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List of sessions, labs and customer panels on API Economy and API Management from IMPACT 2014, as of April 24

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API Sessions at IBM IMPACT 2014, as of April 24

  1. 1. GEN-3471: General Session: The New Composable Business General Session Mon Apr 28 ( 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. ) Hall B Technologies such as Cloud, Big Data, Social and Mobile are the catalysts for industry and business model transformation, while opening doors to unprecedented levels of connectedness and engagement with people, businesses and governments. A digital reinvention is underway, and companies must prepare for the radical disruption ahead. The traditional approach to business processes, to applications, IT infrastructure, data and even the workforce will no longer work. It isn't adaptive enough, it isn't secure enough and it sure isn?t fast enough. A new approach is required that will rapidly connect components together. A "Composable Business" is a building block approach that allows organizations to quickly overcome the challenges of a digital economy. Hear from peers at the forefront of this shift and learn why the "Composable Business" will be the business of the future, what benefits it will bring and how you can Be First to realize your full potential today. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: General Session Audience: C Level Executive-All C-Level Executives, Line of Business Manager-All Line of Business Managers, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Manager-All IT Managers, Line of Business Executive-All Line of Business Executives Speakers Charaka Kithulegoda, ING Mark Jen, Square Michael Rhodin, IBM Michael Garel, egeQ Marie Wieck, IBM Robert LeBlanc, IBM Peter Aceto , ING KEY-1955: Keynote: Compose Your Digital Enterprise with Flexible and Secure Integration Keynote Mon Apr 28 ( 1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. ) Palazzo G New technologies based on the Internet of Things and the API Economy are creating unprecedented levels of interconnectedness between people, processes, applications, and devices. These technologies are enabling new Page 1 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  2. 2. business models based on digital reinvention using components that can be quickly pieced together. This composable business brings unique challenges and opportunities around the need to securely and rapidly connect components in a flexible way. Hear from clients and IBM thought leaders on how to adopt flexible and secure integration models to address these challenges and accelerate composable business transformation. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Keynote Audience: C Level Executive-All C-Level Executives Speakers Michael Curry, IBM Don Boulia, IBM Aarti Borkar, IBM Phil Griffith, Johnson Controls, Inc Helmuth Ritzer, Daimler Mobility Services Adolfo Rodriguez, IBM IAG-1434: IBM API Management - Overview & What's New Lecture Mon Apr 28 ( 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. ) Palazzo G This session offers an overview of the IBM API Management solution and highlights the new and exciting capabilities that are now available. IBM API Management allows users to create, secure, manage, and socialize application programming interfaces (API), which are required for entry into the API economy, Internet of Things, and mobile strategies. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: C Level Executive-Chief Information Officer, C Level Executive-Chief Technology Officer, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Manager-All IT Managers, IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers Matthew Kelm, IBM Sid Bhatia, IBM KEY-1529: Keynote: Application Infrastructure: The Foundation of a Composable Business Keynote Mon Apr 28 ( 2:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. ) Palazzo L The foundation of a composable business starts with the right application infrastructure. Companies need to quickly create, run, and scale existing applications and emerging web and mobile applications on- and off- Page 2 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  3. 3. premise and work across a growing and open ecosystem of partners. Cloud, data, and new systems of engagement not only drive new workloads but also unprecedented and unpredictable transactional volume. In this fast paced, interactive, demo-centric session, you will hear from clients and IBM experts on how to build a rock-solid application platform that supports this wide range of requirements and rapid innovation without compromising enterprise-class service. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Keynote Audience: C Level Executive-Chief Technology Officer, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Manager-All IT Managers, IT Manager-IT Strategy & Enterprise Arch Speakers Marie Wieck, IBM Snehal Antani, GE Capital Tony Infranca, Cerner Corp Venkat Gaddam, Verizon Enterprise Services Harish Grama, IBM Michael Curry, IBM INO-2569: Freedom to Innovate Through SOA & APIs Lecture Mon Apr 28 ( 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ) Marcello 4405 Innovation is driving the need to be even more interconnected and to combine insight in new ways. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) design principles applied to business application programming interfaces (APIs) give enterprises the freedom to innovate so that new applications can evolve at different speeds than the services provided by existing systems of record. The new world of APIs and services entails a productivity boom much greater than the web boom of the previous decade. Join this session to learn how to use SOA and APIs to unleash innovation. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: Innovating through SOA and APIs Audience: Line of Business Executive-Marketing (and offer management) Speakers Claus Torp Jensen, IBM IAG-1325: Roundtable: IBM API Management User Experience Design & Feedback Customer Feedback Mon Apr 28 ( 5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. ) Zeno 4701 Page 3 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  4. 4. The focus of this session is to solicit feedback on IBM API Management. The goal is to identify areas of the product's capability and usability that would benefit from improvement or that have presented shortcomings. The first half of the session focuses on feedback from customers on existing experiences. The second half explores future designs. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Professional-Integration Development Speakers Shane Claussen, IBM Christopher Markes, IBM IAG-1513: Panel Discussion: Enterprise API Strategies from Customers & Implementors Panel Mon Apr 28 ( 5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. ) Lido 3005 This session features customer panelists who have or are on the path to establishing API strategies for targeting internal, external, or partner developer communities. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Executive-IT Strategy & Enterprise Arch, IT Manager-All IT Managers, IT Professional-All IT Professionals, IT Professional-Solution / Software Arch Speakers Ren Srinivasan, Citi Mehdi Medjaoui, WebShell.io Sid Bhatia, IBM John Falkl, Haddon Hill Group Associates Jack Hunt, Availity, Inc. Justin Falciola, Humana Tim Hundt, GE Capital IAG-1339: API Management & Beyond: Introduction, Benefits, Use Cases & Approach, & Reference Architecture Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ) Marcello 4402 This session introduces the application programming interface (API) economy and space, the relevant use Page 4 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  5. 5. cases, benefits, and approaches to building an API management solution. Attend this session to learn about the benefits of API management through real-world use cases and a methodical approach to building an API management solution. Understand the roles, reference architecture, and stages of API development. Further, learn from experts on how to create an API management solution from scratch. Understand the API solution lifecycle, including analysis, infrastructure setup, API design, test, and development. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Executive-All IT Executives Speakers Dinesh Shetty, IBM Rachel Reinitz, IBM BTA-1401: Capitalizing on the API Economy Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ) Lando 4201 A As part of Pitney Bowes' strategy to grow revenue across digital platforms, the company is using IBM API Management on SoftLayer to advance its global information services network, which allows consumers to check- in through their favorite mobile devices. For Pitney Bowes, this cloud-based approach exposes its solutions to an extended ecosystem of innovators and developers. It also speeds the availability of new application programming interface-based services to vast markets globally that was not possible before. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Business + Technology Strategies = The art of the possible Sub-track: Thinking Ahead Audience: C Level Executive-Chief Information Officer, IT Executive-All IT Executives, Line of Business Executive-All Line of Business Executives Speakers Bob Evans, Pitney Bowes Srikant Varadarajan, Pitney Bowes IAG-1496: API Design Best Practices Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ) Marcello 4402 An application programming interface (API) is the user interface for a developer. Designing the right APIs in the right way is key to a successful API management solution. Adopting best practices while designing APIs becomes very important. Attend this session to understand all the aspects of RESTful API design. The session covers all important concepts, including URI design, versioning, pragmatic, REST, caching, security, SSL and Page 5 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  6. 6. error handling, an HTTP status codes. Learn from experts using a code walkthrough of a typical industry example to better understand the best practices. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Manager-Software Design & Development Speakers Alan Moore, IBM Dinesh Shetty, IBM IAG-2509: Business of Internal APIs, by Kin Lane, The API Evangelist Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ) Palazzo G The largest area of growth in the last couple years of APIs is internally within the enterprise. There are numerous lessons that can be extracted from the world of public APIs, and applied internally within any company, helping increase agility, efficiency, while also helping develop new business lines. When it comes to APIs, the secret to success isn?t all about technology, and this session will help introduce you to the business of internal APIs, extracted from the approach of leaders in the space. This session features Kin Lane, a leading API Evangelist. