Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Webinar Introducing Domino Apps on Cloud

On August 2 a very interesting webinar will be organized by IBM, Introducing Domino Apps on Cloud. The registration for this webinar is available on the IBM website.

Today, IBM Domino Applications on Cloud is a Bring Your Own License (BYOL) subscription service that offers an IBM-hosted solution for Domino Applications on IBM Cloud. The service offers robust performance and high availability for mission-critical applications. It is offered as a managed service and can eliminate the cost, complexity, and risk of managing your own Domino application infrastructure.
But all of this is about to change. What if we told you, that you no longer have to maintain separate licenses for the service?
Join our subject matter experts Andrew Manby, Director of Product Management IBM Collaboration Solutions, and David Byrd, Distinguished Engineer - CTO, WW Lab Services and AVP IBM Collaboration Solutions, at this webcast to learn about new non-BYOL editions and service capabilities being announced for IBM Domino Applications on Cloud.
 Learn how you can move your Domino workflow and other applications to the IBM Cloud for a secure, scalable and cost-effective way to manage them, and how to create a seamless experience for your Domino application users.

Title: Introducing Domino Apps on Cloud
Date: Thursday, August 02, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

For more information about #domino2025 visit the Destination Domino webiste.

Don't forget, the brand new #domino2025 Product Ideas Lab website is up and running! So don't hesitate and submit new ideas to make Domino even better!

Monday, 16 July 2018

Quick Tip: NSERVER.EXE - Unable to Locate Component

Last week I upgraded our test environment to Feature Pack 9. As expected from IBM the upgrade itself went flawlessly. However a small problem arose when starting up the Domino Server after the upgrade to Feature Pack 9.

At startup the following error message appeared:
This application has failed to start because nsdhelp.dll was not found.

However the problem was resolved within a few minutes. After a quick tweet I almost immediately got a reaction from IBM Champion Oliver Busse. To solve the problem the nsdhelp.dll file could be copied from another Domino environment 9 (or backup) to the new Domino installation. With this the problem was indeed solved and the Domino Server could be started without any problems.
What do we have a great community in which everyone helps each other. Amazing!

Domino is Alive and Kicking - #Domino2025 Product Ideas Lab

The brand new #domino2025 Product Ideas Lab website is up and running!
This is the place where you can submit product ideas and enhancement request. IBM encourage everyone to participate by voting on, commenting on, and creating new ideas. All new ideas will be evaluated jointly by the IBM & HCL Product Management & Engineering teams, and the next steps will be communicated. While not all submitted ideas will be executed upon, community feedback will play a key role in influencing which ideas are and when they will be implemented.
So don't hesitate and submit new ideas to make Domino even better!

For more information about #Domino2025 visit the Destination Domino website.