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									Session ID          Session Title/Level

             WebSphere Decision Server
             combining Business Event
HoL1
             Processing and Business Rules
             management



             Business Process Management 7.5
HoL2
             Usage Lab




HoL3         ILOG Getting Started Lab




             Using exTremeScale as a Write-
HoL4
             behind cache




             Troubleshooting Masterclass with
HoL5         Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for
             Java Lab Session




             WebSphere Cast Iron TIPs
HoL6
             (Template Integration Projects)




             Experiencing the power of
HoL7         WebSphere Datapower SOA
             Appliance XI50 as an ESB




             1)WebSphere Transformation
             Extender - Optimizing for
HoL8         performance
             2)WebSphere MQ File Transfer
             Edition
        Dynamic Endpoint Lookup and
HoL9    runtime governance using WSRR
        and WESB




        1) Overview of IBM Workload
        Deployer and Virtual Application
HoL10
        Patterns
        2) Cast Iron
                                                                      Abstract
The WebSphere Decision Server brings together Business Event Processing (BEP) and Business Rule Management (BRMS) to address the
emerging decision management market. The intent of WebSphere Decision Server is to allow our customers a flexible ap-proach for building
solutions which require the ability to detect event-based patterns and then use this to determine precise decision responses in areas such
as risk, fraud, promotions, and prioritization. Thereby, empowering Line Of Business users to manage and improve decisions allows them to
optimize decisions about resources, risk or value delivering business alignment, compliance and transparency.
This lab explores real usage of the new Business Process Management V7.5 and how to use the WebSphere Technology Adapter 7.5 using
IID,WPS and WESB7.5.
         The purpose of the lab is also to introduce and provide hands on experience with the use of new tools in IBM BPM V7.5 such as, the
IBM Process Designer (previously Lombardi Authoring Environment) and the IBM Integration Designer (previously WebSphere Integration
Developer)
          This lab is beneficial for those who are involved in Business Process Development using IBM Process Server, IBM Integration
Designer, IBM Process Designer and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus.
The Getting Started tutorial helps you to take your first steps with IBM® WebSphere® ILOG® JRules, subsequently referred to as ILOG
JRules or simply JRules. It includes an introduction to business rulesand detailed instructions that leads you through the process of creating
a JRules-powered application.
            This tutorial is for project architects and developers. A knowledge of Eclipse is helpful (workspaces,
perspectives, views). If you are not familiar with Eclipse, go through the short Eclipse Hello World tutorial.
Using exTremeScale as a Write-behind cache
This lab will take audience through the processes involved in setting up WebSphere eXtreme Scale as the Write-Behind Cache for a sample
application. Participants will be guided on how to use eXtremeScale as the cache between the Application and Database. Also various
scenarios like Database failure can be tested.
Expected Audience: WAS Administrators , Architects and InfraStructure Specialists with some java programming Knowledge
Troubleshooting issues such as OutOfMemoryErrors, Performance problems and various exceptions are a common task for anyone
developing or deploying an application. This lab will give you a chance to get hands-on with the IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for
Java, and to use them under the guidance of some of the experts from the IBM team to learn to diagnose these common problems types.
What will audience walk away with?
1. Hands-on experience of using IBM Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Java for troubleshooting Java applications
2. Expert Hints and Tips on diagnosing common problems
3. Information on how the Tools can help speed up application development and deployment"
With the WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud Integration it is possible to integrate SaaS and on-premise applications in days. Template Integration
Projects (TIPs) are pre-packaged solutions which provide a powerful integration between two endpoints without any coding. Come and see
how Template Integration Projects are being used to capture best practices and accelerate the configuration and deployment of critical
integration projects. Audience will be taken through a sample TIP download/customization using Salesforce.com endpoint, test run it, and
will get to know some of the Best Practices of TIPs development.
IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances represent an important element in the holistic approach of IBM to service-oriented architecture
(SOA). IBM SOA appliances are purpose-built, easy-to-deploy network devices that simplify, secure, and accelerate your XML and Web
services deployments while extending your SOA infrastructure. These appliances offer an innovative, pragmatic approach to harness the
power of SOA. By using them, you can simultaneously use the value of your existing application, security, and networking infrastructure
investments.
In this hands on lab session we will try to explore the important capabilities of Datapower by developing an end to end process flow.
Integrating with database and securing a web service at the back end server. We will also work with the out of the box monitors in XI50. In
just two hours duration audience will experience the power of this box.
1)WebSphere Transformation Extender - Optimizing for performance- In this lab you will learn the tips and tricks to optimize a WebSphere
Transformation Extender map.
The lab will demonstrate the following
Best practices to be followed when designing /developing a map.
Method to identify the performance inhibitors.
Step by step approach to remove the performance inhibitors and how to change them to get optimized performance.
2)WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition - This hands-on lab allows new users who are interested in WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition
(FTE) to experience using the product. Typical activities include provisioning a file transfer end-point, initiating one-off file transfers as well as
learning how FTE can integrate with your existing systems by monitoring for the creating of new files and launching programs to process file
data when it arrives at its destination.
An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) built in WebSphere ESB, can be strengthened by using WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
(WSRR) to make the ESB more dynamic and adaptable.
In this lab you will learn how to integrate WebSphere ESB and WSRR to realize the benefits of a more dynamic and flexible ESB by building
mediations that show the integration points between the products.To address issues such as operational challenges when a service version
changes or the service moves locations, increase in number of services , new versions of the
service coming up it is increasingly difficult to decommission a service version or even find out who is using the service.
An ESB and service registry working together are core to build a dynamic SOA enabling ESBs and WSRR to select endpoint dynamically, to
govern changes to the services , new
services (delivered by ESB) can be published (in WSRR)for lookup and reuse by consumers.

In this lab, you will learn:
How WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository work together to provide a dynamic ESB solution,
leading to increased business agility while
also allowing for better capacity planning for service consumption.
How to create mediations that use the EndpointLookup, SLACheck to access data stored in WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
that can be used to make mediation logic more
dynamic and flexible.



