Don’t miss out on the upcoming IBM Middleware User Community webcasts! Take a peek below at the schedule and don’t forget to register. Additional webcasts are added regularly so make sure to visit the event calendar to stay up-to-date.
February 9, 2016 at 10am Eastern
- Bob Fyke, Manager - Asset Management Engineering with Consolidated Edison of New York
- Scott Kunze, President of DataSplice
Consolidated Edison of New York is a major utility supplying transmission, distribution and generation of power. They needed to understand and track the lifecycle of thousands of assets. Many assets had different inspection criteria based on the conditions on a given day, requiring an adaptable form.
In the past, paper and filing cabinets were the norm for asset history, Today they are capturing the timely and trendable details of an asset’s life using IBM Maximo and DataSplice's Forms platform for Inspections.
With an electronic forms product, inspection criteria adapts in the field, providing field workers the ability to collect condition based reading and report findings that may not be part of the normal cycle. This data allows for better trending and prediction of asset behavior, which in turn reduces unplanned outages and emergency maintenance.
Deliver Stunning Mobile Apps Using IBM Bluemix and Test Them in the Real World Using Applause’s In-The-Wild Testing Services
February 10, 2016 at 11am Eastern
- Sachi Pradhan, Product Manager with IBM
- Sanji Alwis, VP Business Development with Applause
Go from idea to reality faster with mobile backend infrastructure, powerful app management, and insights into app usage. Unlock the potential for more immersive user engagement by adding intelligence into your mobile experience. Then take your app beyond the traditional QA lab to test it out with your real audience. This is a vital component of 360° app quality™. Users demand an app that performs well, moves quickly and is intuitive, stable and secure. Discover how IBM’s mobile services in Bluemix combined with the Applause global community of testers helps you every step of the way so you can deliver great mobile apps and manage the quality of your app from concept through launch and beyond.
February 11, 2016 at 11am Eastern
- Bruce Armstrong, Offering Manager for z/OS Connect with IBM
- Ian Shore, Offering Manager for z/OS Connect with IBM
RESTful APIs used in mobile and cloud application development are revolutionizing industries today. This webcast will explain how your z Systems based data and transactions can fully participate in the API economy, providing your business new sources of revenue and internal productivity gains. New capabilities delivered in December 2015 in z/OS Connect Enterprise Edition provide you REST-enablement of critical subsystems including CICS, IMS, DB2 and WAS for z/OS. Come learn how your existing assets can be easily adapted to the new programming models of APIs while still keeping the robustness and scalability of the z/OS environment.
February 12, 2016 at 11am Eastern
- Mark Robbins, Support Lead/Technical Design Authority with Vetasi
This will give practical tips to make your integrations easier to support. Based on genuine helpdesk calls/experience these are tips that can save time and money for system administrators. It will cover areas including:
-Key guidelines to consider when designing/building/testing interfaces
-The need for an integration specific cluster
-The most valuable support tools for debugging interfaces – you may be surprised…
-Overview of how to use BIRT report to check data in two systems
-Value of message tracking and how to configure it for the best results
-Advice on debugging message tracking related errors
Thank you for participating in the IBM Middleware User Community webcasts! If you are unable to attend, the recording and slides will be available following the webcast in the IMWUC Webcast Archives. Any questions or concerns please contact email@example.com.