Stay ahead. 12th September | Bangalore, India and making it a grand success.
Information Management, Governance & Analytics
Mobile Platform & Solutions
Cloud Development & Deployment
Collaborative & Social Business
Agile Transformation & DevOps
11:15 - 12:00 : Seven Habits of High-Speed Analytics with DB2
This session will provide the Seven Big Ideas that is ingrained into DB2 BLU (hence called "Habits") providing customers with of 10x to 100x times out-of-the-box performance. This session covers the secret sauce of the features and technology to make these seven ideas work as one DB2 BLU so that customers to get ultra-speed real-time analytics to deploy business decisions in minutes. This session will also discuss some customer experience successes and use cases with DB2 BLU.
12:00 - 12:45 : PureData for Analytics: The Next Generation of Power and Simplicity
The time has come for a new class of systems: systems with integrated expertise and built for cloud that combine the flexibility of general purpose system, the elasticity of cloud and the simplicity of an appliance. Expert integrated systems will fundamentally change both the experience and economics of IT. Expert integrated systems are more than a static stack of self-tuned components—a server here, some database software there, serving a fixed application at the top. Instead, these systems have three truly unique attributes. The first is built-in expertise. Think of expert integrated systems as representing the collective knowledge of thousands of deployments, established best practices, innovative thinking, IT industry leadership, and the distilled expertise of business partners and solution providers. Captured into the system in a deployable form from the base system infrastructure through the application. The second is that expert integrated systems are integrated by design. All the hardware and software components are deeply integrated and tuned in the lab and packaged in the factory into a single ready-to-go system that is optimised for the workloads it will be running. All of the integration is done for you, by experts. The third is that the entire experience is much simpler – from the moment you start designing what you need to the time you purchase – to setting up the system – to operating, maintaining and upgrading it over time. Management of the entire system of physical and virtual resources is integrated. And all this is done in an open manner enabling participation by a broad ecosystem of partners to bring their industry optimised solutions to bear
12:45 - 13:30 : Lunch Break
13:30 - 14:15 : Big Data – Predictive Analytics
Learn about the new Big Data feature in IBM SPSS Modeler and how to automate and integrate this capability into your application. You don't have to worry about MapReduce programming to take advantage of predictive analytics on Big Data.
14:15 - 15:00 : Agility in a Relational Database world with noSQL & DB2
Today's mobile, social and analytic applications demand agility, speed and scalability using a flexible data model. This partly explains the huge interest in NoSQL databases. Modern applications frequently need to add, drop, or modify fields in the data store without administrator involvement. Change management processes associated with relational databases can be an impediment to continuous integration processes. A popular NoSQL approach is the use of a "document database", where documents are stored with a flexible format, such as JSON. Many existing NoSQL solutions offer these advantages, but sacrifice "ACID" characteristics of a traditional database, such as transaction control, recoverability and other aspects taken for granted in DB2. Using DB2 as a JSON document store provides the best of both worlds. This session describes a solution that does exactly that. The session also includes a live demo showing the power and flexibility of this JSON over DB2 solution.
15:00 - 15:45 : Test Data Management in the era of lightning fast computing
In the new era of computing, the growing complexity of new sources of data and a variety of data types creates challenges. Left unchecked, data is becoming more uncertain and directly impacts the initiatives it supports such as analytics. The role of the IBM Information Integration and Governance platform is to create trusted information and deliver it to consuming analytical, mobile and enterprise applications. In this session, you will learn some of the best practices in Test Data Management and Data Masking and how Optim could help in streamlining these processes, in turn improving your product or application quality while maintaining compliance and project schedules.
15:45 - 16:00 : Tea Break
16:00 - 16:45 : Take Business Intelligence to a whole new level
IBM business intelligence products are designed to integrate with one another and with many third-party solutions, including leading Big Data platforms. So, you can start addressing your most pressing BI needs almost immediately, with the confidence that you can seamlessly grow your solution over time to meet future requirements. Each and every member of the Cognos family offers reporting, analysis, modelling, planning and collaboration to address the needs of BI, performance management and business analytics initiatives.
