CEC 2016 Sessions


There will be 6 parallell tracks + deep dive (Sunday, extra charge).

Sunday June 12

12:00-13:00
Conference Welcome Desk open.
13:00-17:00

10A Jun 12, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

Predictive Performance Management

Can the past predict the future? What about the present - right here and now? And if you know the past, and can predict the future, how can you determine the impact to your applications?

Dawn May, IBM

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10A Jun 12, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

IBM i Performance Tools for Application Developers

Dawn May, IBM

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10B Jun 12, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Develop your first Bluemix app

Join us in this hands-on session for learning the fundamentals of building and deploying your application in the cloud with IBM Bluemix. See how to leverage the full capabilities of the Bluemix catalog and utilize the micro services available.

Johan Rodin, IBM

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10C Jun 12, 2016

Courtyard 6

DB2 for i - Big Animal pictures and a trail guide

This extended play session will be led by your safari guide Scott Forstie (DB2 for i Business Architect). Scott will lead you through the database jungle, keeping you safe from creatures of the night and guiding you to safety.

Scott Forstie, IBM

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10D Jun 12, 2016

Courtyard 4

PHP and Mobile on IBM i Deep Dive

Sometimes all you need is an example to get started. And a mobile application written in PHP and jQuery is a really good place to start. Mike will start out with the design and then explore the process of building an online mobile inquiry application using PHP7, DB2, RPG and IBM i until the total solution emerges as a native application running on IBM i.

Mike Pavlak, Zend Technologies

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10E Jun 12, 2016

Courtyard 7

My First Node.js App

Node.js is a hot hot hot technology right now. It can be used for many networking type scenarios including building web applications.

Aaron Bartell

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10F Jun 12, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Foundations in SQL for i

SQL is being used more and more by the RPG programmer. Not only is SQL replacing DDS for defining databases but it is being used extensively within RPG programs.

Paul Tuohy

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15:00-15:15
Coffee Break
17:00-18:00

11 Jun 12, 2016

Lindhagen

Data3 - 50 Year

Celebrate 50 years with us! Join us as we celebrate the Data3 (COMMON Sweden) 50-year anniversary on Sunday 17.00. It will be an evening to remember as Dr. Frank Soltis will share some interesting stories from the past in his usual intriguing manner.

Torbjörn Appehl

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18:30-
Dinner

 

 

 

Monday June 13


07:00-08:00

Conference Welcome Desk open.

08:00-08:45

20 Jun 13, 2016

kungsholmen 1 & 2

IBM i 7.3 New Features Overview

What's New with IBM i: The Latest and Greatest Information

Steve Will

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09:00-10:00

21 Jun 13, 2016

kungsholmen 1 & 2

Opening Session

Opening Session Welcome, COMMON Europe, Exhibitor speed dating, IBM Europe,

Torbjörn Appehl

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10:00-11:00

22 Jun 13, 2016

kungsholmen 1 & 2

IBM i in the Age of Digital Transformation

Steve Will & Alison Butterill, IBM

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11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
11:30-12:15

23A Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

IBM i version 7.3 - New Features Overview

Steve Will, IBM

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23B Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

What's new with the IBM Navigator for i Performance Tasks

Dawn May, IBM

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23C Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

Rainer Ross - On modern IBM i development

Rainer built the super fast hotel search engine www.myhofi.com, based on IBM i, open source and IBM Watson technology.

Rainer Ross, Rainer Ross IT-Consulting

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23D Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Modernize Application development with SQL Services

Did you know that SQL on i can be used to accomplish much more than retrieving data from a table? Over the last several years, the SQL support on i has been extended in such a way that "database" can be used to solve everyday IBM i application needs.

Scott Forstie, IBM

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23E Jun 13, 2016

Lindhagen

System replacement in an entangled reality

Modernization and transformation projects tend to focus on the new system and the new and improved functionality.

Henrik Glimberg, Tieto

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23F Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

Academic Initiative (AI), Students session

AI Round table with Frank Soltis

TBD

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12:30-13:15

24A Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

Security IBM i: You expect that your system is secure, but is it?

A brief review of what is new in security V7.3

Lars-Olov Spångberg, Handelsbanken

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24B Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Manage Work Better with Better Work Management

Dawn May, IBM

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24C Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

WebSockets, IBM i and Watson

WebSockets, IBM i, and Watson

Aaron Bartell, KrengelTech

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24D Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

RPG Tricks and Techniques

RPG Tricks and Techniques

Paul Tuohy, ComCon

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24E Jun 13, 2016

Lindhagen

The world we live in and life in general

IBMi and the IBM ecosystem deliver some amazing capabilities, but believe it or not so does other technological stacks and services. At times overlapping, yes but in other cases not.

