Here’s an intro to a new blog series I am starting to hopefully take us all through preparing for v10 of the ICS products due out later this year. If you have suggestions for what you’d find useful outside of the things I mention in the video please let me know. I’ll be using the hashtag #perfect10 for this which I’m sure isn’t used anywhere else and won’t lead to any confusion 🙂
Any feedback as to format is welcome. Most blogs will have both slide content and video to match as I thought that the most engaging. I am trying this as a YouTube channel.
I have been working with Alan Hamilton’s NWTL (New Way To Learn) initiative, recording sessions on Verse On Premises and Docker. I’m very pleased that the first of these, an introduction to Docker, is available on the NWTL site as a web recording. If you’re a Business Partner you can register on the NWTL community to access everyone’s presentations here.
Alan has offered for me to share my presentions to a wider non-BP audience on my blog so here is my introduction to Docker aimed at people who would like to understand docker architecture and the work involved to be a docker administrator.
Thank you to Amanda Bauman who recorded this with me
As part of Alan Hamilton’s NWTL (New Way To Learn) initiative, I have recorded sessions on Verse on Premises, the first on Installing and the second on integrating it with Connections. My installation session has been updated into this blog entry for VOP 1.0.1 which shipped today May 8th. I am sharing that and my second presentation which is on how to integrate Verse On Premises with IBM Connections. In my example I use Connections 6 as the instructions are the same as for Connections 5.5 but that isn’t supported by IBM currently to YMMV.
To access all the NWTL sessions if you’re a Business Partner you can register here. Thank you to Amanda Bauman for recording the session with me.