IBM Rational Software Conference 2009: Enterprise Modernization Track Keynote

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Track Keynote for the Enterprise Modernization Track at the IBM Rational Software Conference 2009

Everyone is well aware that we are in tough economic times right now. However, these difficult times also present opportunities for companies that can quickly adapt to these changing conditions. When you look at what inhibits companies from being as agile as they would like, IT is often cited as a problem area. While there can be many root causes, among the most important are (1) a reliance on fragile legacy applications about which companies have a limited understanding, (2) development staff that are not sufficiently productive, and (3) disconnected team infrastructures that inhibit collaboration and traceability. These problems limit your organization's flexibility. They are costing you money. And they tie up resources that could otherwise focus on new business to bring in more revenue. This track will showcase IBM Rational's Enterprise Modernization solutions that enable organizations to: reduce project risk by managing and extracting value from their application portfolio, exploit new technologies to deliver more flexible business solutions, empower new and existing IT staff to build multi-platform applications, increase productivity with a modern software delivery platform, and improve development efficiency and collaboration by unifying multiple teams.

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  • 1. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Enterprise Modernization Lowering the cost of multi-platform application development and delivery Hayden Lindsey Vice President & Distinguished Engineer, Enterprise Tools & Compilers hlindsey@us.ibm.com Session EM01 © 2009 IBM Corporation Session # EM01
  • 2. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Change is the new norm IBM Sequoia Super Computer… There are 1 billion It would take the entire population of the earth, camera phones in about six billion, each of us working a handheld calculator use today at the rate of one second per calculation, more than 320 years to do what Sequoia can do in one day. “8 of 10 CEOs see significant change ahead” - 2008 IBM CEO Survey The internet of people is over one By 2010, there will be 30 billion billion strong. The internet of RFID tags in circulation things is almost one trillion. Soon there will be over China sends more text message in 2 billion people on the web a week than the U.S. does in 1 year Session # EM01
  • 3. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Change can be very disruptive an opportunity All software systems crashed IT skills shortage reaches due to software bug 50% of outsourced projects highest level in 10 years when F-22 flew over are expected to under perform international dateline “The gap between expected change and the ability to manage it has almost tripled since 2006.” – 2008 IBM CEO study COBOL thwarts North Carolina Ohio election web site California's Jobless Claims shut down after being “Governator” Crash State's Web Site hacked View fashion Malta is building a Mobile phone provider “3” shows and smart grid to link launches new handset to collections on allow users to make free the power and your iPhone calls via Skype water systems Session # EM01
  • 4. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 For example, a smarter planet requires lots of software For businesses and institutions everywhere, there have never been so many new possibilities Imagine the amount of software necessary to: Deliver a green world Take advantage of the information base explosion Communicate with a trillion devices Drive on-going product differentiation To seize new global market opportunities Leaders everywhere are deploying increasingly intelligent software, systems and products Accelerating innovation and enabling effective change is highly dependent on our ability to manage effective software delivery Session # EM01
  • 5. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Is your IT infrastructure flexible enough? “The message for IT is clear; business needs and expects greater agility from IT. The current approaches to project prioritization, resourcing, agility and governance are clearly not satisfying customer needs. A new approach to IT delivery models and sourcing options is required that allows IT organizations to be more responsive to the needs of the business.” IT Infrastructure – Gartner, October 14, 2008, “Changing the Cost Structure of IT Will Become a Business Imperative for Most CIOs” Session # EM01
  • 6. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Treat your software as a strategic business process The “Business Process” of Software Delivery Through Collaboration, Automation, and Reporting BUSINESS FOCUS AND IMPACT Software Business investment Value management Organizational aligned with governance business & asset utilization & operational Control driving greater priorities & Flexibility predictability Global team effectiveness & collaboration lowering costs Efficiency Individual productivity through automation Optimizing software “supply chains” SCOPE Individual Team Organization Business Session # EM01
  • 7. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Align your evolving business priorities and stakeholder constituencies Collaborate Automate Report Drive organizational Lower costs and improve Continuously improve consensus on quality by automating by measuring progress priorities and improve workflows based on against desired workforce productivity real-time information business outcomes Session # EM01
  • 8. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Yet take care to establish useful metrics… Session # EM01
