So, you're moving the Domino applications you support to the cloud on SoftLayer. You may begin by asking a number of questions:
- "What does that mean for your applications?
- How can you make them cluster aware?
- What about integration with other applications, or other back end systems?
- How will you manage user authentication?"
Make sure to attend this session! We'll cover these questions and other information that you need to know so that the transition will be as smooth as possible.
I have been a Notes/Domino developer and administrator for over 20 years. The past 9 years have been spent as a Field Support Engineer/Accelerated Value Specialist, providing remote and on-site assistance in both application development and system administration to IBM Premium Support customers. Assistance includes training, system evaluation, best practices, and sharing "real world" experiences. Examples of assistance include application performance tuning, server upgrade planning, training on new features and new technologies, and knowledge transfer sessions on features like the Domino ID Vault, Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS), Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM), and IBM Notes Traveler.
My co-presenter, Sree Haridevara, is an Accelerated Value Specialist with the Accelerated Value Program, Enterprise Social Solutions, and has over 23 years of industry experience. In this role, he has delivered numerous successful customer facing engagements on various IBM/Lotus products including Domino servers, Notes clients, Sametime, Websphere Portal, Quickr, Traveler (Verse) and Connections. Sree is well versed with multiple Operating systems including Windows, AIX, Linux, zSeries (Linux and zOS). Currently he delivers the following FSS offerings: Domino Performance and Capacity planning workshop, UNIX administration for Domino administrators , Traveler High Availability workshop, Connections (4.5 and 5.0) Workshop, apart for many other customized training and environment assessments for various IBM Enterprise Social solutions products.
This session will be held in the Orange F room at the Hilton Orlando on Tuesday, February 2nd at 5:15 PM. We hope that you can join us for this informative session!