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System i/DB2
iDB05 The Science and Art of Query Optimization for DB2 for IBM i
Presentation — Intermediate

What is the distinction between ‘science and art’ and how does it apply to query optimization? This session will define query optimization and will introduce you to the building block and the strategies that help to define the science and art of query optimization of DB2 for i.

Linda Swan Yes
iDB06 The Science and Art of Indexes and Statistics for DB2 for IBM i
Presentation — Intermediate

On any platform, good database performance depends on good design. And good design includes a solid understanding of indexes and column statistics: how many to build, their structure and complexity, and their maintenance requirements. This is especially true for DB2 for i, which provides a robust set of choices for indexing and allows indexes and statistics to play a key role in several aspects of query optimization. Be introduced to the new DB2 for system i statistics manager and its automatic collection facilities. Understand what indexes are important to the query optimizer for statistics. Be able to determine what columns in a table are the best candidates for new indexes. Understand what types of indexes (binary radix or encoded vector) they should be creating and how they will benefit the queries. Understand how to proactively and reactively leverage database statistics to get the best SQL performance. Understand what new tools are available to analyze your indexing strategy. See the new V6R1 SQL Index capabilities.

Linda Swan Yes
iDB07 IBM i 6.1 DB2 for IBM i Overview
Presentation — Intermediate

Come and find out how the V6R1 DB2 for i5/ OS features can help your i5/ OS databases and applications take a giant leap forward. You will learn how these new DB2 for i5/ OS features such as advancements in the RPG SQL precompiler, Super Groups, Hidden Timestamp columns, and Extended Indicator Variables can be used to improve your applications and to reduce your application development time. You will also not want to miss learning about the self-learning capabilities of the SQL Query Engine and the productivity gains delivered by the enhancements to the DB2 OnDemand Performance tools in System i Navigator. The listed features are just a few of the exciting new DB2 for i5/ OS capabilities being discussed.

Linda Swan Yes
iDB08 Introduction to the Query Optimizer and DataBase Engine for DB2 for IBM i
Presentation — Intermediate

As technology continues to invade all aspects of a company’s environment, the data stored within those systems is becoming an integral asset that will help determine a company’s success. The value of the information stored within the data is lost without a comprehensive database management system to manage and process that data. DB2 for IBM i has just such a management system. This DBMS will allow you to process your data and turn it into valuable information. This session will familiarize you with the architecture of DB2 for IBM i and will introduce you to the Database Engine and Query Optimizer.

Linda Swan Yes
iDB10 DB2 Web Query — Beyond Query 400
Presentation — Introduction

Come and learn about DB2 WebQuery, the replacement product for Query/400. Learn about the new Report Caster, Software Development Toolkit just announced in July and a new Runtime Enablement license that allows DB2 Web Query to be even better price performer. See how you can utilize your entitled licenses to improve the look and functionality of your Query/400 reports. See how you can easily send output to a PDF file or MS Excel, as well as extendyour Query/400 reports with graphing and charts. See how you can use DB2 Web Query to create Dashboards for your executive and easily implement OLAP capabilities over your existing data.

Linda Swan Yes
iDB11 DB2 WebQuery Developer Workbench
Presentation/Demo — Introduction

DB2 Web Query Developer Workbench is a rich client development environment. Developer Workbench includes the advanced report creation tool `HTML Layout Painter`. With Developer Workbench you can create dimensions for your OLAP reports. Advanced programmer tools in Developer Workbench include an SQL Wizard, a synonym editor, the capability to do some data profiling and data quality checking as well as an impact analysis tool. The session will demonstrate many of these features including how to take a six or eight character data field and transform it into a date for use in all your reports.

Linda Swan Yes
iDB50 DB2 Web Query Open Lab
Lab — Introduction

Want to learn the basics of DB2 Web Query? Ready for Performance Tuning? These self paced moderated labs will let you gets your hands on DB2 Web Query Report Assistant, Graph Assistant, Converting and Enhancing Query/400 reports as well as take a performance lab that will reinforce the database tuning techniques using the IBM SQL/Database System i Navigator tools that work well for DB2 Web Query as well.