Jimmy Sterner, Resurs Bank

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24F Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

Academic Initiative (AI), Students session

AI session with Mrs Gerhardy and Mr. Rother IBM

TBD

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13:15-14:15
Lunch - Vendor Solutions Area
14:15-15:00

25A Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 6 o 7

IBM i Power 8 performance

Morten Buur Rasmussen, IBM

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25B Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

What you need to know when upgrading IBM i (i5/OS) to V7.2 or V7.3

Pete Massiello, iTech Solutions Group

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25C Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

Introduction to Free Form RPG

Charles Guarino, Central Park Data Systems

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25D Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

External User Defined Table Functions – Hidden Secrets

In this session you will learn how to access UDTFs, how to pass parameters to them and how to join them together. You will get a lot of tips and tricks how to create and register external UDTFs for accessing data areas and IFS data.

Birgitta Hauser, Toolmaker Advanced Efficiency GmbH

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25E Jun 13, 2016

Lindhagen

Bringing sexy to IBM i

In this session, Steve Will, Chief Architect for IBM i, will discuss the current direction of IBM i, and will tell you about messages which he has used to “turn the heads” of executives and technologists alik

Steve Will

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25F Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

Demo of Docker on Linux on Power

Demo of Docker on Linux on Power

Kenneth Albinsson, Conoa

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15:15-16:00

26A Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

IBM i Virtualization performance

Morten Buur Rasmussen, IBM

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26B Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Integrated Web Application Server for IBM i - Leveraging Liberty

Tim Rowe, IBM

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26C Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

Application Developer Modernization Jump Start

Modernize, modernize, it’s a word you hear more and more about. With the colossal shifting demands on today’s application developers, how do you keep up?

Charles Guarino, Central Park Data Systems

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26D Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Building Your First App with ExpressJs (Node.js)

Node.js is a hot topic in IBM i circles because of its recent port.

Aaron Bartell, KrengelTech

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26E Jun 13, 2016

Lindhagen

Integrated Team work on an Integrated Platform - The way to success

Mats Lidström, Nice Solutions

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26F Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

Infor M3 on Linux on Power

Infor M3 on Linux on Power

Patrik Gunnersten, IBM

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16:00-16:30
Coffee Break
16:30-16:50

27A Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

From Modernization to DevOps: Faster Value at Minimum Risk

Philippe MAGNE

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27B Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Extend and Enhance your IBM PowerHA Protection

Stephan Leisse, Vision Solutions

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27C Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

Cloud and security

Björn Toller/Jimi Inge, Tieto

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27D Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Free performance monitoring tool for IBM i

Michal Peffek, Xorux

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27E Jun 13, 2016

Lindhagen

Web development made easy. LANSA’s game changer

Jan de Putter, LANSA

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27F Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3 - Courtyard 4

iSecurity från Raz-Lee

Tzion Trabelsi, Raz Lee

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17:00-17:20

28A Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

Mobile, Web, Analytics & Infrastructure: Innovation on the IBM i

Daniel Magid, Rocket Software

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28B Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Planning for Disaster

Session take away: 12 steps to comprehensive DR planning.

Matthew Ashton, Maxava

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28C Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

The secrets behind the modernization at HT Bendix

Niels Liisberg, System & Method A/S

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28D Jun 13, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Go mobile with IBM i and p in Days not Years

Discover a risk free, agile approach to creating fully responsive, mobile ready web interfaces to your entire green screen application stack in a few days. So easy your cat could do it.

Christian Rule, Flynet

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28E Jun 13, 2016

Lindhagen

Integrated Toolset for IBM i Application Lifecycle Management

Hans Beverwijk, Remain Software

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28F Jun 13, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

iSecurity-as-a-Service

Christer Hermansson, Load System

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17:30-19:00
Vendor Solutions Area
19:00-22:00
Dinner Mariott

 

 

 

Tuesday June 14


07:30-08:00

Conference Welcome Desk open.

08:00-08:45

30A Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

The Latest in IBM i Security

Steve Will

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30B Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

IBM i 7.3 Performance Tools - Better than Ever

Dawn May, IBM

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30D Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Time travel with DB2 for i - Temporal tables on IBM i 7.3

With IBM i 7.3, DB2 for i has added a time machine into the database.

Scott Forstie, IBM

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30E Jun 14, 2016

Lindhagen

What's new for RPG in 7.3

Alison Butterill

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09:00-09:45

30G Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Ask the experts

This panel of experts can answer most of any questions there is. Test them!

Torbjörn Appehl

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10:00-10:45

31A Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

HMC, IBM I, FSP, & Firmware: Putting all the pieces together

Pete Massiello, iTech Solutions Group

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31B Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Where can iDoctor help you better understand performance issues

Morten Buur Rasmussen, IBM

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31C Jun 12, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

The modernization of an ERP system

A journey towards a modern ERP system in a busy and successful company. The history of modernization of an existing 5250 based ERP system using the latest technology on IBMi.

Jesper Hemmet Omer

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31D Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Analyzing Recursive Data with SQL

In this session you'll learn how recursive data must be stored in database tables/files and the methods to be used to analyze them.

