Please come to join our upcoming NY/NJ IBM MQ & Application Integration User Group all day event. The Seminar, free of charge, will be held at JPMorgan Chase from 8:15 AM to 4:00 PM. You will meet with other IT professionals and managers in your field, and exchange your experience. We really appreciate the vendor sponsor, BMC Software, who provides the meals, and JPMogan Chase who donates the meeting site.
Registration is required for attending this seminar. Please register before 12/9/2013.
Registration is closed now. We have over 165 users registered. Thank you for your support and hope you will enjoy the meeting and network with each other.
Please access http://www.nynjmq.org to get the agenda and meeting direction.
Date/Time: Wednesday, December 11th, 2013 from 8:15 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: JPMorgan Chase: 575 Washington Blvd, 3rd floor, Jersey City,
(note: seminar location has been changed from NYC to Jersey City, NJ)
December 11th, 2013 Meeting Agenda
8:15 am - 9:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast, Sponsored by BMC Software
9:00 am - 9:15 am Welcome by the User Group Committee Team
9:15 am - 9:50 am
Title: How to leverage benefits of using IBM Global WebSphere Community, Worldwide
Presenter: Steve LaFond, Global WebSphere Community Program Manager
Abstract: You can keep the conversation going around middleware solutions after this meeting on the GWC. The GWC's mission is to connect those interested in learning, teaching, and sharing IBM WebSphere-related content with all members of the community. Gain access to free training, webcasts, local and virtual meetings and discounts on Impact registration by becoming a member. Steven LaFond will go over the new features on the site, how to network with other professionals and explain what the GWC can do for you.
9:50 am - 10: 50 am
Title: Tracking Transactions Thru Composite Applications That Use WebSphere MQ, WebSphere Application Server, HTTP, WebSphere Message Broker, DataPower
Presenter: Eric Olson, Principal Software Consultant, BMC Software
Abstract: Eric's session focuses on how transaction monitoring can improve service delivery. Monitoring technology stacks is not enough to understand throughput across composite applications. Everyone monitors base technologies. When uptime is 99.9% but there are war rooms meetings to identify where the delays are, there is a need for improved visibility across the stacks.
We will look at methods to obtain transaction visibility inside WebSphere MQ, WebSphere Message Broker, HTTP, WebSphere Application Server and DataPower. Understanding how to support Service Level Monitoring, Transaction delay detection, prioritization of alert responses and latency decomposition for transactions will also be discussed
10:50 am - 11:15 am Break, Raffle sponsored by BMC Software
11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Title: JPMC Ubiquitous Messaging Service
Presenter: Philip DiStefano, VP Messaging Service Architect, JPMC
Abstract: Ubiquitous Messaging is "messaging service" built upon WMQ for an entire organization to leverage the available internal Cloud while providing and enforcing corporate standards and tools including: Security, Self Service, Naming, certificate distribution, monitoring and alerting for both users and operations, user accessible detailed messaging statistics, business transaction schema. It automates more than 30 WMQ 'use cases' to deploy client requested artifacts. The deployment uses and creates the concept of 'Partnerships' among the interoperating applications be their point to point or pub/sub, spanning the many queue managers defined within as well as external to the JPMC organization.
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm Lunch - Sponsored by BMC Software
1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
Title: Visibility into Delayed Transactions – Where Is The Problem?
Presenter: Bob Zerbe, Senior Middleware Software Consultant, BMC Software
Abstract: Live walkthrough of BMC’s Solution to Transaction Tracking use case
1:45 pm – 2:30 pm
Title: Extending Enterprise Integration with IBM API Management
Presenter: Laura Heritage, IBM API Management Product Manager
Abstract: API management provides a way of reaching new developer communities outside of your organization, but it also provides an opportunity to integrate in new ways with your internal developers. In this session we will begin with an overview of the IBM API Management solution and then explore how existing integration services provided using WebSphere MQ, IBM Integration Bus and DataPower can be easily turned into API resources exposed to and exploited by internal and external developers to provide new and innovative applications
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm
Title: How To Build And Operate A Certificate Management Center of Mediocrity
Presenter: T.Rob, Senior Managing Consultant, IoPT Consulting
Abstract: Many shops recognize that certificates are mission-critical, bet-the-business assets and wish to build a level of expertise in certificate management. The most popular implementation in existence today is the Certificate Management Center Of Mediocrity. This version features the certificates, the encryption and the performance degradation but with very little of the cost or security effectiveness normally associated with the Center of Excellence. This session will show you some of the most common ways to create your own Certificate Management Center Of Mediocrity or, perhaps more important, to discover whether you already have one.
3:15 - 3:40 pm Break, Raffle - sponsored by BMC, Giveaway gifts - provided by IBM
3:40 pm - 4:00 pm Business Meeting (Committee team, everyone is welcome to join)