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The Path to HCL Nomad Web Webinar Series



HCL Nomad Web is the exciting new Notes client for web browsers built on WebAssembly and represents the future of Notes/Domino. In this series we will guide you step-by-step through the process of rolling it out in your organization – start to finish.

For whom is Nomad Web interesting? What are the requirements? What do you need to do with your servers, network, clients, applications, and how can you do it? How can you make it painless for your end-users?

Answers to all this questions from the leading experts in the field, only here at panagenda.

#1 Everything Changes: Your Path to HCL Nomad Web goes from Domino through SafeLinx
There’s no point in beating around the bush: HCL Nomad Web is coming and getting ready for it requires big changes to your server infrastructure.
Gone are the days of port 1352 and having Domino servers directly reachable from the outside world. SafeLinx is the new way of doing things and is the only way for Nomad Web users to access their Domino databases. But setting it up is tricky, as new technologies often are. We are here to show you how it works, where the pitfalls are, and how you can avoid them.

Speaker: Christoph Adler
Date: May 05, 2022 4:00 pm

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#2 HCL Nomad Web 101: Skip the Mistakes and Get on the Fast Track
Nomad Web is HCL’s answer for the future of Notes/Domino. It is a (mostly) new client, built on a new and promising technology stack (WebAssembly). But: New tech brings new challenges. Many of the ways you used to solve common operational challenges for Notes no longer apply or need to be rethought.
Your priority is to find ways to minimize productivity loss and support tickets such a big change will undoubtedly bring. You need to train users, optimize the client and user experience, and deal with new technical challenges you face by living inside a browser. This means you need in-depth knowledge of this new client and the platform it runs on – all of which is new, in constant flux, and there’s not too many online resources to be found and learned from. Altogether an enormous task. To top it off, there’s some fundamental challenges such as running Nomad on Citrix (without reinstalling and wiping their settings every time a user logs in). But don’t despair: We can help!

Speaker: Christoph Adler
Date: May 18, 2022 4:00 pm

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#3 The Times They Are a-Changin’: Domino Applications in the New World of HCL Nomad Web
HCL Nomad Web is revolutionizing the way we do Notes/Domino. Servers, network, and clients are all affected. However, there’s a fourth part you must not overlook: Your applications.
Nomad has a lot to offer, but it also comes with some limitations for Domino applications: no Java, no XPages, no use of OS calls. The challenge now becomes to identify potential issues to start evaluating and planning re-coding efforts. But: Which applications are worth the time and money?

Speaker: Christoph Adler & Franz Walder
Date: June 08, 2022 4:00 pm

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#4 Unlocking the Full Potential of HCL Nomad Web with MarvelClient
HCL Nomad Web is the client formerly known as Notes. New platform, but similar challenges. MarvelClient is here to help, and some of it is even included for free!
Which challenges do we mean? Smoothly onboarding new users, migrating existing ones from Rich client to Nomad, ensuring a proper configuration to prevent problems, managing application lifecycles, having users work on multiple devices and expecting a seamless experience, Nomad and Notes co-existence, and keeping an overview of an ever more complicated client landscape; to name a few. You can surely list more from your own experience. We will demonstrate how you can master any of them, easily, with MarvelClient.

Speaker: Christoph Adler
Date: June 29, 2022 4:00 pm

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