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Walkthrough of selected Lotus Notes & Domino features upto and including the current version - 8.5.2.

Walkthrough of selected Lotus Notes & Domino features upto and including the current version - 8.5.2.

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Lotusphere Comes To You April 2011 - Notes & Domino 8.5.2 - All features great & small... Lotusphere Comes To You April 2011 - Notes & Domino 8.5.2 - All features great & small... Presentation Transcript

  • Notes & Domino 8.5.2– All features great and smallSteve CoganIBM Collaboration Solutions
  • Introducing me…
  • Gartner on the future of e-mail Analyst Matt Cains presentation on e-mail at Gartners 2009 Portal and Collaboration conference
  • Why Notes as a collaboration console? To find the latest slides and topics for today I looked up...
  • My Files (& more) are easily accessible Directly from the familiar Notes8 sidebar http://preview.tinyurl.com/6jce9xk
  • Drag & drop makes it all so easy - .eml Create .eml email messages http://www.notesiscool.com/drag-a-message-into-an-eml-file/
  • Drag & drop makes it all so easy - calendaring Quickly create a meeting invite to avoid reply-to-all emails Take an email and drag it into your free time in the Day-At-A-Glance sidebar panel
  • Drag & drop makes it all so easy - Feeds Notes8.x offers a feed-reader in the sidebar Take updates from internal/external sources Local Notes database, so can be taken off-line Great example is the education feed from Lotus http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/18905392.rss Feeds can be pre-populated for users http://preview.tinyurl.com/5to3867
  • Calendar subscriptions Subscribe to a set of calendars and display them on your own calendar • Another person’s Notes calendar • TeamRoom calendar • An application’s calendar • Google calendar • iCalendar feed • To-do dates from Activities http://www.notesiscool.com/calendar-overlays/
  • Calendar subscriptions - example Track Activities To-do’s Entries from a teamroom calendar Learn what colleagues are doing
  • Add private and public iCalendar feeds to yourNotes calendarIn Notes 8.5.2, when you add an iCal feed, you can make it "private, that is, one thatrequires a login and a password. Choose iCalendar feed Click to choose a private iCalendar feed Choose to add a calendar http://preview.tinyurl.com/6anubx2
  • Ghosted calendar entries in Lotus Notes 8 https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/notes8-ghosting/
  • So simple to set-up Select "Display new (unprocessed) notices" in the Preferences dialog box
  • Since ND8 mail - means iNotes or Notes client ... From the same template  Regardless of whether its Full, Lite or Ultra-Lite ** the following screenshots show LotusLive Notes Web as an example of branding customisation – the underlying technology is browser accessto a Notes mail file – aka iNotes – (see hyperlinked words for links to documentation on LL Notes Web & iNotes)
  • Since ND8 mail - means iNotes or Notes client... From the same template Regardless of whether its Full, Lite or Ultra-Lite
  • Since ND8 mail - means iNotes or Notes client... From the same template Regardless of whether its Full, Lite or Ultra-Lite
  • Replication and sync are now multi-threaded toimprove throughput and timeliness http://preview.tinyurl.com/6lbv3hp
  • Speaking of replication – had you heard ofManaged Replicas? Combines benefits of local mail replicas with lack of user intervention User doesnt need to understand about replicas Win-win as user sees better performance locally, plus Domino server sees lower load Policy driven deployment All the users operations occur locally Updates, sending of mail, and receipt of new mail will happen as when the Notes user uses a standard local replica with a local outgoing mailbox http://preview.tinyurl.com/5ur5ysz
  • Domino8.5.2 introduced extra fail-over optionsfor clustering to avoid interruptions If the server goes down during any of the following activities, it will fail over to another server automatically without interrupting your activity or showing you error messages: Creating a new email, calendar entry, or to do item Opening a document in an application Opening a different folder or view Replying or forwarding with attachments Creating a new document while multiple documents are selected (multiple documents remain selected) Sending a message Switching back to the primary server when it becomes available Deleting a single or multiple document.
  • Out of office – service versus agent Since Notes & Domino 8 theres been an alternative to the out-of-office agent A service run by the router task Needs to be switched on by the administrator Allows instant response Granular settings – e.g set it for a half-day Or in advance of you heading out the office Can automatically be disabled • No more reminder emails Supports clustered servers during fail-over http://preview.tinyurl.com/6xthozk
  • Domino 8 & 8.5 upgraded the database format Domino R5 -- ODS 41 Domino R6 -- ODS 43 Domino R7 -- ODS 43 Domino R8 -- ODS 43 • This can be upgraded to ODS 48 for Design Compression Domino R8.5 ODS 43 • This can be upgraded to ODS 51 for Domino Application Object Service (DAOS) Dont assume your NSF databases have been upgraded to the latest On Disk Structure (ODS) The new database/design compression options are NOT applied to all your databases by default during an upgrade (some exceptions apply*) http://preview.tinyurl.com/69d55gs
