Our next Washington Area Informix User Group Event will be on:
Tuesday, Nov 17 8:30 – Noon
with free lunch provided afterward…
- Genero – Simple migration of traditional 4GL to more modern offerings by Four Js
- Using ER and Grid by Ramanathan Sivaguru, IBM
- Informix with future technologies – discussing Informix use of NoSQL, connections with Node-RED and the larger usage with the Internet of things (IoT) by Tom Beebe
Light breakfast refreshments starting at 8:00 Lunch will also be provided
IBM TEC Center
8401 Greensboro Drive, Suite 120
McLean, VA 22102
8:30 am – Noon
***Parking at the IBM TEC center parking garage costs $10. – The Spring Hill Metro Station on the new Silver Line is 2 blocks away (about a 5-10 minute walk) from the IBM TEC center.
Please make sure to RSVP, we need to have you on the list to be able to attend.
Save the date!
Thursday, June 25, 2015
9:00 to 3:00
Light breakfast refreshments starting at 8:30
Lunch will also be provided
Location: IBM Office – 8401 Greensboro Drive, Suite 120, McLean, VA 22102
Presenter: Carlton Doe, IBM Informix Database Specialist and author of “Administering Informix Dynamic Server: Building the Foundation”
Carlton will update the latest features from Informix version 12.10.FC4 and FC5, along with a hands on lab/tutorial on multi-tenancy.
This will be a free 1 day technical workshop and hands on lab.
Register Here: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/wikis/home?lang=en#!/wiki/North%20America%20Informix%20Events
*** There is good news and bad news about the IBM TEC Center in McLean, VA.
The bad news – parking now costs $10.
The good news – there is now a metro stop 2 blocks away. The Spring Hill Metro Station on the new Silver Line is a 5-10 minute walk from the IBM TEC center.
Please join us for the next Washington Area Informix User Group meeting, Thursday, Dec 11, 8:30 AM – 12 Noon at the IBM office in Washington DC.
This event will feature content rich presentations by leading Informix Users and experts that will most certainly touch on aspects of the Informix software features that you are using and may be interested in.
– Art Kagel, Independent consultant and IIUG Board Member, will present on programming, concurrency, and tuning applications against Informix
– Carlton Doe, IBM Informix Database Specialist, presenting on Informix Flexible Grid
– Tom Beebe, Advanced DataTools consultant and IIUG Board Member, will speak about running Informix on the ARM architecture
Date: Thursday, December 11, 8:30 – Noon
Location: IBM, 600 14th St NW, Washington DC
There are 2 metro train stations very close by. Metro Center is 2 blocks to the East and McPherson Square is 3 blocks to the North. There are also pay garage parking alternatives in the close vicinity.
The start time will be 8:30 (doors open at 8:00).
Please RSVP Below:
Registration is now open for two new FREE technical Roadshow events being held through North America.
The first is for anyone interested in the next wave in data processing. Generally referred to as “The Internet of Things”, it represents a massive change currently occurring throughout the IT landscape. Unstructured data is flooding into the enterprise and everyone is struggling with how to manage it. While NoSQL offers the ability to have dynamic elasticity with data and its organization, these databases lack essential elements common to enterprise class databases such as scalability, security, flexible deployment, transaction support and full data integration. Today, IBM offers a solution that can natively handle NoSQL and structured data simultaneously providing a single system with the seamless integration of all data within the enterprise. During this event, you’ll gain insight and hands on experience with IBM’s solution that permits NoSQL and structured data to coexist and be used simultaneously in an enterprise class system.
The second event is oriented specifically for Informix customers, this day is for those interested in learning about the full spectrum of Informixbs storage management and efficiency technologies. You’ll gain hands-on experience with dynamic and manual expansion of storage spaces. You’ll compress, repack and shrink data and indexes to see how these functions contribute to faster SQL performance. You’ll learn about proper space planning and sizing for maximum efficiency, database backup deduplication, and much, much more.
For more information, refer to the attached invitation or go to the registration page at http://tinyurl.com/mjmptfo
Washington DC will be July 24th and 25th 2014