16:45 - 17:30 : Introduction to Hadoop Programming and InfoSphere BigInsights Programming Overview
Hadoop is one of the key Big Data technologies that has taken the analytics world by storm. There is a growing need for technologists who can design and build Big Data applications using Hadoop. In this session we will cover basics of Hadoop, the MapReduce programming paradigm and different programming options available. We will also cover JAQL, a higher level language for programming in Hadoop, and how it eases developing analytics applications. Later in the session we will introduce IBM InfoSphere BigInsights and show you some of its innovative features that will help you build, deploy and monitor your complex Big Data applications with ease and agility.
17:30 - 18:15 : Best practices for protecting Enterprise Information in BigData & Datawarehouse using InfoSphere Optim & Guardium
Security and privacy is no longer an option, it is a requirement of doing business. Databases contain an organiaation's most valuable assets: they are where customer data, financial records and other sensitive information are stored. They have become a primary target of attacks by hackers and insiders with malicious intent. Investigations over the past several years show that 75 - 92 percent of compromised records originated in database servers. While your primary database may hold the vast majority of your data, there may also be sensitive data held in other databases across multiple platforms. Learn how clients have used IBM InfoSphere Guardium & IBM InfoSphere Optim to help reduce threats, prevent breaches and streamline compliance activities to reduce operational costs. This session discusses protecting data from both external and internal threats and across the entire application lifecycle from development, testing all the way to production.
18:15 - 19.00 : Addressing your Big Data Challenges with PureData Systems
Data challenges today are often categorized as "Big" because they are big in volume, velocity and variety. Managing this ever increasing volume of data without compromising on cost and performance can be very challenging. IBM PureSystems is a new class of expert integrated systems that deliver built-in expertise and are integration by design and provide a simplified experience throughout the lifecycle. IBM PureData Systems is the newest member of the PureSystems family and helps in delivering workload optimized data services for both transactional and analytics applications. This session will introduce you to this new member and will help you understand how these systems will help you provide highly optimized data services for your mission critical business
11:15 - 12:00 : IBM MobileFirst Platform: Develop and Integrate Mobile Apps to Drive ROI
Mobile has some unique challenges. You need to connect mobile employees, partners and customers to the back office systems, data and networks in a trusted and secure manner. You have to deal with a highly fragmented environment with multitudes of devices, platforms, and networks. You have faster, more iterative mobile development lifecycles. All the while, you need to engage mobile customers, partners and employees with connected mobile applications that let them take action whenever and where ever they are. Come see how you can do more with mobile with open, cost effective development and unmatched ability to make the connections you need.
12:00 - 12:45 : Developer experience with IBM Worklight
Whatever your style of development, there's something for you in IBM's IDE portfolio for mobile development. Whether you are a veteran coder or novice learner, a web developer or enterprise programmer that uses Model Driven Development processes, you will find tooling features that will enhance your productivity in developing mobile applications with the IBM Worklight platform. Come to this session to get both a high-level overview of the mobile development capabilities in a number of products (Worklight Studio, Rational Application Developer, Rational Software Architect) and in-depth knowledge to develop for the Worklight mobile application platform through live demos.
13:30 - 14:15 : Enterprise Service Development for mobile devices with Rational Software Architect and IBM Worklight
One of the challenges for mobile application development is determining how to create and access enterprise services from mobile devices. This session will show you how to develop enterprise services using the modeling capabilities of Rational Software Architect, and how these services can be deployed and used from mobile devices using the IBM Worklight platform.