Linda Swan Fred Robinson No
iDB51 DB2 for IBM i: OPEN LAB
Lab — Intermediate

OPEN Lab: Students will have a list of Self directed Labs to choose from. These will highlight some of the important tools that can be used to monitor and tune DB2 for IBM i operating system as well as general DB2 for IBM i topics. The List of labs to choose from are:

1. Getting Started with System i Navigator.
2. Use Visual Explain to understand basic Table and Index access methods.
3. Identify and resolve performance issues using the new System i Navigator Database Monitor tool. This allows user to illuminate the details of how SQL is performing and analyzing SQL performance problems.
4. Use System i Navigator interface to view and analyze SQL performance using the SQL Query Engine Plan Cache. This new tool allows on demand performance identification and analysis, without having to start a DB monitor and recreate performance problems. Current SQL for a job is also covered in this lab exercise.

Linda Swan Fred Robinson No
System i/PowerHA
iHA01 IASP & Clustering for Dummies
Presentation — Introduction

IASP (Independent Auxilary Storage Pools) and Clustering are fundametal building blocks of IBM Availability Strategies. Ever Been Confused by the jargon? Come to this session to learn about IASPs and Clustering in a non threatening and non technical manner.

Fred Robinson Chuck Stupca Yes
iHA02 BRMS Overview — What Does It Do and How Do I Implement It?
Presentation — Introduction

Backup Recovery and Media Services (BRMS) is IBM’s strategic product for managing your backup/recovery environment along with your media to ensure the safety of your data. BRMS helps you implement and automate your backup strategies, tracks your media, and guides your recoveries. BRMS is also the premiere Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM) solution allowing data archive and dynamic retrieval to and from tape. Come to this session for an overview of the BRMS functions. Learn how to install the product, how to set up simple BRMS operations, and how to review the BRMS reports to ensure all backups ran successfully. All the new and exciting BRMS enhancements in the latest releases (V5R4 and 6.1) will also be covered.

Debbie Saugen Yes
iHA03 Backup/Recovery Strategies Update for IBM i
Presentation — Introduction

A complete backup and recovery strategy is key to any business. Learn what you need to know to update your backup and recovery strategy for Logical Partition (LPAR) systems, Hardware Management Console (HMC), Lotus Notes and Windows Servers, Linux and AIX in a partition, and the use of Independent ASPs. New support for backing up spooled files and performing a backup of the system data in a non-restricted state will be covered. This session also takes you through example backup strategies and the steps needed to recover your system after a system failure or disaster.

Debbie Saugen Yes
iHA04 Disaster Recovery — Be Prepared with BRMS Recoveries!
Presentation — Basic

Performing a successful disaster recovery — whether conducting a test or recovering from a real disaster — is key to any company’s business continuity. Learn the top 10 mistakes customers make when testing or performing a real disaster recovery. The Backup, Recovery and Media Services (BRMS) recovery process will be discussed along with tips, techniques and best practices to ensure your recovery goes as well as possible.

Debbie Saugen Yes
iHA05 Honey I Shrunk My Backup/Recovery Windows! You Can Too!
Presentation — Basic

New hardware and tape technology in combination with software enhancements in BRMS using Concurrent and Parallel Saves, Save-while-active and Online Lotus Server Backups are resulting in huge reductions to backup/recovery windows. New enhancements for Virtual Tape and performing a backup of the system data in a non-restricted state will be covered. Learn how you too can dramatically reduce your backup and recovery windows!

Debbie Saugen Yes
iHA06 What’s New with Backup/Recovery on IBM i
Presentation — Basic

Find out what new things you need to know for the very latest releases (5.4 and 6.1) of IBM i to ensure you have a good backup strategy. Learn what changes need to be made to update your disaster recovery plans. Hear about all the new and exciting changes such as virtual tape and encryption for Backup and Recovery along with the latest and greatest for Backup Recovery and Media Services (BRMS).

