On May 2 a very interesting webinar was organized by T.L.C.C and Team Studio, Back from the Dead: When Bad Code Kills a Good Server by Bill Malchisky Jr. and Serdar Basegmez. For those who missed this webinar below the content, slides and video.
It's Friday and a new customer calls. Their mission critical app is taking :05 to open documents and the users are quite concerned. Where do you start when handed a 20-year-old application you have never seen, on a server you barely know? Join two IBM Champions as they dissect a complex Domino performance problem from both the administration and development side to provide a complete customer solution. This session includes best practices around problem-solving techniques and a checklist you can use internally to quickly solve problems you encounter.
Tuesday, 9 May 2017
Sunday, 7 May 2017
IBM Domino 9.0.1.Feature Pack 8 Interim Fix 3 is available for wownload on IBM Fix Central. Fix List updates in progress. Note: Domino 9.0.1 FP8 IF3 is a pre-req for Verse On-Premises 1.0.1.
Download link: Interim Fix 3 for Domino 9.0.1 Feature Pack 8
Geplaatst door Johnny Oldenburger op Sunday, May 07, 2017
Friday, 21 April 2017
IBM Domino 9.0.1.Feature Pack 8 Interim Fix 2 is available for wownload on IBM Fix Central.
A vulnerability in the IBM Domino server IMAP EXAMINE command potentially could be exploited by an authenticated user resulting in a stack buffer overflow. This could allow a remote attacker to execute code with the privileges of the Domino server. Current 64-bit platforms leverage ASLR (Address Space Layout Randomization) which dramatically reduces the probability of rogue code execution. Conversely, Windows 32-bit Domino servers, while not common, are at greater risk to this attack.
DESCRIPTION: IBM Domino is vulnerable to a stack based overflow in the IMAP service that could allow an authenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code by specifying a large mailbox name.
For more information: Security Bulletin: IBM Domino server IMAP EXAMINE command stack buffer overflow (CVE-2017-1274)
Download link: Interim Fix 2 for Domino 9.0.1 Feature Pack 8
Geplaatst door Johnny Oldenburger op Friday, April 21, 2017
Wednesday, 12 April 2017
Panagenda ApplicationInsights for IBM Notes Domino - Transform the Bits and Bytes of your Notes Databases into Meaningful Information!
Starting April 11, 2017, customers who are current on IBM Software Subscription and Support (S&S) for Domino Enterprise Server, Utility Server, or Dual Entitlement with Applications will be entitled to panagenda ApplicationInsights at no cost. See below for important details pertaining to this offering.
ApplicationInsights is an offering from panagenda that allows customers to get a detailed analysis of their application landscape in IBM Domino. ApplicationInsights provides key analysis to help Domino customers understand usage and complexity of their applications to allow them to better determine the correct strategy to move forward with regarding those applications.
Usage Analysis: ApplicationInsights provides you with clear insights into the use of your application landscape. Find out how and whether an application is used: Is it accessed as read or write, and how often do specific departments and sites use certain application?
Code Assessment: The perfect overview of the complexity of the entire application environment for you or your developers. How many lines of code are relevant, which programming language is strongly represented, and how do complexity and dependencies affect your application strategy?
Application Strategies: ApplicationInsights is your key to strategy optimization. By linking usage and application design information, you have the perfect foundation for your project: Minimize operating costs and calculate risks and expenses into minute detail.
For more information:
Announcing the Availability of panagenda ApplicationInsights
Q&A about panagenda ApplicationInsights and the offering for entitled IBM customers
How to obtain the entitled version of panagenda ApplicationInsights
All you need to get ApplicationInsights up and running are these four things
Geplaatst door Johnny Oldenburger op Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Monday, 10 April 2017
Notes 9.0.1 Feature Pack 8 Interim Fix 1 is available for download from IBM Fix Central. Below the Fix List.
Notes 9.0.1 Feature Pack 8 Interim Fix 1 can be downloaded through this link.
Geplaatst door Johnny Oldenburger op Monday, April 10, 2017
Monday, 3 April 2017
In addition to the more than two hundred sessions delivered in 2015 and 2016 there will be another 122 sessions starting on April 17th. For more information: NewWayToLearn is coming by Alan Hamilton.
Last year I participated as an IBM Champion to this great IBM program with a webinar on Bootstrap Plugins in XPages. This year I will return with a session on Installing Browser Dependencies in XPages Applications using Node, Git Source Tree and Bower / Bower installer.
The session will be a full demo session about installing browser dependencies, like Select2 and Bootstrap DateTimePicker in XPages Applications using Node, Git, SourceTree and Bower. Also several examples of working browser dependencies will be shown after installing the dependencies in an XPages Application. There will be special attention to get only the files you really need in your XPages Application and not the complete repositories of the dependencies so you always have a nice and clean design with a better performance. Further there will be solutions for the bower_components directory in the On Disk Project and how to use gitignore files to get the best results. This session will show the benefits of a good Package Manager for the web and how to use it in the best possible way in Notes Domino and XPages.
My session is scheduled on May 29th.
The full schedule of sessions can be found in the NewWayToLearn Community.
The sessions will be available for download as MP4 recordings and we will also share the corresponding presentations as PDF documents.
Geplaatst door Johnny Oldenburger op Monday, April 03, 2017
Thursday, 30 March 2017
On March 28th a very interesting webinar was organized by T.L.C.C and Team Studio, IBM Presents the Notes/Domino Roadmap and a Deep Dive into Feature Pack 8, by Barry Rosen (IBM), Adam Kesner (IBM), Martin Donnelly (IBM) and Brian Gleeson (IBM). For those who missed this webinar below the content, slides and video.
This webinar encompasses two sessions presented at IBM Connect 2017. Adam Kesner and Barry Rosen from IBM review the latest updates on Notes/Domino and discuss the future directions and support for Notes/Domino and deliverables over the coming 12-18 months while IBM moves to a continuous delivery model. Then, Martin Donnelly and Brian Gleeson from IBM take a deep dive into the key features delivered in Feature Pack 8 including how to use the new encryption capabilities, improvements to Domino Designer, and more!
Join us as IBM presents the plan for IBM Notes and Domino. This webinar will encompass two sessions presented at IBM Connect 2017!
Adam Kesner and Barry Rosen will review the latest updates on Notes/Domino and discuss the future directions and support for Notes and Domino and deliverables over the coming 12-18 months, as IBM moves to a continuous delivery model. Then Martin Donnelly and Brian Gleeson will take a deep dive into the key features delivered in Fix Pack 8 including how to use the new encryption capabilities, improvements to Domino Designer, and more!
Missed a Webinar? Look here for the recorded webinars.
Geplaatst door Johnny Oldenburger op Thursday, March 30, 2017