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This month, we have a variety of exciting opportunities open to IBM Tivoli Application Dependency Discovery Manager customers and Business Partners.
June 10: Video opportunity
On June 10, IBM is filming videos at Pulse Comes to You in Chicago. Would you like to share how TADDM helps you meet your business objectives in a short video? See examples of other customer videos on our IBM Service Management on YouTube.
Contact Michelle Lowe | firstname.lastname@example.org
June 17: Collaborative innovation
On June 17, the TADDM team will have its second TADDM Community Sensor day where TADDM developers, services, and best practices teams will spend a day with you to write new sensors for your environment. See the new TADDM sensor for discovering TADDM configuration data.
Contact Mike Mallo | email@example.com
TADDM v7.2 beta program
IBM is looking for volunteers for the TADDM v7.2 beta program. Are you a customer or IBM Business Partner who would like to install the beta code in your test environment and provide feedback to development on the new release? IBM will provide you with beta code, draft documentation, education via web conferences on new features, and support via an on-line discussion forum.
Contact John Irwin | firstname.lastname@example.org
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In this cartoon short, Cartman leads the South Park gang down to the Rational Software Conference in the Sunshine State to - well - pick a fight with some techni-brains over the virtues of incrementally adopting model-driven software development and then skinny-dip in the famous fish fountain in the Walt Disney World Swan Hotel.
“The intersection of his brain and reality is the null set,” conclude the over-achieving smarties from Ascendent and iRis before they drop him like he’s hot.
I suppose cartoons don’t have to worry about a Cheesy Poof per diem and travel expenses, but if you’re living
If you are going to RSC, be sure to check out the Tivoli sessions listed below, which detail how we’re building a Dynamic Infrastructure through IBM Service Management to integrate development and operational life cycles in the new Smarter Planet.
You can get the full scoop from Al Zollar, General Manager, Tivoli Software, when he delivers the keynote address on June 2. But watch out for South Park shorties cracking crass jokes in the breakouts, diving for coins in the fountains, or unifying their backends with Jazz at Jelly Rolls.
Bridging Development and Operations - IBM Brand Collaboration across WebSphere/Rational/TivoliSSDP
Sunday May 31
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Breaking Down the Barriers between Development and Operations
Al Zollar, General Manager, Tivoli Software – Executive Summit
Monday, June 1, 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Design Successful IT Deployments Using the New Deployment Architecture Platform in IBM(R) Rational(R) Software Architect
Monday, June 1, 11:30 am - 12:30/1:00 pm
Daniel Berg, Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM
Michael Elder, Advisory Software Engineer, IBM
Day 2 General Session: Real Innovation in a Smarter Planet
Tuesday June 2 8:30
Al Zollar, General Manager Tivoli Software – keynote
Enhancing the Application Life Cycle With IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager
Tuesday, June 2, 11:15 am - 12:15/12:45 pm
Todd Kindsfather, Product Manager, IBM
Get Your Silicon Design Right The First Time
Tuesday, June 2, 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm
Bret Bailey, Consulting IT Specialist, IBM - Global Solution Center
Alex Baran, Worldwide Sales, Rational Electronics Industry Solutions, IBM
Introduction to IBM(R) Rational(R) Asset Manager
Tuesday, June 2, 3:30 pm - 4:30/5:00 pm
Carlos Ferreira, Product Manager, IBM
Gili Mendel, Development Manager, IBM
1+1=3: Build and Deploy Automation from Integrated IBM Tools
Wednesday, June 3, 4:15 pm - 5:15/5:45 pm
Chip Davis, IT Specialist, IBM
IBM Service-Oriented Architecture Strategy: Making It Real
Wednesday, June 3, 4:15 pm - 5:15/5:45 pm
Andrew Sweet, Director, SOA Strategy, IBM
Case Study: Four Quality Obstacles Solved with IBM(R) Rational(R) Quality ToolsQM
Thursday, June 4, 9:45 am - 10:45 am
Russell Stanley, Principal Quality Management Engineer, Trinity Software Solutions
IBM Service-Oriented Architecture Governance and Service Lifecycle Management Technical Strategy Update
Thursday, June 4, 9:45 am - 10:45 am
John Falkl, IBM Distinguished Engineer, IBM SOA
Jon Richter, Portfolio Manager, IBM SOA
Can Web 2.0 Really Develop a better breed of Internet Application Tools
Thursday, June 4, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Renzo MacLennan, Systems Intergrator, UNISYS
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What is the “Ask
the Experts online Jam”?
