It’s hard to describe how well the Engage conference is organized and how fabulous the event is. Engage is the place where many good people gather, who gave me the opportunity to learn from them, and over the years many of them became my friends. Therefore, it is something special for me to present at Engage, and for that, I am thankful and honored.
My colleague and dear friend Martin Leyrer and I talked about Domino and TOTP, below you can take a look at the slides we have used:
We have also recorded our session, sorry for the bad audio. You can take a look at the recording below:
Make sure to register for the “How to Make Domino Deployment and Monitoring Radically Easier” Webinar taking place tomorrow at 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CET.
Join this session to learn how to create a controlled, efficient Domino deployment (regardless of where you want your servers) powered by Panopta, our new partner. You’ll learn how to get complete visibility of your Domino servers’ key health metrics in easy to use dashboards, ensure the right person is notified in case of any health or performance issues, and solve problems with automated remediation instead of manual intervention. And, with much of the configuration done out of the box, you’ll learn how to get this all up and running quickly!
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The optimism, high hopes and anticipation for the Domino v10 was clearly not missing at the Bleed Yellow Party, the night before the official Domino v10 Launch event. The party was fully booked, and I really liked the event. Having everybody, people from IBM, HCL and Domino Enthusiasts, under the one roof before a big event like this felt great. A big thumbs up to DNUG for organizing this.
The Domino v10 Premiere was held at the Kap Europa Congress Centre, look at the entrance:
Pretty neat if you ask me.
After the overview of the v10, Luis Guirigay showed us what is possible with Domino 10. Integration of Domino Applications with Office365, which looks great by the way, new features in IBM Verse on-Premises, Notes Client on Apple iOS (remarkable how good and clean this looks), “Webinized” Domino Applications with Teamworkr (which will be part of the Domino offering) and Domino Integration with Watson Workspace, Slack and Microsoft Teams.
And then some slides with features for the Administration and Maintenance.
With IBM Domino/Notes 10 Beta 2 released recently, I am extremely excited about the new version. I think that Domino and Notes was never at better health, we have many new features announced, many off them implemented in the Beta version and the marketing has gotten a lot better.
If you are interested about the new features and the Domino and Notes roadmap, feel free to contact me. Look, I also have my first IBM Badge to brag about it. 😉
I am also very happy for being allowed to be present at the World Premiere of the Domino V10 in Frankfurt on the 9th of October. There will be a live-stream available of the event, so make sure you registered.
Two weeks ago, Benedek Menesi from Ytria held a cool Webcast about GDPR considerations in a Domino environment. This makes it clear that IBM Domino allows you to tackle a variety of challenges and GDPR is no exception.
You can watch the recording under the following URL:
As of 08.03.2018, the APNS Certificate used by Traveler 22.214.171.124 will expire and will not be valid anymore. For everybody who is running Traveler 126.96.36.199 this is a good time to update to a newer version. The current version of IBM Notes Traveler is 188.8.131.52.
You can also update the certificate files, as Detlev described in his blog post.