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SeMIUG Host Presentation 2013

  1. 1. SeMIUG IMS Regional User Group Southfield, MI Oct. 10, 2013 2013 Nancy Stein IBM IMS Advanced Technical Skills Consulting IT Specialist Worldwide User Groups © 2013 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda • • • • Welcome and Introductions - Nancy Stein, IBM IMS ATS IMS 13 System Enhancements - Diane Goff, IBM IMS ATS IMS 13 TM Enhancements - Suzie Wendler, IBM IMS ATS Lunch and Learn – Greg Meimers, IBM InfoSphere Data Replication – Replicating IMS Data with InfoSphere Classic Replication • IMS 13 Database & DBRC Enhancements - Nancy Stein, IBM IMS ATS • IMS Configuration Manager - Rick Engel, IBM IMS Tools • Evaluations and Meeting Closure − online survey - http://bit.ly/15y7OwZ © 2013 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. Notice to Employees and Representatives from GOE Entities • At this IBM function, IBM is providing breakfast and lunch meals and/or promotional items and considers this a normal business courtesy. U.S. Federal government regulations and some state or local government agencies do not permit their employees to accept food or refreshments from contractors doing business with them. • IBM provides this notice to assist you in ensuring that your acceptance of the amenities is in compliance with your employer’s internal policies. If your receipt of the amenities during your attendance and participation in the event presents an issue, please advise IBM, and plan for alternate meal options. © 2013 IBM Corporation 3
  4. 4. IMS 13 Announcement Announce Date: Oct. 1, 2013 Announcement: ENUS213-381_Announcement_Letter Planned Availability Date: Oct. 25, 2013 “13 on 13 in 13” © 2013 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. IMS 13: Lowest cost per transaction in the industry Up to 10% CPU savings for traditional workloads • • • Up to 15% CPU savings for specialized workloads Up to 62% CPU savings for Java workloads Affordability: – Double-digit CPU reductions Simplicity: – New Web interface, mobile enabled, for easier administration – Expanded Eclipse-based function with IMS Explorer – Easier IMS data access using SQL from COBOL and .NET apps Speed: – 100,000+ reasons to migrate to IMS 13 – Dynamically “ALTER” databases – IMS enhanced connectivity increases throughput for some Fast Path workloads by more than 160% “..IMS 13 migrations have been really easy to implement and have run very smoothly. I have been really impressed by the ease of installing the new version and shipping it to our systems.…..A big ‘well done’ to your team." UK-based Bank Register for the IMS 13 and IMS Enterprise Suite 3.1 Webcast on October 29 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. IMS 13 Speed: Record-Setting Benchmark IBM IMS 100,000 reasons to move to IMS 13 Still delivering the highest levels of performance, availability security, and scalability in the industry. #IBM_IMS Actual TPS = 117,292 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. Celebrating IMS’s 45th Anniversary Worldwide • Download & Print! http://bit.ly/IMS45th • Snap Photos! • Share! © 2013 IBM Corporation 7
  8. 8. Introducing: IMS Database Value Unit Edition • The same high-speed, highly available IMS data server at a one-time charge price • Provides competitive advantage to IMS data sharing clients requiring additional cost-effective access to IMS data for net new workload. • Expressly for net new applications or workloads in Java or SQL only, through IMS Open Database, from applications on WebSphere Application Server on z/OS • Adds new customized capabilities addressing business growth based on key business initiatives including services-oriented architecture (SOA), enterprise and mobile access strategy, and operational business intelligence (BI). • Leverages the unique industry-leading performance and workload management capabilities of IMS. • ibm.com/software/data/ims/imsdbvue/index.html Value Unit Edition © 2013 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. Upcoming Conferences featuring IMS IBM Enterprise Systems October 21 - 15 Orlando, FL IMS Day in Germany Konigstein, Germany October 23, 24 IBM Information on Demand November 3 – November 8 Las Vegas, NV IMS Symposium, EMEA/Germany Konigstein, Germany March 2014 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. IMS IBM Sessions @ IOD 2013 • IMS Disaster Recovery Overview • Improving IMS Performance via Dynamic Tuning of Buffer Pools and Subpools • IMS as a Viable Cloud Platform? An Evaluation of the Challenges and Opportunities • Your Big Data solution is not complete without IMS on System z • Orienteering through your Multi-Platform Enterprise: Java Development on System z Best Practices • 45 Years Strong: IMS Introduces Its Most • IMS 13 Transaction Manager: Simpler Operations in an Open Environment • IMS 13 System: Easier Management with Increased Reliability • IMS 13 DB and DBRC: Greater Resiliency for your Data • Up and Running on IMS in Record Time! • Increase ROI by Expanding the Life of your IMS applications for Another 45 years! • Standard access to IMS data assets from COBOL using SQL Innovative Release • Does your Big Data need maintenance? Automatic Database Reorganizations and Performance Tuning is Here • Worlds Together: IMS and .NET • IMS: The Original No SQL Big Data Engine • IMS in a Sysplex Environment: Challenges and Solutions • Managing Databases more effectively using Customer Advisory Council Meeting Customer Appreciation Dinner Certification Exams – the first is free! IMS Database Solution Pack © 2013 IBM Corporation 10
  11. 11. IMS Customer Sessions @ IOD 2013 • Transamerica: – Dynamic Change Management in IMS, Simplified to Deliver Higher Availability • State of Arizona: – Upgrading to IMS 12 from IMS 10: Lessons learned • State of Arizona: – IMS has a Catalog: Did you get the memo? • China Construction Bank: – Achieving Consistent Microsecond Response Time in High Volume, High Growth Enterprise Databases • Volvo: – IMS 13 QPP Experience • Sun Life Financial: – Doing Mobile before Mobile was Mobile • Wellpoint: – How a Healthcare Company was able to Improve Access to Data through Cloning • Scotiabank: – Leveraging DataPower to Expand IMS Callout Capabilities © 2013 IBM Corporation 11
  12. 12. IMS Customer Advisory Council • Monthly e-Meetings NEW! • Information On Demand (IOD) face to face meeting Customer Advisory Council Meeting Certification Exams the first is free! • Interested in joining? Contact: Laura Hunsinger at llhunsin@us.ibm.com © 2013 IBM Corporation 13
  13. 13. IMS Customer Internship Program – 2014 Planning  Reserve your spot early to work with our team at Silicon Valley Lab in San Jose, California 2014  Customized education sessions offered to fit your business needs  Program length varies depending on the sessions you and your team chooses  Should have at least 1-2 years of IMS experience  Contact Tori Gonzalez for more information gotori@us.ibm.com “…every subject was successfully covered by the most appropriate expert. While I was there at SVL, the program was flexible enough so we could address certain topics which I personally identified, that would benefit me at my home location...” “…a unique experience, where I was given the opportunity to meet with the IMS developers and testers at the IBM Lab, and work side by side with them… It's incredible to meet people whose work is known worldwide.” © 2013 IBM Corporation 14
  14. 14. IMS ISV Community © 2013 IBM Corporation
  15. 15. IMS Social Community! Also follow: “IMSTWIT” © 2013 IBM Corporation 16
  16. 16. © 2013 IBM Corporation 21

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