1) This demo will cover an overview of IWD and its basic features and also demonstrate how to create and bring up applications quickly
using Virtual Application Pattern.
2)
             Prerequisite




WebSphere Process Server 7, WESB and
Websphere Integration Developer




Basic knowledge of WebSphere cast Iron




Audience should have basic knowledge of
SOA framework and Enterprise Service
Bus functionality.




1)Entry Skills
Good hands on knowledge of WebSphere
Transformation Extender.      2)
Knowledge of WMQ
Experience of developing mediation
modules in WebSphere Integration
Developer
Understanding of Web services and
WSDLs.
Basic knowledge of WebSphere Service
Registry and Repository
Session ID   Level          Session Title


BPM01        Intermediate Rapidly Developing Agile Process Applications


                            Introducing IBM Blueworks Live: The Better Way To
BPM02        Introductory
                            Do Your Job



                            Migration patterns from WPS V7(or earlier) to BPM
BPM03        Intermediate
                            7.5 advanced



                            Business and Technical Value of IBM Business
BPM04        Intermediate
                            Process Manager



BPM05        Introductory   IBM BPM For Agile Human-Centric Processes




BPM06        Introductory   ILOG BRMS and WebSphere




                            BPM (WPS) Integration with Enterprise Asset
BPM07        Intermediate
                            Management System (IBM Maximo)



                            Extending the visibility of BPM solutions using IBM
BPM08        Introductory
                            Business Monitor



BPM09        Intermediate IBM BPM 7.5 Technical Deep Dive


BPM10        Introductory   WebSphere ILOG Technical Architecture Overview




                            Business Process Management and Advanced Case
BPM11        Advanced
                            Management Integration




                            Bringing Together Events Detection and Rules-based
BPM12        Introductory
                            Decisioning with WDS


BPM13        Advanced       IBM BPM Performance Best Practices
BPM14   Introductory   What's New and BPM 7.5 architecture overview.




BPM15   Intermediate Best Practices for Designing IBM BPM Architectures




                       End to end Service Lifecycle Management ( WSRR
BPM16   Intermediate
                       ALE and Tivoli CCMDB integration)




                     What Can WebSphere ESB and Service Registry Do
BPM17   Intermediate for Me? - WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
                     Registry Edition




BPM18   Advanced       Use Case Driven SOA / BPM Security Explained.



                       Using Event Processing to Dynamically Adjust
BPM19   Intermediate
                       Human Centric Business Processes



                       Build a process app ground up in one hour using IBM
BPM20   Intermediate
                       BPM 7.5 Standard edition

                       IBM BPM Industry Packs v7.5 - Overview of Banking,
BPM21   Introductory
                       Telecom and Healthcare Pack


