Adabas-Natural Workshop (No Fee)
Software AG is offering a day of Adabas and Natural workshops as part of your Innovation World registration.
Join us on Monday, October 13 for a full day of networking with your peers and technical training as you learn how to best leverage your investments in Adabas and Natural.
Learn from the Experts!
|8:30 am - 9:30 am||Maximize your Adabas Performance
In this intensive, DBA-oriented session Jim Poole, well-known Adabas expert, will cover the latest in Adabas 8.3 features, exploring the how and why, the techniques involved and the performance factors. Speaker: Jim Poole - Verizon
|9:30 am - 9:45 am||Break
|9:45 am - 10:30 am||Single Sign-On for Adabas-Natural
Deborah Goltra will discuss Natural RPC’s impersonation feature to facilitate the convenience of single sign-on capability for Adabas/Natural environments. Impersonation involves sending the web client userid to the mainframe for authentication in batch or to CICS Natural RPC servers to take advantage of existing mainframe security definitions. Speaker: Deborah Goltra – Xerox/State of Texas
|10:30 am - 11:15 am||Saving Mainframe costs with zIIP
For customers on the IBM System z mainframe, the zIIP processor allows substantial savings by offloading general processor CPU to zIIP. In this presentation, State of Minnesota’s Geoff Wells will discuss installation and enablement of the zIIP Enabler for Natural and how to show CPU cost savings. Speaker: Geoff Wells – State of Minnesota
|11:15 am - 12:00 pm||Continuous Modernization to Improve Business
Travelbasys uses a wide range of Software AG products including Natural for AJAX and Adabas/Natural on the Linux platform. As a market leader in Europe the main focus is on quality and speed. Get a sense of how you can leverage your Adabas/Natural investments with a best in class web approach and save costs by re-hosting from a mainframe to a Linux environment. Speaker: Ingo Brandes – Travelbasys
|12:00 pm - 1:00 pm||Lunch|
|1:00 pm - 1:45 pm||Easy Re-hosting from Mainframe Adabas-Natural to Windows
Dave Denbow will describe the US Bureau of Indian Affairs’ story of re-hosting of an important Natural/Adabas application from an IBM mainframe environment to an open platform, such as Windows 2008 R2. The session focus will be on pre-migration considerations, the re-hosting effort and lessons learned during the process. Speaker: Dave Denbow – Valdez/US Bureau of Indian Affairs
|1:45 pm - 2:30 pm||Establishing an Adabas-Natural Monitoring and Chargeback System
There are a variety of ways to implement chargeback solutions to reconcile Adabas CPU time. Capitalizing on the inherent capabilities in the Review database monitor for Adabas enabled the South Carolina Budget and Control Board to more efficiently and accurately bill state agency customers for their database utilization. This demo will show you how it was done. Speaker: Dave Kelly – State of South Carolina
|2:30 pm - 2:45 pm||Break
|2:45 pm - 3:30 pm||How to Clean-up Legacy Code Effectively
This demo and discussion will provide insight into legacy code styles/structures plus organizational culture that inhibit application improvements. Through tool usage, such as Natural Engineer, customers are able to embark on application understanding & modernization initiatives, leading to empowered teams creating components for service enabling which yield reusability, reductions in costs & provide IT agility to meet current & future Business Requirements. Speaker: Brian James – Generation Systems Ltd.
|3:30 pm - 4:15 pm||Managing change with NaturalONE
Natural developers typically work on discreet objects, avoiding contact with one another in order to preserve the integrity of an application. NaturalONE allows development teams to create instant sandboxes in which wholesale changes can be made and tested. Managing change is made easy by teaming NaturalONE with Git, Jira, Stash, and Bamboo. Speakers: James Gilpin and Emmett Oliver – Enable Midstream Partners