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invhariharan 060000MAJR Tags:  user impactindia websphereindia group community messaging esb websphere 2,171 Views
The Messaging and Connectivity User Group South Asia was launched in 2008 to bring together the users of the WebSphere messaging and connectivity products in the India / South Asia region. The objective of the group is to exchange user experiences and share knowledge. The regular features at the meetings include updates/presentations from IBM on the WebSphere Messaging and Connectivity product range, demos and User presentations. The group has been having face to face meetings in Bangalore and the last event was a day long event held at the Pride Hotel, Bangalore on 29th July 2010 attended by users from 25+ firms. The group is now seeking to expand and invites users from other cities to join the group.
The group will be represented by H R Sridhar, the leader for this group in IMPACT 2011 in Mumbai. He will be addressing a session on the facilities offered by the Global WebSphere Community for all the members of the WebSphere User Group community. The session will also provide updates on the activities of the Messaging and Connectivity User Group South Asia and its future plans.
This will be followed by a presentation on What's new in Messaging and ESB.
Do join in at the IMPACT 2011 event and hear from the IBM product experts.
invhariharan 060000MAJR Tags:  ibmimpact v8.0 websphereindia impactindia websphere was 1,823 Views
Impact2011 conference on May 31st at Grand Hyatt, Mumbai event covers several interesting topics. There's going to be interesting discussions around the WebSphere Application Server and its new release version 8.0. The new version of WebSphere Application Server v8.0 has introduced a number of features and enhancements towards building an agile business environment and extend the reach of web applications to mobile devices.
Here are some of the quick highlights that I could drew on what's new in WAS v8 from a system management perspective.
- Managing Specific Configuration objects through properties files:
- WebSphere Application Server V7 Migration Guide