BPM22   Introductory   SOA Governance Case Study




BPM23   Advanced       Selling The Value of BPM Across Your Organization
Abstract
This session teaches core modeling skills & best practices that will enable you to better define your processes with business stakeholders
and improve the speed of implementation. Work with business stakeholders to capture high-level business activities and create a single view
of business problems, business goals, opportunities. Create a process model that can be understood by business and implemented by
developer.
 In this session, explore the features of IBM Blueworks Live. IBM Blueorks Live helps you discover, design, automate and manage your
business processes in the cloud. Blueworks Live enables users to collaborate on process improvement, and enables automation of ad hoc
processes that are currently performed manually.
This intermediate level presentation on Business Process Manager offers deep dive into the migration patterns. Learn how to plan a
migration. Learn how to migrate existing Process Server based investments into the new Business Process Manager Advanced edition
product from IBM. Understand the migration terminology, methods and types. Compare and contrast the methods. Learn the runtime
migration tooling offered in the product. Learn the best practices and hints with respect to migration. At the end of the session audience will
learn the migration methodology from Process Server to Business Process Manager.
In this session discover the Business and Technical Value of IBM Business Process Manager. This includes the key differentiating factors
with respect to other BPM products in the market. We will be speaking about implementing enterprise wide BPM Using Business Process
Manager with respect to the current business transformation challenges . During this session, IBM® Business Process Manager simulation
and optimization features will be covered as well.
IBM BPM provides comprehensive process management for a broad range of processes - from human centric processes to integration
centric processes. Come learn about the exciting innovations in IBM BPM in 2011 for managing human centric processes. We will provide
an overview of the architecture and discuss how to rapidly develop and deploy page-flows, coaches and human services, and use IBM BPM
to rapidly create and effectively manage agile human centric processes.
Business rule management systems provide a variety of value propositions and can be used in customer solutions in a variety of ways.This
session provides an overview of common patterns that can be used in various customer solutions. This session talks about various Decision
pattern like the validation pattern, enrichment pattern, classification pattern and various types of integration patterns which includes Web
Serives - Hosted Transparent Decision Service, Web Services - Monitored Transparent Decision Service, J2EE Synchronous patterns like
EJB, POJO and J2EE Asynchronous patterns like MDB etc.This session also talks in detail regarding the integrations available between the
WebSphere suite of products & ILOG BRMS for bringing automated decision making in the solution.
IBM® WebSphere® Process Server is a business process integration server that has evolved from proven business integration concepts,
application server technologies, and the latest open standards. The IBM Maximo V7.1 Asset Management System manages an
organization’s assets throughout its life cycle - from requisition to retirement. This session provides the overview of integration between BPM
(WebSphere Process Server) and Enterprise Asset Management System IBM Maximo. The session is divided into two sections. The first
half is devoted to generally available techniques to integrate WPS and Maximo. The second half focuses on inbound transaction and
outbound transaction.
IBM Business Monitor V7.5 (formerly IBM WebSphere Business Monitor) is cross-process, cross-system business activity monitoring (BAM)
software.IBM Business Monitor provides end-to-end business process and activity monitoring along with dashboards representing insight
that can be used in process optimization. Learn how we can combine IBM BPM and IBM Business Monitor to monitor metrics, business
situations and events in real time
In this session, discover the new features in IBM BPM 7.5 advanced edition with respect to the common process repository and the
advanced service integration capabilities available for developing process applications. We provide a demonstration of the IBM BPM 7.5
advanced edition, the authoring tools, advanced integration scenarios and federated task lists supported in IBM Business Space.
This session will cover the technical overview and architecture behind the capabilities of WebSphere ILOG Architecture and components
behind the working of ILOG.This will also address the concepts of Business Rules definition and management techniques.
Business process management revolves around optimization of a process to improve business results whereas case management focuses
on the optimization of the outcome of individual cases. The WebSphere Business Process Management feature pack provides functionality
to combine your business process management capabilities in WebSphere BPM with case management capabilities in IBM Case Manager
Let us consider the scenario of the Regional Passport Seva Kendra in India where issue/renewal of passports is manually done.Moreover
the application and other related documents need to be kept secure and be made available to selected team/officials. This results in a lot of
delay to process the application as there is lot of paper work. It was also a burden on the passport office to maintain huge records of all the
applicants. With IBM Case Manager each passport application will be tracked as a case and all the documents related to the case will be
stored electronically in Filenet P8 content management system. Business processes will be employed during verification and status tracking.
Automating the process at the Passport Office will enable speedy distribution of passports. Moreover storing the documents (scanned
application form,address proof,photo,marriage certificate etc) as soft copies in the content management system will enable easy retrieval of
This session will unleash the effective benefits of combining the Events based solutions and the rules based solution for the enterprise. The
session will also cover the need and involvement of decision making with existing business process and core systems. This will also cover
the enterprise practices on the rapid growth of business based on event processing.
As you build your BPM infrastructure to support large scale applications, performance considerations should be one of the important
considerations. Join technical leads from the BPM performance team for an update on performance improvements with the latest releases of
the various IBM Business Process Management products.
IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) V7.5 is a comprehensive and consumable business process management platform that provides
visibility and management of your business processes. It includes tooling and run-time for process design, execution, monitoring, and
optimization, and is specifically designed to enable process owners and business users to engage directly in the improvement of their
business processes. IBM BPM provides a highly integrated environment that scales smoothly and easily from initial project to enterprise-
wide program, IBM BPM is designed to be easy to deploy and use straight out of the box or in an easily customizable configuration, helping
to provide rapid time to value and improved user productivity.
IBM BPM supports the most stringent requirements in terms of supporting numbers of users, scalability etc. This session will introduce you
to the best practices for designing BPM topologies and walk you through the implications of these designs. The scenarios include the
topology ranges from a trivial (Single JVM hosting all the components ) to the complex (clustering multiple services/components)
independently and layering them across the BPM Cell. This session will help you optimise your BPM topology to create a robust
 WebSphere and support your stakeholders.
infrastructureService Registry and Repository (WSRR) is one of IBM’s core products/offering in the SOA space. It enables the organisations
to realize a better ROI on its SOA investments and helps to establish service lifecycle management, providing both design-time and run-time
governance capabilities. WSRR is designed to provide support during different phases of the SOA life cycle and makes it easy to quickly find
and utilize the right service at the right time. As a master metadata repository for service description, WSRR focuses on metadata describing
functions, requirements and semantics of services.WSRR enables IT companies to publish, find , enrich, manage and govern the services in
SOA. WSRR acts as a catalyst for increased business agility by providing features such as policy enforcement and auditing , security ,
service lifecycle management and plays an important role in end to end governance underpinnings of a SOA life cycle. The presentation
will cover these features of WSRR and also introduce some of the new features which are a part of the recent 7.5 release. These include
enhancements to WSRR Studio and the Business space, enhanced search and query facilities, improved user experience in install, upgrade
and migration, support for human centric work flows which enable advanced and flexible governance approval scenarios, enhanced reporting
The existing dynamic nature of business calls for Business Agility as a key determinant of success. However, organizations have to deal
with challenges around heterogenous environments and multiplicity of protocols and data formats. Tight coupling results in inflexible systems
which restricts the organization's speed to respond to changing situations, thereby hindering Business Agility. WebSphere Enterprise
Service Bus Registry Edition (WESB RE) is a flexible connectivity infrastructure for integrating applications and services and a key enabler in
Dynamic SOA. The WESB RE offering enables a quick integration of applications and processes and affords an increased visibility and
control for insight into your SOA. It combines the connectivity offered by the Enterprise Service Bus with the Governance capabilities of the
Service Registry and Repository to enables the organisation to realize a better ROI on its SOA investments. This presentation will dwell into
the features provided by the WESB RE and highlight the fundamental services and connectivity options that it supports like mediation
support, protocol conversion, format conversion and enterprise QoS support. It will further illustrate the capabilities of the Service Registry
Security in Service Oriented Architecture and Business Process Management is always a challenging subject. It requires deep
understanding of various security methodologies and technologies to achieve the security. Secured IT is a mandatory NFR for any business.
This session provides a use case centric approach to understand, as an Integrated Enterprise how security is achieved. The session also
discusses various IBM tools offering and out of the box capabilities.
This session will review the capabilities of WebSphere Lombardi Edition (now IBM BPM 7.5 Standard) and WebSphere Business Events,
identify how and where they may be used together, and explores how we can leverage these technologies to build next-generation
applications for today's ever-evolving and increasingly complex business requirements.