Debbie Saugen Yes
iHA09 Virtual Tape on IBM i
Presentation — Introduction

The trade press has made people very excited about virtual tape. Come to this session to learn more about the 2 virtual tape options currently available to IBM i customers: IBM i integrated virtual tape, and the TS7500 Virtualization Engine Family. Find out where their strengths lie, and how they compare to regular physical tape solutions for performance, cost, complexity, etc. Find out where Diligent may fit in the future.

Debbie Saugen Yes
iHA11 Backup Encryption on IBM i
Presentation — Introduction

Many companies now have regulatory requirements or privacy rules demanding that backups be encrypted. Come to this session to review the alternatives available for encrypting backups on IBM i. We will focus on the LTO4 and TS1120 tape drive-based encryption and the new IBM 6.1 Backup, Recovery and Media Services (BRMS) software-based encryption function. Discussions will help you decide which option is right for you and then learn the basics for designing and implementing the solution.

Debbie Saugen Yes
iHA12 i 6.1 Power HA — Overview and Availability Strategy
Presentation — Introduction

i 6.1 Power HA for i is an answer for customers who want a High Availability Solution from IBM. Steve Finnes, the Power HA offering manager will overview PowerHA, provide insights on development decisions and talk about future direction.

Steven Finnes Yes
iHA13 Tape Update for IBM i
Presentation — Introduction

Join us for a smorgasbord of topics related to tape on IBM i: the current IBM tape product line complete with roadmaps for the future, tape media, fibre cards, POWER6 tape support, optimizing tape performance, virtual tape, remote tape, backup encryption, SAN design, and BRMS enhancements. You can then attend the more-detailed sessions on each of this topics to learn the nitty-gritty.

Debbie Saugen Yes
iHA14 V6R1 Journal Enhancements
Presentation — Introduction

V6R1 is chock full of new journal/recovery goodies. If you’re a serious journal user and intend to embrace V6R1 within the next 12 months, this session was designed with you in mind. This session will show you how to respond, resolve and understand the following scenarios: 1. Quiesce applications in order to take a snapshot. 2. More bandwidth and more robust resiliency for remote journal connection. 3. New CRC check for garbled TCP/IP transmissions and lost packets that might be influencing remote journal. 4. A better handle on that subtle, normally-hidden journaling known as SMAPP. 5. Reconfigure your journal environment on the fly in order to help balance the load across multiple journals (without having to close your files to do so). 6. Potentially "stale" data lingering in main memory if you stepped up to the journal caching option. 7. All newly created files automatically fall under the journal umbrella so that no file goes unprotected. 8. A way to estimate journal overhead before putting your toe in the water.

Fred Robinson Yes
iHA15 OMG — i ned i DRP. m i tost? ROTFL!
Presentation — Introduction

A typical text message received from a young IT professional indicated a need for disaster recovery or HA for a system i shop. If you are in this situation, how do you choose from all the options offered by IBM at i 6.1 — Power HA, IASPs, Metro Mirror/Global Mirror, iCluster, the list goes on! Good news — you are not toast! Pick yourself up off the floor, stop laughing and attend this session to not only help you choose, but to learn whats’ new and less expensive with IBM iCluster 5.2.

Mike Warkentin Yes
iHA16 The IBM CBU for i
Presentation — Introduction

The IBM i CBU (Capacity BackUp) system is a popular offering designed to address the economics of building a high availability or disaster recovery solution. We will cover the new CBUs (like the CBU for the JS22) as well as those announced on Oct 7 and we will go through the offering basics with a few examples. If you are planning on deploying a high availability or disaster recovery solution, you should be looking closely at the CBU.

Steven Finnes Yes
iHA50 Enabling Applications for IASP
Lab — Intermediate

Come to this lab and learn how to enable an application for IASPs. IBM i work management knowledge is assumed.

Chuck Stupca Yes
iHA51 Using IBM System Storage for i5/OS High Availability
Demo — Introduction

In i 6.1, IBM i introduces support for IBM System Storage high availability solutions. This session will include a brief discussion of System Storage Copy Services: — Flash Copy — Metro Mirror — Global Mirror — Metro Global Mirror Implementation steps for Flash Copy and Metro Mirror will be shown and demonstrated. By the end of the session, attendees will: Understand the high availability capabilities provided by System Storage Know the different types of Copy Services and how they are used to implement an IASP/Cluster HA solution using System Storage.

