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This Webinars is an overview of the 3 day WA1933 Using REXX under TSO/ISPF course. We show and explain several REXX language features. REXX is a powerful multi-purpose and user-friendly programming tool used to exploit many IBM and third-party operational products. It is the tool of choice in most (if not all) of today's larger data centres for those who need to implement new operational procedures both quickly and effectively. This three-day course is designed for TSO/ISPF users who wish to learn how to create and use programs in the REXX language. The course is taught combining classroom tuition with many practical exercises and problem scenarios, thus ensuring a full understanding. Prerequisites - An understanding of programming at a conceptual level and a good knowledge of TSO and its commands. A superficial knowledge of ISPF/PDF is insufficient for those who wish to gain full value from this course. Audience - Systems programmers, operations analysts, senior operators, operations support staff and application programmers who will be writing and/or maintaining TSO REXX programs.

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This Webinar is a preview of the 5 day DB2 for z/OS: DB Design, Implementation and Administration course.This is the definitive course for DB2 DBAs. It teaches the skills that are essential for administrators, enabling them to provide effective and efficient database design, implementation and support. It explains the database design process, from the logical database model right through to the implementation of the physical database. The system architecture, operational facilities and utilities used in a DB2 for z/OS environment are fully explained and demonstrated. In addition, monitoring, security and recovery techniques are also covered. This course is suitable for all environments up to DB2 10

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Although there are a number of Java frameworks for web applications, Spring MVC has become one of the most popular. In this webinar we will look at some of the major tasks in using Spring MVC, like configuration, handling requests, and displaying views. We will look at how Spring MVC integrates with other Spring technologies, Apache Tiles for page templates, and AJAX/JavaScript support. We will also show a brief introduction to Spring "Web Flow" which is an advanced extension of Spring MVC built to address specific web application requirements.

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Category:general -- posted at: 4:24pm EDT

Continuous Integration is a software development approach that uses “build automation” to automatically build and test software. With Continuous Integration, there is always an up-to-date version of the software available to run quality assurance tests and conduct sample deployments, and any problems accidentally introduced by developers can be seen quickly. The automation involved also provides a convenient spot to implement quality assurance tools like automated unit testing, code coverage testing, static code analysis, style checking, and so on. This webinar will discuss some common tools and plugins for Apache Maven that are useful for Continuous Integration, and present a useful pattern for establishing a Continuous Integration server combined with a Maven Repository Manager. The webinar will appeal to all developers working with Java technologies, and in particular to those using Apache Maven or the Jenkins Continuous Integration server.

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This webinar will provide an overview of concepts, architecture and enabling technologies related to API Management.

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Although Apache Maven has been around for several years now, some of us have been reluctant to adopt it for our development projects. We have many excuses – It's not flexible. We can't control what it downloads. It's hard to use. The metadata is difficult to understand. We can't layout our project the way we want. And the list goes on. In reality, many of our assumptions are not true. Join us for this webinar where we'll try to convince Late Adopters to re-examine their resistance to Apache Maven.

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Category:general -- posted at: 3:55pm EDT

Groovy is an agile and dynamic language for the Java Virtual Machine, that combines the power of Java with features inspired by Python, Ruby and Smalltalk, to provide an enhanced and productive programming environment that interoperates fully with existing Java infrastructure. In this webinar we'll examine the Groovy language, syntax, and features, and we'll explore applications for Groovy in traditional Java shops.

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Category:general -- posted at: 11:44am EDT

The attendees of this webinar will be introduced to the main cloud computing concepts, types and features. Services of OpenStack, an open source IaaS platform, will reviewed, followed by a summary of new and exciting features of the Grizzly Release (April 2013).

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Category:general -- posted at: 5:31pm EDT

Description: IBM is a market leader in Business Process Management (BPM) software and with the recent release of IBM Business Process Manager (IBPM) 8.0 they will likely retain that title. Too often, however, we have seen clients that have deployed this software but don’t use the full potential because they are confused as to what features the core product of the IBM BPM platform can do. After all, software vendors are often more interested in selling you more software than making sure you are using that software to it’s full potential. During this webinar we will cover the various BPM scenarios your organization can take to effectively use the features of the IBPM 8.0 product. We will show that with the core product there are actually three different ways to develop business processes and each approach might involve slightly different roles and tools. This webinar is intended for a wide audience: - Business Analysts will learn how to use the much improved business process modeling capabilities and how they can even deploy a process to production without developers being required to write a single line of code! - Integration Developers can learn how they will still be required to implement more advanced system integrations and how the platform can help improve their coordination with the business requirements. - System Administrators will learn how all of the various administrative tools of the product are used by different job roles and depending on the type of business process being developed - Organizations that currently use WebSphere Process Server 7.0 or prior will learn how the new environment has a lot of added functionality built right in and requires less custom development to leverage.

Direct download: EffectiveBPMIBMBusinessProcessManager8.0_480x320.mp4
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