WebSphere BI User Group – March 17th at IBM Bedfont Lakes

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Welcome You To



Edinburgh Event

17
th

June 2004

WebSphere

User Group (UK)


Royal Museum of Scotland


Fire/evacuation procedures.


Logistics


change to rooms.


No Smoking anywhere inside buildings.


Coffee / Lunch arrangements.


Remember, museum in public use.


Please vacate building promptly at 5pm.

News & Events


Certification mini
-
test


SIG’s


Update


Security


successful launch, but better next time.


Portal


plans to build on today.


WebSphere Optimisation


sufficient demand?


GSE 2
-
day Event


Chester, October 5
th
/6
th



WBI & MQ UG UK


Hursley, July 7
th
/8
th


Free IBM Middleware Event


London, July 14
th


Free Candle WebSphere Developer Days in June




Web App Performance & Tuning


Website


Q&A, Links, Topic Voting.

WBI & MQ UG


July 7
th
/8
th

at IBM Hursley

For details and registration please see
http://www.mqug.org.uk/

IBM Business Integration Trends and Directions


with focus on what’s next in WebSphere MQ
and WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker

Alan Powell & Mark Taylor, IBM Hursley Lab

Vodafone


user presentation

Steve Bolam, Integration Architect, Vodafone

User Contact and Requirements

Ed Fletcher and Nick


User Chair and Group Requirements secretary

WBI Adapters


what are they and a focus on some
of the more popular ones.


Tim Sennitt, IBM Hursley

Pub/Sub


what is it and how has it been
implemented


Tim Pickrell, IBM Hursley
Laboratory


Fidelity


Using MQ is a large re
-
engineering project
-

Dave Upton, Fidelity

Fidelity


Straight thru processing using Message Broker
-

Jerome Fellow, Fidelity

IBM Update

Tetti Pandelias, IBM

Web Services at BT

Jon Calledine, British Telecommunications

Implement a SOA using an Enterprise Service Bus (Residency and Redbook)

Chris Nott, IBM

WBI Message Broker

SIG

Business Process Management

What’s new in WBI Message
Broker V5


Peter Burton, IBM

Continuous Business Process Management

Using WBI Modeling


Waveney Croson,IBM


Message Broker discussion

including migration to v5

What’s new in WebSphere

MQ Workflow v3.5

Klaus Dienhart,IBM Hursley Laboratory


Day 1

12:00


17:30

Day 2

9:00


16:30

About Today


Please, please, please be prompt!


Mobile phones & pagers


silent, vibrate please.


IBM WebSphere Management


Jamie Wade.


Event handout.


Feedback forms & gifts.


Sessions


we can possibly repeat if demand.


Don’t be shy!


Did I mention to be prompt?

Vendor Stands & Demo’s


Bowstreet & NetInfo


Two companies combining to
Supercharge WebSphere Portal Development.



Candle, an IBM company


one of the worlds largest
software & services companies, helping companies optimize the
performance of their systems & applications, as well as reducing
solution costs & complexity.



Cyanea


technology providers to IBM for WSAM: used for deep
Problem Determination and Performance Improvement


within
WebSphere portfolio, including Portal, Commerce, WBI (end Q3);
CICS; IMS (end Q3); & 3rd party Java apps.



REAL Solutions



design, implement and support IT
infrastructure based on hardware and software solutions, driving down
your cost of ownership, making your information more available and
managing/minimising the risk to your business.

Vendor Stands & Demo’s


Salmon


an IT services & consulting firm that specialises in
delivering e
-
business, e
-
Commerce, CRM & enterprise bespoke
solutions on time and to budget.



Smarts


provides fault management featuring automated, real
-
time root cause and business impact analysis of problems across,
networks, applications and the business services they support.



Wily


widely regarded the leader in enterprise Java application
management through monitoring of large
-
scale & complex java
applications & portals.

Thank you & enjoy the day.

Come on England!!!


WUG UK AGM



Edinburgh Event

17
th

June 2004

WebSphere

User Group (UK)


2003/4
-

A Year in Review


New Mission Statement & Goals (see Handout).


Continual growth


membership, meetings,
partners.


Continual Improvement


Meetings, i.e.format, content, support.


Website, e.g.Topic voting, Q&A, Links.


A year of firsts


Biggest meeting yet


First free meeting


First collaboration with GSE


First WUG UK SIGS


2004/5


Looking Forward


Achieve goals


we’re making good progress.


Consolidate on 2003/4


a formula that works.


Future Improvements


depends on you:


More SIGs?


Website


More links, Forum, Review section?


More high profile speakers & more topics you vote for.


Increased collaboration with user group partners


WBI&MQ UG UK, GSE, GWC.


The platform’s almost in place


we hope for greater
participation during & between meetings.


Reduce overhead by simplify processes & improving tools.


As if it wasn’t hard enough…. WebSphere v6, Web
Services, SOA, Grid & Utility Computing, Blade, Linux,
WBI F, UML2, MDA.

AGM Business


Policy doc ratified.


Election of WUG UK Board.


Financials (audit delayed)


Income & Expenditure Account

For Year Ending 31
st

March 2004

£
Income
Meeting Subscriptions
1500.00
Exhibitor fees
1250.00
2750.00
Expenditure
Venues
1049.29
Website
181.10
Committee Expenses
550.90
Speaker Expenses
100.00
Misc Expenses
115.44
1996.73
£753.27
Excess of income over expenditure for year
WUG UK Balance Sheet


As At 31
st

March 2004

Fixed Assets
0.00
Current Assets
Current Account
8,328.18
8,328.18
Less Current Liabilities
310.90
Net Current Assets
8,017.28
Total Assets Less Current Liabilities
£8,017.28
Financed By
Accumulated Fund 01 June 2003
7,264.01
Add Excess Income Over Expenditure For Year
753.27
£8,017.28
Thank you for your time &
patience.

If you want more info or have ideas,
please let us know.


Now for the real business of today!