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IBM Presents the Notes Domino Roadmap and a Deep Dive into Feature Pack 8

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This webinar encompasses two sessions presented at IBM Connect 2017. Adam Kesner and Barry Rosen from IBM review the latest updates on Notes/Domino and discuss the future directions and support for Notes/Domino and deliverables over the coming 12-18 months while IBM moves to a continuous delivery model. Then, Martin Donnelly and Brian Gleeson from IBM take a deep dive into the key features delivered in Feature Pack 8 including how to use the new encryption capabilities, improvements to Domino Designer, and more!

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IBM Presents the Notes Domino Roadmap and a Deep Dive into Feature Pack 8

  1. 1. IBM Presents the Notes/Domino Roadmap and a Deep Dive into Feature Pack 8 Mar. 28, 2017
  2. 2. This webinar is brought to you as part of the free monthly webinar series from:
  3. 3. Howard Greenberg @TLCC Courtney Carter @Teamstudio Martin Donnelly @TweeterDonnelly Brian Gleeson @BrianGleesonIE Adam Kesner @AdamKesnerIBM Barry Rosen @B_Rosen
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  9. 9. 5 IBM Presents the Notes/Domino Plan and Feature Pack 8 Barry Rosen IBM @B_Rosen Adam Kesner IBM @AdamKesnerIBM Martin Donnelly IBM @TweeterDonnelly Brian Gleeson IBM @BGleesonIE
  10. 10. IBM Presents … The Notes/Domino Roadmap and A Deep Dive into Feature Pack 8 Barry Rosen Adam Kesner Martin Donnelly Brian Gleeson
  11. 11. Please note IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user’s job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here. 2 3/28/2017
  12. 12. Introductions 3 Adam Kesner ICS Offering Manager @AdamKesnerIBM Barry Rosen ICS Offering Manager @b_Rosen
  13. 13. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Notes / Domino Investments - Delivered in 2016 and Coming in 2017 • Support period extension and Continuous Improvements announcement – Normal Passport Advantage schedule tied to Versions / Releases – Notes / Domino changes to incremental delivery model with continued updates via Feature Packs – September 13 2016 announcement extended the support extension for all current Notes and Domino platforms through at least September 2021 – Fix Pack 7 released September 2016, ”FP8” 1q2017, etc – Most features originally discussed as “Notes / Domino 9.0.2” are being released through Feature Packs • IBM Mail Support for Microsoft Outlook (IMSMO) – Extended Outlook support both the on premises and cloud deployments • ICAA 1.0.1 • App.Next – Domino XPages run-time on Bluemix was made available in Q2 2016 • IBM Verse On-Premises (General Availability December 30th 2016) – Major addition for Notes / Domino customers – continued improvement to the platform! – Intended for all active S&S and Dual Entitlement subscriptions which include Enterprise Client Access License (CAL) – Recommended to use with IBM Connections 5.5 Files and Profiles to be deployed (on-premises)
  14. 14. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Notes Domino 9.0.1 Support Extension and 8.5.x End of Service 9.0.1 Support Extension • Customers fully protected on evolving Notes / Domino 9.0.1 platform until 2021 • Notes / Domino 9.0.1 continues to be enhanced on both server and client side • IBM Verse On-Premises will incorporate feature updates from the cloud 8.5.x End of Service • Notes / Domino 8.5.x has been in market for 6 years • Most of the client base has moved to Notes / Domino 9.0.1 • Remaining customers have until September 2018 to make the move to Notes / Domino 9.0.1 o Customers requiring further support can do so at an additional charge
  15. 15. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. What is a Feature Pack? A “Feature Pack” delivers features, in addition to fixes. Our intent is to provide Feature Packs at a cadence of 3-4 per year o Notes / Domino 9.0.1 will be the baseline release and future updates will be delivered as feature packs on top of 9.0.1. This provides a mechanism for continuous delivery and eases deployments o There are ”core” technical elements required to support the longevity of Domino applications and these are of the highest priority in the upcoming Feature Packs
  16. 16. ND Feature Packs (incl VOP) 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 ND Continuous Improvements – incl. Verse All statements about future shipments and support are for planning purposes only and subject to change at IBM’s sole discretion IMSMO V2, Bluemix, ICAA 1.0.1 GA Verse On-Prem ND8.5 fee ext. support begins Domino Apps new invest • BP / Modernization • IBM Platform update ND9.0.1 support & FP announce 7 8 . . .9 n