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers Sid Bhatia, IBM Kin Lane, Tech Gypsies, LLC INO-2739: Differentiating Between Web APIs, SOA, & Integration - And Why It Matters to an Architecture Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ) Palazzo P There are many similarities between the design techniques for the new trend of web application programming interfaces and those that have been maturing for many years for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Indeed SOA could be seen as "just" an evolution of traditional integration, but that type of thinking was the beginning of the end for many SOA initiatives. In this session, presenters focus on the differences - the things that make web APIs unique from what came before and the differences in how they are designed and implemented. Also, in recognition that almost no sizable enterprise is starting from scratch, presenters look at how existing integration architectures should be evolved to accommodate these new requirements. Page 6 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  7. 7. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: Innovating through SOA and APIs Audience: IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers Kim Clark, IBM Brian Petrini, IBM IAG-1398: From Mobile to API: What Are the Security Implications Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. ) Marcello 4501 B In this session, presenters cover the security implications of deploying a mobile application and accessing a web application programming interface (API) that resides on a cloud. Presenters discuss the overall security implications for an application running on a mobile device and accessing information in a cloud through an exposed API. This is the first part of this session, which follows the journey of the mobile application to the DMZ. The second part picks up the story from the DMZ to the cloud. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers Raj Balasubramanian, IBM Ozair Sheikh, IBM IAG-1517: Extending Enterprise Integration with IBM API Management Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. ) Palazzo G Application programming interface (API) management provides a new way of reaching external developer communities, but it also provides an opportunity to integrate in new ways with internal developers. In this session, presenters explore how existing integration services provided using IBM WebSphere Message Broker, IBM WebSphere DataPower, and IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository can be easily turned into API resources exposed to and exploited by internal and external developers to provide new and innovative applications. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Professional-IT Asset Management, IT Professional-IT Opns Mgmt. / System Admin., IT Page 7 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  8. 8. Professional-IT Strategy & Enterprise Arch, IT Professional-Integration Development Speakers Ian Heritage, IBM IAG-1487: From Mobile to API: What Are the Security Implications (Part 2) Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. ) Marcello 4501 B In this session, presenters cover the security implications of deploying a mobile application and accessing a web application programming interface (API) that resides on a cloud. Presenters discuss the overall security implications for an application running on a mobile device and accessing information in a cloud through an exposed API. This is the second part of this session, which follows the journey of the mobile application from the DMZ to the cloud, through a web API. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Manager-All IT Managers Speakers Dinesh Shetty, IBM Shiu Fun Poon, IBM ICU-1890: Explore API Economy Through Joint Lab Building the Largest Internet of Vehicles Platform in China Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. ) Marcello 4401 A TransWiseway, the leading transportation services provider, is building the largest internet of vehicles platform in China to provide value-added services. With the API economy trend, it is pursuing a billion dollars in service revenue per year. But the legacy infrastructure built with open source has its limitation in scalability, flexibility, and throughput to support new service deployment and millions of connections. IBM and TransWiseway set up the Joint Innovation Lab for joint solutions, which aims to improve the user stickiness with mobile applications based on IBM Worklight, support connectivity with more than five million vehicles via IBM MessageSight appliance, and enable the open platform with IBM API Management. The new commercial platform is now being built to provide value-added services with a time-to-market benefit. In this session, presenters discuss the joint platform architecture and best practices using IBM Worklight, IBM MessageSight, and IBM API Management. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: Client Use Cases: Integration in Action Page 8 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  9. 