Friday, November 17, 2006

Lotusphere 2007 session abstracts are out!

Well, all of the sessions abstracts for the 2007 Lotusphere are out. Since Ed Brill posted that a session preferences e-mail was sent to registered folks (which I did not get because they were not sent out to IBMers), I had been waiting to see what the sessions at the conference would be. Being a system administrator, my interest is in the Infrastructure track.

Here are the ones I'll most likely attend:

JumpStart Sessions

JMP104 IBM Lotus Domino Security Features - A to Z
JMP201 IBM Lotus Notes Development for Non-Developers
JMP202 "It Takes Two to Tango" - Learning Java Using the Eclipse Development Platform
JMP204 Portals 101 - Introduction to Portal Technologies
JMP206 Enterprise Integration: Moving Your Data Around to Where You Need It
JMP207 IBM Lotus Sametime Large-Scale Architecture Design

Hands-on Sessions

HND101 Customizing IBM Lotus Notes 8
HND108 Virtual Portals in Depth
HND110 End-to-End Web Content Publishing with IBM Workplace Web Content Management
HND201 IBM Lotus Domino Domain (DDM) Monitoring Hands-on
HND202 Using NSD - A Practical Guide
HND203 Mail Routing Mastery
HND207 IBM Websphere Portal and IBM Lotus Domino: Getting Them to Talk to Each Other
HND208 Best Practices to Integrate SAP with Your Collaborative Environment

Track 1 - Futures and Innovations

INV106 The Future of Enterprise Collaboration
INV107 IBM Lotus Notes and Domino: A Look Ahead
INV108 IBM WebSphere Portal Strategy: Platform for Business Innovation
INV109 IBM Lotus Sametime and Beyond...Future Directions in Real-time Collaboration
INV110 The Lotus Software Strategy for Team Collaboration and Document Management

Track 3 - Infrastructure

ID201 IBM Lotus Domino Product Roadmap
ID202 IBM Lotus Domino 8 Administration
ID203 IBM Lotus Domino Database Directions
ID204 Take Control of Your IBM Lotus Domino Directory Infrastructure with Lotus Domino 8!
ID205 An Insider's Guide to New Messaging Capabilities in IBM Lotus Domino 8 and Beyond
ID206 Be the First to Know about IBM Lotus Domino 8 Performance!
ID207 IBM Lotus Domino 8 Directory Deployment to Lower TCO
ID208 IBM Lotus Domino Reliablility & Serviceability
ID209 Administration Process -- Guidelines and Improvements
ID210 Reducing IBM Lotus Domino I/O Costs: Domino 8 and Beyond
ID213 IBM Lotus Domino and IBM WebSphere Portal Administration Integration
ID214 Best Practices for Clustering Performance
ID217 Out of the Box Integration of Portal and Domino: The Domino and Extended Products Portlets
ID218 Protect Yourself with New Security Features in IBM Lotus Domino 8
ID501 IBM WebSphere Portal 6 Technical Overview
ID503 IBM WebSphere Portal 6 - Operational Architectures and Procedures
ID504 IBM WebSphere Portal Clustering
ID505 IBM WebSphere Portal Security Administration and Customization

Best Practices

BP102 Disaster Recovery Planning for IBM Collaboration Software
BP401 Best Practices in IBM Lotus Sametime 7.5 Monitoring and Administration
BP402 Demystifying IBM Lotus Domino and SMTP Messaging

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