  17. 17. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Notes and Domino Platform Updates • Microsoft Windows 2016 support added in Feature Pack 8 • 32 bit dropped for AIX and Linux server • No new functional improvements for Linux client beyond Fix Pack 7 • Support continued through End of Support (EOS) for Notes Linux Client • Notes Mac feature pack parity planning underway • Alignment with IBM Verse On-Premises • Embedded Sametime Feature Pack Upgrades
  18. 18. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Notes / Domino Template Updates • Template releases will be in separate downloads aligned with Feature Pack releases • Posted on IBM Fix Central and not packaged with the fix pack installer – optional download to upgrade templates • Only updated templates will be released • Will include changes needed for corresponding features / fixes in the Notes / Domino Feature Pack • There will be one zip file for English and one zip for all other languages posted
  19. 19. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Notes Windows Feature Pack Candidates Notes Fix Pack 7 • Improved support in the Notes client for high resolution monitors including 4k monitors • Support for TNEF based calendar invitations in Notes / Domino addressing parsing issues Notes Feature Pack 8 • Support Java 8 runtime • Ability to show internet address instead of Notes addresses in Mail / Calendar / Contacts and ToDo’s • Improvements in rendering forwarded MIME messages (read- only) • Mail template update • Policy support for Group By Date and beginning of message Notes Feature Pack 9 • Upgrade OSGi / Eclipse / SWT to support Java 8 compile time • Ability to run rules on existing emails • Support for persistent VDIs for Roaming and SAML configurations • Support for Last Name / First Name mail addressing in Notes client providing consistent results • Support auto refresh for delegated mail files High Priority • Upgrade Embedded Sametime • Support for STARTTLS protocol in Notes client • Support for incremental overlay in federated calendars for ICS files • Delegate Calendar and ToDo's option when delegating mail files • Increase limit for junk mail in the Notes client • Archiving with editor access for delegates • Support for folder design upgrades for large number of folders • Forward invitation as an invitation
  20. 20. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Domino / Application Development Feature Pack Candidates Domino Fix Pack 7 • Notes / Domino Port Encryption upgraded to AES Domino Feature Pack 8 • Upgrade Java 1.8 (Run time only) • Move Views outside of NSF for Increased data store in NSF • Document encryption for XPages • Backend LotusScript / JavaScript / Java Access to ID Vault • Increase Document Summary limit from 64k to 16mb • Domino Designer source control extension point for Swiper integration • Pubnames template update • Support ADFS 3.0 • New @ModifiedInThisFile, @AddedToThisFile Domino Feature Pack 9 • Upgrade to Java 1.8 (Designer Compile time) • Upgrade OSGi on Domino Server • NIF: Concurrency Enhancements & in-line view update • Domino policy to restrict mail from forwarding to an internet address • Support RFC 2231 - this RFC is the current standard for specifying non-ASCII headers. It was first introduced over 15 years ago. It was not widely used for many years. It is now the default for many mail clients, e.g., Thunderbird High Priority • Performance and Scalability improvements for IBM Verse On Premises • DAS REST API enhancements
  21. 21. IBM Verse On-Premises
  22. 22. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. IBM Verse On-Premises Overview • Domino customers can now deploy IBM Verse On-Premises and further leverage their investment with IBM • It provides the same rich experience as Verse in the cloud • Customers can deploy IBM Verse On-Premises by installing additional elements for search on Domino and using IBM Connections functions via API-based access ** • Entitled via active S&S for Notes Client Access License: - CEO com bundle or Messaging or Enterprise Client Access License (CAL) / Processor Value Unity (PVU) - Messaging / Collaboration Express - All Dual Entitlement (DE) licensing - Must have active S&S or Dual Entitlement (DE) Service! - Leverage IBM Connections Files and Profiles entitlements with Notes / Domino ** The Limited Entitlement to Connections Files and Profiles with all Notes / Domino licensing is upgraded to Connections 5.5
  23. 23. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. IBM Verse On-Premises High-Level Architecture • Supported without IBM Connections 5.5 (or later) – Files / Profiles are required (on-premises) for full experience • Domino 9.0.1 at latest Fix Pack level - Fix Pack 7 • Mail-file design must be at Domino 9.0 level (can be customized as long as standard fields etc. are unmodified). APIs for populating “Important to Me” bar, social content, etc. IBM Verse User Interface (for Mail and Calendar hosted from Domino) Domino 9.0.1 / FP7+ (existing Domino mail infrastructure) IBM Connections 5.5 / Cumulative Refresh 1 (for Files, Profiles, Preview, Business Card, Team Analytics, etc.) Search Index (on Domino) New components Existing components
