Talk about busy times. You probably saw Guy's blog entry on the redbook we are working on. It is still early in the redbook but it is very promising. One thing I'm working on is describing the tasks and sensors. If you have any ideas on how these could be used, let me know. I've already gathered great information on it and I am excited about the possibilities.
Talking about redbooks, have you seen the latest two redbooks:
SG24-7488-01, Redbooks, published 24 June 2008
This book provides an overview of the high availability and enterprise replication features (ER, HDR, RSS, SDS).
SG24-7522-00, Redbooks, published 11 June 2008
This book provides an overview of some of the capabilities of IDS version 11 that enable it to be easily customized for your particular environment. Although many capabilities are available, the focus of this book is on the areas of ease of administration and application development. It describes and demonstrates these capabilities with examples to show how it can be done and provide a model as you begin your customization.
The one before those came out in March and is about security. To see more, go to the following URL:
Also, the IOD conference is just around the corner. We are all busy preparing our material for it.
And that's just in addition to our normal work of talking to customers and getting IDS into more hands!
Until next time!