Stingray Traffic Manager
A meeting for SCE customers and users of the REST APIs and related tools to develop solutions on the cloud. Previously known as the API Users Group.
1.US / Europe meeting, Wednesday September 26, 2012 10:00 AM Eastern US, or
2.Asia Pacific alternate meeting: Thursday September 27, 11:00 am Beijing time
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation with call in details.Agenda:
Stingray Traffic Manager by Mike Kaehly, Mark Boddington, and Aidan Clarke of RiverbedPresentation
- An overview of Stingray Traffic Manager Architecture.
- A simple demo that would include
+ Setting up the Stingray Traffic Manager on the IBM Smart Cloud
+ An overview of the command and control panel for Stingray.Speakers
Michael Kaehly: Riverbed Technical Engineer, US East.
Mark Boddington: Riverbed Technical Engineer, UK
Aidan Clarke: Riverbed Technical Engineer, AustraliaPresentation materials
Slides: Will be uploaded prior to the meetingNews:
Developing and Hosting Applications on the Cloud by Alex Amies, Harm Sluiman, Qiang Guo Tong, Guo Ning Liu. Published by IBM Press and available at Amazon Books at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008FP2G5OGoal:
The IBM SmartCloud Enterprise Developers Group (previously API User Group) is a technical community composed of individuals interested in the application programming interfaces (APIs) of the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise offering. The
group includes customers, IBM Business Partners, independent software vendors, and IBM employees who share a common interest in understanding the APIs of the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise offering and how they can be used to automate processes and build solutions that integrate with IBM SmartCloud Enterprise.
The IBM SmartCloud Developers Group is hosted by Alex Amies. Alex is a Senior Software Engineer in the GTS Development Lab team. He has been with IBM since 2002. His current assignment is Architect with the design team for the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise public cloud offering at ibm.com/cloud/enterprise. Alex has been working in the China Development Lab in Beijing since 2009. Prior to 2009 Alex was product architect for IBM Tivoli Identity Manager, based in Costa Mesa, California.