  • 9. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Our experience can improve your software delivery The Managed Capability Improvement Framework (MCIF) Drive business innovation and reduce costs through measured and continuous process improvement A phased approach that helps teams Adopt an incremental, measured approach to transformation Focus on the core practices that matter most Accelerate adoption through out-of-the-box assets Articulate capability improvements in terms of business value Support any method – Optimized for Agile practices MCIF helps software and systems delivery teams measure, manage and incrementally improve their software delivery capability. Session # EM01
  • 10. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Rational solutions can help in 3 domains Complex / Enterprise IT Business Embedded Modernization Transformation Systems Mfg Supply Logistics Customer Systems Chain Support Enterprise Modernization – harness the same power and flexibility for all types of applications, no matter what platform they are deployed on IT Business Transformation – align your IT infrastructure with your business strategy and vision to innovate new business strategies and meet long term objectives Complex/Embedded Systems – deliver innovative software for your products, while integrating across mechanical, electronic, and software domains Session # EM01
  • 11. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Key modernization challenges for IT organizations “We don’t understand the effort, risk and impact of modernizing our “Our skills gap just seems to keep legacy software portfolio” growing. How do we stay current with all the language and technology changes?” “Our development teams working on “Our architecture has evolved to be too different platforms are struggling to complex and convoluted– we need to communicate. How do we collaborate in be flexible and agile.” the context of our work?” Application Challenges People Challenges Team Challenges Lost application knowledge Skills lock-in Poor communication Architectural complexity Plethora of new technologies Incompatible tools & processes Poor quality and performance Unattractive, low productivity IDEs across platforms Regulatory and compliance risks Steep learning curve due to Weak project oversight platform/language-unique tools Lack of traceability across lifecycle Session # EM01
  • 12. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Enterprise Modernization solutions A smarter way to maximize the value of your applications, people and teams Reduce application maintenance costs, increase agility to respond to change and increase overall quality Applications Consolidate team Teams People Achieve greater business infrastructure agility and productivity to increase efficiency, by leveraging existing collaboration, domain knowledge and governance across and new talent software lifecycle For more information, visit: www.ibm.com/rational/modernization Session # EM01
  • 13. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Application challenges Applications Teams People CIO “I need to reduce my annual IT budget by 10 percent. Which applications can I sunset?” Architect “Our architecture has evolved to be too complex and convoluted – Can SOA help us build apps that are flexible and agile?” Development “Our distributed applications increasingly rely on access to mainframe Lead data and applications. How can we determine the impact of all the changes we need to make?” Developer “We’re using XML to define shared data across multiple applications. Can I use XML with my older COBOL and PL/I applications?” “Changes to applications have been patched together for so many years Tester that we now have many challenges with the quality and performance of our legacy applications.” Session # EM01
  • 14. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Manage the applications that run your business Applications Teams People Restore lost application knowledge Quickly determine full impact of proposed changes Identify and eliminate dead code Understand code complexity, opportunities for simplification Discover, analyze and manage application portfolio Rational Asset Analyzer WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer Manage the evolution of your application portfolio Make IT decisions with context of your enterprise Align IT investments with business goals Telelogic System Architect architecture – link applications, deployed systems, Telelogic Focal Point organizations, business processes Enterprise Application Speed the efficiency of decision-making with up to date Knowledgebase dashboards Manage reusable assets, business rules and services Rational Asset Manager Make decisions to sunset applications based on business ILOG Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS) value WebSphere Service Registry and Repository Operationalize reuse Reap benefits of SOA and reuse via proactive asset Transform complexity management into usable information Monitor the health and quality of your applications over time Auto manufacturer used WSAA and RTW to automate identifying changes required to permit ordering cars with more than 16 options. Used Rational solutions to create automated test environment charges. Saved $12M on first project. 14 Session # EM01