The purpose of the lab is to introduce IBM BPM 7.5 Standard Edition. In addition to providing an introduction, this lab will also give you an
understanding of the IBM BPM 7.5 Standard Edition development "experience" as you perform a build-from-scratch exercise using the
Process Designer. It will introduce you to building human work flow using essential BPM capabilities and how to use the debugging features.
It will also briefly touch on Snapshots (versioning). The lab sections and steps will illustrate the value of IBM BPM 7.5's Shared Model
Architecture. Process Manager Industry Packs include specific packs for the Banking, Healthcare, and Telecom domains that can be used
The Business
to create BPM Solutions.
This session will cover the SOA Governance case studies. The session will cover the SOA architecture components aligning towards the
SOA governance and it's roadmap.
The session will also cover the importance of SOA governance as part of enterprise management. The session will discuss the alignment
towards the enterprise vision, process and IT system using IBM SOA Governance solution.
Why do some organizations achieve dramatic business impact with BPM while others fail to get the desired leverage out of their BPM
platforms? IBM`s most successful customers have learned to how to leverage BPM to improve their organizations ability to implement and
manage strategic change at the day-to-day process execution level. Learn from powerful customer case studies that illustrate how to
successfully transition from implementing a successful BPM project to programmatically leveraging BPM as a business change accelerator.
Research based insight will be provided in the context of a repeatable framework that will enable your organization to better understand how
best-in-class organization overcame challenges to unlock BPM value.
Track ID   Level          Session Title

                        WebSphere Application Server Migration
AI01       Intermediate OR WebSphere Application Server
                        Migration - Planning and Best Practices




                          What's New and Notable in WebSphere
AI02       Intermediate
                          Application Server V8




                          WebSphere Application Server Top 10
AI03       Intermediate
                          Performance Recommendations.




                        Mobile Application Development with Web
AI04       Intermediate 2.0 and Mobile Feature Pack for
                        WebSphere.




                          JVM Tuning for WebSphere Performance -
AI05       Intermediate
                          Theory and Practice




                          Supercharge WebSphere with Rational
AI06       Intermediate
                          Automation Framework




                        WebSphere Virtual Enterprise -
AI07       Intermediate Implementation Details and Lessons
                        Learned


                          Itegrating WebSphere eXtreme Scale to
AI08                      Boost the Value of your WebSphere
                          Solutions




                          Choosing the right messaging provider for
AI09       Intermediate
                          WebSphere Application Server
                      99% High Availability with WebSphere
AI10   Intermediate
                      Application Server.




                      Understanding Java Runtime Memory
AI11   Basic
                      Management for WebSphere deployments




                      Modular & Dynamic OSGi Applications in
AI12   Basic
                      WebSphere Application Server




CC01                  IBM Cloud Strategy and Offerings

                      WebSphere Cloud Technologies: Helping
CC02                  you reduce costs & deliver new services that
                      help the business grow




                      Simply Deploy and Manage On-Premise
CC03
                      Clouds - IBM Workload Deployer V3
CC05   Cloud Computing Case Studies
Abstract
Migrations are on the cards as enterprises started migrating from earlier versions of WAS to WAS v7. This session will review the
approach to migrating enterprise applications running on prior versions of WebSphere Application Server to WebSphere Application Server
V7. Session will highlight potential pitfalls in migration and how to plan version migrations based on field experiences in India and
illustrated by case studies. You will learn about the availability and use of migration tools and ease of migration. Checklists for Pre-
Migration and Post Migration activities will also be covered.
This session will introduce you to the the latest version of WebSphere Application Server. It
will cover new features and improvements in WebSphere Application Server V8 including a detailed
look at support for the new Java EE 6 programming model. It will also cover the broad programming
model support including the integration of the Apache Aries container for OSGI Applications and integration
of other feature packs. It will also cover new features for installability, monitoring and High Availability as
well as improvements to the integrated tooling and application server performance.
Performance of Web based applications is a critical aspect and has a direct impact on business. It is very important to understand all the
factors which impact Performance of Web applications. This session provides an overview of top 10 performance recommendations for
applications running on WebSphere Application Server. These recommendations have been derived from various customer experiences
over last few years. Attendees will also learn some of out-of-box performance monitoring tools, as well as some of latest performance
problem determination tools. We will also be discussing application design and development best practices for high performance. Come
learn about potential performance issues under high volumes and recommendations to resolve them, so you can handle and prevent them
in your business!
 The session deals with mobile application development using Web 2.0 and Mobile feature pack. The audience will be enlightened with
features and services provided by the feature pack for fast and efficient mobile application development. Through application building
blocks on client as well as server side and through rapid application development tools, the audience will be able to develop and deploy
mobile applications in a never-before manner. The scope and range of mobile applications supported by WebSphere will also be
explained.
Not all workloads are created equal. Different applications use memory in different ways and thus can benefit from different garbage
collection strategies. The IBM® Java™ Virtual Machine (JVM) has always supported several different Garbage Collection policies to
support various types of applications. At the same time, hardware is evolving and software must adapt to make better use of it. In IBM
WebSphere® Application Server V8 the default garbage collection policy uses both generational and concurrent collection strategies. This
presentation provides a brief description of the garbage collection policies available in the IBM JVM, along with a guide for configuring the
new default policy.

 Rational Automation Framework for WebSphere (RAFW) provides an extremely powerful framework for managing complex middleware
environments. With over 900+ actions already supported, RAFW comes with an incredibly broad set of functionality to automate and
manage installations, maintenance, configuration and application deployments tasks for WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere
product family. This session outlines the product functionality and the exciting enhancements just delivered in the product that include the
consumability improvements for existing WebSphere cells, augment mode, promote mode, integration with the IBM Workload deployer
(WebSphere Cloudburst Appliance). Come and see how you can benefit from this relatively new product in the Rational stable to provide
consistency, governance and uniformity to your complex and growing IT environments.

Come to this session to discuss WebSphere Virtual Enterprise use cases and best practices and how they apply to your environment.
You'll learn how this product is being used today and get specific recommendations on how to take advantage of the features of
WebSphere Virtual Enterprise.