Chuck Stupca Yes
iHA52 Disaster Recovery Solutions with IASPs and Clusters -5761-HAS IBM Power HA
Demo — Introduction

IBM i provides functions that support a variety of disaster recovery solutions using IASP and clusters. Solutions that will be discussed are: -Tower level mirroring -Geographic mirroring -System l storage with FlashCopy -Stystem storage with Metro Mirror -System storage with Global Mirror -Load source in System Storagel storage By the end of this session, attendees will be able to: 1. Understand the disaster recovery options available using IBM i functions. 2. Know the IBM System Storage Copy Services available. 3. Evaluate the applicability of each of the solutions to their environment.

Chuck Stupca Yes
System i/IBM i
iIB12 IBM i 6.1 Technical Overview
Presentation — Introduction

The new IBM i 6.1 version (previously known as i5/OS V6R1) provides a wide range of significant enhancements and new functions in the areas of virtualization, storage and availability management, breakthrough Java performance, new support for POWER6™ processors and BladeCenter® and more. Please join us if you would like to become familiar with the major IBM i 6.1 enhancements and also get ‘pointers’ (suggestions) on which conference sessions will dive more deeply into specific IBM i 6.1 areas of interest.

Gerri Passe Yes
iIB14 IBM i 6.1 Upgrade Planning — "Smooth Sailing"
Presentation — Introduction

Are you considering an upgrade to IBM i 6.1? Whether it is several months from now or being planned for next year, please consider attending this session since we’ll be discussing planning tips which should prove useful for your upgrade to IBM i 6.1 (previously known as i5/OS V6R1). In addition, you’ll learn about the on-line upgrade planning resources available to you. Last but not least, after attending, you will be familiar with a useful IBM pre-upgrade verification tool as well as the ‘Top 10’ keys to a smooth and successful upgrade to IBM i 6.1.

Gerri Passe Yes
iIB15 Performance Data Investigator for IBM i
Presentation — Introduction

IBM i 6.1 delivers a major enhancement for managing and analyzing IBM i (i5/ OS) performance data. The IBM Systems Director Navigator for i has a new "Performance" task that includes many traditional i performance tasks. It also has the ability to manage your performance collections. However,the most exciting feature is the "Investigate Data" task, which provides the ability to graphically view your i performance data; Collection Services, Disk Watcher, and Job Watcher data can all be ‘investigated’ through this interface. This session will cover the major features of the "Investigate Data" task and share how to use it to analyze a performance issue.

Gottfried Schimunek Yes
iIB16 Performance Capacity Planning for IBM i, AIX and Linux on Power
Presentation — Introduction

Analytical tools for performance capacity planning were available as part of the performance tools for many years and were based on real time measurements of transactions and corresponding resource usage. Extrapolations done with these tools are extremely precise since measured data are directly fed into the extrapolation model. Also real application code path length and speeds and feeds of hardware and operating system code is used to determine resource utilization and response time ratings. This presentation will demonstrate yet another capacity planning and sizing tool called the Workload Estimator — WLE. We will demonstrate how to use this web based tool for the IBM i (i5/OS), AIX and Linux on Power applications which operates directly on the web or as a download, but is much quicker, easier to use and produces better and more attractive charts and graphs then previous tools. We will go through "what if" scenarios and demonstrate the impact of various hard and software options to throughput and resource utilization.

Gottfried Schimunek Yes
iIB17 IBM i 6.1 Program Conversion Overview
Presentation — Introduction

Did you know that IBM i 6.1 (i5/OS V6R1) became generally available in March with many significant enhancements? Also, have you perhaps heard that IBM i 6.1 will require additional planning due to program conversion? Please join us if you’d like to learn more about this conversion which will enable programs to take advantage of the latest system enhancements. The primary focus of this session will be on the ‘what and why’ of IBM i 6.1 program conversion as well as on an IBM tool that you can leverage today to start analyzing your existing V5R3 or V5R4 systems.

