It’s the last day of the year and a time to look back at 2006. I started blogging in March 2006 and have enjoyed that blogging leads to more than just a way for me to share knowledge and information on “Lotus Domino, IT Architecture, technology and other IT stuff” (the title of my blog). […]
Archive for 2006
InformationWeek has an interesting article on how Nationwide has consolidated more than 700 Intel and Unix servers on two IBM System z9 mainframes. Nationwide is running a version of Novell’s Suse Linux on the mainframes in VMware and IBM Virtualization Engine software. I have previously blogged about the IBM System z9 Business Class and its […]
Second Life is one of the best known virtual worlds available on the Internet. Some call virtual worlds for the 3D Internet and compare the maturity of this 3D Internet with the Internet in 1995 – in other words: the next few years will show us what this 3D Internet can offer compared to the […]
The Lotus Domino 8 server will be released together with the Lotus Notes 8 client. Rob Ingram at the Domino Blog has details on what’s new in the upcoming Lotus Domino 8. Rob promises follow-on articles on the new features in Lotus Domino 8 so make sure to revisit the Domino Blog for these articles. […]
IBM has today released the Rational Software Delivery Platform V7.0 – a comprehensive set of products that include the long awaited Rational Software Architect V7.0 (RSA) and Rational Application Developer V7.0 (RAD) and also products such as Rational Functional Tester V7.0 and Rational Performance Tester V7.0.
Rational Data Architect V7.0 has been released on November 28 – and integration with Rational Software Architect has now been improved. A webcast on December 19 will introduce the new version and its new features.
The Mayflower Notes Document Viewer 2.1 has been released. It’s a great tool for displaying all fields in a document with the field type and content of each field.
Julian Robichaux has posted the third and final article on Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7. The article is called Practical Web services in IBM Lotus Domino V7: Writing complex Web services. [Via the Lotus team blog]
LAUNCH – the first movie on SOA has been released. Enjoy! … and Kelly: sorry, it isn’t Morgan Freeman as the detective. It’s a not so known actor called Thomas Merdis.
Julian Robichaux has posted part two of a series of three on Practical Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7. The article is called Practical Web services in IBM Lotus Domino V7: Writing and testing simple Web services. [Via Tom Duff and Bruce Elgort]