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Posted by: Gabriel on Mar 18, 2013 at 11:20:12 PM
For those who have relation with WebSphere brand, the event of the year is comming, IMPACT 2013 from April 28 to 2 May in Las Vegas.
Here 5 reasons from IBM to attend
For me, being the first time, these five reasons are more than sufficient but checking Session Preview tool (very practical to plan the conference)
I have found sessions of Tom Alcott, Don Bagwel, Rolan Barcia, Carolyn Elkins, Lohitashwa Thyagaraj, James Taylor, Kyle Brown, Jonathan Ricci, Michael Copeland, Grady Booch,....and more gurus.
During years I have read their technotes, presentations, redbooks, recommendations, predictions and for the first time I will see them (hopefully I can greet them), they (and many others) has been my mentors and has helped me for be IBM WebSphere Champion during the last two years
This year ...
Posted by: Gabriel on Mar 18, 2013 at 01:14:36 AM
Se acerca el evento del año para las personas que estamos relacionadas con el mundo de WebSphere, el IMPACT 2013 del 28 de abril al 2 de Mayo en Las Vegas.
Estas son las 5 razones para asistir que nos aporta IBM
Para los Business Partners, el evento comienza el día 28 en la Business Partner Summit, en ella se puede aprender como maximizar las iniciativas de marketing y ventas en toda la brand de productos y soluciones de WebSphere. En las sesiones intermedias se podra conocer a expertos en los productos.
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Posted by: Scott on Mar 1, 2013 at 09:19:49 AM
IBM developerWorks recently published an article on cloud based middleware that I thought might be of interest to you. Below is an abstract:
If an organization’s needs remained static, life would be much easier for IT provisioning, but then the IT staff wouldn’t be around long enough to enjoy the rewards. It’s just a fact of being an IT profession that you have to figure out how you can respond to scenarios such as:
Posted by: Cara Hogan on Feb 28, 2013 at 04:56:12 PM
In the past two days, more than 100 people have checked out WebSphere Insights new infographic, “A walk through the cloud.” The colorful image charts the history of cloud computing over the past 50-plus years, with a special focus on IBM’s work in the rapidly-growing market.
So why the fascination with cloud computing? For something known as the newest, hot technology, the idea of cloud computing has been around for decades. The concept was first imagined by computer scientist John McCarthy in 1961, who suggested the concept of a computer time-sharing system. But it was IBM that invented the precursor to cloud computing – virtualization.
Many people think virtualization started in 1999 with VMWARE, but it was created long before then. In the...
Posted by: Cara Hogan on Jan 17, 2013 at 11:45:19 AM
Remember when we asked WebSphere Insights readers to fill out a 2013 Tech Trends survey a few months ago? Well, the survey is finished and the results are in! Our readers responded to tell us what new technologies they’d most like to implement at their companies this year, from cloud to big data to SaaS.
The majority of our readers –54.5 percent –chose mobile applications as the most important trend to use in 2013. Cloud computing and virtualization were also popular choices, at 48.5 percent and 33.3 percent.
Instead of just listing the data from the survey here, we created an infographic to visually and clearly represent the growing trends. Now released with our January issue, the infographic includes the survey data along with relevant information from outside...
Posted by: Cara Hogan on Jan 4, 2013 at 04:41:55 PM
Sometimes it’s important to take a step back from the world of WebSphere and examine broader technologies that are poised to change your business in the future. New advances like cloud computing and mobility were adopted and integrated into WebSphere software in 2012, but what will be important to your company this year?
Staying ahead of the game is Rod Smith’s specialty, as the Vice President of Emerging Technologies at IBM. In an exclusive Q&A with WebSphere Insights, Smith discusses how IBM decides whether to adopt new technologies and how it will affect business in the future.
“When I started the Emerging Technology group about 20 years ago, I wanted a team that could act as the ‘headlights’ organization in IBM; a group that’s constantly looking...
Posted by: Cara Hogan on Dec 28, 2012 at 03:23:34 PM
Since the launch of WebSphere Insights magazine in April, 2012, there have been big changes for the WebSphere market. The magazine has covered a year of incredible advancements in the world of WebSphere technology—from IBM’s acquisition of Worklight and focus on mobility, to the latest in IBM cloud offerings, to how customers are addressing business challenges by applying WebSphere solutions in innovative ways.
In our inaugural issue, we interviewed the then-new VP of Marketing, Mobile Enterprise and Application and Integration Middleware at IBM, Kristen Lauria. Lauria said she believed that cloud, PaaS and mobility would be a big focus for IBM in 2012—and she was right.
Big Blue turbocharged their mobile portfolio this year with the acquisition of Worklight, an...
Posted by: Cara Hogan on Dec 19, 2012 at 04:48:56 PM
It’s almost the New Year and everyone’s rushing to predict what will be the most important and influential technology of 2013. Instead of guessing for yourself, WebSphere Insights has a better idea. We interviewed top industry analysts, IBM executives and technology experts to find out what they believe will be the technologies of the future—and what should stay in the past.
In the article “Mobile, cloud, and big data accelerate adoption in 2013”, we talk to experts like Gartner analyst Massimo Pezzino, Nastel Technologies VP Charles Rich and Rod Smith, the Vice President of Emerging Technologies at IBM.
"The buzz factor in 2013 is going to be big data and social data. Businesses are going to look to see if someone is tweeting about them and weigh that information,”...
Posted by: Steven LaFond on Oct 15, 2012 at 04:20:11 PM
Hi GWC members,
Last week, IBM made a series of product and service announcements. To go along with the releases that are for MQ, CICS, and IBM BPM, the GWC has acquired a series of great podcasts that are sure to have something for all of us.
Making your enterprise applications Cloud-enabled with CICS - How CICS V5.1 facilitates Platform-as-a-Service for private clouds, enables mission-critical applications running on CICS to be cloud-enabled. Matthew Webster and Nick Garrod, speakers.
Accelerate Mobile Success with IBM WebSphere Message Broker V8 - In combination with IBM Worklight, the latest release of IBM WebSphere Message Broker delivers new capabilities to speed the creation and performance of mobile solutions. Quickly create mobile apps with IBM Worklight...
Posted by: Steven LaFond on Jul 30, 2012 at 01:09:00 PM
As this decade marches on, online and mobile commerce is on the rise. When getting to the great heights necessary to access data and process transactions at multiple locations, Cloud services are the visible solutions to connecting companies to their information. The WebSphere Application Server V8.5-Liberty Profile Plugin V1.0 is another rung on the ladder for businesses looking to create lightweight, cloud-based environments to work with the ultra-slim and robust WebSphere Application Server - Liberty.
Mobile devices are ever-present in today's business environment. The zippy little apps that bring us stock prices and travel information are using HTML 5 to deliver the content and functionality we want from our "traditional" online environments and being customized to give us what we...