7 session(s) found for these Focal Points

Dev06. Extending IBM Verse

Tuesday, May 9 | 09:00 - 10:00 | D. Gorilla 4

IBM Verse now includes a set of extension points that allow third-party application developers to integrate their applications. In this session you will learn how to exploit the currently available extension points. The session will also discuss the IBM Verse extensibility roadmap and what extension points are planned for 2017.

Mark Wallace (IBM) @mewallace

Dev08. Make your application seamlessly integrated in IBM Connections

Tuesday, May 9 | 14:45 - 15:30 | D. Gorilla 4

An well integrated application in IBM Connections is an application that provides the Connections experience to the user. It includes authentication, navigation, look & feel and more. In this session, we'll show you how to achieve this goal, for both cloud and on-premises! All the code presented is open source and the library is delivered though

Philippe Riand (Darwino) @philriand

Jesse Gallagher (I Know Some Guys) @Gidgerby

Dev09. The New Connections Application Catalog - And Why YOU Need it !

Tuesday, May 9 | 08:00 - 08:45 | D. Gorilla 4

Applications will be front and central to the next generation of Connections ... which means you will need a whole new way of managing applications for your organization. The new Application Catalog and Registry will give you all the tools you need to build, locate, share and deploy apps across Connections Cloud. This session will show you how administrators, developers and end-users can work together in different roles to create, categorize, view, tag, deploy, comment, like, and publish a slew of applications, from the very simple to the very sophisticated. See how ISV applications can be published, enabled, subscribed and metered. Learn how feedback can be collected and managed... and check out the cool new user experience that delivers all these capabilities. This is all about apps!

Eamon Muldoon (IBM)

Heath McCarthy (IBM)

Dev22. Domino Next Generation IDE

Tuesday, May 9 | 16:00 - 16:30 | Table 2 Gorilla 1

If a hypothetical application uses Domino only for data and REST services, can we get to a future without Domino Designer? This round-table discussion will gather what the requirements would be and the technical aspects that would be required (e.g. how to create views), deployment and maintenance. The aim is to come up with ideas for a blueprint and inspire the community to build an open-source solution aggressively during the rest of 2017.

Paul Withers (Intec Systems Ltd) @paulswithers

Eme12. Writing intelligent Bots in IBM Watson Workspace

Tuesday, May 9 | 15:10 - 15:30 | C. Gorilla 3

IBM Watson Workspace is the latest addition to the IBM Collaboration Solutions portfolio and offers group messaging with cognitive (Watson) capabilities built-in. As a developer you can hook into the conversation space and extend it as you wish. This session will show you how the API works and walk you through the setup and development of an intelligent bot that listens to what people are saying and can offer assistance when needed !

Steve Lievens (IBM) @steve_lievens

Eme14. "Elementary, Watson!" or: How to unleash the power of IBM's AI

Tuesday, May 9 | 16:00 - 16:45 | C. Gorilla 3

You already now what Watson Services can provide - but are you able to use them in production?
In this session we will discuss and provide Real World examples and how to implement the services in Domino applications.
The focus is on using the 'Natural Language Understanding' features to tag and categorize User Help-Desk calls and filter all kinds of text data to give additional insights of what's going on in your production data.
We will use the Node.js SDK for Watson as Proxy in combination with some a 'legacy' Domino application.

Oliver Busse (We4IT) @zeromancer1972

Str23. Use IBM Connections as integration back end for your team work

Tuesday, May 9 | 13:30 - 14:00 | Table 2 Gorilla 1

IBM Connections offers users great features for working together such as activities and files structured in communities. These team oriented features would be very useful to have in strictly structured applications like sales oriented CRM systems.
Why not enhance IBM Connections with automatically created structures like communities for accounts or activities for sales opportunities?
Why not use the account information and the sales success to automatically tag the IBM Connections’ items?
Why not store production documents of the ERP system inside the IBM customer communities?
There are so many good reasons to enhance or use IBM Connections content by using the API. Considering IBM Connections as a back end for your team work provides you a completely different view on IBM Connections and its richness.
We would like to discuss the best use cases to make the most out of your investment in IBM Connections.

Andreas Rosen (QKom)

Nils Rosen (Qkom)