Gerri Passe Yes
System i/Systems
iSY01 New Enterprise Data Centers and Implementing Green Technology with Power 6. This presentation is of general interest to both AIX and IBM i audiences.
Presentation — Introduction

IBM has defined a strategy for the data center. In this presentation we will discuss the building blocks for this New Enterprise Data Center. We will show how IBM hardware, software technology, plus ISV software integrates to produce a highly efficient data center through Virtualization, management and new application technology. We will also overview POWER6 green technology and describe the planning steps to needed to Go Green. Energy Scale technology and Active Energy Manager are technology’s to start on the road of a greener IT infrastructure. We will also show the implementation steps required to use these new functions provided by POWER6 and systems management technology.

Nick Harris No
iSY03 Power 520/550 — hardware/offering details. This presentation is of general interest to both AIX and IBM i audiences.
Presentation — Introduction

If you are someone who has to order and configure (from an ordering perspective) the new POWER6 520/550, this is a must-attend session. This session reviews content announced in 2008 and focusing on the latest announcements. It dives into the hardware components/features, covers product structure insights, provides general configuration suggestions, lays out 9406 migration considerations, and shares some directional insights. IBM i oriented configurations will be the primary focus, but AIX/Linux configuration differences will identified.

Mark Olson No
iSY04 Power 570 — hardware/offering details. This presentation is of general interest to both AIX and IBM i audiences.
Presentation — Introduction

If you are someone who has to order and configure (from an ordering perspective) the unified POWER6 570, this is a great session. This session reviews focuses on what is new in the relaunch of the POWER6 570 starting in April 2008 and continuing through all the latest announcements. It dives into the hardware components/features, covers product offering structure insights, provides general configuration suggestions, lays out 9406 migration considerations, and shares some directional insights. IBM i oriented configurations will be the primary focus, but AIX/Linux configuration differences will identified.

Mark Olson No
iSY05 Power 595 — hardware/offering details. This presentation is of general interest to both AIX and IBM i audiences.
Presentation — Introduction

This presentation provides a great, in-depth background on the POWER6 595 announced in 2008 including the latest announcements. This session covers the new hardware and its offering structure giving any person who has to configure and propose a 595 the knowledge they need, even down to key physical planning insights you will need to consider while ordering. This session is appropriate for personnel supporting either AIX or IBM i oriented configurations.

Mark Olson No
iSY06 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand. This presentation is of general interest to both AIX and IBM i audiences.
Presentation — Introduction

In today’s dynamic world, flexibility is a key advantage. Plus people really like paying for computer resources only when they need it such as paying by day or even paying by the minute. This session digs into how to order, configure, use and bill IBM’s Capacity on Demand offerings for the model 570 and 595 processors and memory. Topics include temporary and permanent activations of processors and memory, contractual requirements, pre-pay or post-pay, how to enable, how to order, and more. This session is appropriate for either AIX or IBM i oriented configurations.

Mark Olson No
iSY07 How to use the new IBM Systems Director for managing Power Systems and Blades
Presentation — Introduction

IBM has recently announced a brand new version of IBM Systems Director which allows to manage all of our Power Systems and BladeCenters as well as xSeries servers. We will cover how IBM Systems Director can be used to manage a variety of different servers and systems with one common web interface.

Gottfried Schimunek Yes
iSY08 IBM i Integration with BladeCenter and System x and What’s New in 6.1
Presentation — Introduction

This session will provide a technical overview of the IBM i iSCSI connection to IBM BladeCenter and System x servers. We will go through the benefits of integrating your x86 servers with you IBM i. We will go through the hardware and software requirements to enable the iSCSI connection from the IBM i to the BladeCenter and System x server. We will cover what’s new for this solution in IBM i 6.1.

Kyle Wurgler Yes
iSY50 Installing IBM i iSCSI Connection to BladeCenter and System x
Lab — Introduction

In this lab, you will go through the steps to create the new software objects used in the iSCSI connection between the IBM i and BladeCenter and System x server. You will go through the installation command used to install the Windows Operating system.