14:15 - 15:00 : Enabling Multichannel Testing using Rational Test Workbench and Rational Quality Manager
Multi-channel applications are becoming more common as we have evolved from desktop to web-based computing and into the world of mobile computing. There are a number of interfaces for the same application due to the combination of devices (tablets, phones, laptops, desktop computers) and ways to interact with them (device-specific apps, browsers and traditional client applications). Increasingly, we are seeing a convergence of wanting all the same capabilities on all of our devices. If your organisation is meeting this challenge with multiple, independent test teams, you will want to hear how you can meet this challenge with a smarter testing approach. Just as the "Chunnel" train crosses the English Channel, learn how you can increase productivity of your test team for both test management and test automation across the channel divide and slay the multi-channel dragon.
15:00 - 15:45 : Accelerate Software Delivery - Optimise Testing with virtualised services using IBM Rational Test Virtualisation
Companies are continuously challenged by fast-moving markets, ever-changing regulatory landscapes, competing organisational priorities and change management across the enterprise. The adoption of DevOps processes is more important than ever when you want to drive continuous testing that improves operational quality. In this session, we describe how you can quickly and easily provision fit for purpose test environments with the virtualised services, available in the latest test automation solution from IBM Rational and using features from Green Hat (a recent IBM acquisition) and our recent DevOps offerings. These environments use virtualised components to reduce costs and optimise operational resources.
16:00 - 16:45 : Mobile DevOps - Challenges and best practices
Mobile apps are no longer stand-alone applications running on a mobile device. Apps today are complex systems that include application servers, data sources and invocations of third-party systems. Mobile app development and deployment is further complicated with today's need for supporting multiple mobile devices, with multiple OS releases and multiple form factors. Keeping these complex systems up and running, constantly updated with the latest app version, is a task that requires constant coordination between development and operations teams. DevOps is a new and growing movement that addresses these challenges. The goal of DevOps is to align development and operations by introducing a set of principles and practices. Mobile apps take the need for these practices up a level. This talk will explain the basic practices of DevOps, will look at the DevOps challenges specific to mobile apps and will provide some solutions, utilising IBM tools and technologies.
16:45 - 17:30 : Create Mobile Web experiences for WebSphere Portal using IBM RAD
Applications are the heart of exceptional web experiences. Today they need to be able to run on all devices all the time. Don't miss this session if you are a Java developer and you'd like to create a single application that can run anywhere, anytime - including browsers for desktops, smart phones and tablets. In this session we will share the latest and greatest features that Rational Application Developer v.Next has to offer to create such a multi-channel portal application. We will also cover integration with the latest WebSphere Portal 8.x capabilities including Responsive Web Designs, Content Template Catalog V4.
17:30 - 18:15 : Managing the Entire Mobile Environment to Enhance User Experience & Security
Mobile applications call for a scalable approach to development across multiple platforms in order to deliver compelling capabilities and experiences, while maximizing existing investments in skills and infrastructure. This webcast discusses how IBM is enabling customers to build mobile applications, run back-end systems, manage mobile applications, and help securely connect to back-end infrastructures.
18:15 - 19.00 : Leveraging Mobile Analytics to Improve the Mobile UX
As the rate of data increases exponentially with number of users having a digital medium in their hand to consume and produce them, information and knowledge will become a rare commodity. The mobile landscape adds a new dimension to the existing data explosion and the traditional models of analytics available. In this session we will look at why mobile analytics is relevant and what challenges it addresses. Whether you are an enterprise developer or independent coder, analytics is your friend.
11:15 - 12:00 : Developing in the Cloud, for the Cloud
Developers are evolving. They are building new types of applications born on the web, using web techniques to scale and engaging customers through multiple channels such as mobile applications and social media. They are leveraging the Web to learn how to build these applications and to collaborate on their construction and deployment. They want to "do" and they want to do it now. IBM is evolving, too.