  24. 24. What’s next for IBM Verse On- Premises? 15 3/28/2017
  25. 25. Timeline All modules completed. IBM Verse Sync API access (IBM internal only) Sold via SOWs in the Apps Program (i.e. Support Included) “ALPHA” (DEMO-only via test accounts to selected PREVIEW customers ) BETA 1 (available to selected PREVIEW customers) BETA 2 (available to selected PREVIEW customers) Modules will be integrated fully with Connections Cloud. GA 1.0 GA Next Start Project May 2016 June/July 2016 Mid-July 2016 October 2016 December 2016 1H2017
  26. 26. Features under consideration: • High Availability: performance and scalability • Files: filter and preview • UI refresh • IBM Connections 6.0 support • Threads: message list and preview • Sametime rich client integration • Calendar Inbox • Delegation for calendar and mail • Extensibility • Mobile enhancements (profile picture and important people • Suggested recipients • Cognitive Organizer • Promoted statements / messages IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. IBM Verse On-Premises
  27. 27. Feature Packs – An App Dev Perspective 18 3/28/2017
  28. 28. Introductions 19 Brian Gleeson Software Developer @BGleesonIE Martin Donnelly Software Architect @TweeterDonnelly
  29. 29. Feature Packs – An App Dev Perspective Feature Packs work well with XPages XPages has been able to provide enhancements outside of the regular ND release cycle Many XPages enhancements have been provided on OpenNTF.org via the XPages ExtLib project * ExtLib enhancements have been re-integrated to ND core in all feature releases since 9.0 * XPages ExtLib is by far the most successful OpenNTF project to date with ~ 90K downloads * http://extlib.openntf.org Traditional Model
  30. 30. Feature Packs – An App Dev Perspective Up to now… XPages enhancements come from two different sources 1. XPages core depends on new Notes/Domino core features e.g. Document encryption requires new Java APIs for access to the Domino user id vault and user id itself 2. ExtLib releases which are always based on ND capabilities available in most recent core release e.g. Responsive capabilities was easy because everything needed to integrate Bootstrap was already there Since Feature Packs allow new APIs, same model can be applied to FPs… i.e. OpenNTF enhancements can be integrated into future ND Feature Packs
  31. 31. Feature Packs – An App Dev Perspective Integrating OpenNTF enhancements into Feature Packs means A continuous delivery model offering a more frequent refresh cycle than before Less to do in terms of XPages Ext Lib upgrades, installs etc As a open source contributor you can get your favorite thing into a ND Feature Pack ! Built-in granular control over the version of XPages you want to work with… Feature Pack numbers will be added to the Minimum Supported Release menu in Domino Designer Each XPages property is versioned in a way that supports Feature Pack delivery New to 9.0.1 FP8
  32. 32. FP8 What’s in FP8 ? …Bootstrap … JDBC ... Doc Encryption … Tooling… Domino Designer
  33. 33. The Feature Pack Pipeline A Rich XPages Stream for Feature Packs XPages Extension Library has had 17 releases since 9.0.1 GA … meaning all of these are candidates for future FPs: RDBMS Support Bootstrap Responsive Capabilities DAS Enhancements Bluemix Tooling Community Contributed Features and Fixes … plus features from the ND post-9.0.1 internal pipeline Document encryption/decryption for the web iNotes Calendar enhancements Swiper Extension Point for Domino Designer Miscellaneous Features and Fixes
  34. 34. Demos – Highlights of FP8 B Document Encryption Domino Designer … via JDBC RDBMS Access
  35. 35. RDBMS Support and Responsive XPages Demo 26 ExtLib Bugs .NSF db Core FP8 Bugs DB2 db XPages Application 9.0.1 FP8 Bootstrap RDBMS Support
  36. 36. Summary - Responsive XPages With Bootstrap • Dynamically optimise UX across all devices • Write once, run anywhere • Bootstrap + Glyphicons + jQuery + XPages 27
  37. 37. Summary - Responsive XPages With Bootstrap 28 Q4 2014 2015 Q1 2016 Q1 2017 OpenNTF ExtLib v10 Bootstrap Release 9.0.1 ExtLib Release Bootstrap v3.2 OpenNTF ExtLib v16 Bootstrap v3.3.6 IBM V9.0.1 FP8 Bootstrap v3.3.7 OpenNTF ExtLib v11-v15 Many responsive fixes & improvements
  38. 38. Summary - Responsive XPages With Bootstrap • Two main themes: Bootstrap3, Bootstrap3_flat • Advanced theme: Bootstrap3_blank • All XPages and ExtLib controls get Bootstrap look and feel • Many controls made responsive • Additional Bootstrap XPages controls • Carousel • Dashboard • Navbar • Application Layout Wizard • Two added Responsive configurations 29
  39. 39. Summary – RDBMS Support in XPages • Integrate relational data into XPages applications • Bind XPages controls to JDBC Query or RowSet • Improve performance with connection pooling, ‘Simple’ or ‘Apache DBCP’ • Use JDBC @functions in SSJS • e.g. @JdbcExecuteQuery, @JdbcInsert, @JdbcUpdate … DB2® SQL Server®Oracle® PostgreSQL XPages App 30