This session presents the process, challenges, benefits and best practices in integrating WebSphere eXtreme Scale (WXS) and the
WebSphere DataPower XC10appliance with WebSphere stack middleware products includingWebSphere Application Server, WebSphere
Commerce, WebSphere PortalServer, WebSphere Business Events and Rational Jazz-based products. WXS provides a powerful, elastic,
high-performance solution for scalability issues through caching and grid technology. The session will also provide in-depth coverage of
WXS infrastructure concepts including grid clients and servers, the grid catalog service, zone support, and scalability sizing


In today's world, Messaging Oriented Middleware plays a vital role for exchanging information between various heterogenous applications
running within and outside the WAS environment. For customers wanting to use messaging in WebSphere Application Server, they have
an option to choose different messaging providers and think of a choice between WebSphere MQ or Service Integration Bus. WebSphere
MQ and SIBus are strategically positioned such that it offers customers the right choice of messaging depending on their business needs.
This session deep dives into explaining the primary differences between SIBus and WebSphere MQ, at the same time understanding how
both of them can co-exist enabling greater flexibility and interoperability.
Many Indian customers from banking, Financial markets, Telecommunications and multiple other domains need >99% availability for their
business applications, Even a minute of downtime could lead to business loss and damage the brand image. WebSphere Application
Server is one of the most commonly used middleware in these solutions. WAS provides a number of HA related features. WAS cluster is
extensively used to provide active/active HA. However if these features are not deployed correctly, the solution availability may suffer.

In this presentation, we will explain
a) how to determine the Solution HA requirement,
b) How does the solution HA translate to WAS HA.
c) Load balancing topologies for servlets, EJBs and messaging engines
d) How to deal with back-end system failures?
e) The life of a transaction during failover and recovery in an active/active WAS cluster.
f) Relationship between performance and HA in WAS.
g) The best practices in monitoring and reporting HA.
h) This presentation will also cover WAS latest features with respect to HA.

When running a WebSphere application there is memory used for both the Java objects created by the Java code, and memory used by
the underlying Java Virtual Machine (JVM), This session will provide you with an understanding of the memory usage of the Java
application and the JVM, the relationship between the two, and how to monitor and size application deployments correctly on different
platforms

The presentation will discuss tools to monitor the Java and Native Heaps, dwell on 32 bit versus 64 bit deployments, scaling
considerations and introduce the compressed references technology

This session looks at the Feature of OSGi Applications in WAS v8. We’ll start with a review of some common problems experienced with
JavaEE application deployments to understand WHYthis feature has been introduced. And we’ll look at HOWOSGi and JavaEE have
come together over the last two years in Standards, open source and WebSphere.

OSGi Applications and Java Persistence API 2.0 makes JPA technology available on the WebSphere V8 Application Server. Java
Persistence API 2.0 (JSR 317) is a member of the JavaEE 6 family of specifications. This presentation gives a technical overview of the
new features in JPA 2.0 and also covers some common practices for troubleshooting JPA related issues.

OSGi defines a dynamic module for Java. It introduces some simple and yet powerful concepts to Java which eliminate each of the
shortcomings of traditional modularized systems. The key notion
introduced is the “bundle” as the modular unit and the platform architecture is based upon bundles as the unit of deployment.

Getting started with OSGi applications, Blueprint components and services, OSGi Service registry and JNDI, EBA, OSGi & SCA
integration are among the other details covered in the session.



This session will cover the full list of WebSphere cloud and virtualization offerings, as part of a broader set of cloud technologies from IBM.
We will also discuss how WebSphere cloud offerings can help companies reduce costs, deliver new services that help the business grow
and achieve breakthrough agility. This session is a precursor to any cloud session that dives deep into our technologies.

IBM Workload Deployer V3.0, previously known as IBM WebSphere Cloudburst Appliance, dispenses and manages IBM middleware to
virtualized servers and private cloud computing environments. There are two styles of patterns managed by Workload Deployer:
"Topology patterns," which are customizable patterns of IBM middleware packaged as "Hypervisor Edition" images. This familiar class of
pattern has been available since WebSphere CloudBurst V1.0, but has become more dynamic in Workload Deployer V3.0. When IBM
WebSphere Application Server Hypervisor Edition Intelligent Management Pack is enabled in a deployed environment, users may enable
automated elasticity to allow patterns to grow and shrink without manual input.
"Workload patterns," which contain all IT components needed to run a certain type of workload. This type of pattern is less customizable,
but is designed to meet the needs of common use cases with very little modification. As such, workload patterns offer a much more cost-
effective way of deploying and managing suitable applications.
IBM Workload Deployer delivers value in several ways by helping to:
Lower costs.
Increase agility and reduce time to value.
Increase repeatability and reduce costly errors by allowing you to customize environments once, capture them, and redeploy them at the
click of a button.
Provide a physically secure hardware appliance.
Manage users and groups and their access.

IBM Workload Deployer is targeted for on-premise production, staging, development, and test environments, and can also serve as the
foundation for hosted software-as-a-service environments.
Kyle Brown
Session prereqs

Knowledge on Java/J2EE, WebSphere Application server on
distributable platforms. Infra Architects , Solution Architect ,
Solution Designer , Leads



This session requires that attendees have a basic knowledge of
Java and Java EE technology as well as Java EE Application
Servers.




Candidate should have basic knowledge of WebSphere
Application Server and some of basic understanding of
Performance.




Audience must have a fair knowledge on javascript and a
passing one on Dojo.




Pre-requisites: None : Session Classification : Intermediate




Basic knowledge of WebSphere Application Server or any of the
WebSphere product family.




None




Expectation: Infra Architects , Solution Architect , Solution
Designer , Leads




Basic knowledge on WebSphere Application Server, Service
Integration Bus and WebSphere MQ
The audience would benefit from the session largely if they
a) have a need for High Availability for their solution
b) Basic understanding of High availability
c) Basic understanding of their application and its topology




None : Session Classification : Basic




Knowledge of JavaEE application development, modularization
and deployment. Knowledge of basics of JavaEE services.
Waiting for Kyle Brown to confirm.
Session No   Level          Title




MC01         Introductory   WebSphere Message Broker and Message Queues




                            Accelerate, simplify your integration for universal
MC02         Intermediate   connectivity using WebSphere Message Broker
                            V7002



                            Implementing EBICS with IBM Sterling B2B
MC03         Intermediate
                            Integrator




MC04         Intermediate   Simplified Messaging using WebSphere MQ v7




                            Implementing Effective Service Orchestration Using
MC05         Advanced
                            DataPower in Banking Domain.