12:00 - 12:45 : Leveraging Rational and Cloud Technology to integrate Development, Test and Production Environments
In a typical enterprise IT department, Development is responsible for creation and maintenance of business applications, while Operations is responsible for deployment and monitoring of hardware and software components of the IT infrastructure. This separation of Development and Operations often results in the mismatch of component versions in development, test and production environments, causing failures when deployed to production. In this session, we will examine how IBM SmartCloud Continuous Delivery and IBM Pure Application System solve integration issues between Development and Operations while improving productivity and increasing quality.
13:30 - 14:15 : Leveraging IBM JazzHub for Development & testing on the Cloud
JazzHub is transforming into the premier site for hosted agile development. In addition to simple project hosting, JazzHub will offer the full power of Rational Team Concert and supports fully hosted, "zero install" development of cloud based applications. This talk will demonstrate a developer workflow from exploring a sample application in IBM's Cloud infrastructure, editing the application source to implement a feature, exploring the code artifacts related to the feature, committing changes to a stream and finally deploying the updated application to the Cloud. All this work will be done using only a browser, as would be expected in a Cloud development platform.
14:15 - 15:00 : Securing Applications on the Cloud
In this talk, an IBM expert roadmaps the critical information that enterprises need to know about application security in the cloud. There will be discussion on how SaaS works and what organisations can and cannot control from a security perspective in SaaS applications. This includes not only the security of data but also considerations for cloud security transparency like reporting, personnel and log file access. Then the key points for developing and securing applications in a PaaS environment will be covered. As organisations transition their application infrastructure to the cloud, they experience the fact that IT security methods are transforming in the cloud. We will focus on the challenges unique to securing applications and data, developed and delivered in a cloud-based platform and will provide an overview of the latest strategies and techniques emerging to help companies reduce their risks.
15:00 - 15:45 : Product Development: Status-Quo Is Not an Option! A systems Approach to Product and systems Development
Organisations developing products and systems in industries such as automotive, aerospace and defense, medical devices and consumer electronics are undergoing a transformation driven by the rapid growth in functionality delivered by software and electronics. This session outlines an approach for using this shift to gain a competitive advantage.
16:00 - 16:45 : Rapid Application Development on IBM Platform for Social Business
Domino Designer and Domino Social Edition give developers more capabilities than ever for building collaborative workflow-driven applications for today's social business solutions. Whether you are building Web, mobile web or Notes apps, numerous new features will unleash the potential for delivering applications with more value than ever. Come hear about new Designer debugging capabilities and controls that improve productivity when developing with XPages. See how the XPages Extension Library offers enormous capabilities for building applications, especially mobile apps and hear about enhancements to Domino's REST capabilities. We will wrap up by sharing a glimpse of what's coming in the future.
16:45 - 17:30 : Why IBM is your best bet for Exceptional Digital Experiences transformation
While the pace of business, technology and the speed of content continue to accelerate, so does the demand to reach your audiences through a rich and robust online experience, through multiple channels and devices. IBM's Digital Experience software is uniquely designed to help create, manage, simplify and integrate your processes to meet these demands by incorporating capabilities such as Mobile Experiences, Analytics & Optimisation, Rich Media Management & Social Technologies. Learn how IBM is making it easier for tech gurus to innovate beyond mundane tasks.
17:30 - 18:15 : Social Communications Strategy and the IBM Unified Communication Roadmap
The advent of social business has unleashed a wave of innovation in enterprise communications. Social networks have evolved into critical business communication channels. High-quality, compelling video communications is rapidly becoming cost effective, and mobile devices have emerged as a platform of choice for all forms of interactions. Meanwhile, the cloud is making it ever easier to leverage all of this innovation to improve how your business operates.
18:15 - 19:00 : Social Business made easy with the new SDK
Learn about the value of adding social capabilities to your business processes and applications, leveraging the IBM Social Platform and the open standards, like OpenSocial or OAuth. Thanks to the new IBM Social Business Toolkit SDK, it literally takes a minute to get started, whenever you're a Java, Web or a mobile developer. From this session, you will get both the high level view and the technical details of writing social applications.