  • 15. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Build flexible applications with SOA and Web 2.0 Applications Teams People Reuse proven assets to lower costs 5x compared to new development Re-factor existing assets for reuse Reuse green screen apps in a SOA Achieve fast ROI by enabling your green screen applications Host Access Transformation Services as services Quickly create web services from existing EGL, C/C++, Build new services, reuse existing code COBOL, PL/I, RPG and Java applications Rational Application Developer Rational Developer for System z Rational Developer for i for SOA Construction Accelerate deployment of new services, Rational Business Developer IBM Data Studio processes and user interfaces Model, architect and assemble new business processes Model your processes WebSphere Business Modeler Create new platform independent services Rational Software Architect Rapidly build modern Web 2.0 interfaces WebSphere Integration Developer “HVB IS adopted IBM Rational® Developer for System z software to accelerate mainframe development, improve the efficiency of its COBOL development teams, and move to a similar environment for mainframe and Web development.” - Almut Geiger, Product Specialist at HVB IS Session # EM01
  • 16. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Deliver high quality applications Applications Teams People Coordinate end-to-end quality across Quality begins with good requirements all tools and platforms Rational Requirements Composer Rational RequisitePro Elicit, capture, elaborate, discuss, manage, and review Telelogic DOORS requirements Manage quality throughout the lifecycle Identify and resolve coding errors automatically, early in Rational Quality Manager the development cycle Rational Test Lab Manager Consolidate and monitor test plans, test progress Inject quality during the coding phase Rational Software Analyzer Automate your testing Rational Purify Plus z/OS Problem Determination Tools Automate functional tests Find performance bottlenecks Automate testing to improve quality Rational Functional Tester Expose vulnerabilities, privacy issues, and accessibility Rational Performance Tester problems in web applications Rational Service Tester for SOA Quality Generate timely audit and compliance reports Eliminate quality exposures for your web apps Rational AppScan “AppScan has increased our team’s productivity by enabling us to automate very complex and time-consuming activities as well as help substantially increase our level of quality, security and regulatory assurance.“ - Technical Security Officer Session # EM01
  • 17. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Applications Improve application performance & scalability Teams People Increase capacity and performance without hardware upgrades Boost performance with new advanced optimization IBM Compilers on System z IBM Enterprise COBOL technology in C/C++, COBOL and PL/I compilers IBM Enterprise PL/I Reduce cost of COBOL and PL/I XML parsing by offloading z/OS IBM XL C/C++ to zAAP specialty engine IBM Compilers on POWER systems IBM COBOL IBM PL/I Maximize application performance on new IBM XL C/C++ IBM XL Fortran z10 and Power6 servers IBM WebSphere Development Studio Exploit new hardware architectures without code change Modernize legacy applications Leverage XML and Java interfaces in COBOL and PL/I applications “Metal C optimization levels are just incredible. We’re really impressed, there is no way that any of us assembler programmers can write code as efficient, keep it readable, and do it in a reasonable amount of time.” - Gregg Willhoit, Senior Assembler Architect, DataDirect Session # EM01
  • 18. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Applications People challenges Teams People “My budgets keep getting reduced. How can we do more work with CIO fewer people?” “College graduates aren’t interested in my green screen development tools. Is IT Manager there something more appealing I can offer them?” Project Manager “My host programmers don’t seem to communicate with my web developers when building multi-platform applications. It’s like they speak different languages.” “How can I architect solutions that shield developers from technical interfaces Architect of platform and middleware technologies?” Developer “How can I keep pace with technology changes and keep my skills relevant to the industry?” Session # EM01
  • 19. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Applications Improve developer productivity with modern IDEs Teams People Use common Eclipse-based tooling across multiple platforms and languages System z and IBM i Achieve ~15% improvement in mainframe Green Screen Editors developer productivity¹ Reduce host CPU usage 50%-80%¹ with workstation Produce code faster, save MIPS syntax checking COBOL Rational Developer for EGL Rich UI Editor Editing System z Reduce training costs, more attractive IDE for younger in Rational Rational Developer for i Rational Developer Developer in developers for System z for System z with EGL Rational Developer for i for SOA Construction Rational Business Developer Speed development with specialized editors and code generation wizards Code assist for COBOL, PL/I, C/C++, Visual editors for BMS and MFS maps Target Platform: System z, IBM i, and distributed Generate code from UML ¹ Aggregation of results from a productivity study conducted by IBM mainframe customers. “RDz offers a uniform, open programming environment for both J2EE and PL/I developers. RDz accelerates PL/I development with its local syntax checker and debugging tool.” - Dr. Axel Lömker, KfW Bankengruppe Session # EM01
  • 20. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Build multiplatform apps with existing/new staff Applications Teams People Deliver multiplatform solutions quickly Leverage abstractions to hide middleware & platform complexity Deploy to any platform, including J2EE™, System z, IBM i, Linux, AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, Windows Interact with existing COBOL, PL/I, Java and RPG Create multi-platform, Web 2.0 applications with EGL Build modern Web 2.0 user interfaces Rational Developer for System z with EGL Rational Developer for i for SOA Construction without being a technology expert Rational Business Developer Empower existing developers to build Rich Internet Applications (RIA) – WYSIWYG layout, event handling in EGL – The browser is the latest middleware, lots of Target Platform: complexity to hide System z, IBM i, and distributed Eliminate need to have skills in JavaScript, Ajax, JSON, HTML and CSS, etc. “Currently we have one set of developers for web applications, and another for batch systems. With EGL, the same developers can do both, and we can offer our clients a choice of deployment platforms.” - Mauricio Alvarenga, IT Manager at Montreal Informática Session # EM01