                            B2B Solutions with the DataPower XB60 Appliance
MC06         Intermediate
                            (IMPACT 2011 - Richard Kinard




                            New and Enhanced Capabilities of WebSphere MB -
MC07         Introductory
                            REST and more
                      Title : Innovative Elastic Caching Solutions for your
MC08   Intermediate   ESB : WebSphere eXtreme Scale & Datapower
                      XC1




                      Smarter Healthcare solutions by IBM WebSphere
MC09
                      Message Broker Connectivity Pack for Healthcare




MC10                  WebSphere Application Adapters for SAP




MC11                  IBM WebSphere Message Broker




                      MQTT – Extending WebSphere MQ beyond
MC12
                      enterprise messaging
Abstract
Performance engineering in WebSphere Message Broker and Message Queues – an EAI solution case study
In enterprises with complex solutions which comprise of multiple backend systems, middleware and front ending applications, there are
many challenges in integrating the systems "end to end" and producing a single interface to the end user. To address this need, we have the
Enterprise Application Integration solution used as an integration framework comprising of products on WebSphere stack such as
WebSphere Message Broker which bridges multiple components with one another.

The performance aspects of Enterprise application is a crucial domain because if the integration framework is performing slowly, then the
end to end performance is affected. Going by the saying, "a chain is as slow as its weakest link", Application Integration Framework
becomes a vital component in terms of performance to achieve good response times across the solution.

This session will address the performance engineering methods implemented at customer locations which includes gathering performance
objectives, analyzing Non functional requirements, approach to preparing workload models, performance testing, challenges faced in
achieving the objectives, solutions and tuning done for the same.

This session thereby intends to present a detailed and holistic view of performance engineering life cycle in Enterprise Application
Integration, specifically catered towards WebSphere Message Broker and Message queues.

The session will also empower the technical audience with performance monitoring tools required to analyze WebSphere message broker
product performance,role in service oriented architecture. As the organizations exploit various integration options for the ESB
WMB plays a critical analyze message flows, code review and profiling aspects.
implementation, the file-based systems integration and Event based Database coordination becomes one of the critical integration
technologies.

In this session you will learn about Event based database integration that keeps your external system synchronized with a database. You will
also learn about the built-in support for file processing including the support for an embedded WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition (FTE).
This session also discusses on some of the common WMB usage patterns, latest WMB announcements, including details on what's new in
Electronic Banking Internet Communication Standard (EBICS) is an open standard, state of the art, secure standard which provides a multi-
bank capable, secure communication via the internet. This protocol provides a means for corporate clients & banks to send payment
instructions to a several banks in a safe and cost effective manner. EBICS provides highest security with encryption at the transport and
application layer. In this session we will go through how banks can use IBM Sterling B2B Integrator to implement EBICS capabilities.
Simplified Messaging using WebSphere MQ v7
WMQ a key product from IBM's ESB & Message Oriented Middleware portfolio, and enhances the consumability & market reach with its new
technology offerings for seamless integration of applications on multi-platforms across heterogeneous networks. This session introduces all
the latest enhancements to the WebSphere MQ product family. This will start with a brief summary of the changes in WebSphere MQ v7 and
then focuses on interfaces made available in version 7.0.1 and beyond like High Availability(Auto reconnect, multi-instance qmgr, queue
sharing groups). Session also introduces few emerging technologies from WebSphere MQ(like IBM Message Service clients(C & .NET),
HTTP Interface for WMQ, SAM,MQTT,WMQ WebServices support and Service definitions).
Service Orchestration is a powerful technique of combining several services, running within and across enterprises, to achieve desired
results. The Application that acts as service orchestrator has the ability to control
- How to fan out the request from the client
- What services to call
- How to fan-in the responses, prepare a consolidated response to the front end.
Orchestration can be done in two ways.
- Serial orchestration - Implemented as unicast solution, where the participating backend applications are invoked one at time, to handle the
request.
- Parallel orchestration - Implemented as broadcast solution, where the participating backend applications are invoked simultaneously, to
handle the request.

In SOA, connectivity entry point is implemented using ESB pattern. WebSphere DataPower XI50 is hardware implementation of the ESB
In this session we will look at the B2B portfolio in IBM, each product in B2B portfolio delivers differentiated capability. B2B Appliance XB60
will be the focus area of this session, which is B2B hardware for simplified deployment, exceptional performance and hardened security . In
addition we will look at some of the B2B Patterns supported by XB60
Abstract:
In the web services world, REpresentational State Transfer (REST) is a key design idiom that embraces a stateless client-server architecture
in which the web services are viewed as resources and can be identified by their URLs. RESTful interactions are enriched by Web 2.0
Technology, helps simple implementation JavaScript Object Notation “JSON”. WebSphere Message Broker provides Universal connectivity
supports wide range of protocols including Web Service with REST protocol.

In this session we will discuss Enhanced capabilities of WebSphere Message Broker in implementing WebSphere - REST along with i.
Connectivity with Service Registry and Repository, ii. Monitoring and Auditing.
Abstract : In this session you will learn how elastic caching solutions provided by WebSphere eXtreme Scale and DataPower XC10
appliance can be integrated with your Enterprise Service Bus as a side cache to reduce costs, improve response time to clients and boost
total system
Smarter Healthcare solutions by IBM WebSphere Message Broker Connectivity Pack for Healthcare. With the momentum on IBM's Smarter
solution to different Industries, it becomes imperative to understand about the technology behind such solutions. The WebSphere Message
Broker Connectivity Pack for Healthcare delivers support for clinical application integration and operational management for healthcare
environments. It minimizes clinical risks and improve quality of care by making patient information available where you need it, when you
need it, and in the format you need it in.