  40. 40. Summary – RDBMS Support in XPages JDBC Driver Plugin Wizard in Domino Designer • Create Update Site • or JDBC plugin only 31
  41. 41. Summary – Document Encryption / Decryption on the Web What do you need for doc encryption on the web ? 1. Notes/Domino FP8 is the minimum release 2. Domino IDVault must be running in your server environment 3. Domino Security • Users must have privilege to do encryption • Ref: Notes Admin > Server doc security tab 4. Document encryption must be enabled on a per-NSF basis (opt-in) • App Config > Xsp Properties > General > Data Sources 32
  42. 42. Summary – Document Encryption / Decryption on the Web • Docs can be automatically decrypted by the XPages runtime • Low code or No code required on the XPage • Docs can be encrypted using secret or public/private keys • Designer experience is simplified using wizards, pickers and @Functions 33 Secret Keys Secret Key Picker Encrypted Field
  43. 43. Summary – Document Encryption / Decryption on the Web Supporting XPages Features • New Secret Key Picker control • Populates encryption field with secret keys from user id • Existing Name Picker control • Populates encryption keys with names for public/private keys • New @Functions for simplified SSJS coding • @UserSecretKeys() • @UserID() • New Domino Document Data Source Property • encryptionKeysProvider • New Managed Bean • dominoIDVaultBean • Connects end-users to the ID Vault • Handles authentication • New xsp.properties entry - xsp.domino.document.encryption=true|false 34
  44. 44. Summary – Document Encryption / Decryption on the Web Programmability Enhancements - APIs • New classes, methods & properties in C, Java, SSJS & LotusScript • New IDVault and UserID classes + extensions to existing classes: • Session class: IDVault Session.getIDVault() • Database class: Database.setUserIDForDecrypt(UserID uid) • Document class: Document.encrypt(Optional UserID uid) 35 Java ServerSide JavaScript
  45. 45. Domino Designer Miscellany – All About You! New XPages Preferences as per YOUR requests • XPages Editor Pane Selection • Design Visualization Behavior • Palette Organization 36
  46. 46. Improved Developer Productivity SSJS Editor Support for new Global Objects Managed Beans SSJS Object List.. with TypeAhead Support • userBean • viewStateBean • deviceBean • dominoIDVaultBean • YOUR Managed Beans 37
  47. 47. iNotes Calendar Support See YOUR calendar in double quick time! • New Designer wizard generates all the XSP markup needed for iNotes calendar • Drag / Drop / Done 38
  48. 48. XPages Theme Extension Point See YOUR themes in Domino Designer ! New Community Driven Feature ... In the class that implements StyleKitFactory also implement StyleKitListFactory Return a list of themes using getThemeIds() 39
  49. 49. New Extension Point for Swiper enables tighter Designer Integration Better Support for Team Development • Filter irrelevant meta-data noise from your source control activities 40
  50. 50. A Look to the Future
  51. 51. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. A Look to the Future… Domino / Application Development Feature Pack Candidates Domino Fix Pack 7 • Notes / Domino Port Encryption upgraded to AES Domino Feature Pack 8 • Upgrade Java 1.8 (Run time only) • Move Views outside of NSF for Increased data store in NSF • Document encryption for XPages • Backend LotusScript / JavaScript / Java Access to ID Vault • Increase Document Summary limit from 64k to 16mb • Domino Designer source control extension point for Swiper integration • Pubnames template update • Support ADFS 3.0 • New @ModifiedInThisFile, @AddedToThisFile Domino Feature Pack 9 • Upgrade to Java 1.8 (Designer Compile time) • Upgrade OSGi on Domino Server • XPages Open Sourcing • NIF: Concurrency Enhancements & in-line view update • OpenNTF Community Projects / Contributions High Priority • Performance and Scalability improvements for IBM Verse On Premises • DAS REST API enhancements
  52. 52. A Look to the Future… But this is what is REALLY exciting… • An Eclipse upgrade means you can take advantage of Java 1.8 features in • XPages, Custom Controls, Managed Beans • Java Agents • Java Design Element • It gives us the opportunity to take advantage of modern Eclipse tooling • Source control plug-ins (EGit, SCN, CVS etc) • Updated Editors and Tooling (e.g. JavaScript enhancements, Bluemix) • Latest Community Projects • OSGi components requiring the modern implementations can be dropped in once again
  53. 53. SmartNSF FP9 Candidate (To be included soon in ExtLibX on OpenNTF) Transform your Notes Application in a Microservice in Minutes! Register your REST API via a single file direct in the IBM Domino Designer Expose the API under <your database>.nsf/xsp/.xrest/ Using Groovy and Java to manipulate the exposed data Intercept the request by defined events: Validate preload, postload, postnew presave, postsave, presubmit
  54. 54. Q&A 45 ?