  • 21. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Applications Extend green screen applications for new uses Teams People Use your existing staff to provide Extend Green Screen Web, portal, mobile or rich client UIs Applications for your green-screen applications Modernize green screen applications Provide your end users with flexible, Host Access Transformation Services secure Web access to business applications Dramatically reduce end user training and improve IT staff productivity Deploy with no source code modification or application downtime Expose host business logic using standard web services interfaces “Rational Host Access Transformation Services (HATS) makes legacy modernization a relatively easy and fast process. I estimate that HATS cut 75% of the man-hour requirements from other approaches we have used” - Alan Jack, Director of Technology, Oxford International Session # EM01
  • 22. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Applications Move to a modern development platform Teams People Gain huge savings and flexibility by migrating from old, stagnant languages to modern development platforms, languages & tools Migrate from old languages Rational Migration Extension for Natural Solutions for Natural/ADABAS, Cool:Gen, Ideal, Telon and others Non IBM Technologies HPS/AppBuilder Conversion Ideal Tooling Consolidate & Advance w EG ith L Deploy to: COBOL Change & release Enterprise managem ent Linux Maestro Process AIX &portfolio Quality management Solaris IDMS ADS/Online managem ent HP-UX Architecture & construction IBM i System z Integrated Requirements Management Windows WAS PowerBuilder RPG Session # EM01
  • 23. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Applications Get the enterprise skills you need Teams People Hire university students with System z, IBM i, and Rational skills Partner with universities worldwide 537 schools, over 50000 students educated on System z Schools in 41 countries teaching POWER systems Leverage a growing community of business 2400 universities teaching IBM technologies partners, customers, and IBM employees on our community cafés Stop by a Community Café C/C++ Café EGL Café Take advantage of free education sessions, RPG Café COBOL Café product demos, tutorials, white papers, and case studies Take a class Modern Application Architecture for COBOL Developers – build Play in the System z and IBM i sandboxes composite COBOL apps with CICS and WebSphere EGL Distance Learning – 8 days of free lectures, labs, electronic “Try online” hosted System z and IBM i environments support See best practices, hands-on exercises using full version software trials Learn more about The IBM Academic Initiative at: http://www-304.ibm.com/jct01005c/university/scholars/academicinitiative Enterprise Modernization solutions at: http://www.ibm.com/software/rational/solutions/em/ “ ‘Master the Mainframe Contest’ helped me get a job at Bank of Montreal.” Elizabeth Bell, Georgian College Session # EM01
  • 24. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Applications Team challenges Teams People “Our global software teams working on different platforms are struggling CIO to communicate. How do we collaborate in the context of our work?” “My line of business needs better access to information about the IT Manager ongoing projects.” Project Manager “I need a dashboard that lets me easily see if my project is on track and identify any bottlenecks.” Team “Why are some developers not following the agreed upon processes?” Leader “Why and when was this changed? Is this the latest version that I should Developer be using?” Session # EM01
  • 25. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Applications Unify disparate IT infrastructures across teams Teams People Consolidate your team infrastructure Eliminate redundant and duplicate .Net tools and processes Web Front End Mainframe Unify change management for all Use common team infrastructure & processes platforms, languages, roles, and locations Rational ClearCase J2EE Rational ClearQuest In-house (WW HQ) Ensure accurate global software delivery with a single point of control Produce reliable, multi-platform builds Rational BuildForge Automate multi-platform builds SI Custom App Dev C/C++ In-house Offshore Access a consolidated, real-time view of software assembly processes Detect and resolve errors with error log filtering and automated email notifications Reproduce problems quicker with a reliable and automated ‘Bill of Records’ “Rational ClearCase in conjunction with Rational Developer for System z allowed us to completely centralize our software configuration and release management” - Juergen Dimmler, Product Specialist, Kreditwerk Session # EM01