Includes out-of-the-box connectivity and time saving patterns for healthcare providers seeking to integrate clinical applications based on
HL7.
- Routes, transforms, and customizes content between different systems and applications.
- Provides extensive message logging and reporting to allow operational management of clinical applications.
- Provides easy on-ramp to a robust, scalable, and high-performance integration solution.
- Builds on the functions offered by WebSphere Message Broker enabling flexible and extensible connectivity between many types of
applications running in the healthcare environment and beyond.

Abstract:
This presentation covers the overview of WebSphere Adapter for SAP including the architecture, enterprise service discovery and SAP
terminologies. The presentation has also provided information on transaction and security.
Case Study: In this section will walk through customer case studies involving SAP adapter.
End objective of this presentation is to create awareness over WebSphere SAP adapter to the technical audience. Providing in depth
knowledge over the set of supported interfaces through which one can connect with SAP application and the elegance of ESD.
Title: Optimized integration solution for connecting enterprise systems
National highways connects and integrates the entire nation. Similarly ESB ( Enterprise Service Bus) connects and integrates various
processes, systems and applications in an Enterprise. National highways needs to have the capacity to support all the vehicles coming and
leaving throughout its pathway. Similarly ESB needs to have the capacity to handle all the transactions flowing through it. Therefore
performance, scalability and availability of ESB is very critical. In this presentation we will cover how WebSphere MQ, WebSphere Message
broker were used to build high performance and highly available ESB for large telco customers in India ( Bharti and Idea).
In this session, we will explain
a) How to determine/gather the volumetric?
b) Various approaches for capacity planning for WebSphere Message Broker
c) Designing the deployment topology for required HA requirements
d) Message flow design best practices for performance
e) Performance benchmarking strategy & Performance tuning of Message brokers
f) How to analyze the performance issues of WebSphere Message Broker
We will also walk through the journey we travelled in defining the performance targets for ESB, writing the technical transaction map,
performance testing ESB, finding bottlenecks and fixing them and lessons learnt from the engagements
WebSphere MQ has recently been enhanced with the MQ Telemetry feature to enable vast numbers of devices to connect from the edge of
the network. Inter connectivity is one of the key aspects to enabling smarter working and a Smarter Planet. As computing devices get
cheaper, smaller and more powerful, the traditional view of messaging clients is changing, and the boundaries of messaging networks are
being pushed further and further. There is a need to get messages to and from new kinds of client devices: from terminals and small server
devices, through hand-held devices like smart phones and PDAs, down to sensors, and tiny embedded devices.
This session will give you an introduction to the lightweight MQTT protocol and its importance. This session will also provide you detailed
information on the new Extended Reach feature of WebSphere MQ and will explain how to configure WebSphere MQ to use the MQTT
protocol and how devices can connect directly to WebSphere MQ queue managers.
Track ID   Level                      Session Title

WI1        Insurance                  IBM BPM Adoption @ BSLI




                                      Multichannel Transformation (McT) using WebSphere BTT in
WI2        Banking
                                      Banking Domain




                                      Delivering value across industry verticals through IBM's Integrated
WI3        Manufacturing, Oil & Gas
                                      Information Core




WI4        Banking                    Enabling Optimization of Business Processes in Banking
WI5   Airports        Smart Airport Enabler - an IBM Solutions Framework for Airports




                      Demystifying Reference Semantic Model (RSM): Model Driven
WI6   Manufacturing
                      Industry Solution




                      Manufacturing Execution System (MES) to Automate and Monitor
WI7   Manufacturing
                      the Business Processes of Chemical Processing Industry
                   Create new value services for mobile devices for
WI8    Telecom
                   Telecommunication providers with IBM solutions




WI9    Insurance   Insurance Smart Claims with Fraud Detection




WI10               Multi-channel commerce for Retail Industry
Abstract
This case study will focus on adoption of WebSphere Process Server by BSLI for their business process requirements and describes how
BSLI benefited.



Objective:
 Develop a Platform for Mobile Banking using WebSphere products
  Create a Single Window channel for Microfinance and Enhance Front Office Modernization
Solution:
   Single Integrated Platform for Mobile Banking and M-Payments
   Multi Channel (WebSphere) Bank Transformation Toolkit
   Universal Usage: Low and Smart Phones
   Zero disruption & SAAS based solution
About WBTT:
Websphere banking transformation toolkit (WBTT) is a development tooling and runtime environment to develop and host multi-channel
applications on Websphere application server platform. The WBTT's framework promotes code reuse in the development of applications.
Most of the common tasks have been simplified and is absorbed into the BTT framework to relieve developers from doing mundane tasks.
Capabilities of WBTT:
    1)In built support for building channels - Web 2.0, Rich Client Platform(RCP) applications, SMS
    2)extended to work with other IBM production like Webpshere Poral, ESB, Process server, Lotus expeditor, Mobile portal accelerator etc.
    3)Visual modeling for business flows and presentation flows
    4)promotes code resuse
    5)in built basic ESB like functionality to map input-to-output message formats
    6)A mature product with a long list of global customer reference
Value proposition of BTT:
 * Accelerates time to market by leveraging pre-built application structure and components
 * Promotes the delivery of consistent services across all retail banking delivery channels
 * Enables an aggregate, customer-centric view of the bank, enabling cross-selling of products and services
 * Promote ease of use by simplifying programming model and improving development tools
 * Minimize the long term customer migration costs by leveraging WebSphere and standard components
 * Decreases total cost of ownership through reuse, reduced training requirements and a flexible channel application infrastructure
Advantages of AIM product portifolio in MEP project:
   1)Web and SMS channels were exposed using BTT as development tool and runtime.
   2)MEP can be extended to other channels like WAP, on device applications in future.
   3)Eclipse based user friendly tooling to build channel applications for faster development cycle


The WebSphere Integrated Information Core (IIC) product enables integrated real-time visibility across oilfields, pipelines, refineries,
manufacturing plants and other assets enabling operational leadership to visualize and act upon crucial operational data and events. IIC
integrates and consolidates applications between operations management and intelligence systems to enable real-time collaboration and
communication between plant-floor systems and other enterprise-wide applications. IIC is primarily based on WS Process Server, WS
Business Events, WS JViews and JRules.

