IBM: 0 Overview - IBM Technical Developer Conference, 13.-16. Aug. 2001, San Francisco, IBM PWSW, Internet 2001.

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YEAR: 2001
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TIME: 2001
 
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Session Overview
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The heart of the conference. Learn about and test-drive new technologies, new thinking and new innovations. Each track below comprises numerous Elective, Hands-on Lab and Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions. See below for a definition of each type of session. After reviewing the session descriptions use our Agenda Builder to build your own schedule.

Track #1: Web Apps and Services Developed

Track #2: Enterprise Data Connected

Track #3: App Hosting Solved

Track #4: Commerce on the Web Explored

Track #5: Technologies and Strategies Examined



Elective Sessions:

Top development experts share their knowledge on driving technical solutions, products and strategies and how IBM's products can add value and bring competitive advantage.

Hands-on Lab Sessions:

Product experts lead more than 50 how-to sessions offering you a chance to test-drive the products and the technologies highlighted during the Elective Sessions.

Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions:

Product and technology experts moderate more than 15 discussions promoting an exchange of ideas and questions. Here, you can network with others who share common interests, challenges and enthusiasm.


Track #1: Web Apps and Services Developed

The conference's largest collection of Elective Sessions and Hands-on Labs. Here, you'll experience all aspects of developing Web applications and Web services using the newest tools and technologies. Architecting e-business is all about leveraging reusable assets to help speed the development and deployment of your e-business applications. IBM will help you architect, design and develop robust e-business applications.

Examples of sessions in this track are:

    • Accelerating WebSphere Applications
    • An Introduction to SOAP and WSDL: Getting Started With Web Services
    • Application Assembly from Components
    • Bitter Java II: Learning More from our Mistakes
    • Building High Performance, Collaborative Web Applications
    • Developing Mobile Notes Application for PDAs
    • Hands-on:Building Web Services in Java
    • Hands-on: Developing a Multilanguage Transcoder for WebSphere Transcoding Publisher
    • Hands-on: Integrating IBM's Web Content Management Offering into your web site
    • Hands-on: Building WebSphere applications using VisualAge Generator (No Java skills required)
    • Hands-on: Developing and deploying SOAP Applications using WebSphere Application Servers and Visual Age for Java

Track #2: Enterprise Data Connected

Web-enable your enterprise. Integrate new and existing business data and applications (back-end systems) into Web-based solutions. This track is all about data connectivity and transaction processing. You'll receive detailed guidance on the use of technologies, architectures, standards and associated tools. Known pitfalls, tips and tricks will also be highlighted.

Elective and Hands-on Labs address topics such as:

    • Data connectivity using J2EE Connectors to Enterprise Information Sytems
    • CICS and IMS
    • How XML can be integrated with a DB2 (relational) database using DB2 XML Extender
    • Using MQSeries classes for Java and Java Messaging Services (JMS) in MQSeries enabled applications
    • Transaction coordination support, point to point and publish/subscribe messaging and associated runtime infrastructure such as LDAP servers

Track #3: App Hosting Solved

Learn about hosting, deploying and managing various Web applications and e-business solutions from both hardware and software perspectives. Many aspects of Web Application Hosting will be covered in this track that include setting up and configuring Web Servers and Web Application Servers, interoperability within a multi-vendor, multi-platform environment, and reliability and availability for 24/7 operation.

Elective and Hands-on Labs address topics such as:

    • Deployment and configuration tools that speed up development
    • Challenges involved when transitioning e-businesses from traditional hardware and software platforms to a more open, flexible, and cost effective cluster environment
    • Demonstrations of easy practices that can reduce download times.
    • Methodologies and tools presented that enable customers to implement design, scaling, and analysis techniques to improve their site's availability, capacity, and performance

Track #4: Commerce on the Web Explored

Learn about bringing the open standards and universal access of the Internet to the core business processes of buying and selling goods and services. Also develop solutions for Business-to-Business and Business-to-Consumer Commerce on the Web. Sessions in this track include Elective Sessions and Hands-on Labs that address real customer-based solutions, as well as tips and hints for how you can develop your e-commerce solutions using WebSphere Commerce Suite.

Examples of sessions in this track are:

    • A Real-world Customer-based Solution using advanced Lotus Enterprise Integrator (LEI) Features
    • Building a Successful Multi-channel Retail Business
    • Hands on: Connect for iSeries
    • Demonstrating Real World Collaborative Commerce Without the Chaos
    • Extending and Integrating with WebSphere Commerce Suite Version 5.1
    • Introducing WebSphere Commerce Suite V 5.1 for Developers

Track #5: Technologies and Strategies Examined

Get detailed overviews of the strategies, technologies, architectures, open standards and tools that will help you create and deploy e-business applications. These sessions also highlight a Web Service Customer Panel that will provide details about working with IBM to develop a Web service through the jStart Program. Other sessions will show how tools like MacroMedia Dreamweaver, IBM WebSphere Studio, Domino XML (DXL) and XSLT can be used to help you accelerate your development efforts and build e-business solutions.

Presentations, discussions and demonstrations in this track will cover topics such as:

    • The open-source model
    • Open standards like Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
    • Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI)
    • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
    • Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
    • Understanding wireless software and the architectures to consider when extending existing applications to connect a client as small as a Palm(R) or WinCE device
    • Peer to Peer Computing (P2P)



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