Like many, you may be responsible for not only your IBM Domino environment, but for several other environments as well. This leads to a situation where you have an implementation you may not fully understand, and therefore, are not as effective at administering it as you could be. This video series is designed to ensure you have a solid understanding of your Domino environment. Additionally, you will learn about new features and functions that are available with Domino and how to implement the most critical ones. You’ll also learn about some hidden gems that will make your life as an Administrator much more productive.

Learning Objectives | Video Overview | Speaker

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Learning Objectives

In this webinar series, you will learn:

  • Upgrade best practices
  • How to properly secure your Domino infrastructure
  • How to make your Domino environment highly available by understanding the ins and outs of clustering and replication and how to set it up in your environment
  • Key features available with the latest release and feature packs of the IBM Domino product and how to implement them
  • Do’s and don’ts for achieving the most optimal performance
  • Make email/calendar/contacts mobile and highly available

Upon completion, you will understand:

  • IBM Domino infrastructure
  • How to properly maintain your Domino environment
  • What IBM Verse is and how it can benefit your company

Video Overview

Session 1: Domino Infrastructure

  • Server, configuration, connection, person, group documents
  • The administration process
  • Mail routing
  • Calendaring and scheduling

Session 2: Feature Packs and the Future of IBM Domino

  • What are feature packs
  • What is the future of IBM Domino

Session 3: Domino Administration Essentials

  • Monitoring your servers
  • Keeping your servers up and running
  • Critical server maintenance

Session 4: Securing Your Domino Infrastructure

  • The elements of Domino security
  • Checking for and resolving common security mistakes

Session 5: Performance

  • Tips for a high performing Domino environment
  • Dos and Don’ts for performance

Session 6: Upgrade Best Practices

  • Planning an upgrade
  • Preparing for an upgrade
  • Executing an upgrade

Session 7: Going Mobile

  • IBM Notes Traveler
  • What data synchronizes with the mobile devices
  • What data can be accessed
  • Considerations for mail template customizations and mobile devices
  • High availability for mobile access

Session 8: High Availability

  • How it can benefit your company
  • The ins and outs of implementing clustering

Session 9: IBM Verse

  • Understanding what IBM Verse is
  • How Verse can benefit your company

Speaker

Kim Greene

Kim GreeneKim Greene is president of Kim Greene Consulting, Inc. specializing in providing consulting services for the IBM Collaboration Solutions portfolio for IBM i (formerly AS/400, iSeries, System i), Windows and Linux. Kim has over 15 years of experience with IBM Domino and 20 years of experience with the AS/400, iSeries, and i5 platforms. Kim specializes in installing and configuring Domino, Sametime and Connections servers; providing performance analysis; system and application tuning; health checks and security reviews; upgrades and migrations; disaster recovery assessments; high availability solutions and customized application development. Other services offered include providing customized education and training for customers and business partners.

Kim has written for technology magazines and speaks at many conferences worldwide. Lotus hired Kim to create and deliver an enterprise integration seminar to customers in seven countries. Prior to starting her own consulting business, she was employed at IBM Rochester, MN where she worked in the PartnerWorld for Developers (PWD) organization helping IBM business partners incorporate Domino into their existing applications. Prior to working in PWD, she worked on several areas of OS/400 performance in the AS/400 development laboratory.