The framework has been deployed at a diverse set of customers in India and across the world– from batch manufacturing to management of
oil fields to intelligent water management; in each instance truly making the customer’s operations smarter than before. This session would
provide the audience with in-depth details on the business problems addressed at these diverse engagements, and how the IIC based
solution has made a difference.

The speakers have in many cases been leading these IIC engagements for our clients so the session will cover first hand insights from them
to help the audience understand the various pain points being addressed for our clients, how they were solved, the benefits and the lessons
learnt from these engagements.
BPM is a key enabler for financial services customers to manage volatile situation due to market regulations, M&A, disruptive customers
expectations and competitive pressure. This combined with the need to expand beyond traditional channels and product offerings for new
business opportunities drive the urgency for transforming customer-facing processes, such as Account Opening, Claims Processing,
Customer Service, Integrated risk management, etc.
IBM's BPM offering enables smart banking processes while providing actionable visibility required to respond quickly to changing market and
customer needs.
“An Aviation Standards based methodology, corresponding set of standard airport operating procedures, complemented by a highly
configurable integration layer applicable to one, or more airports in a single instance, offering information based services to its customers,
whilst at the same time eliminating IT vendor dependencies ”

Typical Challenges in Airports :

Increased workload and stress caused by last minute change of stand for ATC, Ground Handling crew and Airport Ops
Unnecessary fuel burn, waiting for Parking Stand, causing loss for airlines
Arrival delays resulting in customer dissatisfaction
Missed service level agreements for the Ground Handlers and airport performance indicators (e.g. first bag and last bag)
ATC have no indication of the amount of delay and this can hinder planning of apron movements and lead to missed take-off slots

Benefits of SAE :

Airport operations are a well-coordinated, monitored, managed set of processes.
Process collaboration is seamless across organizational boundaries
A single accurate version of shared information is available to all stakeholders
Processes are monitored end to end and can be evaluated in real-time to be sure they are meeting expectations
Exceptions to normal process behavior are detected, responses are automated
SOA based architecture results in loosely coupled IT systems that are easily integrated, change is simplified and less expensive, agility is
enhanced

WebSphere Products Positioned :

WebSphere Message Broker
WebSphere Process Server
WebSphere Business Monitor

RSM provides a meta-model that can be used by manufacturing companies (process industries, oil & gas, automotive, aerospace, etc.) to
connect the operational and business information throughout the enterprise. Information generated at various levels often misses the context
for others to consume it. Getting the context of the information coming from different domains/levels is complex and challenging. “Model
driven Industry Solutions” is the modern way of solving the context problem. Reference Semantic Model provides model for a given Industry.
It is an integral part of WebSphere IIC based solutions. The session also uses a case study to explain how RSM harmonizes the entities
coming from different standards by defining the associations and relationship between them to build smarter solutions.


Session description
This session gives the overall picture about the IBM Information Integrated Core product features and the real time solution implementation
of Chemical Business Processes integrating with various systems such as Siemens Batch Server, Weigh Bridge, SAP Modules (MM –
Material Management, QM-Quality Management, PP – Production Planning, PP-SFC – Shop Floor Control), Serac Packing Machines, and
Other Systems). This session also covers the multi-plant approaches using IBM IIC product with mixed of External Systems.

This session also covers few demo of IIC product core model called Relational Semantic Model (RSM) sample, and Solution Videos of one
of the Customer. This Session focuses Manufacturing Process Industry, Oil and Chemical Industry.

This solution is IBM’s first implementation of Manufacturing Execution System (MES). The solution is based on the IBM SOA Foundation
using RUP-based process for SOA development and governance.
Session information
Learning objectives:
• The business and technical value of IBM IIC
• IBM's IIC Solution Architecture
• IIC programming model and standards
• High Level Solution Integrations
o SAP Modules
o Siemens Systems
o Monitoring OPC (OLE for Process Control)
• High Level MES System Solution using IBM IIC.
Tablets and mobile smart devices like iPads and iPhones have created a new demand for value services from Telecommunication providers.
Consumers wants access to new services and information immediately from their devices, be it from their smart tablet or smart phone. Find
out how IBM help Communication service providers to empower their prepaid subscribers by exposing and fulfilling the services in an
industry standard way for integration with apps on mobile devices using an IBM websphere software solution customized for the
Telecommunication and Telemedia Industry.


This solution Framework demonstrates and provides an reusable platform based on WebSphere Family of products for Insurance Claims
processing. It starts with a Web2.0 UI for claim entry (FNOL) and allows different users to interact with system for claim processing.

After Claim Entry this shows power of combining Rule based Fraud Detection with analytics to arrive at a appropriate claim processing path
to increase both Efficiency of Claim processing as well as accuracy and efficiency of Fraud Detection in Insurance claims.

This reusable asset and demo is built on WebSphere Family of products along with components that are based on Analytics and Web2.0 UI.


In the face of a radically transformed economy, retailers are under pressure to retain and build customer loyalty while at the same time
cutting costs and streamlining operations. Their success will require innovative business models that rely on real-time insights to meet
customers’ changing demands and expectations. Using IBM WebSphere Commerce, retailers can implement a cross-channel strategy,
enabling their customers to have a consistent experience across all channels. The IBM WebSphere Commerce leverages state of the art
technologies, solutions and processes including Mobile Commerce, Social Commerce, Buy Online and Pickup In-store (BOPIS), Endless
Aisle and Store inventory visibility to provide seamless experience to their customers.

								
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