  55. 55. Resources Online Samples of Today’s Demo Apps  http://xsamples.ibmcollabcloud.com/ Info and Blog Articles on Document Encryption / Domino ID Vault  http://ibm.biz/NotesFieldEncryptionInfo - Article by Richard Schwartz  http://ibm.biz/DominoIDVaultOverview - Article by Nancy E Kho Bootstrap / Responsive Design  http://ibm.biz/ResponsiveXPages1 - XPages Bootstrap Video by Brian Gleeson  http://ibm.biz/ResponsiveXPages2 - XPages Bootstrap Video by Brian Gleeson … the sequel !  http://getbootstrap.com/ - Bootstrap home page  http://blog.getbootstrap.com/ - Official Bootstrap Blog
  56. 56. Resources Useful XPages Sites  https://www.openntf.org/ - Home page for OpenNTF  https://extlib.openntf.org/ - XPages Extension Library site  http://ibm.biz/MasteringXPages - Mastering XPages book  http://xpages.info/ - XPages news site  http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/xpages - XPages on Stack Overflow  https://xpagesandmore.blogspot.ie/ - More XPages news and updates  http://www.tlcc.com/admin/tlccsite.nsf/pages/xpages - TLCC XPages Training Reports from the Trenches  http://camerongregor.com/ - Cameron Gregor  http://johnjardin.ukuvuma.co.za/ - John Jardin  http://xpageswiki.com – Julian Buss  http://www.xpagedeveloper.com/ - Fredrik Norling
  57. 57. Thank You Buíochas Спасибо ! Merci ! Dank u ! Vielen Dank ! Gracias ! Grazie ! Tak ! ‫شكرا‬ ‫תודה‬‫רבה‬‫לך‬ Bye Bye 
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  60. 60. Backup 51
  61. 61. FAQs… • Will I be able to take advantage of Java 8 in Designer in FP8 ?  No, you can only compile XPages, Java agents and other Java artifacts to Java 6  FP9 will support Java 8 from a design-time perspective • Are new FP UI features translated into international languages ?  Yes, runtime error messages and warnings will be based on user language preferences  The developer experience in Domino Designer will be English-only • What components have been upgraded in FP8 ?  Dojo from 1.8.3 to 1.9.7  CKEditor from 3.6.6.2 to 4.5.3.2
  62. 62. Other Potential Feature Pack Candidates • XPages Open Sourcing • Domino Designer Fixes • More Community Contributions – what would you like ? • Other OpenNTF Projects • POI 4 XPages • Smart NSF 53
  63. 63. Domino Database (NSF) Enhancements View concurrency enhancements Dedicated View Refresh: Dedicated background thread alleviates issue of view indexes being update at same time when reading/writing to a view Inline view updates: views are updated as part of the note updates Store database view indexes (NIF) on disk Store views indexes outside of NSF View indexes on disk can grow to 1 Terabyte View indexes encrypted at same level as NSF 54
  64. 64. Domino Database (NSF) Enhancements Expand 64K Summary data limit In current releases Text (Summary) limit is: 64KB per document 32KB per field 32KB per view entry In Notes/Domino 9.0.x we have raised the Summary data 16MB per document Individual Field/View limits remain unchanged 55
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