  • 26. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Improve cross-team collaboration Applications Teams People Collaborate in context across all platforms and geographies Make software development more automated, transparent and predictable Think and work in unison with integrated source control, Collaborate across the entire team work item and build management Rational Team Concert for System z Rational Team Concert for i Assess real-time project health Rational Team Concert Capture data automatically and unobtrusively Do it the best way Rational Method Composer Measure & report progress against project and business objectives Automate best practices Accelerate team workflow with dynamic processes Leverage out-of-the-box or customized processes A major telecommunication services company leveraged IBM Rational software to help development teams establish a common platform from which to analyze, design, develop, and test, IBM Rational solutions have created opportunities to improve the quality of software and services they offer Session # EM01
  • 27. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 The Rational Software Delivery Platform Accelerating software innovation for the entire enterprise Enterprise IT Business Complex / Modernization Transformation Embedded Mfg Supply Logistics Customer Systems Systems Chain Support Difficult times present opportunities to companies that can adapt quickly IT frequently inhibits flexibility due to fragile and poorly understood applications, limited staff productivity, poor collaboration and traceability across teams Rational Enterprise Modernization solutions deliver flexibility by: Improving how you build, maintain, and manage your Applications Helping your People be more productive Consolidating Teams across locations, roles, and platforms Now, can we do this for less cost, better quality, and with more predictability? Session # EM01
  • 28. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 This is a familiar problem…. Manual Early Assembly Line Modern Factory Pre-1900 assembly Early assembly line Modern factory Highly skilled craftsmen Skilled workers assembling Highly automated with diverse and manually building the entire pieces of parts to build a geographically distributed workforce product with custom parts finished product using a global supply chain Characteristics Characteristics Characteristics No automation - custom made Process (flow) automation Process & tool automation Many skills to master Specialists for each phase Optimized workforce with specialists Little standardization Some part standardization Significant standardization Local supply chain or custom built Local or slow supply chain Agile process for just-in-time production Manual monitoring, traceability Manual monitoring, traceability Automated oversight and intervention Results Results Results Very expensive Less expensive Least expensive Poor quality Improved quality High quality Unpredictable – time, cost, quality Unpredictable – quality Predictable Flexible Inflexible Flexible Software development today Can we be more like this? Session # EM01
  • 29. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Examining the characteristics of a modern factory Characteristics Modern Factory Software Factory Process & task Well-established, automated process to Well-established software delivery Automation transform inputs to finished products process with automated tooling to transform business strategy to IT deployment Specialized Optimal blend of people with diverse Use of role-based knowledge workers skills skill set, and robots working on product equipped with specialized assembly for optimal cost, and tools for optimal cost and productivity productivity Standardized Product assembled with industry Applications assembled from components standard components sourced from standardized software global suppliers for cost and quality components/services built by a globally distributed workforce Agile processes & Flexible and agile process that optimizes Flexible and agile process with real- integrated production schedule with a just-in-time time collaboration, integrated across infrastructure inventory/changes to lower cost and time- disparate platforms, roles, and geos to-market Automated control Automated control system to monitor Governed software delivery process to & oversight and intervene to ensure predictable continuously measure and improve, to outcomes ensure predictable outcomes Session # EM01
  • 30. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 What components do we have today? Characteristics Software factory enabled by Rational Process & task automation Rational offers an integrated portfolio that automates the software development lifecycle and common development tasks Specialized skills Rational offers role-based tooling optimized for specific roles Standardized components Rational enables transformation of code/assets from disparate platforms and expose them as standards- based services Agile processes & Rational’s Jazz-based platform enables real-time integrated infrastructure New collaboration of a global and diverse workforce, integrated across disparate platforms, roles & geos Automated control & Rational’s Managed Capability Improvement oversight New Framework enables controlling and steering of processes toward desired business outcomes Session # EM01
  • 31. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Building a Software Factory for SOA solutions leveraging “out-of-the-box” components Rational services offerings for MCIF Plan Meters of improvement Cost Time Quality Deploy • Rational System Architect Manage • Rational Software • Rational Focal Point Results Results Results Automation Framework • Rational RequisitePro for WebSphere • Rational Requirements Assemble Composer Plan Deploy Quality • Rational Service Tester Quality Model • Rational Quality Manager •Rational Software Architect • Rational AppScan •WebSphere Business Modeler Model Construct • Rational Functional Tester • Rational Performance Assemble / Construct Tester • Rational Application Developer • Rational Developer for z Software supply chain with governance for assets and services Team Infrastructure • Rational Developer for i Best practices to steer and drive to specific outcomes • Rational Team Concert with • Rational Business Developer Agile processes & integrated infrastructure templates for best practices • WebSphere Integration Developer • Rational Team Concert for IBM i and System z Software supply chain Best Practices • Rational Asset Manager • Rational Method Composer • Rational Asset Analyzer with plug-ins for best practices Session # EM01
