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Engage 2020

March 02, 2020 | 12:00 am–March 04, 2020 | 6:00 pm

EMEA (Europe, Middle-East and Africa)
Start: March 02, 2020 | 12:00 am
End:  March 04, 2020 | 6:00 pm

About this Event

We are proud platinum sponsor of the next Engage Event in March 2020! Engage is a major User Group operating from the Benelux, but with worldwide attendance, focusing on all HCL Digital Solutions and Analytics. We hereby want to invite you to stop by at our booth or schedule a meeting with one of our experts listed below.
Trying to do our part…
In order to continue encouraging corporate social responsibility, we will not be distributing giveaways that are likely to be thrown away a week later, thus damaging the environment. Instead, we have chosen to continue supporting Girls in Tech. With a proportion of women at panagenda of 23%, we are striving to increase this number. Beyond this, we will donate €1 for every visitor to our booth. This donation is intended to make it easier for girls and women to pursue a career in technology.
Get involved! For each donation, you can spin our wheel of fortune. The number on which it stops determines the number of raffle tickets you get toward our raffle prize which this year is a LABISTS Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Complete Starter Kit.
Girls in Tech is a global non-profit that works to put an end to gender inequality in high-tech industries and startups. They do that by educating and empowering women who are passionate about technology. As a result, they offer everything from coding courses to bootcamps to hackathons and startup competitions regardless of age or profession. It is Girls in Tech’s mission to support women with the access and community they need to succeed in tech.

Who to expect on-stage, at our booth & on the showfloor

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Our sessions

March 2, 2020

1:30 pm – 5:00 pm | Best Western Promenade 2

Workshop: All things Notes 11

Come join this jam-packed workshop covering everything you may want to know about Notes 11!
From administration, upgrade best practices, through the various flavors of HCL Notes and Nomad, to development, we will look at plenty of tips and tricks for both clients and applications.
Your hosts will be Christoph Adler and Florian Vogler, who will make sure that you will have lots of fun and take a ton of knowledge and value along with you!
We are very much looking forward to seeing you and frying your brains!

Florian Vogler Christoph Adler

2:45 pm – 3:30 pm | Mount Kenia Lodge

Domino Application Strategy: Key insights for successful modernization and migration projects

panagenda reached out to 750+ professionals to share their company’s Domino application strategy. Join this session to find out what was most important to your peers and what challenges they had to overcome to make their project a success. Franz Walder presents the exciting results of the survey and explains what role analytics can play when tackling these challenges.

Franz Walder

March 4, 2020

8:00 am – 8:45 am | G. Knoefzaal

HCL Notes V11 Performance Boost

In this session (reloaded and remastered for HCL Notes V11), you will learn how easy it can be to maximize Notes client performance. Let Christoph show you, what can be tuned and how to resolve the best possible performance for your HCL Notes client infrastructure. Discover tips and tweaks – how to debug your Notes client, deal with outdated ODS, network latency and application performance issues and the measurable benefit that provides to your users. You’ll discover the current  best practices for streamlining location and connection documents and why the catalog.nsf is still so important. You will leave the session with the knowledge you need to improve your HCL Notes V11 client installations and to provide a better experience for happier administration and happier end-users!

Christoph Adler

2:45 pm – 3:30 pm | F. Auditorium

Best Practices for analyzing Domino Applications

Let’s take an in-depth look at why and how to best analyze your Domino applications from a design and code perspective. We will cover modernization, migration and optimization topics, look at Lotusscript, @Formulas and Java examples, and get a good understanding of the many design elements that make up your applications and how they make a difference. If you’re an admin, bring some (Notes) development knowledge along, please. This session is vendor and solution independent and will help you better understand why you should analyze your Domino applications and what to watch out for.

Florian Vogler

2:45 pm – 3:30 pm | A. Mount Kenia Lodge

Kubernetes for HCL Connections Component Pack – Build or Buy?

HCL Connections V7 will be based on Kubernetes only! A parallel WebSphere environment won’t be necessary any longer. Martin and Christoph collected the basics and differences in building a Kubernetes environment of your choice. They show you a comparison of an on-premises deployment versus a hosted cloud environment (Amazon EKS). After this session you have the basics to size and build a Kubernetes cluster for Component Pack, so you can start learning the new technology to take off with Connections V7 and become a Kubernaut.

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Martin Schmidt

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