Web Age Solutions (websphere)

This webinar focuses on modeling business processes with IBM Process Manager.Topics covered:

  • BPM Iterations – Design, Modeling, Optimization, Execution
  • Three phase approach to process modeling
  • The right process model development strategy
  • Process Modeling in IBM Business Process Manager
Direct download: Modeling-IBM-BPM.mp4
Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 10:49am EDT

Although WebSphere Application Server is one of the most robust Java Enterprise Application Servers for deployment of mission critical applications, it is not always that easy to use in development. Often we see clients who deploy to WebSphere in production using Tomcat or some other server to test in development because it is "easier". The complaint is that the full WebSphere Application Server takes too long to start or redeploy applications and is not intuitive to configure for developers. To address these issues, IBM has created the WebSphere "Liberty Profile" server. This is a lightweight server, certified for Java EE 6, that starts much faster and is easier to configure. In this webinar we will look at the features of the WebSphere Liberty Profile server, how it compares to the "full" WebSphere Application Server, and how you can use it to simplify the development and testing of Java EE applications. We will even show that with version 8.5.5 of the WebSphere Liberty Profile there are some intriguing new features that would even let you run the server as part of a cluster and use it for some production deployment scenarios. We will also highlight the use of FREE Eclipse development tools that are available since the cost of development tools for WebSphere Application Server has also been historically an issue.

Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 10:19am EDT

Although WebSphere Application Server is one of the most robust Java Enterprise Application Servers for deployment of mission critical applications, it is not always that easy to use in development. Often we see clients who deploy to WebSphere in production using Tomcat or some other server to test in development because it is "easier". The complaint is that the full WebSphere Application Server takes too long to start or redeploy applications and is not intuitive to configure for developers. To address these issues, IBM has created the WebSphere "Liberty Profile" server. This is a lightweight server, certified for Java EE 6, that starts much faster and is easier to configure. In this webinar we will look at the features of the WebSphere Liberty Profile server, how it compares to the "full" WebSphere Application Server, and how you can use it to simplify the development and testing of Java EE applications. We will even show that with version 8.5.5 of the WebSphere Liberty Profile there are some intriguing new features that would even let you run the server as part of a cluster and use it for some production deployment scenarios. We will also highlight the use of FREE Eclipse development tools that are available since the cost of development tools for WebSphere Application Server has also been historically an issue.

Direct download: LeveragingWebSphereLibertyProfile.mp4
Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 3:31pm EDT

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Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 12:51pm EDT

Description: WebSphere Message Broker now lives under a new name - IBM Integration Bus V9. The product, released in June, 2013 continues to build on the WebSphere Message Broker foundation but has been enhanced to allow it to be more universally recognized as the single best choice for a bus in an enterprise SOA implementation. With the integration of WESB functions within the IIB, aided by a conversion tool for many WESB resources, the IIB is positioned to handle the heavy lifting for an enterprise's integration requirements. The subject webinar will review some of the newest functions added to the product, while allaying the fears of those who think they must forget anything they ever knew about WebSphere Message Broker! Using demos as well as presentation materials, this webinar will provide you with a great overview of the new IIB product.

Direct download: IIBV9WhathappenedWebSphereMessageBroker.mp4
Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 10:23am EDT

Description: Last summer, IBM released WebSphere Application Server 8.5. Since this was just one year after the release of WebSphere 8.0 the conventional wisdom might be "there must not be that many new features". Quite to the contrary, WebSphere 8.5 has quite a few new features designed for advanced management of WebSphere environments. These are termed "intelligent management" by IBM because they allow WebSphere to do things like automatically take actions like restarting a server if certain conditions are observed, support the concurrent deployment of multiple application versions and route user requests based on which application version they are using, expand the size of clusters and prioritize requests for high priority applications if SLA metrics are not being met. Many of these features are on the "wish list" of WebSphere shops so attend this webinar and learn about how to take advantage of this built-in functionality.

Direct download: LeveragingNewIntelligentManagementFeaturesWAS8.5.mp4
Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 9:08am EDT

One of the most common tasks performed by WebSphere administrators (and even developers) is trying to determine what went wrong in an application when errors occur. Over the last few years IBM has made several free tools available that help troubleshoot problems. Since these are self-service tools, you can perform a lot of advanced troubleshooting without waiting on an IBM support ticket. In this webinar we will cover a number of these tools and how to use them to solve common problems. Since most of these tools are available for a range of WebSphere versions, this webinar will be useful to you no matter what version of WebSphere you are using.

Direct download: WebSphereProblemDetermination_480x320.mp4
Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 10:59am EDT

With the release of WebSphere 8.5 this summer, there is another new version of WebSphere to learn what is new and how it impacts your WebSphere environments. Since many clients were just beginning the process to migrate to WebSphere 8.0, released only a year ago, we’ve found that many are simply altering these plans to migrate to 8.5. This means that many may be migrating to 8.5 earlier in the release cycle when there is not as much information like RedBooks available so information about this latest version is at a premium. In this webinar we will cover some of the advanced clustering and provisioning features introduced in 8.5 that make it particularly interesting for those with large WebSphere environments. We will also briefly mention major changes introduced in 7.0 and 8.0 since all of these may be "new" features to those who are migrating. 
Presenter: Stuart Smith, Java and Administration Lead

Direct download: WhatisnewinWAS8.5_480x320.mp4
Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 12:26pm EDT

WebSphere Application Server 8.0 was released in the summer of last year as the first major server to support Java EE 6. Now that many clients are beginning to migrate to it this is a perfect time to talk about what is new. Join us for this session that will take a look at the new features of WebSphere 8.0 including the new "Installation Manager" installation process and the new High Performance Extensible Logging (HPEL) which will provide new ways to access log information

Direct download: WhatsNewinWebSphereApplicationServerv8.0_640x480.mp4
Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 12:14pm EDT

BM has merged WebSphere Lombardi Edition (WLE) and Lombardi TeamWorks with WebSphere Process Server. The new combined product is now called IBM Process Manager 7.5. Understanding the various pieces within it can be very confusing. We have done the research. In this webinar, we will explain the key components of the product and how the new architecture compares with the old WebSphere Process Server. Presenter: Bibhas Bhattacharya. Chief Technology Officer. Web Age Solutions Inc.

Direct download: WhatisnewinIBMProcessManager7_5_iPad_640x480.mp4
Category:WebSphere -- posted at: 12:31pm EDT

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