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  • Tuesday
    17
    September

    We are the Champions: Get to know the IBM Champion Program

    Sep 17, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)
    IBM Champions contribute to so much to the IBM community – get to know what they do, who they are, and why they are so valuable. Plus, learn about how to nominate someone to become a Champion.


    Libby Ingrassia

    Sr. WW Program Manager
    IBM Champions


    Libby leads the IBM Champions Program worldwide, working to support, recruit, and amplify the work of this select group of external advocates. IBM Champions have deep expertise in IBM technology, and actively support the tech communities. An IBMer since 2015, Libby has previously worked in communications, education, and technology. Libby, her husband, and their twins live with thousands of books, some computers, and way too many mosquitoes in Houston.


  • Wednesday
    18
    September

    ASAP University: RESTful API and Workload Automation

    Sep 18, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)

    APIs are already being used by Dynamic Workload Console to bring you the views that you currently use, which makes the integration of RESTful APIs fairly simple. In this class you learn how to integratate RESTful APIs for Workload Automation into your company’s lexicon of applications to create a seamless integration. This increase in communication between applications increases your productivity, saves your organization money, and provides your organization clear audit trails.

    Probal Sil
    Managing Director
    Elyzium

    Probal Sil is managing director at Elyzium – Workload Autoamtion specialists and IBM Gold Business Partner. Probal was instrumental in Elyzium becoming recognized as one of the most experienced business partners for IBM Workload Scheduler deployment and for becoming a SaaS solution provider for Workload Automation (JobExecutor.com). He has 30 years of experience in the IT industry, which was gained at organizations like IBM and Perto Systems. Since 1999 Probal has been with Elyzium, where he’s developed successful replationship with business consultancy practices, systems integrators, and end user organizations. Probal has over 20 years of IBM Workload Automation/Tivoli Workload Scheduler consulting experience and is the creator/driver of WorkloadMigration.com – the fastest, most accurate way to migration to IBM Workload Automation from competitive schedulers.


  • Thursday
    26
    September

    Monitoring hybrid cloud resources with IBM Netcool Operations Insight

    Sep 26, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)

    As hybrid environments become a norm, a comprehensive monitoring solution that is well integrated across multicloud platforms is critical. Join this session to see the different options of integrating IBM Netcool Operations Insight with your cloud sources like AWS, Azure etc. Our experts will demonstrate the following options which you can leverage:

    1. CEM in the cloud
    2. CEM on ICP
    3. Netcool probes
    James Moore
    Product Manager
    Hybrid Cloud Management, Netcool Operations Insight, Cloud Event Management
     
    Gurpreet Kaur
    Solution Architect
    IBM Cloud and Cognitive Software

    Gurpreet has 14 years of experience working with Netcool Suite. As an IBM Best Practices professional, she helps define best practices around the deployment and use of IBM's Operations Management solutions. She works closely with clients to ensure they understand the capabilities of Netcool Operations Insight solutions and how to get most value out of these solutions.


  • Wednesday
    2
    October

    Liberty 19.0.0.7,8,9 Technical Overview, Update, and Q&A (Session 1)

    Oct 2, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)

    You and your extended teams (developers, architects, middleware administrators, IT managers, etc.) are cordially invited to join this session. During the session, you will learn about many new enhancements in Liberty 19.0.0.7,8,9


    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 19.0.0.7,8,9 hands-on labs for Windows, Linux, and Mac platforms, for your enablement and your re-use.

    Alasdair Nottingham
    IBM Senior Technical Staff Member
    WAS Liberty Architect

  • Thursday
    3
    October

    Orchestrating Across Jenkins Pipelines

    Oct 3, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)

    More and more teams are having success with pipelines. We follow our builds with deploys and trigger tests. Maybe even getting to production. However, many of our apps need to coordinate across pipelines as we go to production. We have a number of services that break each-other and need to coordinate delivery. Perhaps we also have multiple pipelines for a single build - one for early testing, another for release. How do we coordinate across pipelines? Join IBM's Eric Minick for a deep dive on Release Management for Jenkins.

    Speaker:


    Eric Minick

    Program Director for IBM DevOps Solutions, IBM
    IBM

  • Wednesday
    9
    October

    Liberty 19.0.0.7,8,9 Technical Overview, Update, and Q&A (Session 2)

    Oct 9, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (ET)

    You and your extended teams (developers, architects, middleware administrators, IT managers, etc.) are cordially invited to join this session. During the session, you will learn about many new enhancements in Liberty 19.0.0.7,8,9


    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 19.0.0.7,8,9 hands-on labs for Windows, Linux, and Mac platforms, for your enablement and your re-use.

    Alasdair Nottingham
    IBM Senior Technical Staff Member
    WAS Liberty Architect

  • Wednesday
    16
    October

    ASAP University: Beyond Parms and Variables

    Oct 16, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (ET)

    Do you have values that change depending on your job streams and jobs? Learn how parms and variables are used as substitutes for repetitive values when defining prompts, jobs, and job streams. Developer Paul Lester from JRIA will show you how to user variables in some new ways and share his real-world experiences with parms and variables along with tips and workarounds to increase your workload automation productivity, avoid missteps, and save your company time and money.

    Paul Lester
    Assistant Vice President- Senior Interface Developer
    JRIA-SMBC (Japan Research Institute America-Mitsui Sumitomo Banking Corporation)

    Paul Lester is an assistant vice president senior interface developer in application production support at JRIA-SMBC (Japan Research Institute America –Mitsui Sumitomo Banking Corporation). Paul started working with IBM Workload Scheduler at Prudential in 2009 on the Japanese installation of TWS 8.2 and 8.3 and the update to 8.4 and continued working with various aspects of IBM Workload Scheduler on AIX/Linux and Windows platforms. Prior to working with IBM Workload Scheduler, Paul spent 10 years in Japan programming backend for the cellphone music industry using Java, Database, and polyphonic ringtone technology. Paul graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Master of Engineering in applied physics. In his spare time, Paul plays the clarinet and just for fun he programs in Java.