  • 32. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 The Rational Software Delivery Platform Accelerating software innovation for the entire enterprise Enterprise IT Business Complex / Modernization Transformation Embedded Mfg Supply Logistics Customer Systems Systems Chain Support Difficult times present opportunities to companies that can adapt quickly IT frequently inhibits flexibility due to fragile and poorly understood applications, limited staff productivity, poor collaboration and traceability across teams Rational Enterprise Modernization solutions deliver flexibility by: Improving how you build, maintain, and manage your Applications Helping your People be more productive Consolidating Teams across locations, roles, and platforms A software factory puts it all together with measurable, predictable results Get started today. We can help! Learn more at: www.ibm.com/rational/modernization Session # EM01
  • 33. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Leverage IBM Services to get started today Executive Services Rational Professional Schedule an Enterprise Modernization Executive Services Planning Session to define modernization strategies Articulate Application Modernization Services Business Select Practices Application Assessments to: Objectives Develop Modernization roadmaps to resolve IBM IT specific business issues Governance Improve Application Quality & Performance Approach Identify opportunities for business software delivery improvements Measure Practice Implement / People and Team Modernization Services Adoption and Enact Practices Business Outcome Provide Implementation Services for Rational Enterprise Modernization tools Provide SCM migration assistance SDLC Assessments to: Improve Software Delivery performance Implement Software Delivery Metrics to more effectively manage the software development environment Session # EM01
  • 34. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Enterprise Modernization Sessions Date Time Session # Session Monday 10:00 – 11:00 EM01 Enterprise Modernization: Lowering the cost of multi-platform application development and delivery 11:15 – 12:15 EM02 Understand the value of and risks in your application portfolio 1:45 – 2:45 EM03 Customer examples – Lowering the Total Cost of Ownership 3:00 – 4:00 EM04 Be more productive with modern development tools for IBM i 4:15 – 5:45 EM05 Panel: Debunking the Myths about IBM's i and z Platforms Tuesday 10:00 – 11:00 EM06 Work smarter with Rational Developer for i and Rational Team Concert for i 11:15 – 12:45 EM07 Panel: Enterprise development meets Web 2.0! 2:15 – 3:15 EM08 Build modern Web 2.0 user interfaces without being a technology expert 3:30 – 5:00 EM09 Panel: Enterprise Modernization - Putting it all together ... Somehow 6:45 – 7:45 NEM01 Developing high performance data access layers for z/OS Other Enterprise Modernization activities: Monday, 6-8:00 PM System z Reception at Todd English’s Blue Zoo Special System z focus at Day 3 keynote talk - don’t miss it Visit the Solutions Center and Rational Labs booths Play in the Enterprise Modernization Sandbox Check the conference schedule on your iPhone, powered by EGL Register for a consultation in the Users First Lounge Session # EM01
  • 35. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 Enterprise Modernization Sessions Date Time Session # Session Wednesday 10:00 – 11:00 EM10 Unify System z and Distributed Software Change and Configuration Management for Lower Costs and Predictable Project Outcomes 11:15 – 12:45 EM11 How a tactical HATS solution became a strategic asset - A Customer Story 1:45 – 2:45 EM12 Reduce costs and increase flexibility by migrating to a world class software delivery platform 3:00 – 4:00 EM13 Improve collaboration across multi-platform teams with Rational Team Concert for System z 3:00 – 4:00 SDP29 Collaborative Software Development for the Enterprise 4:15 – 5:45 EM14 Panel: Reduce costs and improve flexibility: convert your legacy Thursday 8:30 – 9:30 EM15 Avoid embarrassing quality failures with your multi-platform applications 8:30 – 9:30 SDP31 Web Services in Minutes... featuring HATS! 9:45 – 10:45 EM16 Leverage compilation technology to optimize return on investment 9:45 – 10:45 SDP16 An Introduction to Cross-Platform Development with IBM Rational Developer for IBM System z Sessions highlighted in blue are on a different track. Check your conference agenda for the location. Session # EM01
  • 36. IBM Rational Software Conference 2009 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009. All rights reserved. The information contained in these materials is provided for informational purposes only, and is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, these materials. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. References in these materials to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. Product release dates and/or capabilities referenced in these materials may change at any time at IBM’s sole discretion based on market opportunities or other factors, and are not intended to be a commitment to future product or feature availability in any way. IBM, the IBM logo, Rational, the Rational logo, Telelogic, the Telelogic logo, and other IBM products and services are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation, in the United States, other countries or both. Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. Session # EM01 36