Tuesday, 17 March 2015

WebSphere User Group, London - 23 March 2015

I've been lucky enough to be asked to speak at the next WebSphere User Group (WUG) meeting at IBM South Bank, in London, on Monday 23 March.

I have not one, but two sessions: -

In this session, you will discover how to maintain an efficient IBM BPM environment, with a specific focus upon some of the key considerations required to deliver an effective and available service to the business, including end-users, developers and operations teams.

This session assumes some prior knowledge of the IBM BPM solution, with specific focus upon the BPMN aspects of the solution ( Process Center, Process Server, Process Applications, Toolkits, Snapshots etc. )

In this session, David will describe how an IBM BPM infrastructure can be designed and built to meet some of the more common non-functional requirements for performance, scalability and resilience.

This session assumes some prior knowledge of the IBM BPM solution, as well as some of the key infrastructure building blocks, including HTTP load balancing, WebSphere Application Server and relational database systems

It's been a couple of years since last I presented, as project commitments have conspired to keep me away from London and Edinburgh.

Therefore, I'm seriously looking forward to being back ...

Perhaps I'll see you there ?

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