Information On Demand (IOD) is in full effect in beautiful Las Veagas, Nevada (airport code: LAS).
Tiffany Winman has a good summary with all sorts of great links on the IBM Software blog.
The conference has already yielded one new announcement (IBM Adds Optimized Analytics Systems to x86 Line) but for details on the day-to-day I default to Todd "Turbo" Watson's blog for the lastest in news and releases.
We are using the Twitter hashtag #iodgc (the gc is for "global conference").
For those that physically in the building, be sure to stop by the booths listed below that are showing service management solutions.
Booth 602-07 IBM Tivoli Security for zEnterprise
Tivoli Integrated Service Management on System zEnterprise provides effective a single-point of management, regardless of domain, application or complexity. These demonstrations highlight how to: Manage heterogeneous environments as a single entity to provide flexibility and value for the business.
Booth 602-08 IBM Tivoli Integrated Service Management for zEnterprise
IBM Tivoli Security for zEnterprise solutions help to centralize and automate the security management of mainframe and consolidated Linux for System z environments. It includes Tivoli zSecure, Tivoli Security Management for z/OS, and Tivoli Identity and Access Assurance, which helps clients manage risk, reduce costs, demonstrate compliance, and address complexity.
Booth 702-07 IBM Storage and Security Solutions
eMail Archiving with CCDA-IA, DB Archiving with Optim-IA, TSM clients (B/A, HSM) with IA and IBM Tivoli Data and Application security — protects data and applications via auditable content-aware access controls, fine grained entitlements and encryption key management, providing an end-to-end protection of sensitive data in enterprise storage.
If you're not there, I recommend checking in regularly to the IOD home page and checking out some of the livestream videos (live and archived) as well as the additional materials that will be posted during the week.
If you have additional resources for the conference that you're using, please feel free to place them in the comments section below. There will also be a few wrap-ups in the IOD-related commmunities here on ibm.com.