Kyle Wurgler No
System i/Solutions
iSO01 Linux & i: The Power of Linux on IBM i
Presentation — Introduction

The System i and Power Architecture are one powerful punch; but not everything runs on the System i… so along comes Linux. What are you going to do with Linux? Can it run on the System i? Can you depend on it like you do i5/ OS? This session will cover what Linux on Power can do for you and how it can save you money with Integration, Storage Management, and High Availability By the end of this session, attendees will be able to:

1. Understand the value that Linux can bring to a business environment.
2. Understand how Linux on System i works.
3. Understand how they can apply that to their shop.

Erwin Earley No
iSO02 PHP Development API Toolkit and DB2 Extensions
Presentation — Intermediate

Zend Core, the PHP engine for i5/ OS, can be used to support development and deployment of web-based applications that incorporate dynamic content from DB2. This session will explore the DB2 language extensions for PHP. Plenty of code examples and references for further study are…

Erwin Earley No
iSO03 PHP on IBM i Perspective
Presentation — Introduction

Now that PHP is on the System i platform, we can begin to show the benefits of PHP on i5/ OS. The positive aspects of using PHP on i5/ OS will be highlighted. Are there any restrictions with PHP i5/ OS? We will also cover performance considerations and lessons learned by first time PHP users will help new PHP customers familiarize themselves with the prospect of using PHP in their environments.

Erwin Earley No
iSO04 Java Application Performance Analysis and Tuning
Presentation — Introduction

Java Applications are becoming more and more the norm in today’s IT world; they are available on System i as part of a solution or as the complete solution. Although Java applications can be developed on another platform and easily deployed on System i, sometimes Performance issues can arise if the environment and application are not properly tuned. This presentation will demonstrate performance analysis on a Java application. We will show various tools and their output that lead to a resolution of particular performance problems.After attending this session attendees can do their own Java application performance analysis and perform tuning of their Java environment.

Gottfried Schimunek Yes
iSO05 Take control of your business processes: reuse your Power IBM i applications with IBM WebSphere Process Server
Presentation — Introduction

In this session the following topics about leveraging your IBM i-applications to more process driven applications will be explained: How to organize yourself to transfer your current development environment to a more process driven environment. Which tools will you need? And even more important: which skills will you need? The technical possibilities to reuse existing code (for example RPG programs) are probably known, but how to tackle this on a functional level? What can be reused, what cannot be reused? What are the budgets we have to foresee? How to build the business case? For which types of processes can this way of working have added value? We will include some interesting practical examples for existing IBM i environments.

LoQutus No
iSO06 Deploying Open Source Solutions on IBM i
Presentation — Intermediate
Erwin Earley No
iSO07 Setting up a Linux File Server
Presentation — Intermediate

Every data center has a file servers, every IT Manager wants to keep files in a central location where they can back them up and track them, and every CIO wants to save money and cut costs. Many customers use Linux to meet these goals with high performance and low cost. This session will walk through establishing a simple file server for the sharing of files and printers and will then progress into integrating Linux into authentication mechanisms such as Domain Controllers and Active Directory Servers. Methods for replacing domain controllers will also be discussed. This session will provide concrete methods for setting up and/ or migrating file serving within Linux and include live examples.

Erwin Earley No
iSO50 Getting Your Hands on Zend’s PHP for IBM i
Lab — Intermediate

PHP for i5/ OS opens up a new and exciting method for incorporating web-based access to DB2/ 400 as well as the ability to run hundreds of open-source PHP applications that are freely available in the open source community. This lab session provides an opportunity to start down the PHP road by providing a hands-on opportunity to explore PHP. This lab includes lessons in the following areas:

1. Troubleshooting the PHP environment.
2. PHP development in Zend Studio.
3. Accessing DB2 for i5/ OS within a PHP application.
4. Debugging a PHP Application using Zend Studio for i5/ OS

Erwin Earley No
iSO51 Deploying Open Community Applications in IBM i
Lab — Intermediate

Support for PHP and MySQL in i5/OS provides the framework for deployment of a large body of open source applications in i5/OS. This lab will provide you the opportunity to explore a number of open source applications including applications for Customer Relationship Management, eCommerce, blogs, and Wikis. In the lab you will install and configure a number of open source applications to see for yourself that these applications can be deployed unchanged in i5/OS. Additionally the lab will provide you the opportunity to explore a number of open source applications that you may want to consider for deployment in your own environments.