9. Audience: C Level Executive-Chief Technology Officer, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Executive-Solution / Software Arch, IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers DaoSheng Hu, TransWiseway TieBao Ma, IBM CFD-2222: An Overview of IBM Cloud Integration Lecture Tue Apr 29 ( 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. ) Delfino 4003 Explore the creation of a cloud-resident application that can securely leverage services and data on-premise and in other software-as-as-service clouds. IBM's cloud integration offerings include traditional on-premise, cloud, mobile, application programming interfaces (APIs), and the Internet of Things. This session details the breadth of IBM?s solutions and walks through typical customer use cases. From connecting to cloud and mobile applications, ensuring a secure gateway service exists, building and deploying integration services, and exposing services as APIs for use within the enterprise, the session covers the soup-to-nuts integration experience. Presenters also talk about this cloud integration functionality as part of the IBM BlueMix platform. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Cloud Sub-track: Cloud Fundamentals Audience: Line of Business Professional-All Line of Business Professionals, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Manager-All IT Managers, IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers Adolfo Rodriguez, IBM IAG-1325: Roundtable: IBM API Management User Experience Design & Feedback Customer Feedback Tue Apr 29 ( 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. ) Zeno 4701 The focus of this session is to solicit feedback on IBM API Management. The goal is to identify areas of the product's capability and usability that would benefit from improvement or that have presented shortcomings. The first half of the session focuses on feedback from customers on existing experiences. The second half explores future designs. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Professional-Integration Development Speakers Page 9 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  10. 10. Shane Claussen, IBM Christopher Markes, IBM GEN-3473: General Session: The Way Forward General Session Wed Apr 30 ( 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. ) Hall B Be First to hear the most forward thinking leaders in technology and entertainment! You will learn the importance of embracing the ecosystem of everything and how secure and flexible integration models enable the digital reinvention required to be first in a rapidly changing marketplace. Hear from thought leaders on how they have transformed their companies and processes and familiarize yourself with the latest tools and technologies to begin your journey toward becoming a "Composable Business". Don?t miss our special guest speaker Kevin Spacey! A two-time Academy Award® winner, Spacey is executive producer and star of the critically-acclaimed series "House of Cards", artistic director at the Old Vic Theatre in London, and is self-distributing the new documentary "NOW - In the Wings on a World Stage" May 2nd. Hear his riveting story about the transformation of the television industry and why he's passionate about giving audiences and consumers what they want, when they want it. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: General Session Audience: C Level Executive-All C-Level Executives, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Manager-All IT Managers, IT Professional-All IT Professionals, Line of Business Executive-All Line of Business Executives Speakers Michael Curry, IBM Harish Grama, IBM Jerry Cuomo, IBM Lance Donny, OnFarm Mychelle Mollot, IBM James Fairweather, Pitney Bowes IAG-1501: API Lifecycle Management: Integrating IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository & API Management Lecture Wed Apr 30 ( 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ) Marcello 4402 Considering augmenting existing service governance and lifecycle management capabilities to include externally facing web application programming interfaces (APIs)? Wondering how to leverage existing service lifecycle capabilities in IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository? Attend this session to understand the potential linkages between service governance, service management, and API management. Join John Falkl, General Manager, IBM Technology Strategy, and Phill Schaadt, Founder and CTO of Haddon Hill group (an IBM premier business partner), as they provide insights on this topic. Page 10 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  11. 11. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: C Level Executive-Chief Information Officer, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Executive-Solution / Software Arch, IT Manager-IT Strategy & Enterprise Arch Speakers John Falkl, Haddon Hill Group Associates IAG-3236: API First Mobile Strategy Lecture Wed Apr 30 ( 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ) Palazzo G How should teams build their first mobile applications with the ability to scale time, money, and infrastructure to build second, third, and fourth mobile applications? How can they move from a mobile application to the application programming interface (API) economy? This session discusses the recommended practice for building mobile with an API-first approach where security and scalability are key. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers Ozair Sheikh, IBM Nitin Gaur, IBM Matthew Kelm, IBM ICU-2165: Enabling IBM API Management at WestJet Airlines Lecture Wed Apr 30 ( 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ) Lando 4305 Delivering on dynamic business requirements is complex. In order to address this complexity, WestJet Airlines is embracing the capabilities of the IBM API Management solution. Presenters show how elements of WestJet Airlines' strategy and dynamic business requirements are implemented using IBM API Management. Examples of benefits include separating functionality based on business-to-business requirements, applying federated authentication beyond internal consumption, allowing concurrent internal and external development from a documented single source, identifying where it makes the most sense for processing power to be focused, and providing a simplified network that makes support and maintenance easier. The presentation discusses specific features of the product and how WestJet Airlines is using them to provide substantial business value. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Page 11 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  12. 12. Sub-track: Client Use Cases: Integration in Action Audience: C Level Executive-Chief Information Officer, C Level Executive-Chief Operating Officer, C Level Executive-Chief Security Officer Speakers Kevin Minshull, WestJet Airlines Erik Hope, WestJet Airlines IAG-1325: Roundtable: IBM API Management User Experience Design & Feedback Customer Feedback Wed Apr 30 ( 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ) Zeno 4701 The focus of this session is to solicit feedback on IBM API Management. The goal is to identify areas of the product's capability and usability that would benefit from improvement or that have presented shortcomings. The first half of the session focuses on feedback from customers on existing experiences. The second half explores future designs. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Professional-Integration Development Speakers Shane Claussen, IBM Christopher Markes, IBM IAG-1435: Defining a Business Strategy for APIs Lecture Wed Apr 30 ( 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ) Marcello 4402 Application programming interfaces (APIs) are the fastest growing business channel. By then end of 2014, 75 percent of Fortune 2000 companies will have an external API, and 50 percent of business-to-business transaction will take place over APIs. This session lays out the landscape of the API economy and covers the key aspects of defining an API business strategy. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: C Level Executive-All C-Level Executives Speakers Sid Bhatia, IBM Page 12 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  13. 13. Mehdi Medjaoui, WebShell.io IAG-2803: Skyrocketing Growth Through APIs: How to think like a startup and scale like an enterprise Lecture Wed Apr 30 ( 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. ) Marcello 4501 B Through practical business cases and success stories we will present how enterprises coming from the most traditional fields use private APIs and technologies such as cloud and data to reenergize their business and invent new business models. We will cover the operational requirements, the API product management and marketing strategy, the API management lifecycle and an innovative methodology to create developer ecosystems. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: C Level Executive-All C-Level Executives Speakers Jason Wolenik, Fabernovel Inc Elie Chevignard, OAuth.io IAG-1722: Policy-driven API Assembly & Control with IBM API Management Lecture Wed Apr 30 ( 3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. ) Marcello 4501 B When exposing and managing an application programming interface (API), the internal service/s that are used to construct and assemble the API may not be suitable to be exposed exactly as-is. This presentation describes and demonstrates how to easily define an API by assembling existing services and applying transformation logic to those existing services through configuration rather than coding. It demonstrates how policies can be applied to APIs such that certain actions will be taken in specific conditions as defined by the policy - for example, quota limits and redaction policies. The presentation also demonstrates how custom policies can be written to achieve specific endpoint routing requirements of the backend service/s. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Professional-IT Asset Management, IT Professional-IT Opns Mgmt. / System Admin., IT Professional-IT Strategy & Enterprise Arch, IT Professional-Integration Development Speakers Ian Heritage, IBM Page 13 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  14. 14. William Da Palma, IBM BTA-1504: The API Economy: Identify Opportunities for Monetizing Business Assets - A technical perspective Lecture Wed Apr 30 ( 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. ) Lido 3101 B The world of application programming interfaces (APIs) is exploding. A competitive advantage is being taken by companies that understand the value of their business capabilities and how to properly market and expose them. Come listen to John Falkl of Haddon Hill, an IBM premier business partner, discuss its solution-based focus on how to enable an API management capability to exploit opportunities in the API economy. The presenter covers the technical considerations of what the API economy is, what API management is, how to identify opportunities for exposing high-value business functionality, different business models for APIs, and potential pitfalls to avoid. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Business + Technology Strategies = The art of the possible Sub-track: Thinking Ahead Audience: C Level Executive-All C-Level Executives, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Manager-All IT Managers, Line of Business Executive-All Line of Business Executives Speakers John Falkl, Haddon Hill Group Associates INO-1558: Composable Business Lecture Wed Apr 30 ( 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. ) Delfino 4101 B Clients are focused on engaging with customers in new and better ways through a composable business model, integrating the customer experience in systems of engagement with the insight and capabilities of systems of record. A composable business helps bridge these two worlds rapidly, securely, and by layering the transition to provide freedom to innovate, while maintaining integrity and stability in their core environment. This session explores viewpoints from different roles in an organization. Presenters discuss how to grow revenue by delivering an increasingly engaging customer experience, how to securely expose information beyond an enterprise, while ensuring its integrity and stability, and how to obtain the freedom to innovate rapidly using productive and lean tools and technologies. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: Innovating through SOA and APIs Audience: C Level Executive-All C-Level Executives, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Manager-All IT Managers Speakers Page 14 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  15. 15. Michael Curry, IBM ACI-1630: Got CICS? Enter the API Economy with IBM API Management Lecture Thu May 1 ( 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. ) Delfino 4003 In this session, see how to take a CICS application and expose it in the application programming interface (API) Economy. Presenters provide a use case from General Insurance and demonstrate how to create the APIs and expose them through IBM API Management to several developer communities. In addition, presenters show an internal API developer implement a mobile application using these APIs through IBM WorkLight. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Application Infrastructure Sub-track: Customer Information Control System (CICS) Audience: IT Manager-All IT Managers, IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers Ian Shore, IBM Ian Heritage, IBM IAG-1434: IBM API Management - Overview & What's New Lecture Thu May 1 ( 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. ) Palazzo G This session offers an overview of the IBM API Management solution and highlights the new and exciting capabilities that are now available. IBM API Management allows users to create, secure, manage, and socialize application programming interfaces (API), which are required for entry into the API economy, Internet of Things, and mobile strategies. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: C Level Executive-Chief Information Officer, C Level Executive-Chief Technology Officer, IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Manager-All IT Managers, IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers Matthew Kelm, IBM Sid Bhatia, IBM IAG-2356: Banking on APIs Lecture Thu May 1 ( 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ) Marcello 4402 Page 15 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  16. 16. Application programming interfaces (APIs) are proving to be the channel for new business opportunities and innovation. This session addresses the need for banks and other financial institutions to expose open APIs to reach customers and partners, as well as allow banks to engage with their clientele. Using examples, this session shows how banks can gradually embark on their API journey and how financial institutions can bank on APIs to create new distribution channels and generate new revenue sources through strong API economy. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: Line of Business Manager-All Line of Business Managers, Line of Business Professional-All Line of Business Professionals, IT Executive-All IT Executives, Line of Business Executive-All Line of Business Executives Speakers Pramodh Vallanur, IBM Sid Bhatia, IBM IAG-2913: API Management V3 Technical Overview & Deep Dive Lecture Thu May 1 ( 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ) Marcello 4501 B In this session, presenters provide in-depth technical information about the IBM API Management platform. They focus specifically on the V3 features and capabilities. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: C Level Executive-Chief Technology Officer Speakers Shane Claussen, IBM Christopher Markes, IBM INO-2569: Freedom to Innovate Through SOA & APIs Lecture Thu May 1 ( 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ) Lando 4203 Innovation is driving the need to be even more interconnected and to combine insight in new ways. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) design principles applied to business application programming interfaces (APIs) give enterprises the freedom to innovate so that new applications can evolve at different speeds than the services provided by existing systems of record. The new world of APIs and services entails a productivity boom much greater than the web boom of the previous decade. Join this session to learn how to use SOA and APIs to unleash innovation. Page 16 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  17. 17. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: Innovating through SOA and APIs Audience: Line of Business Executive-Marketing (and offer management) Speakers Claus Torp Jensen, IBM IAG-1080: Extending an Existing IBM WebSphere DataPower Return on Investment with IBM API Management Lecture Thu May 1 ( 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ) Marcello 4501 B Already own IBM WebSphere DataPower appliances? Want to get more return on investments? This session explains how organizations can to take full advantage of the benefits of application programming interfaces to increase their business presence, extend their corporate assets, and bring in more revenue - while at the same time maximizing the effectiveness of their IBM WebSphere DataPower investments. Attendees learn about the core components of IBM API Management and how these tools will extend their business and provide introspection on how their new strategy is progressing. Also, see the various models of how to extend investments and how to present these efficiencies to IT and business management. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: Line of Business Manager-All Line of Business Managers, Line of Business Professional-All Line of Business Professionals, IT Executive-Software Design & Development, IT Executive-Solution / Software Arch, IT Manager-All IT Managers Speakers bryon kataoka, iSOA Group Jeff Sinason, IBM IAG-2913: API Management V3 Technical Overview & Deep Dive Lecture Thu May 1 ( 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ) Palazzo G In this session, presenters provide in-depth technical information about the IBM API Management platform. They focus specifically on the V3 features and capabilities. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Page 17 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  18. 18. Audience: C Level Executive-Chief Technology Officer Speakers Shane Claussen, IBM Christopher Markes, IBM IAG-1494: IBM API Management Best Practices: Setup, API Design, & Deployment Lecture Thu May 1 ( 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. ) Marcello 4501 B This session is a deep dive technical session that focuses on best practices using IBM API Management. Presenters discuss all aspects of the application programming interface development lifecycle, including best practices for infrastructure set-up, analysis and design, security, versioning and change management, and analytics and deployment. Hear from experts on the effective methods to build and deploy a robust and stable environment. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Executive-All IT Executives Speakers Alan Moore, IBM Dinesh Shetty, IBM IAG-2520: IoT & API - Can?t Spell "Internet of Things" Without A-P-I Lecture Thu May 1 ( 2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. ) Marcello 4402 With billions of devices everywhere - from thermostats to water treatment plants to windmills to cars generating untold amounts of data - the ability to capture and divine meaningful (and sometimes critical) insight is a significant challenge to organizations. Similarly, sending data or actions to many of these devices could also drive development groups a bit crazy, particularly when organizations must address many different types of "things" or platforms. But since the Internet of Things is really about business transformation, then easily making these connections is paramount, and application programming interface management discipline and capabilities are chief elements in this endeavor. This session explores the goals and benefits of the Internet of Things and API management, as well as where the two meet. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: Line of Business Executive-Supply Chain Management, Line of Business Manager-Business Page 18 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm
  19. 19. Operations Management, Line of Business Manager-Supply Chain Management, IT Executive-IT Strategy & Enterprise Arch, IT Professional-Business Analysis / LOB Relationship Mgmt IAG-3279: Meet the Experts: IBM API Management Meet the Experts Thu May 1 ( 3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. ) San Polo 3501 B Come to this session for a lively conversation on application programming interfaces. Bring the topics that the experts can address. Program: Conference Curriculum Track: Integration Sub-track: APIs and Gateway Audience: IT Executive-All IT Executives, IT Manager-All IT Managers, IT Professional-All IT Professionals Speakers Robert Laird, IBM Christopher Markes, IBM Ian Heritage, IBM Dennis Miller, IBM Matthew Kelm, IBM Sid Bhatia, IBM Page 19 of 19My Sessions 4/24/2014file://C:UsersIBM_ADMINAppDataLocalTempnotes32C5CD~web3704.htm

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