11:15 - 12:00 : Fast track your Agile Project Teams using IBM Rational Team Concert
This session will provide a comprehensive overview of Rational Team Concert and will discuss how RTC can be used by agile project teams for planning, development and delivery.
12:00 - 12:45 : I Didn't Know Rational Software Architect Could Do That!
Over the past three years Rational Software Architect (RSA) has had six significant releases packed with numerous new features and usability improvements. These releases have introduced new capabilities for sketching, business process modeling, web application frameworks, and deployment planning & automation. This really means RSA is no longer just a UML tool. People often use only a fraction of what RSA has to offer. Through a mix of demos and presentation, this session provides a refresher on what's new in RSA, covering everything from Version 8.0 and up. Come learn what you've been missing out on!
13:30 - 15:45 : Experience a slice of Agile software delivery in action using Rational Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management
A live demonstration that will educate you on IBM's strategic application lifecycle management (ALM) offerings built upon the Jazz platform. Using a scenario that reflects real world agile software delivery, this session demonstrates how IBM Rational provides a solution that delivers end-to-end integration and in-context collaboration across lifecycle, processes, tooling, and roles. Whether you come from the development, quality management, or requirements management world, see how Jazz can unify your entire organisation.
16:00 - 16:45 : Evolving the Jazz Platform to integrate heterogeneous environments
The Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) market continues to be infused with tools from a variety of open source and 3rd party vendors. Diversity means having the flexibility to choose the best domain tools for your environment while the challenge is still being able keep your data and people connected. Improving the solutions for tool-to-tool integration is a good start and is served by the Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapters (LIA) with the HP ALM, JIRA, and GIT adapters. But true lifecycle integration requires capabilities that span across tools through services such as single sign-on, reporting & governance across lifecycle data from any data source, and full platform extensibility to integrate any tool into the platform.
We, at IBM, are extending what we have learned from our ALM solutions such as LIA, CLM, and RELM to evolve the Jazz Platform to manage a complex heterogeneous tools environment. In this session, we will describe how the services of the Jazz Platform support heterogeneous environments, how our LIA offering is already showcasing the first steps to introducing HP ALM and JIRA into the Jazz Platform and how you can leverage our ecosystem resources to extend the platform for your own set of tools.
16:45 - 17:30 : Managing DevOps - Control your release in a continuous delivery world
Is your current build/deploy governance capability well-defined for code promotion, build, authorising OS libraries, and deployments, and you can't afford to break it? Come to this session to understand how Rational can provide an out-of-the box solution for release management within our DevOps solutions. This session will introduce DevOps, discuss manageable first steps to pave the way for implementation, and the resulting benefits of solving the issues between Development and Operations. Learn how to drive down costs, speed time to market and reduce risk with Continuous Delivery through Application Release Automation using IBM Rational Solutions.
17:30 - 18:15 : Using IBM Rational Requirements Composer in the real world
This session will work through end-to-end, realistic requirements definition & management scenario. It will cover the basics of breaking of high level requirements, creating traceability, adding details to requirements and scoping requirements for development.
18:15 - 19:00 : Address SAP application lifecycle complexity by integrating IBM Rational CLM with SAP Solution Manager using IBM Rational connector for SAP
Businesses with SAP environments that need to adapt to changing needs quickly benefit from an open, extensible ALM platform that is based on industry standards. With tools that scale existing processes, reduce costs and use a quality-based approach, you can meet business objectives efficiently too. IBM runs a single global instance of SAP supporting operations in 170 countries around the world. This complex implementation is one of the largest SAP implementations in the world. Success depends on the IBM Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solution for SAP and SAP Solution Manager to manage continuous changes, updates, maintenance and fixes to this complex SAP landscape. This proven integration is also available to companies that are using Rational's ALM solutions and need to integrate with SAP's Solution Manager. This session showcases live demo and in-depth, technical details of IBM Rational for SAP solutions.
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