IBM DevOps: How to be a Lean Startup in the Enterprise- Having a great idea that people support is only the first step in injecting innovation into an Enterprise. This video is a quick tour of a streamlined process and supporting technologies for implementing the build-measure-learn practice used by lean startups.
Essentials of UrbanCode Deploy: Train the Trainer - In this session instructors Steve Cotugno and Joanne Scouler take you through UrbanCode product basics. You will learn how to teach customers the fundamentals of UrbanCode Deploy. You will be introduced to what is now the new official customer training course on UrbanCode Deploy so you can deliver the course to customers.
The structure and content of the new course will be discussed along with logistical information about how to prepare for and deliver the class. Then a product overview covering the key concepts of UrbanCode Deploy will be presented. This is the first module in the course. Key concepts such as Resources, Components, Applications, Deployments, Agents, and environments will be covered. After participating in this session you will know what to expect in terms of the course content and you will also have a basic understanding of the UrbanCode Deploy product.
Essentials of UrbanCode Deploy: Train the Trainer (Resources)- In this one-hour train-the-trainer session for the Resources module of the course "Essentials of IBM UrbanCode Deploy QQ147," IBM trainer Joanne Scouler and Managing Consultant Steve Cotugno take you through the purpose of resources, the different types of resources, key points about resources and how to set up resources in UrbanCode Deploy.
You also learn how resources relate to agents, how tags and properties are important for resources, and how to configure a topology for deployments. You will also see a short demo of how to create resources for JPetStore in a two environment topology (SIT and UAT).
Do you have the latest updates for your Rational products using IBM Installation Manager? If you are still running Installation Manager 1.7.3 or older you may not!
When clicking Update in IBM Installation Manager, it will search the IBM service repositories for product updates hosted on IBM servers (for example: fixpacks). There have been recent changes to the servers to address security vulnerabilities, and as a result, Installation Manager 1.7.3 or older will no longer find product updates. Installation Manager 1.8 or newer works with the updated server.