  • Why upgrade to the latest Domino ODS? Offers database and design compression options for all NSF databases Document Compression can help reduce application sizes by 20% or higher * Completely transparent to Lotus Notes® APIs Attachments compressed separately Significantly reduction of I/O (* your mileage may vary)
  • Storage Savings Examples(Excludes DAOS, coming up next) Internal Analysis of an IBM mail server Applying Document Compression reduced storage from 162GB to 125GB • saving of 22% Customer analysis of one server Starting disk storage: 116.9GB After applying LZ1 and Design Compression: 113.2GB (3.2% savings) After applying Data Compression: 87.3GB (25.3% additional savings)
  • Domino Attachment Object Service (DAOS) Optional – but requires Domino8.5.x Provides efficient, file-system storage of large objects Automatically removes redundant storage of objects via efficient content comparison Results: • Databases greatly reduced in size – in the region of 40 – 60% • Substantial disk space savings • I/O and bandwidth savings Local replicas will simply contain the attachment(s) File attachments tend to have extremely low usage • Potential to move to slower, less expensive storage http://preview.tinyurl.com/3zqwus9
  • Domino Attachment and Object Service Bigfile.xls Samantha.nsf Please note: Hugefile.ppt Podcast.mp3 This is NOT the Bigfile.xls Hugefile.ppt Mike.nsf same as the Single Podcast.mp3 Copy Object Store (SCOS) Domino 6, 7, 8.0 Bigfile.xls Hugefile.ppt Ted.nsf Podcast.mp3 •Bigfile.xls •Hugefile.ppt Domino 8.5
  • Publicly shared results for DAOS look positive Ulrich Krause -- Impressive DAOS Results: 62% savings Chris Whisonant -- Nearly 50 Percent Savings With DAOS: Highlights several, including Almar, Bruce (saving 49%), and Lotus911s internal deployment (80%!) Mike Burford: DAOS Estimator Results for Domino 8.5: 43.4% savings Dennis Heinle: DAOS Estimator -- Wow: Almost 50% savings Thomas Schulte (via Gregg Eldred): Not as good as the ones Ulrich posted: 48% savings Kevin Hansen: Two weeks after Lotusphere - Disk savings abound: 23-40% savings BothXP on Twitter: 37% savings Keith Brooks: Disk Space Savings from 8.5 and how to do it: 13-37% savings @TieftonFraktion on Twitter: Savings on all DBs: 24%, only MailDBs: 48% Darren Duke: 77% savings! Source: http://www.edbrill.com/ebrill/edbrill.nsf/dx/liking-the-daos-results
  • We offer a free tool to evaluate your storagesavings from DAOS Try before you deploy … The tool examines a set of Notes databases and summarises • Total Size of NSFs Examined • Total Attachments found • Total Duplicate Attachments found • Total DAOS Eligible Attachments • Estimate Size of DAOS dir • Total Disk Savings https://www-304.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg24021920
  • Provides an illustration of distribution of file sizes==============================================================================| Size Distribution of All Attachments Found |==============================================================================| |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416| || |161416|90946 | || |161416|90946 | || |161416|90946 | ||66362 | |161416|90946 | ||66362 | |161416|90946 | ||66362 | |161416|90946 | ||66362 | |161416|90946 | ||66362 | |161416|90946 | ||66362 | |161416|90946 | ||66362 | |33629 |35311 |161416|90946 | ||66362 | |33629 |35311 |161416|90946 | ||66362 | |33629 |35311 |161416|90946 | ||66362 |19744 |33629 |35311 |161416|90946 |18550 | ||66362 |19744 |33629 |35311 |161416|90946 |18550 | ||66362 |19744 |33629 |35311 |161416|90946 |18550 | ||66362 |19744 |33629 |35311 |161416|90946 |18550 | 3458 | 426 | 22 | 0 || | | | | | | | | | | |==============================================================================| 0.0% | 0.1% | 0.3% | 0.6% | 7.5% |20.4% |31.5% |25.1% |11.4% | 3.2% | 0.0% |==============================================================================| 4k | 8k | 16k | 32k | 64k | 1MB | 5MB | 20MB | 100MB| 1GB | >1GB |==============================================================================
  • Domino 8.5 – configuration tuner Detect misconfigurations • Mistaken settings • Incorrectly published values Detect performance and security issues • Recommend best practice performance settings like “Don’t overwrite free space” Reduce support costs • Support can use DCT to provide initial assessment • Administrators can perform self-assessment Uses a Notes8.x client • Can run against Domino7.x & higher http://preview.tinyurl.com/6kv6uv6
  • Quick plug for … IBM Multimedia Library forLotus Notes Also on offer for Quickr, Sametime and Connections Designed to help your employees learn the new features of Lotus Notes Includes tutorials to guide users through new features Very low cost and easy installation http://www-01.ibm.com/software/lotus/training/multimedialibrary.html
  • Or go for the free learning widget Covers Notes8.5.2 features Sits in Notes8.x standard sidebar Either for existing users upgrading from a previous version of Notes • Or migrating from Outlook to Notes Can be deployed via a widget catalogue http://preview.tinyurl.com/5pb55k
  • Even available for iNotes via your browserhttp://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/Installing_the_Learning_Widget_into_Lotus_iNotes_8.5.1
  • Further reading & resources I share many bookmarks externally on IBM.coms Connections Search by tag/key-word & sign-up for your own profile with an IBM.com ID http://preview.tinyurl.com/6xle2wn
  • As well as via Twitter http://twitter.com/stevecogan
  • Thank youSteve CoganIBM Collaboration Solutionssteve.cogan@uk.ibm.comtwitter: stevecogan
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