Birgitta Hauser, Toolmaker Advanced Efficiency GmbH

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31E Jun 14, 2016

Lindhagen

Experiences from an actual application modernization proof of concept project

Åke H Olsson, PDB Datasystem

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31F Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

Fastest SAN storage on the planet!

Fastest SAN storage on the planet!

Christofer Jensen, IBM

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10:45-11:15
Coffee Break
11:15-12:00

32A Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

5 Reason to love your vHMC

In this presentation Steve explains what's new in the latest HMC and Virtual HMC interface and why you might want to use them

Steve Bradshaw, Rowton IT Solutions

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32B Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Practical customer examples where iDoctor helps solving the performance problems

Morten Buur Rasmussen, IBM

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32C Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

Node.js Transacts with DB2 and RPG

Aaron Bartell, KrengelTech

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32D Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Putting the Pedal to the Metal for Web Services on IBM i

You keep hearing about these web service things but are not really sure what they are or why they’re important

Charlie Guarino, Central Park Data Systems

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32F Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

OpenPOWER update and strategy

OpenPOWER update and strategy

Patrik Gunnersten, IBM

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12:15-13:00

33A Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

FlashDisk and external storage - SVC to IBM Power

Is it time to go external storage with IBM i? What about performance? What about reliability? How do I build my solution redundant? Could there be advantages of storage functionalities which also is good for IBM i?

Tore Thon, Pedab Norway

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33B Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Access Your System Today, Tomorrow and into the Future

Tim Rowe, IBM

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33C Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

Embedded SQL - Beyond the Basics

You have been using embedded SQL in RPG. You have mastered the syntax, tried a few selects, declared a cursor, performed an update - you may even have tried some dynamic SQL!

Paul Tuohy, ComCon

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33D Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Tips and Tricks for Data Structures and Arrays

In this session you will learn how to define qualified and unqualified data structures and array data structures and how to initialize them in fixed and free format. You will get a lot of tips how subfields, subfield data structures and subfield arrays can be defined and overlaid. This session will also show you how to sort and scan array data structures and overlaid arrays. 

Birgitta Hauser, Toolmaker Advanced Efficiency GmbH

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33E Jun 14, 2016

Lindhagen

Automating DBE/DBA tasks with DB2 for i Services

DB2 for i has made great strides in providing IBM i Services to access IBM i operating system detail

Scott Forstie, IBM

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33F Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

Linux on Power LC vs L, PowerKVM vs PowerVM osv

Linux on Power LC vs L, PowerKVM vs PowerVM osv

Jesper Bergh, IBM

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13:00-14:00
Lunch - Vendor Solutions Area
14:00-14:45

34A Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

Secrets about IBM Service Request web tool and Technical Support app

Jonas Engvall, IBM

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34B Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Let's Get Mobile - a Hands On Introduction to IBM i Mobile Access

Tim Rowe, IBM

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34C Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

DB2 - Little bit of security

Sven Jansson, Leaseplan

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34D Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Handling the Weird Stuff in RPG Programs

Paul Tuohy, ComCon

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34E Jun 14, 2016

Lindhagen

Get and stay PCI compliant in the cloud – Is that possible?

Björn Toller / Jimi Inge, Tieto

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34F Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

Handle data explosion with Spectrum Scale and Power

Handle data explosion with Spectrum Scale and Power

Christofer Jensen, IBM

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15:00-15:45

35A Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 6 & 7

Things i-Love about 7.3

In this session I aim to give you a run down listing around 10 of the features I love and telling you what they do and why they are useful.

Steve Bradshaw, Rowton IT Solutions

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35B Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 8 & 9

Tips and tricks to improve system performance and save disk space

What can you do to stop the rampant growth of data that’s eating up disk space? How do you improve system performance? Come to this session to find out

Pete Massiello, iTech Solutions Group

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35C Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 1

The "Best Stuff" of advanced RDi Topics

Once you have a solid basic understanding of RDi you will want to attend this advanced session that demonstrates many of the finer points of application development

Charles Guarino, Central Park Data Systems

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35D Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Don’t get confused about Logical Files, Views and Indices!

In this session the differences between the logical file types are explained. You’ll learn how to move business logic into the database by generating SQL views.

Birgitta Hauser, Toolmaker Advanced Efficiency GmbH

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35E Jun 14, 2016

Lindhagen

Development Strategies on Power

In this session, Paul Tuohy discusses the key factors in determining development strategies on Power systems.

Paul Tuohy, ComCon

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35F Jun 14, 2016

Courtyard 2 & 3

Power technical update, news, AIX, Linux

Power technical update, news, AIX, Linux

Jesper Bergh, IBM

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15:45-16:00
Coffee Break
16:00-17:00

36 Jun 14, 2016

Kungsholmen 2

Closing Session

Session to be announced.

Torbjörn Appehl

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