop or Mobile Applications

    Jun 27, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)
    IBM Aspera On Cloud is built on APIs from the ground up, which enables developers and advanced users to programmatically leverage IBM Aspera's rapid and secure data transfer technology. API endpoints are available for the most important Aspera on Cloud functionality, including the sending of files, creation and management of Workspaces, Groups, Users, permissions, packages, and Shared Inboxes.
    In this webinar, we will provide an overview of Aspera On Cloud and provide real-world examples of how Aspera FASP technology can been leveraged by developers to integrate into web, desktop or mobile applications with ease.

    Speakers:

    Jay Migliaccio
    Senior Product Manager
    IBM Aspera

    Tobo Atchou
    Senior Customer Solutions Engineer
    IBM Aspera


  • Tuesday
    9
    July

    Scaling Integration

    Jul 9, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (ET)

    Due to the fast pace of innovation, an integration created today for one purpose and a known audience may suddenly be brought to a much larger, more geographically separated audience for another purpose tomorrow. How do we scale integration? We will take both an architectural and product level view at how integration capabilities within IBM’s Integration portfolio, are scaled and how containerization fits into this picture.

    (Mr) Kim Clark
    Integration Architect
    IBM

    Kim is a technical strategist on IBMs integration portfolio working as a architect providing guidance to the offering management team on current trends and challenges. He has spent the last couple of decades working in the field implementing integration and process related solutions. Kim is co-author of an ebook on agile integration architecture (http://www.ibm.com/cloud/agile-integration-architecture) and writes and presents regularly on integration architecture an design topics. https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimjulianclark

    Rob Nicholson
    Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor - Hybrid Integration
    IBM Hybrid Cloud

    Rob Nicholson is an IBM Distinguished Engineer. He leads the architecture team for IBM's Hybrid Integration software and managed services. Rob is one of the creators of IBM’s Agile Integration Architecture and is a frequent speaker on Integration modernisation topics.


  • Wednesday
    10
    July

    Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6 Technical Overview, Update, and Q&A (Session 1)

    Jul 10, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)
    Please join the upcoming, complimentary Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6 Technical Overview, Update, and Q&A (Session 1) scheduled on July 10 from 1pm to 3pm ET. You and your extended teams (developers, architects, middleware administrators, IT managers, etc.) are cordially invited to join this session. During the vPOT, you will learn about many new enhancements in Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6. You will also have a chance to get your hands on Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6 labs to get enabled quickly. During the Q&A and labs section, developers from IBM WebSphere team will be on-hand to answer any questions about Liberty or help get you unstuck with any of the Liberty labs, which you will be able to do on your computer. One day before the vPOT, all registrants will receive an automatic email with instructions on how to download over twenty Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6 hands-on labs for Windows, Linux, and Mac platforms, for your enablement and your re-use.

    Speaker:
    Alasdair Nottingham
    IBM Senior Technical Staff Member
    WAS Liberty Architect

  • Thursday
    11
    July

    IBM Operations Analytics: A cognitive monitoring solution

    Jul 11, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)
    See how IBM's AIOps offerings deliver insights to help manage traditional and dynamic workloads and support organizations, using traditional or agile management structures, or both. 

    James Williams
    Sr Consultant
    IBM

    James is a senior engineer on the world-wide IBM Hybrid Cloud Management SWAT team. He is our technical leader for Netcool Operations Insight and delivers first of a kind deployments, coaches our technical sales team and business partners world wide, and is our integration guru.


  • Tuesday
    16
    July

    Testing hits 10! Come Find Out About What’s New In Rational Test Workbench v10

    Jul 16, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (ET)

    Join the product team as they show you how our latest release will improve your team’s collaboration and productivity, accelerating your path to quality. With version 10, your team will speed up their testing, through a new friendly user experience, while cutting down on the need to maintain expensive test infrastructure. 
    Our new server – RTAS: Rational Test Automation Server - is a fully containerized, secure by design, server that enables users to bring together testing from across the Test Workbench products. RTAS brings together test data, test environments, and test execution into a single easy to use dashboard for testers and non-testers alike. 
    Along with RTAS, we have added a range of new capabilities to your favorite test automation and service virtualization products, including:
    •    New Dataset technology
    •    Native GIT integration across the portfolio
    •    JMeter integration for performance testers
    •    And much more …. 
     

    Eric Minick
    Product Management Leader, IBM DevOps
    IBM
    Matt Tanrawsky
    Product Manager, API Testing & Service Virtualization
    HCL
    Christopher Haggan
    Product Manager Functional & Performance Test
    HCL

  • Wednesday
    17
    July

    Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6 Technical Overview, Update, and Q&A (Session 2)

    Jul 17, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (ET)
    Please join the upcoming, complimentary Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6 Technical Overview, Update, and Q&A (Session 2) scheduled on July 17 from 9am to 11am ET. You and your extended teams (developers, architects, middleware administrators, IT managers, etc.) are cordially invited to join this session. During the vPOT, you will learn about many new enhancements in Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6. You will also have a chance to get your hands on Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6 labs to get enabled quickly. During the Q&A and labs section, developers from IBM WebSphere team will be on-hand to answer any questions about Liberty or help get you unstuck with any of the Liberty labs, which you will be able to do on your computer. One day before the vPOT, all registrants will receive an automatic email with instructions on how to download over twenty Liberty 19.0.0.4,5,6 hands-on labs for Windows, Linux, and Mac platforms, for your enablement and your re-use.

    Speaker:
    Alasdair Nottingham
    IBM Senior Technical Staff Member
    WAS Liberty Architect