|Date:||Thursday, April 21|
|Time:||5:30 (Deli snack) - 6:00 (Meeting)|
|Location:||Bloomfield Township Public Library|
1099 Lone Pine Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302-2410
S.E. corner of Lone Pine and Telegraph Road (map)
|Speaker:||Carole Miner, IBM Rochester MN|
Many iSeries shops are trying to move toward refacing their existing applications. Moving them to the Web. Putting them in a GUI. But while there never seemed to be any tools in the past, now there seem to be so many. They are confused and bewildered. Should I use HATS or WebFacing? Client Access or HATS LE? Host Integration or Host on Demand? And that's before they even consider the various partner solutions like Seagull and Jacada and Look Software. This session will take an objective view of all of these tools side by side and spell out the pros and cons of the tools, helping you boil the list down to the best tool for your situation.
Carole Miner is a Senior Software Engineer for iSeries Client Integration department in the IBM Rochester Laboratory. Carole has a strong grounding in programming, planning and leadership including the original PC Support, FSIOP (now called Integrated xSeries Server). Carole has held a variety of programming, management and planning roles on Rochester-developed products. Since 1988 Carole's main focus is client integration technologies and support for iSeries Access products. Carole is an internationally known technical speaker, author and iSeries authority.
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