Erwin Earley No
System i/Storage
iST01 IBM i Using DS4000 Storage
Presentation — Introduction

Come learn about using DS4000 storage for IBM i. Learn about the DS4000 product family and functions. Learn how to connect it to IBM i using the Virtual I/O Server (VIOS), including sizing, connectivity, and implementation tips.

Nick Harris Yes
iST02 Attaching IBM System Storage to IBM i — DS6000, DS8000
Presentation — Intermediate

When attaching SAN-based storage to IBM iit is important that the configuration will meet requirements. If planned and configured correctly, SAN-based storage can be implemented without issues arising. This session will describe planning, configuring and attaching IBM system Storage to IBM i. Topics to be covered include: — Performance improvements using Power6 and i6.1 — Performance planning — Allocating storage volumes for IBM i.

Chuck Stupca Yes
iST06 Intro to IBM System Storage for the IBM i Knowledgeable
Presentation — Introduction
Chuck Stupca Yes
System i/Systems Management
iSM01 The Hardware Management Console (HMC) for Power systems
Presentation — Introduction

Gain a detailed understanding of how the HMC fits into the POWER Equation, when and why and HMC is required. Learn how it can allow you you control and manage your servers and the various operating systems running on them from virtually anywhere in the world by utilizing the remote user interfaces. Detailed references are provided that will give you the independance to take full advantage of this powerful user interface. Ensure that you understand how to maintain and manage your HMC as a critical componenet of your data center. Are you aware of the broad range of features that are built into the HMC and all the new features that have been added with V7R310 and beyond.

Nick Harris Yes
iSM03 HMC for POWER5/6 and Console Options Nick Harris Yes
iSM50 HMC LAB — Experience the new V7R3.1 browser based user interface
Lab — Intermediate

Take a tour of the all new browser based user interface for HMC V7R3. Step through the basic HMC setup wizard. Add a server to the HMC managed network and create a partition. Time available to explore the latest features new in V7R3.

Nick Harris No
System i/PowerVM
iVI01 Setup and walk through IBM i V6R1 hosting IBM i on POWER6
Presentation — Intermediate

Have you ever wished that you had the resources to create a partition for development, test, training and so forth. NEW, in POWER6 and V6R1 is the ability for V6R1 to be a virtualized "hosted" client partition. Come an learn just how easy is is to create a hosted V6R1 partition and explore the value of the great new capability.

Nick Harris Yes
iVI04 IBM BladeCenter 101
Presentation — Introduction

You have heard a lot about blade technology, but don’t know much about it. This session will provide an overview of the IBM BladeCenter technology and what value it brings to customers. We will cover the IBM BladeCenter chassis available and what various options there are and how they work with the chassis. We will also highlight the solutions that i5/OS can use IBM BladeCenter.

Kyle Wrugler Yes
iVI05 IBM i on POWER Blades Overview
Presentation — Introduction

IBM i 6.1 introduces the first support for IBM BladeCenter. With blade servers, you can consolidate your IBM System i* and Intel* processor-based servers into a single environment, leveraging the management, space and power savings provided by IBM BladeCenter solutions. This session will provide an overview of the i5/OS support for the IBM BladeCenter JS12/JS22 blade in the BladeCenter BCS/BCH chassis.

Kyle Wrugler Yes
iVI06 IBM i and Power Blade Details
Presentation — Introduction

Come learn the technical details of the new IBM i on POWER blade solution! This session will explain the technologies involved and they are implemented. The discussion will include the areas of hardware configuration, Virtual I/O Server, storage considerations and installing IBM i on the POWER blade.

Kyle Wrugler Yes
iVI07 VMware VI3 on IBM BladeCenter and System x Servers Integrated with IBM I
Presentation — Introduction

Learn the latest news about using your IBM i as a Storage Array for VMware ESX 3.x on a iSCSI attached BladeCenter or System x. We will discuss the solution and the requirements for implementing it.

Kyle Wrugler Yes

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