Enterprise Database Architecture
> From: "Carole Rice" <[login to unmask email]>@AICI
> [login to unmask email]
> Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2005 12:50 AM
> To: [login to unmask email]
> Subject: CICS and MQ Seminar Coming to a City Near You!
> CICS and MQ Seminar Coming to a City NearYou
> An Up-Close Look at CICS TS 3.1 and WebSphere MQ V6
> GlassHouse Systems and IBM are teaming up to bring you a technical
> introduction to the latest releases of CICS TS and WebSphere MQ.
> We are very pleased to have two recognized experts to share their
> knowledge and experience with you: Steve Zemblowski from IBM and
> Tony Skinner from GlassHouse Systems. The relaxed setting will
> give you the opportunity to meet Steve and Tony and ask questions
> or discuss the issues that are important to you.
> The day has been scheduled with CICS in the morning and MQ in the
> afternoon. You are welcome to attend both sessions or just come
> for one. Either way you will be getting the highest standard of
> technical education FOR FREE!
> 09:00 - 09:05 Welcome and Introductions
> 09:05 - 09:30 CICS Products Status
> 09:30 - 10:30 CICS Transaction Server
> V3.1 Overview
> 10:30 - 10:45 Break
> 10:45 - 12:00 CICS Transaction Server
> V3.1 Technical Overview
> 12:00 - 12:30 Lunch
> 12:30 - 01:45 Introduction to WebSphere
> MQ V6
> 01:45 - 02:00 Break
> 02:00 - 03:00 WebSphere MQ V6 Technical
> Dates and Locations
> July 11 Seattle 1200 Fifth
> July 12 San Francisco 425 Market Street
> July 13 Glendale 400 North
> Brand Boulevard
> July 14 Costa Mesa 600 Anton
> July 15 Phoenix 2929 North
> Central Avenue
> July 18 Indianapolis 9229 Delegates
> July 19 Chicago 330 North
> July 20 Oakbrook Terrace Two LincolnCentre
> July 21 Milwaukee 411 East
> July 22 Minneapolis 650 Third
> Avenue South
> To register for this free seminar, please visit
> www.lightyr.com/cicsmqevent to enroll; you will receive a
> confirmation once you have submitted your registration.
> Unable to attend? If you can't make it to one of these seminars,
> we would be pleased to discuss some other ways we might be able to
> help you. For example, we could arrange to provide a copy of the
> presentation materials or schedule a teleconference call with you
> and your team to cover the specific topics that are of most
> interest to you. Simply complete the registration form, and we
> will contact you to make the arrangements. GlassHouse is
> compensated by IBM so this valuable service is available to you at
> absolutely no cost!
> CICS Transaction Server V3.1
> CICS----the most successful software product in the information
> systems industry----is new, improved and enhanced.
> Come and hear the very latest news! CICS Transaction Server for
> z/OS Version 3 delivers major enhancements in the area of
> on-demand access to CICS applications, application transformation
> and enterprise management. Support for Web Services, new HTTP
> functionality including outbound support, more OTE exploitation,
> improved inter-program data transfer, CPSM WUI usability and
> security enhancements are just a few of the significant new
> functions in this version.
> WebSphere MQ V6
> WebSphere MQ, the de-facto industry standard for reliable,
> cross-platform messaging that underlies IBM's Business Integration
> Broker and Workflow products, recently celebrated its 10th
> anniversary. In June, version 6 becomes available on z/OS,
> Windows, iSeries, and a range of UNIX variants including AIX,
> HP-UX, Solaris, and Linux, with support for more platform types to
> follow later in the year.
> Come to this session to hear about all the new functions and
> enhanced features, including: cross-platform administration using
> the new Eclipse-based GUI tools on Windows and Linux; monitoring
> enhancements and statistics gathering; IPV6 support and SSL
> enhancements; data compression for increased channel capacity;
> integrated JMS, Publish/Subscribe, and FTP support...
> We are proud to inform you that Steve Zemblowski will be
> conducting the CICS session. Steve is from IBM's Advanced
> Technical Support organization and provides technical support for
> CICS Transaction Server and the CICS Tools. Recently Steve has
> supported the early introduction of CICS TS V3.1 by developing and
> delivering worldwide education to beta customers and business
> Skinnerwill present the MQ session. Tony provided technical
> marketing and early installation support for MQSeries across
> Canadain the 90s, when he worked for IBM. He has worked with many
> IBM customers on system design and implementations involving MQ
> and related products. Most recently he has been helping clients
> implement high availability MQ solutions, and plan for migration
> to V6 from earlier versions of WebSphere MQ.
> Carole A. Rice
> GlassHouse Systems Inc.
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