During our Ask the Experts Online Jam session we include products such as ITM, ITCAM, SMCz, OMEGAMON, NetView for z/OS, most Netcool products, Tivoli Service Request Manager, CCMDB, TADDM, and products in the area of security, storage management, and asset management, and more.
Here's how it works in brief:
Step 1: A member has a question – usually fairly technical.
To participate in the jam session, you must be a registered member of the TUC. Please register now
Pulse Comes to You Luncheons
As a Tivoli User Community member, you’re also invited
to attend a special Tivoli User Community networking luncheon at the Pulse Come to You events in
As a Tivoli User Community member, you’re also invited to attend a special Tivoli User Community networking luncheon at the Pulse Come to You events inCharlotte (June 4)
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Yesterday, I was among 150 other IBMers at the "Tour of Tivoli" at the IBM site in Tucson (see photos). Hosted by Laura Sanders, VP of IBM Tivoli Development, the Tour provided demos of Tivoli Service Management technologies that "make sure our customers can deliver what they said they’d deliver within the time and cost they said they could deliver it," as Laura says.
Basically, the tour functioned as an internal state of the union talk where Laura reaffirmed the vision of Tivoli to lead in the Service Management industry by delivering innovative solutions for building and managing a Dynamic Infrastructure that strongly contributes to IBM's initiative to build a smarter planet.
The activities of the day reinforced this vision in very concrete ways by providing educational sessions and product demos of how Tivoli technologies directly contribute to building a dynamic infrastructure and smarter planet. The scope of the demos covered asset management, storage, security, business resiliency, energy efficiency, information architecture, quality assurance, integration, cloud computing, and virtualization.
The vice presidents of development on Laura's team each developed very creative videos explaining the scope and mission of their organization. Dabbling in edutainment, they used concepts from James Bond, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, American Idol, the Geico Gecko, and Johnny Cash to compete for best video. They were all hilarious and very educational at the same time.
Many IBMers tweeted about the experience using the #tivtour hashtag. See the Twitter Search for #tivtour on Twazzup for a running stream of related tweets and photos. The Tivoli Tour runs at many IBM locations this week and in Brazil on May 29. So you can expect to see more Twitter conversations in the near future. You can view a combined pool of photos across the various geographic locations by viewing the Tour of Tivoli 2009 group on Flickr.
I particularly enjoyed the tour because I had a chance to visit with Raj Subramaniam (@ibmstorage on Twitter) and speak with IBM Distinguished Engineer Tom Clark, the Chief Architect of IBM Storage Software, about future innovative storage solutions that will address cloud computing, dynamic information architectures, and the use of new solid state disk technologies. I also had a chance to get a sneak preview of IBM storage archiving solutions that will hit the market in the near future. I could tell you more, but then I'd have to kill you. ;)
While I was in Tucson, I also had the opportunity to interview two IBM experts on solutions they were demoing:
TSM Fastback video: Alistair Symon, Director of IBM Tivoli Storage Software Development, on IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Fastback (See product information)
Cloud and TSAM video: James Damgar, IBM Software Engineer, on IBM Tivoli service Automation Manager (See product information)
Externally, IBM is sharing much of the same information with the public via two key venues:
For IBM employees only: Below is a list of internal links to key Tour of Tivoli resources: