breakout sessions
 
Introductions, Overviews & Futures back to top
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO101 — NetWare Nakoma Overview
The next generation NetWare is around the corner. This summer Novell will release NetWare 6.5 (code named Nakoma) which will further the experience presented in NetWare 6 by focusing on providing an enhanced end user experience, a strong J2EE compliant web application service and improve upon our superior reliability and security. You will see first hand how our web application server is the best of breed for your J2EE applications, how Virtual Office will increase end user productivity and how the new management tools will help make administration of your entire network a breeze. Come see how the new business continuance features, including iSCSI, volume snapshot, and improved SAN support will help you maintain those 5 9's of uptime you are accustomed to with the most reliable operating system on the market today, NetWare.
John Pugh
Corporate Technology Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Ed Anderson
Director of Product Management
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO103 — Integrating Linux and Novell Solutions
As Linux gains popularity and becomes a viable option for corporate environments, business will have to leverage existing investments while integrating these new systems. This session will focus on how Novell technologies compliment, enhance and work with Linux.
Jason Ganovsky
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO104 — iFolder Overview and Futures
This session will provide an overview of iFolder and its futures. iFolder enables you to access your files from anywhere. iFolder automatically updates your files from your workstation to any other workstation you use. It also provides secure backup of your files to the iFolder server. This session will talk about the exciting new features of iFolder in future releases.
Jason Williams
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO106 — Novell Nterprise Branch Office: Overview and Futures
Nterprise Branch Office has now been released to simplify the complexities of large enterprise networks with branch offices. This session will provide an update on Nterprise Branch Office and discuss Novell's strategic thinking and roadmaps for the future of Branch Office. In addition, this session will provide a case study describing an implementation.
Matt  French
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Sherry Bushonville
Product Manager, Nterprise Branch Office
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO107 — Introducing Nakoma's Virtual Office and Virtual Teams
Take the end-user value of iFolder and iPrint to the n-th power and you arrive at the Virtual Office. It's more than an out-of-the-box employee portal. It's more than access to all Nakoma's end-user value through a single interface. It's more than single-sign-on to all the Nakoma services. It's much more than an Enterprise Instant Messenger. It goes beyond being able to access all your data and services when you're on the road, online or offline. It's not just a highly interactive experience. Come learn about the hottest feature of Nakoma, the Virtual Office.
Hugo Parra
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO110 — iPrint: Present and Future
This session will demonstrate how iPrint has an average savings of over $200.00 per user compared to the closest competitor. Come listen to and question iPrint customers that have rolled out iPrint in their companies. You'll be able to listen to how they have saved their companies thousands of dollars.
Jeff Christensen
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO121 — Novell ZENworks: Overviews and Futures
This session will discuss the technical and business benefits that customers enjoy by deploying solutions from the ZENworks family. This session will also discuss industry trends and how ZENworks will continue to innovate and provide best-of-breed management, simplification and lowered costs for customers.
Brad Anderson
Vice President of Product Management
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO122 — What's new with Novell ZENworks
This session will introduce the new features and benefits of the ZENworks Suite.
Brad Christensen
Director of Product Management
Novell, Inc.
Richard Whitehead
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO123 — Novell ZENworks: Desktop Management Overview and Futures
ZENworks for Desktops sets the standard for desktop and laptop management. This session covers the strategic solutions and capabilities that ZENworks for Desktops provides, as well as a glimpse into future capabilities. Learn about workstation personality migration, application delivery and tracking, workstation configuration and imaging, managing Linux on the desktop, and how ZENworks helps you keep employees, partners and customers productive while continuing to reduce the total cost of ownership of your business systems.
Jason Werner
Marketing Manager
Novell, Inc.
Sophia Johnson
Software Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO124 — Novell ZENworks: Server Management Overview and Futures
Whatever your network operating system, the day-to-day challenges of managing servers are many and complex. Because they form the foundation of a reliable and efficient network, network servers impact the productivity of the entire workforce. This session will discuss the strategic solutions and capabilities that customers enjoy by deploying ZENworks for Servers. You will learn how ZENworks for Servers helps to ensure higher server stability, more reliable and consistent access to data, and faster deployment of applications in a heterogeneous cross platform environment. See how ZENworks for Servers can provide improved server consistency and increased network predictability and reliability. This session will also show a glimpse into future capabilities of ZENworks for Servers, providing continued innovation and best-of-breed server management.
Rick Carlson
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Ken Muir
Engineering Manager, ZENworks
Novell, Inc.
Sophia Johnson
Software Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO125 — Novell ZENworks: Handheld Management Overview and Futures
How are you managing the rapidly growing population of handheld devices in your enterprise? Learn how ZENworks for Handhelds brings down the high cost of supporting handheld devices, strengthens corporate data security, and increases productivity for your mobile workforce. In this session you will see how ZENworks for Handhelds secures and standardizes your mobile devices and allows you to deploy and manage mission critical data on those hard-to-reach devices. An architectural overview will also be provided, showing how ZENworks for Handhelds is optimized for the wireless environment and how it leverages your existing ZENworks for Desktop investment. You should take away from this session a solid understanding of the underlying technology of ZENworks for Handhelds, along with an understanding of how it will benefit your organization.
Paul Hartge
Director of Mobile Management Products
Novell, Inc.
Glenn Weir
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO126 — Novell ZENworks in a Linux Environment
Getting real business value out of Linux client environments should be about lowering the total cost of ownership and improving return on investment on corporate assets. Many companies are learning that even though Linux is free there are multiple support and manageability costs that make it challenging to take advantage of Linux benefits. This session will cover how you can use NovellĂs ZENworks to help to drive down support costs for managing Linux client environments; allowing you to reap real business benefits. Topics covered include using ZENworks to lower long-term costs of OS migration, application deployment, and asset management, as well as reducing the amount of user training required.
Larry Russon
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO127 — Novell ZENworks: Overviewing Thin Client Management and Web Self-Service
This session explains the strategic solutions and capabilities of ZENworks OnDemand Services and examines its future. Learn how to provide access to applications through a Portal interface, including Citrix and Microsoft thin-client applications, how to use workflow to control access to applications, and discover how to track application usage and use the results to improve your company's performance.
Mike Hopkin
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Sanjeev Putta
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO128 — Novell ZENworks Customer Showcase: Thin Client Management
How are people using ZENworks OnDemand Services in the real world? This session shows the details on how several companies are using OnDemand combined with other Novell and third party products to solve their business needs.
Erin Quill
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
David Shepherd
Technical Specialist
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO131 — The Future of Novell's Collaboration Products
What is Novell's strategy in the world of collaboration? Where do GroupWise and NetMail fit in? Why does Novell have two messaging products, anyway? What does the future hold for Novell's 50 million collaboration end-users? This session will provide these answers and more, served with a side dish of Open Standards and Web Services.
Howard Tayler
Messaging and Business Solutions Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Lynn Madsen
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO139 — The Future of NetMail
Novell NetMail is a standards-based messaging solution that provides e-mail, calendaring and schedule sharing across the Internet. NetMail 3.1 supports hundreds of thousands of users on a single server, giving enterprise customers a highly scalable messaging infrastructure at a very low cost. Come and learn Novell's future development plans for NetMail. Your feedback and questions are encouraged.
Lynn Madsen
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO141 — Secure Identity Management: Understanding the Big Picture
Secure identity management is a very real business challenge for many organizations. Even though the challenge is pervasive, the problems associated with managing identities are articulated differently at different levels in an organization. This session introduces participants to the secure identity management problem space. It reviews common identity management challenges and examines how they are articulated by people in different organizational roles. It also clearly explains how Novell and its Nsure capabilities can help participants develop solutions that solve specific identity management challenges in their organizations.
Stuart Scott
Solution Partner
Novell, Inc.
Jim Conley
Training Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO142 — Novell iChain 2.2: Introduction and Overview
As a business becomes an eBusiness, it is important to ensure that the security of your web applications and data is maintained. This session provides an overview of Novell iChain 2.2, the highly secure, reliable and scalable web security solution, which enables organizations to deploy secured web applications with minimal impact to existing resources. The session will identify the customers requirements, illustrate the Novell iChain approach to satisfying those requirements, compare and contrast the competition, and discusses various implementation scenarios and provide a glimpse into future functionality. No pre-qualification is necessary to attend this session.
Lee Howarth
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO143 — SAML and Liberty Alliance Single Sign-On
As organizations create online partnerships, the complexities of extending those partnerships to employees and consumers increases. Normally users are forced to enter login credentials many times during a regular Internet day, leading to a less than pleasant user experience. This session will provide an overview of the Novell Liberty Alliance and Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) B2B solution, which leverages industry standards to provide a decentralized single sign-on and authorization service. This improves the user's internet experience, provides increased revenue potential and offers a simple, yet secure method of extending business partnerships to the web. No pre-qualification is necessary to attend this session.
Lee Howarth
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO144 — Introduction to Novell SecureLogin 3.0
Organizations looking to reduce help desk and administrative costs associated with managing user's passwords will learn how they can significantly reduce those costs while improving the end-user experience. This session will also highlight new features within SecureLogin as well as the roadmap for this product and the benefits a customer can realize when this product is used with other Novell Nsure components.
Gabe  Waters
Novell, Inc.
Craig Parker
Global Consulting Manager
Protocom Development Systems
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO145 — Novell Account Management Introduction and Overview
Helping you eliminate user administration headaches, Novell Account Management 3.0 is a powerful, directory-enabled solution that you can use to manage your mixed-platform network as a unified whole. This session will provide an overview and roadmap information for the Novell Account Management product line. This includes features and demonstrations for Windows, UNIX, mini-computers, and mainframes.
Doug Anderson
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Bruce Getter
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Boyd Wilson
NAM 3 Developer
Novell, Inc.
David Condrey
Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO146 — Novell DirXML Overview and Futures
This session will provide a roadmap for DirXML and its related technologies. This combined session will cover future directions for DirXML, Nsure Resources, and DirXML-based bundles.
Joe Skehan
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Deven Macdonald
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO147 — Nsure Resources: Introduction and Competitive Comparisons
This session will provide an overview of the provisioning process and of NovellĂs ˘out of the box÷ offering the Identity Provisioning space. Session attendees will also learn about the competitive make up of one of the fastest growing areas in technology today, User Provisioning, and how NovellĂs offering stacks up to the competition.
Joe Skehan
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Tyler Crowder
Marketing Manager
Novell, Inc.
Dave Horne
Identity Solutions Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO148 — Novell Modular Authentication Services Introduction and Overview
This session will discuss how Novell Modular Authentication Services (NMAS) incorporates new technologies like biometrics and token devices to provide enhanced security to your network. Use of these identification methods yields greater assurance that the people who access your network are indeed the people they claim to be. NMAS also provides new authentication methods that don't require new hardware like simple and enhanced passwords and X509 certificates. The high-level architecture of the product will be explained, including the concepts of login sequences and graded authentication.
Loren Russon
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO149 — Novell BorderManager: What's New and Beyond
With security as a top priority in every IT shop, organizations need to protect the data that travels outside the firewall and safeguard the network against undesirable Internet content. Novell BorderManager is one of Novell's premier access and security solutions. With its powerful directory-integrated features, organizations can control, accelerate and monitor user Internet activities. This session will discuss where Novell BorderManager is headed in 2003. The all-new IKE-based VPN service will be featured. This session will also discuss future plans for Novell BorderManager as a critical piece of the Novell Nsure story. Participants will leave this session with a clear understanding of how Novell BorderManager roadmap will address existing and emerging business challenges such as enhancing security and improving user productivity. No prior experience with Novell BorderManager required.
Scott Jones
Product Manager - Novell BorderManager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO155 — Novell eDirectory Introduction and Overview
Novell eDirectory is a highly scalable, high performing, secure directory service. It can store and manage millions of objects, such as users, applications, network devices, and data. Novell eDirectory natively supports the directory standard Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) version 3 over Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Novell eDirectory provides the basic foundation for the directory service, which provides replication and partitioning capabilities, along with other utilities. This session will provide you with an overview of Novell eDirectory features and benefits.
Ivan Hurtt
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
James Whitchurch
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO156 — The Future of Directory Services: The Destiny Project
On July 14, 2002, Novell began to redefine the directory market. As the real originator of useable directory services, Novell has long had a vision of the directory that was far ahead of our competitors. Now Novell is doing it again. Come hear what directories will look like in the next 3 to 5 years and see how Novell will not only define the market and set the bar, but will own that market also. This session will be broken into two parts. "Part 1" will clearly identify the business drivers, market trends and Novell's vision for directory services. "Part 2" will dive into the new technologies that are driving the market and will present how Novell plans to leverage these technologies to continue its leadership in the directory market.
Justin Taylor
Chief Strategist, DS
Novell, Inc.
Loren Russon
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Dale Olds
Distinguished Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO157 — Novell iManager Introduction and Overview
Novell iManager provides a single web based management framework for administration of Novell Products. This session will review the Novell iManager architecture and components, and describe some of the key features. Novell iManager does standardize all Novell web-based administration utilities on a single management framework, quickly bring together Novell's current administration utilities under one web based management framework. It provides best of breed web accessible management framework and an architecture for easy development of web-based administration and management Snap-ins through open standard application interfaces.
Guy Lunardi
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Tim Schmanski
Director of Engineering
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
IO161 — Novell exteNd Overview and Futures
Novell exteNd, is the first comprehensive, integrated services environment that simplifies and accelerates the creation and delivery of services-oriented business applications. The exteNd product suite gives customers a competitive advantage by decreasing time to market, unlocking the business value of existing systems and delivering relevant information to those who need it when they need it. This session will provide you with an overview of Novell exteNd features and benefits.
Ashish Larivee
Director, exteNd Technology Group
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Introductory
IO170 — Proactive Network Monitoring Using Novell Remote Services
Many IS departments struggle with limited resources. As a result, proactive duties may be put off until later. Novell Remote Services can help you solve this problem. Novell Remote Services (NRS) is a proactive service offering that allows you to contract with Novell to monitor your Novell technology. With Novell Remote Services, you can be sure your systems are constantly being watched over. Novell alerts you to significant events so you head-off potential problems before they occur. This session will teach you how to benefit from Novell Remote Services.
Jerry Winkel
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Steven Esplin
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Introductory
IO171 — Understanding the New Improvements in Novell Premium Support
Premium Service is Novell's technical support offering for customers who want to get the most from their Novell solution. Through a myriad of resources, including 24x7 access, dedicated support resources, training, and support tools, Premium Service delivers the high level of service you need to keep your business running at peak efficiency. Whether you're updating your network infrastructure, deploying Nsure, exteNd or other Novell solutions, Premium Service has a support program to fit your needs. Come and learn about the new program benefits and see how much easier it is to have support for all your Novell solutions and products.
David Merrill
Director, Novell Technical Services
Novell, Inc.
Scott Hurst
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Brad Johnson
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Introductory
IO172 — Introduction to the Novell Code Collaboration Site
This session will introduce, explain, and explore the Novell code collaboration web site and attendees will find out what this site can do for them. The Novell code collaboration site makes it easy for both users and developers of Novell-related technology to find useful applications and programs, sample code, and development tips and pointers. Attendees will see a live demonstration which will highlight several of the many projects that already exist on the site and will also find out how Novell developed this site using Novell products combined with technologies provided by the open source community.
Jon Carey
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ryan Swanson
Developer Services Manager
Novell, Inc.
Matt Ryan
Developer Services Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Introductory
IO173 — Training Services: The Future of Training and Certifications from Novell
What will Novell training and certification look like in the future? Find out what solutions Novell Training Services can provide¨including a broader and more profitable training channel, Novell-delivered public and private classes, and advanced technical training. Discover what training and certifications best fit you and your company. Learn how we are reengineering our certification programs to provide you with top notch training and testing¨so you know you are at the peak of the IT marketplace.
Karl Childs
Education Manager
Novell, Inc.
Belinda Adams
Skills Assessment Project Manager
Novell, Inc.
Matt Bowman
NAM Regional Training Services Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
IO181 — Open Source at Novell
Novell is releasing its UDDI server as an open source project. Kris Magnusson, chair of the Novell Open Source Review Board, will compare and contrast popular open source projects with its Novell's own open source operations including scrubbing, source control, testing, and release. Mr. Magnusson will also discuss Novell's open source policies for bringing third-party open source software into Novell, as well as policies for releasing Novell-created open source software outside the company. Greg Jones, an associate general counsel at Novell, will discuss the in's and out's of licenses and intellectual property issues of open source, as well as some horror stories of mishandling open source software.
Kris Magnusson
Chairman, Novell Open Source Review Board
Novell, Inc.
Greg Jones
Associate General Counsel
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
IO182 — What is a Content Distribution Network?
This session will explore content distribution networking (CDNs). Participants will learn how their enterprise can take advantage of content distribution networking to accelerate the delivery of web content, transactions, and applications through methods that involve a combination of hardware, software and routing solutions. Participants will also learn how CDNs improve customer communication, eLearning capabilities, eCommerce applications, rules and policy enforcement, and Internet and intranet acceleration. This is an introductory-level session and is targeted toward business decision makers.
Bill Pray
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Mark Ward
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
IO201 — Nakoma Versus Windows .NET Server 2003
Discover how to build your business case with Nakoma versus .Net so your boss can't say no. You get the facts on total cost savings, 15 out of the box integrated solutions & end-users delighters. Most attendees will win employee of the year awards with this information.
John Pugh
Corporate Technology Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Rob Seely
Marketing Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
IO210 — Introducing Nakoma's eDirectory-Based Administration for Apache Web Servers
The Nakoma release of NetWare includes a powerful new eDirectory-based administration module that provides network administrators and webmasters the ability to manage multiple instances of an Apache web server hosted within their network. This means that Apache web servers on NetWare, Linux, and Windows can be simultaneously managed through a centralized module. This session will provide an introduction to this powerful capability. This session is targeted at webmasters and network administrators. A basic understanding of web technologies will be helpful but not required.
Dave Mitchell
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
IO221 — Novell ZENworks: Policy-based Computing
Learn to use policy-based automation to manage your business systems while giving users simple, seamless access to their correct resources and services irrespective of location or access device. Find out how to leverage your embedded network intelligence to automate key management tasks, enabling you to effectively control management expenses across the entire network and produce a measurable return on investment within months.
Kelly Wagman
Director, Solutions Marketing
Novell, Inc.
Larry Russon
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Kelly Norman
Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
IO242 — Novell Security Technologies Introduction and Overview
This session will provide attendees with an overview of Novell's security technologies around cryptography and certificate management. This session will explain the benefits organizations can realize when using this technology with Novell eDirectory.
Alan Mark
Chief Security Strategist
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
IO250 — Introduction and Overview to Novell Nsure UDDI Server
Gain essential understanding in this primer on Universal Description, Discovery and Integration of Web services. Find out why its valuable in your enterprise and discover how Novell Nsure UDDI Server, Novell's Web services registry, leverages the strength and reliability of Novell eDirectory, the foundation for secure identity management inside and outside the enterprise.
Mitchell Merrifield
Novell, Inc.
Vijay Nanjundaswamy
Senior Technical Consultant
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
IO270 — Introduction to Novell Common Deployment Services
Novell Common Deployment Services, codenamed Waterfall, will streamline the deployment and complex installation of new software applications and solutions. It will include a cross platform installer, developer tools and a robust software developer kit. This feature-rich set of services will automatically examine and inspect your server configuration and environment prior to product installation, thus increasing the cohesion and ubiquity of all Novell products. Its inherent features include product configuration, hardware and software detection, versioning, dependency checking, rollback and run-time settings management. Come to this session to learn how Waterfall will save you valuable time and money with your complex software installations.
Brett Garrett
Development Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
IO291 — SurfControl Overview: Understanding Web and E-Mail Filtering
In this session, SurfControl will educate the participants on the risks associated with unmanaged use of email and Web resources. An overview of how a total filtering solution of SurfControl Web and e-mail filtering in conjunction with Novell BorderManager 3.7 and GroupWise 6 will be presented. There will also be a discussion of how these combined offerings will help corporations define and enforce an acceptable usage policy. This session will prepare participants to implement a total filtering solution that will secure corporate resource, limit legal liability, increase user productivity, and optimize network bandwidth.
Brett Matesen
Director Business Development
SurfControl
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
IO292 — Integrated Security Policy Management Overview: Managing Intrusions, Vulnerabilities, and User Identities
In this session, NetVision will demonstrate new expanded security solutions which leverage proven technology to accomplish active auditing and automated policy enforcement. Attendees will see how best practices IT security policies become reality with real-time intrusion and access management. Known vulnerabilities will be identified and unknown security holes exposed, and fixed automatically with Proactive Vulnerability Management. User identities will be synchronized and managed among multiple platforms, including web-based, self-service password management. This session will showcase a major new product release from NetVision.
Todd Lawson
CEO
NetVision
Jon Duffy
Director of Business Development
NetVision
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
IO293 — An Overview of Server Consolidation
Server Consolidation (SCON), in the pure sense, means combining the functions performed by many servers into a fewer number of servers. However in this context, SCON is the packaging of the end-to-end server reduction solution to provide cost benefits and to put the customer in a position to save money in the future. A current snap shot of the IT environments indicates that servers are often under-utilized and management of these servers has become highly expensive. Server consolidation enables us to partner with the customer to analyze their environment and recommend solution that will not only save money but put them on a path to use the latest technological breakthroughs in server solutions. The session will discuss IBM's tools and methodology used in server consolidation to make the process as painless as possible for the customer while providing the cost savings as well as the superiority in server consolidation solutions.
Bhagyam Moses
Program Director, WW xSeries Server Consolidation
IBM
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
IO294 — How Audit Trails and Assessment Tools are Integrated to Form a Vital Component in a Security Structure
In this session, Blue Lance will announce a major new product that provides a ˘snap shot÷ of the network and assesses objects in eDirectory across NetWare. Attendees will learn how assessment tools provide an overall view of the directory. This session will demonstrate the value of this new tool and how it is incorporated with LT Auditor+, Blue LanceĂs world-renowned real-time monitoring, auditing and reporting software solution, to provide added security across the enterprise.
Tommy Cathey
Director of Strategic Relations
Blue Lance, Inc.
Peter Thomas
Chief Technology Officer
Blue Lance, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
IO301 — Introducing the New Features in Nakoma's NetWare Remote Manager
The engineers who create NetWare Remote Manager have been busy this year improving its remote server monitoring, troubleshooting, and configuration management capabilities. This session will discuss, detail, and demonstrate new features such as: server group management, storage resource management, debug-only access, and others. The new server group options go far beyond the multi-server traffic light page. The storage resource management features allow you to profile files at a subdirectory, volume, server, and server group level. Also, come and learn about the new SDebug account that enables you to access NRM for monitoring and troubleshooting while locking you out of sensitive configuration and file system areas.
Dana Henriksen
Distinguished Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Del Robins
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Richard Keil
Consultant Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
IO302 — Understanding the Common Information Model
CIM, the Common Information Model, has become the industry standards model for distributed management. It is being used to manage everything from applications, to distributed systems, including storage area networks. This session will provide an overview of CIM by the President of the Distributed Management Task Force and Director of Standards for Novell. In addition a discussion of how this standard is being integrated into Novell's products will also be discussed.
Robert Wipfel
Distinguished Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Winston Bumpus
Director of Standards
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
IO341 — Introduction to FIPS 140 and Novell Cryptographic Solutions
During this session, attendees will learn about various cryptographic compliance standards, with emphasis on the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS 140). It will discuss what FIPS means to you and your organization, and how Novell is working to address these issues. This session will discuss proper setup and configuration of NICI for FIPS mode.
Reed Cardoza
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Tolga Acar
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Advanced
IO361 — J2EE and .NET: Can We Live Together?
This session will provide a discussion of web services and the competitive and cooperative forces in the market. Interoperability issues are discussed, as well as architectural pros and cons of JavaÍ technology-based Web services in a Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EEÍ) based application server versus the .NET architecture. This presentation compares and contrasts J2EE technology-based web services and .NET-based web services in a balanced, neutral, and unbiased fashion. It presents advantages and disadvantages of each approach with the goal of allowing you to make an informed decision between the two approaches. Finally this presentation will cover the latest developments in this fast moving space.
Noel Clarke
Senior Business Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Business Case Studies back to top
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Introductory
BUS162 — Achieving Return On Investment for Portal Implementations
This session will use examples from Novell customers to illustrate the ways that portals are creating business value today. The session will describe some of the dead-ends when looking for ROI from portals, and will explain the more promising high-ROI applications for portals. Participants will learn how to structure a portal strategy to achieve high, rapid ROI, and how to present these projected ROI to their executives to gain approval (and funding) for portal initiatives.
Bob Gifford
Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Chris Bidleman
Solution Partner
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
BUS163 — How an Enterprise Health Care Portal was Implemented at Fairview Hospitals
This session will discuss how Fairview Hospitals used Novell exteNd Director and Novell iChain to build a secure physician and employee portal.
Tim Crabb
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Joe Wilde
Programmer Analyst
Fairview Hospital
Shahid Iqbal
Programmer Analyst
Fairview Hospital
Jeff Prange
Lead Network Analyst
Fairview Hospital
Chris Bidleman
Solution Partner
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
BUS165 — Improving Business Processes using Workflow Technologies and Web Services
Many companies are trying to cut costs and streamlining operations. Two enabling technologies, web services and workflow technologies are well positioned to help companies focus on core business process improvement. In this session the speaker will discuss the different types of workflow that support long-running, asynchronous business processes, and content workflow with human touch points. The speaker will then review how business process modeling has been forever changed by Web Services. The session will conclude with a demonstration of the technologies in the form of a hypothetical application. The workflow process will be reviewed and attendees will step through the execution of the activities, including web services. You will take away an understanding of modern workflow technologies, web services and how they can be used together to improve business processes.
Glenn Coward
Director, Regional Solutions
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Introductory
BUS171 — Examing Novell Solutions for Higher Education
The internal information technology (IT) departments at institutions of higher education in the United States are receiving greater demands for their services. At the same time, IT budgets are being cut, requiring more to be accomplished with fewer resources. University CIOs are asking: "How do I cost-effectively deliver real time, role based resources to students, faculty, staff, and other constituents ű yet at the same time keep my systems secure and my operational costs in check?" This session will point towards a solution to these problems; a solution based on services oriented design patterns with identity management at their core.
Jonathan Lipsitz
Senior Strategist
Cambridge Technology Partners
Edward Murphy
Senior Strategist
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Introductory
BUS191 — Working Together: Novell GroupWiseź and BlackBerryÍ with the Consilient2Í Solution
Find out how Novell GroupWise customers, including The New York City Fire Department, are using secure wireless data technologies to get critical information to their mobile workers. Learn about this exciting new wireless offering using the Consilient2Í Solution and the BlackBerry platform. Consilient2 and BlackBerry work together to enable Novell GroupWise users to enjoy secure, mobile access to email while on the go! In this session, learn how you can wirelessly extend your Novell GroupWise server to BlackBerry without supplementary hardware or additional handheld software. More than ever, itĂs critical to give your mobile workforce the tools they need to be productive ¨ and to work securely ¨ anytime, anywhere.
Judith Hearn
Director of Sales
Consilient Technologies Corporation
Jeff McDowell
Business Development Manager
Research in Motion
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
BUS202 — How Jefferson County is Implementing Linux Desktops with NetWare 6 Servers and eDirectory
Attendees in this session will learn how Jefferson County, Colorado is utilizing Linux desktops while using Novell solutions to provide the network infrastructure and secure identity management. If you use or support Linux, plan on attending this session.
Otis Lamar
System Administrator
Jefferson County
Michael Friesenegger
Technical Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
BUS203 — Turning a Windows 2000 Migration into a Competitive Win
Often, the decision to migrate away from NetWare is made on the basis of perceived functionality of a 3rd party product and a poor understanding of NovellĂs complete product offering. This session is a case history and success story that chronicles a decision to migrate from NetWare to Window 2000 in order to accommodate the requirements of an alternate messaging product and how a partner was able to reverse that decision by better understanding the clientĂs business problem. Attendees will learn how the partner recognized an opportunity by positioning an upgrade to NetWare 6, in combination with GroupWise 6, iFolder, iPrint, and eDirectory and leveraged the clientĂs existing investment in NetWare to help them achieve their business goals. The near loss was turned into a big win for the Novell and the partner resulting in over 6 months of systems integration work and incremental product revenue for Novell. The client ended up with a fully integrated solution that supports 300 users in 8 locations in four countries on three continents. Both the partner and the client are now looking at Novell Nterprise Branch Office as a further refinement to the overall solution. This session is aimed at salespeople, business owners and technical people who are involved in the architecture and sales of SMB oriented solutions.
Bill Fleming
Project Manager
Strategic Network Consulting
John Curtis
Director of Business Solutions
Strategic Network Consulting
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
BUS210 — How CB Richard Ellis is Deploying Novell Nterprise Branch Office
Headquartered in Los Angeles, CB Richard Ellis is one of the largest commercial real estate companies in the world. With nearly 10,000 employees, the company serves real estate owners, investors and occupiers through more than 250 offices in 47 countries. There was a state of need in managing all of those offices. NovellĂs Nterprise Branch Office offers the following features: auto-provisioning, redundant architecture, disaster tolerance, hardware independence, automatic back, and remote management. Each of these features help an IT organization to reap the rewards; such as significantly decreasing IT costs, improving user productivity, and delivering a disaster-tolerant solution. Specifically, this session will focus of CB Richard EllisĂ implementation of NovellĂs Nterprise Branch Office solutions and how it simplified management of branch offices, eliminated local backups, and netted a sizeable return on investment.
Colin Santiago
Vice President of IT
CB Richard Ellis
Bill York
Reg. Dir. of IT
CB Richard Ellis
Adam Loughran
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Michael Hunt
Senior Network Engineer
CB Richard Ellis
Yilson Tang
Manager, Network Operations
CB Richard Ellis
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
BUS215 — No Child Left Behind: How to Integrate Technology into Classrooms
No Child Left Behind offers school districts 12.5 billion dollars in government grant money to help students improve their reading and math skills. Novell has partnered with Dell and other partners to offer school districts a technology solution that will help schools integrate technology into their classrooms to help educated students in a better customized learning environment. Come find out how to improve your classrooms, student learning, and get a piece of the government money.
Steven  Tedjamulia
Product Manger
Novell, Inc.
Kathy Thomas
Sr. Programs Manager
Dell
David Brower
Manager, Academic Markets
Novell, Inc.
Rod Gallagher
Dell Solutions Consultant
Dell Computer
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
BUS221 — Lessons Learned from Deploying ZENworks in the Government Sector
In this session, you will see the implementation strategy of two ZENworks for Desktops 4 deployments: the City of Riverside and the Ventura County Health Services Agency. These two textbook deployments will show how to successfully implement ZENworks for Desktops in a real world environment. Topics include deployment strategies, hints, and tools. The participants will learn guidelines on deploying ZENworks. Handouts will include references on where to go for more information and tools.
Larry Stein
Senior Engineer
Novacoast
John Vindiola
Manager, Engineering Services
Novacoast
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
BUS222 — Novell ZENworks: Enterprise Software Distribution
How long does it take to distribute those business productivity applications to every one of your corporate desktops? How much does it cost? How do you track your deployment efforts? How can you replicate application objects and their associated application files throughout your distributed network environment, and then make them corporately available to your desktop community? These are some of the pressing questions that many organizations must deal with on a day to day basis. This session will present a solutions overview on how you can solve these and other complex business problems by leveraging and integrating the software distribution components of NovellĂs premier Enterprise Desktop and Server Management Solutions; ZENworks for Desktops and ZENworks for Servers.
Mark Schouls
Novell Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Scott Guscar
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
BUS231 — Real-World Solutions for Email Retention Compliance with GroupWise
Many organizations and government entities have rigid legal or industry requirements to retain email records. The Securities and Exchange Commission, HIPAA, State and other requirements demand that 100% of certain types of email messages be retained for a set number of years. Legal discovery processes need to allow attorneys the ability to search all email messages for certain phrases and keywords. Sunshine laws require public access to certain email records. This session will show attendees real-world case studies that solve these retention, public access, and search requirements. The different examples shown in this session will cover departing public officials or end-users who need to retain their email outside of GroupWise, robust enterprise solutions for companies that have industry compliance regulations to meet, and organizations that have needs to expose certain email records outside of their GroupWise system.
Jeff Stratford
President
Nexic, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS240 — Design and Deployment of DirXML: A Case Study of Hydro Quebec
With more than 20,000 employees and a net income of over one billion Canadian dollars, Hydro Quebec is Canada's largest crown corporations and a world-renowned leader in hydro electricity. In 1999, Hydro Quebec made the strategic decision to deploy Novell Directory Services as the main corporate directory for their company, and they have since evolved to a company-wide deployment of eDirectory. Last year at BrainShare, Hydro Quebec's business challenges and key technology decisions around their eDirectory architecture were explained. In September 2002 Hydro Quebec deployed phase II of their identity project: DirXML. This session will provide insights into the design, architecture and challenges surrounding the rollout of DirXML in Hydro Quebec's production environment. An exploration of DirXML connectivity to Exchange, JDBC NDS to NDS and NT drivers will be covered, and examples of eDirectory-driven applications will also be explored.
Richard Cabana
Enterprise Technology Architect
Novell, Inc.
Patrice McCarthy
Technology Specialist
Novell, Inc.
Benoit Moreau
Lead Architect Hydro Quebec
Hydro Quebec
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS241 — iChain at Hartford Hospital: A Business Case Study
Like many companies, the Hartford Hospital faced the challenge of securing multiple web applications for internal and users across disparate platforms. This implementation was further complicated by the requirement for scalability to a large base of external users. In this session we will examine how Novell iChain and Novell eDirectory were deployed to provide centralized authentication for their web based applications. This session will demonstrate how these Novell applications can greatly simplify security and create a more reliable and effective web service while significantly reducing management requirements.
Bruce  Esposito
CEO
Novell, Inc.
Greg Amy
Senior Consulting Engineer
Consultant
Jim Hanks
Senior Network Engineer
Terrapin Systems
Jeffery Frederick
Dedicated Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
BUS243 — How the University of Michigan has Implemented DirXML and Kerberos
This session will explain implementation of a project at the University of Michigan that uses a subscription service to create user identities in the campus eDirectory tree using DirXML, and uses Novell's Kerberos capabilities to enable authentication through the university's central Kerberos system. The system provides delegated administrators the ability to 'subscribe' to the DirXML provisioning system, and control the users that get created in their respective containers. It also allows departments to customize their own identity creation, including options for setting passwords, using templates, group memberships, file system and directory rights assignment, and password security attributes. The provisioning system also populates attributes required for Kerberos authentication. This enhances the pre-existing eDirectory implementation on campus by giving unit administrators ready access to centrally-created user accounts allowing them to concentrate on providing services instead of provisioning accounts. Come to this session to learn how the solution was designed and implemented.
MaryBeth Stuenkel
Manager, LAN/NOS/Groupware Services
University of Michigan
Luke Tracy
Technologist
University of Michigan
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS244 — How and When to Use Secure Identity Management Outside Your Firewall
All companies have business information that they must provide to customers, vendors, trading partners, and others and many of them outside the corporate firewall. How do you provide access to this critical data for the right people in a way that is secure and easy to manage? This session will discuss the use of many technologies in concert to create a secure and managed access point that can leverage much of your existing infrastructure and applications. If you are a company with business partners or customers that need access to your data this session will give you an understanding of the tools that are available and how they can work together to meet this requirement. An understanding of eDirectory architecture recommended.
Kevin  McVicker
President
Centerlogic
Craig Liddle
Practice Manager
Centerlogic
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS246 — Case Study: Integrating a Low Cost Biometrics Solution to Provide Increased Security in a Novell Environment
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory needed a way to provide an increased level of security for the LabĂs Novell network. In this session participants will follow the decision process the lab used in evaluating the different solutions currently available. In addition, participants will see just how reliable these devices are, the cost involved in implementation, and which solutions to consider for their companyĂs network. Attendees will learn what to expect when implementing biometrics in a Novell environment.
Douglas Spindler
Directory Project Manager / Computer Systems Engin
Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS247 — How DirXML was Implemented for Student Provisioning in the Tomball Independent School District
You have heard about DirXML. You have considered its benefits. But you don't know where to begin and would like to talk with someone who has implemented DirXML into their enterprise. This session will review a successful integration of DirXML. From both perspectives, client and consultant, you will learn what works and what to avoid. Participants will receive key insights to each phase of the implementation process. These insights will contain costs and ease the process of your DirXML integration. A basic understanding of DirXML concepts is recommended.
Joseph Webber
Vice President
Wyne Island Consulting
Ed Schlichtenmyer
President
Wyne Island Consulting
Bill Street
Novell, Inc.
Travis Skinner
Director of Instructional Technology
Tomball Independant School District
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS248 — Novell Nsure: Texas Department of Human Services Case Study
This session will be a business and technical review of the original customer challenges and the solution proposed to meet the customer's needs. The challenge at hand is much more than single sign-on. This solutions also involves the use of DirXML, ZENWorks for Servers and ZENworks for Desktops. This session will summarize this project in the success at Texas Department of Human Services from a single sign-on point of view. Topics that will be discussed include the issues resolved with single sign-on through the process of a successful deployment.
Kevin Prior
Regional Consulting Manager - USA
Protocom Development Systems
Jason Razien
Technology Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS249 — Auditing for Secure Identity Management
Organizations are facing the increasing pressure to comply with industry regulations such as HIPAA, FDIC, and Gramm-Leach-Bliley. Additionally, companies are feeling pressure to reduce administrative errors and overhead. As a result, organizations today are realizing the need for strong auditing capabilities. In this session, Novell will provide its perspective on the role of auditing and will describe the logging, monitoring, reporting and notification solutions that will be available to Novell customers. Participants will benefit from a sneak preview of the tools and capabilities included in Novell's secure logging and auditing technology and gain an understanding of the opportunities that technology will create for developers. No minimum technical expertise required. No prerequisites.
Jeff Allen
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Peter Bartok
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS250 — How Computer Sciences Corporation is Delivering ASP Services Built on Novell Nsure
As CSC established their Managed Web Services (MWS) business unit, they set out to deliver innovative application service provider (ASP) services build on a strong directory services platform. They needed a directory that could facilitate any required need for access control, security, user provisioning and personalization. The result was CSC's Application Service Delivery (ASD) framework which leverages Novell Nsure technology to deliver a broad specter of services to customers, while preserving and enhancing on CSC's rigorous demands for security. Novell iChain 2.1 works with Novell Portal Services 1.5 to provide secure, personalized access to web applications, while ZENworks OnDemand Services 2.0 delivers thin client access to various application types, from office applications to various enterprise applications. Novell eDirectory 8.6, DirXML 1.1 and Novell Account Management 3.0 are tightly integrated in to the framework infrastructure to ensure user access to Windows 2000, Solaris, NetWare and mainframe platforms across several security boundaries. This session will discuss the design, the technology and how the individual key solution components comes together to form the capabilities of the CSC ASD framework. It will also provide a live demonstration of some special features.
Tommy Petersen
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Donald Bart-Williams
Enterprise Systems Engineer
Computer Sciences Corporation
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS252 — Implementing Novell Nsure at Gateway
In this session, representatives from Gateway and Novell will review GatewayĂs implementation of Novell Nsure, including eDirectory, DirXML, Account Management and eGuide. Participants will learn about business issues that Novell Nsure addressed at Gateway, the details of the Nsure implementation, and will gain insight into GatewayĂs future implementation plans as it extends the solution from employees to customers. The challenge of maintaining consistent information on all of GatewayĂs employees in all of its different information systems required a tremendous effort. In order to simplify, streamline, and secure the process of synchronizing employee data between all of GatewayĂs disparate systems, Gateway engaged the integration power of Novell Nsure. Now when Gateway sets up a new employee in PeopleSoft, it automatically triggers a series of events that leads to the creation of new accounts for that employee in eDirectory, Windows NT, Microsoft Exchange and other information repositories.
Steve Phillpott
Director of Strategic Architecture
Gateway
Doland White
Business Development Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
BUS261 — The Business Impact of Portal Technologies
Data has the habit of forming in silos. One solution that has emerged over time to address this pain point is the concept of the single window to information, commonly called a portal. This session will discuss the evolution of portals from simple, static data views to the interactive, personalized applications that are required in today's complex business environment. This session will consider key strategic drivers and the problems to be solved, both from a technology and a business perspective. The session will illustrate the business impact of portals with customer examples.
Brendan McLaughlin
Vice President
Novell, Inc.
Kuppusami Natesan
Principal Architect, Strategic Services Group
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
BUS262 — How exteNd was Used to Create a Store Management System for 6000 Retail Outlets
This session will focus on the effective transition of non-Java developers to the Java environment while leveraging Novell exteNd to build a complete store management system to be deployed to more than 6000 retails outlets across North America.
Alex Oliveri
Vice President
BravePoint, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
BUS263 — Citizen Portal & Web Service Delivery Strategy
Hillsborough County is a leader in eGovernment and utilizes Novell extensively via the web to manage internal processes and to provide services to over one million citizens in the Tampa Bay area. Secure identity management was critical to the success of these portal initiatives. Using Novell eDirectory, Hillsborough County is able to personalize and group content and service delivery securely. This session will explain how this solution was implemented and discuss lessons learned along the way.
Brendan McLaughlin
Vice President
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
BUS264 — Extending Legacy Systems through Web Services: A Real World Case Study
Imperial Sugar recognized the need for a Web services strategy as part of its IT plans, believing that with the proper technologies and vendor, the company could implement a suite of Web services that would support its near-term Extranet objectives, as well as position it strategically for the future. To achieve its Web services vision, however, Imperial Sugar needed to XML-enable a 15 year old, cobol/CICS mainframe order management system without disrupting its current operations. In addition, Imperial Sugar required a robust deployment platform to support the scalability and reliability needs of its Web services architecture.
Mark Clemmons
Web & Database Manager
Imperial Sugar Company
Steve Preston
Director of Marketing
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
BUS265 — Meeting Security Requirements with eDirectory
Do you have a diverse, distributed technology environment? Do you have specific requirements for a robust security infrastructure? Then you should be interested in learning how an enterprise directory can enable security inside a heterogeneous environment. This session will demonstrate how eDirectory and DirXML can be successfully deployed in a diverse, distributed environment to enable provisioning for employees, consultants and affiliates. We will use a large health system as a model, but anyone interested in deploying and maintaining a robust security infrastructure will benefit. Topics will included provisioning via PeopleSoft, issues of remote access, data cleansing, account administration, and access controls. Participants will see how a provisioning and secure identity management can reduce overhead costs while increasing security in their environments. Understanding of basic directory and security concepts required. Interest in health care preferred, but not required.
Sophia Germanides
Sr. Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Gabriel Long
Perot Systems
Glenn Stanley
Senior Engineer
Perot Systems Corporation
Charles Radi
Principal Architect
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
BUS270 — Case Study: Integrating Applications, Workflow, and Identity Management at a Mid-Size Company
In this session you will receive a first hand account of how a mid-size organization increased its competitive edge by implementing an integrated system. The system enables the company to succeed in a market of declining margins, rising customer expectations, and increasing complexity, and increasing competition. This session will describe the design, development and implementation process of this integrated system. The solution embodies secure identity management, web services, application integration, workflow and messaging technologies. You will see how the new system allows the organization to provide better services and to handle higher sales volumes, without increasing overheads. Most importantly, see how web services integration with its customers and suppliers has solidified its position in the supply chain.
Carlos Paz-Soldan
VP Technology & Services
Tenet Computer Group Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
BUS273 — EPA Case Study: Provisioning G2E, G2C Approach for Federal Clients
This session will discuss the security and provisioning problem typical of federal agencies that have to provide information to their employees and constituents (citizens, regulated industries, etc.) The approach that was taken focuses initially on employees and then expands to external clients. This session will explain Directory Workshop that brought disparate business units together and achieved consensus. It will showcase the solution that was created.
Jane Herndon
Senior Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Glen Knutti
Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Cindy Dye
Client Partner
Novell, Inc.
Wanda Stokes
Head of LAN Operations
Environmental Protection Agency
Barry Fausnaugh
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
BUS274 — Leveraging Directory Services and Services Oriented Architecture Across the Enterprise
This presentation will show how to deliver strategic business solutions at the enterprise level based on a Directory Enabled, Services Oriented Architecture foundation. This presentation will take the best of Novell Consulting's experience with directory strategy, enterprise directory services architecture design, and business strategy. This session will put forth one clear and concise point of view. The solution defines a future state business and technology architecture Novell clients can leverage to create order of magnitude improvements in their technical infrastructure and their ability to provide a strategic advantage to their business through technology. This presentation will show and discuss NovellĂs point of view on the business problems and issues that can be solved through implementing the Enterprise Directory Services Architecture; NovellĂs Enterprise Directory Architecture Design POV showing a best practice future state architecture for delivering initiatives.
Gary Ardito
Principal Architect
Novell, Inc.
John Rothman
Novell, Inc.
Dale Llewellyn
Manager, Enterprise Applications
SPX Corporation
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
BUS275 — Maximizing the Business Value of Your Directory and Identity Services
How does a company design and leverage its directory services infrastructure to develop competitive advantage that drives growth? This session will discuss key business opportunities being enabled by directory services. These include enabling the workforce to be more productive and effective, empowering customers to efficiently transact business, and the integration of suppliers and partners. The speakers will discuss why implementing a directory services infrastructure that drives the business requires a different approach than today's common tactical approach. Attendees will learn Novell's approach to designing a directory services infrastructure.
Andreas Bahm
Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Eben Ostergaard
Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Ted Serentelos
Senior Strategist
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
BUS276 — How Sesame Workshop has Partnered with Novell for Strategic Partner Development
This session will examine the ways in which Sesame Workshop partnered with Novell to create a new media distribution channel using a portal. Among the topics discussed will be some business and technical challenges faced by Sesame, the uniqueness of this implementation, the means by which the company took advantage of the portal architecture, the way it internally sold the concept of a portal, and the support model that was put in place. This solution included an application of Novell products such as eDirectory, NetWare, Account Management, exteNd Director, DirXML, iChain, Clustering Services, ZENworks and eGuide, as well as a customized design to address Sesame WorkshopĂs branding and business requirements. Participants will learn how to implement such a solution in their own environment to solve specific business problems.
Harold Moore
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Atiq Adamjee
Senior Architect
Novell, Inc.
Richard Pace
Senior Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
Arden Peterkin
Director of Information Systems
Sesame Workshop
Andrew Barry
Project Manager
Sesame Workshop
Mark Magner
Art Director
Sesame Workshop
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
BUS290 — Achieving Return on Investment Using Enterprise Software Packaging
Organizations have invested heavily in software distribution tools. However, unless they also implement a sound strategy for preparing applications before distribution, they still experience a high rate of deployment failures, rising help desk costs, and lost end user productivity due to desktop problems. According to Gartner, "Enterprises that do not dedicate resources to packaging applications will fail at software distributions." This session will describe the Enterprise Software Packaging process, its benefits, and best practices for implementation based on real cases. Participants will learn how to structure an enterprise software packaging strategy to achieve high ROI, and how to present this strategy to executives to gain approval for packaging initiatives.
Rich Bentley
Market Manager
Wise Solutions
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
BUS291 — Mesaba Airline's Highly Available and Disaster Recovery Solutions with the XIOtech MAGNITUDE and Novell NetWare
In December of 2000, days before the busy Christmas season, a server failure hosting critical flight dispatching applications for Mesaba Airlines (dba Northwest Airlink) failed, resulting in the cancellation of over 350 flights. Seeking a highly available solution, Mesaba approached XIOtech and Novell. By using Novell NetWare, Novell Cluster Services and booting off the XIOtech Magnitude SAN, Mesaba has accomplished this goal. In May of 2001, Mesaba Airlines once again met with XIOtech, this time in search of a disaster recovery solution. The goal was to mirror all critical data to a location 10 miles away. Using Netware 6, Nishan and XIOtechĂs REDI SAN Links/REDI Copy, the final result was a design that was simple and reliable and has been expanded to many non-disaster recovery related practices, increasing overall productivity for the organization.
Randy Witt
Information Systems Department Manager
Mesaba Airlines
Scott Ficek
Director of IT
Mesaba Airlines
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
BUS292 — Lessons Learned from a Very Large Upgrade to NetWare 6 and Supporting Technologies
In this session, we review how a six-man support team from the State of Ohio Auditors Office planned and implemented an upgrade for 750 remote users and over 1,000 on-site users to Netware 6. The presentation considers issues to be addressed and resolved when installing iFolder, iPrint, GroupWise WebAccess, and Novell Cluster Services. Find out what kind of planning is necessary and hear about the types of pitfalls to avoid, as well learning about performance and productivity-improvement expectations.
Thomas MacKay
Solutions Architect
HP
Jim Jacob
Office of the Attorney General
State of Ohio
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
BUS316 — How the Pflugerville School District Consolidated all NetWare Servers into a 28-Node Cluster
No other Intel operating system can do what Novell NetWare can do for your high availability story. Pflugerville School District deployed a 28-Node Dell Custer. Attend this session to learn how this cluster was deployed. The speakers will discuss the return on investment that has been experienced.
Sally Barker
Partner
Tenacious Integration Services, Inc.
Randy Wilbanks
Exec Director of Technology
Pflugerville School District
David Bunn
Partner Integration Manager
Tenacious Integration Services
Steven  Tedjamulia
Product Manger
Novell, Inc.
Richard Lang
Manager
Dell Computer
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
BUS317 — Implementing Dual Cluster Disaster Recovery Using IBM Sharks
This session will detail a success story surrounding Novell Cluster Services. This customer has one IBM shark in Times Square, New York and one in Edison, New Jersey. Come to this session to hear how data is synchronized over an OC-12 line and how a six-node cluster is implemented on each side.
Robert Wipfel
Distinguished Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Joe Mordente
Network Architect, Enterprise Services
New York Times
Harold Moore
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
BUS318 — How Novell Cluster Services was Deployed for the Alberta G8 Summit
This session will cover how the Royal Canadian Mounted Police deployed Novell Cluster Services for the G8 Summit. The speakers will discuss how they are currently deploying a new 6 node cluster with redundant SANs and fibre switches. This session will show in detail how Novell Cluster Services was deployed in the Kananaskis Alberta G8 location. The cluster was implemented to host file, print, ZENworks, and GroupWise to ensure thousands of RCMP officers from across the country were up to date with G8 happenings.
Michael  Subasic
Senior Technology Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
Randal  Bartsch
Senior Technology Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
Christopher Topilko
Systems Analyst
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
BUS331 — How the Cobb County School District GroupWise System was Re-Architected
This project included reducing the number of domains from 104 in a star configuration to 14 domains in a mesh, moving over 14,000 users to new post offices, and updating the system from GroupWise 5.5.4 to GroupWise 6. All of this was accomplished in 35 days before school started! This session will include the lessons learned and pit-falls that should be avoided.
Bob Stevens
President
Blended Systems
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
BUS339 — Lessons Learned from Implementing NetMail at Leading Universities
The University of Maryland had 5 different electronic mail systems, and it was becoming more difficult to maintain these different systems, as they were on different platforms and at times students and faculty had multiple accounts on two or three of these systems. UMD decided that the answer was one global e-mail system that could easily be maintained. This session will detail the steps that were taken to consolidate the 5 original systems into the new NetMail system and also describe the design of the NetMail system, including the clustering of the message store.
George Schlosser
Partner
Tenacious Integration Services, Inc.
Matt DeFoor
Directory Engineer
University of Kentucky
Jason Thomas
Coordinator
The University of Maryland
Rod Gallagher
Dell Solutions Consultant
Dell Computer
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
BUS341 — County of Riverside: Managing Identities Across Multiple Environments Using Novell Solutions
This session will explore a solution that Novacoast implemented for the County of Riverside as a case study for re-integrating the de-centralized environment. Participants will see some of the issues facing the countyĂs central IT staff and CIO, such as departments with diverging technology paths, the inability to take advantage of economies-of-scale and the ever present identity management crisis. The solutions to these problems include existing products such as DirXML, RADIUS, eGuide, and Portal systems, as well as custom coding and design to address de-centralized politics. With this solution, participants will see how they can implement these technologies to solve needs driven by more than one sponsor, department, or person.
Jim Gerken
Senior Engineer
Novacoast, Inc.
Eron  Howard
Development Manager
Novacoast
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
BUS342 — Hewitt Associates Customer Case Study: Implementation of a Secure ID Business Solution Using Nsure Resources
This session will describe a successful secure identity management (SIM) implementation at Hewitt Associates, an employee benefits consulting and human resources outsourcing firm located in Lincolnshire, Illinois. In addition, the session will describe some of the characteristic challenges of SIM projects as well as the approaches used on the Hewitt Associates project for managing them, including: focus on fundamentals, SIM projects as distributed solutions, security and identity policy management, and architecting an extensible solution. SIM initiatives help companies leverage their investment in identity data and ensure a secure and productive systems environment. This session will give you the knowledge and tools to successfully start or accelerate your own SIM solutions. An understanding of the SIM domain or knowledge of the Nsure product suite is recommended.
Jay Jaeger
Associate Vice President
Cambridge Technology Partners
Ed Segraves
Manager, Novell OS Technologies
Hewitt Associates
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Advanced
BUS360 — Implementing Fourth Generation EAI with Novell
The session will provide attendees with a brief introduction into EAI generations, the need for visualizing the business process workflow, and related issues. This session will demonstrate which business benefits you can gain by leveraging Web Services. This session will help you to determine the appropriate strategy and will show how Novell can help you to integrate different systems using Novell technologies including web services, exteNd, and DirXML.
John Ovali
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Advanced
BUS361 — How Novell helped Michigan State Police Create an Enterprise Application Infrastructure
See how Novell helped the Michigan State Police create a world class Enterprise Criminal Justice System. This solution helped MSP to web-enable several stand-alone back-end systems running on everything from Windows 2000 server to legacy mainframes. This solution leverages technology from both Novell and SilverStream, including iChain, Portal, DirXML, exteNd, and Composer. Come see SOAP, XML, and web services in action
Steven Paver
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Rob Montgomery
Sales
Novell, Inc.
John  Zebrowski
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Matthew Weisberg
Senior Architect
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Advanced
BUS362 — Building a Financial Services Customer Web Portal Using Novell eDirectory, Novell Portal Services and J2EE
This session discusses the architecture used in building a customer web portal for a large financial institution. This session will show the overall architecture used and how the best features of each component were leveraged. The presenters will also overview the custom ACL and page assignment system used for the Novell Portal Services portal, integration of iChain and directory structure. Additional topics will include custom NPS gadgets and j2ee application server integration.
Jason Rivard
Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Kishan Sadhvani
Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Gregory Sengle
Solutions Partner
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Advanced
BUS363 — exteNd Case Study: IBM Global Services and the State of Nebraska
This session will discuss the architecture used in building a Web Access Control Infrastructure (Single Sign-on) for the State of Nebraska's e-Government initiatives. Topics covered include the overall architecture, application integration, and how components from multiple vendors are being used together to accomplish the State's requirements. The speakers will examine the results of an on-site proof-of-concept using Novell exteNd Composer, Novell exteNd Director, and IBM WebSphere Server, as well as using Tivoli Access Manager, Novell eDirectory and DirXML for Identity Management. A review of the project to date and roadmap for future development will also be presented.
Tom Martin
Tech Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
Steve Hartman
Technical Team Lead
Nebraska Directory Services
Chul Choi
Senior Consultant
IBM Global Services
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Advanced
BUS364 — How South Carolina Extends Secure Web Services to Mobile Workers
The South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (SC DHHS) contracts with more than 40,000 public and non-profit organizations, credentialed medical professionals, and private businesses to provide Medicaid, child care, and aging services. The agency wanted to give every one of it's employee's the ability to be a mobile worker, particularly Medicaid eligibility employees that work across 150 hospitals and offices throughout the state. Without budget for a private network infrastructure, the agency sought a Web-based solution that would give employees secure anytime, anywhere access to all of the applications and resources needed to do their jobs, as well as the security required to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). In this session, attendees will learn how SC DHHS employed a variety of Novell solutions, including Novell exteNd, to build a secure, directory-enabled employees portal with back-end integration to Web applications, and a secure, accessible interface for both employees and affiliated Medicaid eligibility workers.
Brad Cooley
Senior Territory Manager
Novell, Inc.
John Loy
Bureau of Information Technology
South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Paul Gowder
Webmaster
Department of Health and Human Services, South Carolina
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Advanced
BUS365 — Enterprise Dashboards: Real-time Infrastructure Drives Strategic Decision Making
Getting the most up-to-date information to the right people at the right time has become a business priority, and a significant IT challenge. Intelligent enterprises are using IT to accelerate the delivery of real-time information to managers on a daily basis. A popular method of displaying information is through dashboards, which places key information to key decision makers as soon as the information becomes available. To accomplish this, IT infrastructure needs to support real-time data capture, direct legacy application integration, and a shortened latency between the data input and data capture process. This session will show how Novell exteNd was leveraged to create a systems infrastructure capable of enabling organizations to capture real-time information, from most any data source or legacy application. This solution also enables Identitech to manage and add intelligence to that data. Customized information is presented in a portal environment with rich personalization capabilities that delivers business critical information to key decision makers as soon as the information becomes available. The dashboard is also actionable so that the decision maker can use the display to make decisions as well as act upon them.
Mike Gilger
CTO
Identitech, Inc.
Larry Jewell
Engineering Manager
Identitech
Technical Tutorials back to top
2 hrs
Nterprise
Introductory
Hands-On Session
TUT101 — Hands-On: Implementing the New Features in Nakoma
Come get your hands on the latest version of Novell NetWare. Experience the new features, improvements and extended management interfaces. Spend a couple of hours with the latest code and excellent instructions designed to get you familiar with it.
Todd Hindmarsh
Technical Instructor
Institute for Network Professionals
2 hrs
Nterprise
Introductory
Hands-On Session
TUT102 — Hands-On: Upgrading to GroupWise 6.5
You've been using GroupWise for years, now come try the newest in a line of great GroupWise solutions. You'll get to run your own migration, play with the new clients, and see what the future of GroupWise looks like! This hands-on session offers you experience with the new product. This session will cover all the new features offered in GroupWise 6.5 and how to implement them. Attendees will learn how to use the new administrative tools for easier, more efficient management. You will learn how to configure GroupWise on NetWare and also will have instructions for the Windows 2000 server environment. You'll set up the new LDAP pooling and anti-spam features and configure GroupWise for SSL. The new client will be covered in detail including the new as well as the POP3 and IMAP4 clients, and web access. The lab will also cover how to install and configure the new GroupWise Messenger instant messaging component.
Todd Hindmarsh
Technical Instructor
Institute for Network Professionals
2 hrs
Nterprise
Introductory
Hands-On Session
TUT103 — Hands-On: Implementing ZENworks for Desktops without NetWare and Client 32
You thought ZENworks for Desktops was a NetWare-only product? Come and spend a couple of hours in this hands-on lab and see how ZENworks for Desktops manages an all-Windows environment. You'll get to install, test, and play with the latest version of ZENworks for Desktops in your own lab environment. Mobile computers, laptops? No problem!
Keith Parsons
Managing Director
Institute for Network Professionals
2 hrs
Nsure
Introductory
Hands-On Session
TUT104 — Hands-On: Implementing Secure Identity Management
Can you open your network to everyone, including employees, customers, partners, and suppliers, while keeping it secure? It is absolutely possible as long as you have the right secure identity management foundation in place. Attend this session and experience how to deliver real-time, role-based resources to your distributed workforce, partners and customers from any location, wired or wireless, while keeping your systems safe. If security, identity management and user access are important issues for you, then don't miss this chance to experience this hands-on lab using Novell's Nsure.
Keith Parsons
Managing Director
Institute for Network Professionals
2 hrs
Nterprise
Introductory
Hands-On Session
TUT105 — Hands-On: Implementing Novell Nterprise Branch Office
Come get a chance to play with the best way to support a branch office! Get a closer look at Nterprise Branch Office: a way to increase productivity, save money, protect data, and support local Directory services on demand. Most enterprise employees face the huge difference between main offices and smaller branch offices as far IT is concerned. Not only do IT services concentrate on the main offices and have no resources to provide the same service to every branch office, they also have to worry about main services such as authentication, authorization, application availability, or backup systems they cannot ensure at the same quality level for all employees.
Keith Parsons
Managing Director
Institute for Network Professionals
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT106 — Deploying iFolder
This session will detail deploying iFolder, including how to provision iFolder to your users and how to architect the deployment of the iFolder servers.
Ron Randquist
Systems Architect
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT107 — Upgrading Options to Nakoma
This session will show attendees how to upgrade your network from previous versions of NetWare to Nakoma. This session will be presented by a seasoned Novell field engineer. Your questions are encouraged.
Derek Dobson
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT110 — Small Business: Implementing NetWare 6
This session will cover NetWare 6 as included in the Novell Small Business Suite 6 and discuss how to implement the components included in NetWare 6 effectively into a small business environment.
John Pugh
Corporate Technology Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Troy  Wilde
Product Manager - Small Business Suite
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT111 — A Technical Explanation of the Nakoma Client Enhancements
Ongoing client development has produced many new features that continue to help administrators save time and money. This session will cover the latest features for the Novell Client v4.9 for Windows 2000/XP. This includes support for LDAP Contextless Login, LDAP Treeless Login, and support for DFS junctions. The new client also provides support for files larger than 4 GB. Terabyte file sizes are now supported. The new client provides a helpful administrator's tool that allows clients to be downloaded and installed from a web page. Lastly, learn about the new update agent that enables the client to be configured to periodically check for and install updates.
Kyrt Nay
Sr. Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT115 — Using Mac OS X in a Novell Environment
The popularity of Apple Computer's new UNIX-based operation system (Mac OS X) has provided the company with a re-invigorated presence in the corporate, media, and education markets. This begs the question: "What is Novell doing to support this new operating system?" In this session participants will learn how the Mac OS X operation system fits into the Novell solution strategy. They will also gain insight into the company's future plans for Macintosh support. If you use or support Mac OS X, plan on attending this session.
John  Lemansky
Systems Engineer Manager
Novell, Inc.
Dan Sinema
Systems Engineer
Apple
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT121 — Novell ZENworks: Personality Migration
Learn how ZENworks enables you to do full PC Personality Migration to accelerate and reduce business disruption for operating system upgrades, disaster recovery and hardware migration. This session will show you how to seamlessly migrate user accounts, shortcuts, taskbar settings, wallpaper, display settings, network settings, printer settings and application settings using ZENworks.
Jason Werner
Marketing Manager
Novell, Inc.
Ken Gremillion
Sr. Sales Engineer
Miramar Systems
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT122 — Novell ZENworks: Migrating to Windows XP
Customers are faced with the challenges of upgrading to the latest Microsoft Desktop Operating Systems and Office Productivity Suites. This session will show you how the Novell ZENworks reduces the costs associated with the deployment cycles. This session will focus on four areas - hands-off Windows XP professional deployment, Office XP professional installation and personalization for the user, migration of the users desktop and application settings and finally managing the upgrade process for your remote and mobile users.
Martin Buckley
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT123 — Integrating ZENworks Desktop Management with your Helpdesk
ZENworks delivers best-of-breed management of your handheld, laptop, workstation and server devices. See how to further reduce your costs by integrating ZENworks with your enterprise helpdesk system. The benefits include rapid problem response, accurate asset reporting and centralized delivery of workstation images and applications.
Rick Cox
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Lee Chadwick
Worldwide Marketing Director
Touchpaper
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT124 — Novell ZENworks: Resource Integrity
IS organizations continue to struggle with the never-ending flood of patches, hot-fixes and support packs which are required to keep their business critical server platforms up and running and your users productive. No business is exempt - for example Microsoft released over 60 security updates for Windows 2000 server in the past year. This session will show how ZENworks solutions can discover and target workstations, laptops and servers which are not in compliance with your security and patch policies and then automatically target them for mass remediation, instead of one at a time. ZENworks solutions rapidly reduce your security risks while continually reducing costs and maximizing your userĂs productivity.
Jason Werner
Marketing Manager
Novell, Inc.
Rick Cox
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT125 — Novell ZENworks: Deploying and Implementing Handheld Management
Now more than ever, the ZENworks family delivers policy-based management of a wide range of corporate resources. Come see how the new features in ZENworks for Handhelds manages your handheld devices, as well as the content and applications they contain. Attendees will learn design factors necessary for planning successful installations. Installation and configuration will be demonstrated. Deployment of applications and data to a handheld device will be demonstrated. Resources useful for internal as well as integration partner deployments will be covered.
Doreen Christiani
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Andrew Frazier
Sales Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT127 — Wireless Email/PIM in a Secure, Managed Handheld Environment
Gaining access to data anywhere anytime is the lure of mobile computing. However, a wireless handheld costs over $4,000 a year to support. Additionally, the loss of a device can jeopardize an organization because of compromised corporate data. Using Novell ZENworks for Handhelds and Notify Technology's NotifyLinks' "push" email/PIM solution you can lower your total cost of ownership while dramatically improving the productivity of your workforce! Come see how it all works together LIVE using a Handspring Treo running on the T-Mobile Network. A Handspring TREO will be given away at the session.
Richard Bliss
President
BLISS, Inc
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Introductory
TUT128 — Avoiding the Most Common ZENworks for Desktops Technical Support Issues
Support personnel need up to date information on support issues facing their desktop management solutions. This session, written and presented by Novell Technical Support engineers, will cover the top issues they have helped customers with since the product's version 4 release last year. This session is a must for those administrating ZENworks for Desktops and those about to roll the product into production during the year.
Martin Irwin
Technical Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Mike Gord
Worldwide Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT129 — Novell ZENworks: Deploying and Implementing Web Self-Service and Thin Client Management
This session will focus on the installation and configuration of Novell OnDemand Services as part of ZENworks Hercules. The session will include detailed tips and processes on the installation of OnDemand Services as well as its integration with broader ZENworks solutions. This session will show the use of both Microsoft Windows Terminal Services and Citrix MetaFrame as an application hosting environment. Additionally, attendees will learn best practices in setting up ZENworks OnDemand Services in respect to the various roles it may play as part a larger ZENworks solution. Attendees should have basic knowledge of ZENworks for Desktops policy and desktop management components as well as some very basic experience with Novell Portal Services v1.5. Additionally some casual knowledge of Windows Terminal Services (RDP Protocol) as well as Citrix Metaframe (ICA Protocol) is further recommended.
Jason Razien
Technology Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Introductory
TUT131 — Resolving GroupWise 6.x Common Support Calls
This session will address the top call generating problems for Novell GroupWise Support. A discussion of each issue will be followed by a discussion of the solutions. The presenters will provide an analysis of how each solution was obtained.
Troy Worthington
Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ken Davis
WSS GroupWise Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Introductory
TUT134 — GroupWise Virus and Spam Strategies Using GWAVA
Computer viruses, spam, confidentiality leaks and inappropriate content is having a serious impact on your mail systems. Recent studies indicate that 1 out of every 212 email messages contains a virus and that by July 2003, spam will outnumber legitimate email on the Internet. Learn how to use an all-in-one security suite called GWAVA in order to keep junk mail and viruses out of your GroupWise system, while at the same time keeping confidential information confidential.
Charles Taite
CTO
Beginfinite, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
TUT143 — Administering Multi-Platform Environments Using the Novell Account Management Suite
For years, Novell has anticipated the paradigm shift towards solution-based (heterogeneous) environments. Novell is capable of alleviating many of the pains normally associated with such infrastructures, with the steadily growing suite of Novell Account Management (NAM) tools. NAM handles user access management across platforms including Windows NT, Windows 2000, Linux, Solaris and more recently AIX, HP-UX and OS/390, by offering redirection or synchronization of user account information across platforms. This provides tangible user provisioning benefits. This session will present insights into the world of NAM and examine the implications it can have on administration as well as the infrastructure. It will also demonstrate, by live example, how user access management can be conducted in a more simple, secure and fast manner across various platforms.
Doug Anderson
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Boyd Wilson
NAM 3 Developer
Novell, Inc.
Bruce Getter
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
David Condrey
Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT145 — Small Business: Implementing Novell BorderManager
Internet connectivity is now a critical component for networks of all sizes, which means small business owners are facing some of the same challenges that enterprise network managers have been grappling with for years. Specifically, one such challenge is providing the Internet services needed to meet business requirements while also maintaining security and control of user activity. The small-business owner must also accomplish these goals with minimal cost and maximum simplicity. Novell's BorderManager offers a fast, secure, easily- managed solution to these challenges. This session will discuss the implementation of BorderManager as a component of Novell's Small Business Suite. Design and implementation will be covered in detail, as well as optimization and administration. Attendees will benefit from real-world lessons learned, and they will leave this session with an understanding of how Novell solutions can keep a small business competitive and safe on today's Internet.
Troy  Wilde
Product Manager - Small Business Suite
Novell, Inc.
Scott Jones
Product Manager - Novell BorderManager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
TUT159 — Novell's Perspective On Microsoft Active Directory .NET
Microsoft Active Directory .NET is the second version of Active Directory. What has changed and will it be of benefit to you and your organization? Come and see what they have done and how it stacks up to Novell's eDirectory.
Justin Taylor
Chief Strategist, DS
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
TUT161 — Web Services 101 and XML: The Language of Data Integration
"Web Services" is more than a mantra: it's a practical, working strategy for realizing the benefits of a Services Oriented Architecture (integration, interoperability, maintainability, and more) using tools available now. Learn how your company can leverage the relatively simple concepts behind WSDL, SOAP, and XML to build robust integration applications that are "discoverable" (with UDDI and WSIL); that can interoperate seamlessly with other services (your own, or a trading partner's); and that can be rewired, reconfigured, or upgraded quickly, with minimum test/debug time; all without sacrificing security, scalability, reliability, or reusability. But to truly understand the benefits of Web Services, you need to look beyond the logic framework to the data framework: a framework built on the copackaging of data with metadata (in the form of XML). In this session, you will get a nuts-and-bolts look at how and why technologies like XPath, XSD, XSL, and XForms pave the way to a services-driven future that all participants benefit from. And, you'll see how, with the right tools, you can make the Future happen Today. Don't miss this exciting, information-packed overview of the technology paradigm shift that is rocking the IT world.
Kas Thomas
Documentation Manager, exteNd Composer
Novell, Inc.
Frank Ryan
Director of Product Management
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Introductory
TUT171 — Building Strategic Frameworks for Education
At school districts across the country, IT managers are tasked with providing increased access to information to ensure that no students are left behind. At the same time, these managers have potential access to multiple sources of funds (federal, state, and local), and therefore, need to have a plan for how to best use those funds. This session will describe how to IT managers can build strategic frameworks to better understand their information technology options, and how to implement their desired vision.
Geoffrey Barneby
Senior Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Scott Johnson
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Introductory
TUT191 — Technical Explanation of the HP StorageWorks Modular SAN Array 1000
This session will present the stages of the MSA1000 from the original announcement to where we are today. Topics for discussion will be a technical overview of the MSA1000 along with features and performance. While the MSA1000 supports multiple operating systems, this presentation will focus on the MSA1000 and NetWare support to include setup and configuration in a NetWare environment.
David Nicholls
Systems Engineer, NSS / Online Storage Division
Hewlett-Packard Co.
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Introductory
TUT192 — Solving Common Storage Management Issues
Storage management is becoming a larger part of IT administration efforts. The backup window is shrinking due to the increasing amount of data being stored on production servers, and the time it takes to restore a server after a disaster is increasing. At the same time, company's are facing changing requirements for data retention due to new laws and regulations. Hierarchical storage management (HSM) complements your backup strategy by providing a tool to proactively manage storage growth in the enterprise. This presentation will discuss backup and disaster recovery options that are available and how HSM integrates with a company's backup strategy.
Jean Kinney
Manager, Sales and Support
CaminoSoft Corporation
Roger  Stevers
Consultant Manager
Computer Associates
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Introductory
TUT193 — Securing Corporate Data on Laptops with Novell iFolder and EMC Networked Storage
This session will discuss EMC business continuity solutions using NetWare clusters and EMC intelligent networked storage. This session will feature a description and discussion about how to architect solutions to allow failover of applications from one cluster of computers to another unrelated cluster of computers. This solution can be architected even with a continent of distance between the computer clusters. The session will also provide insight into backup-to-disk capabilities with ATA technology.
Ludo Vennekens
Principal Technical Architect
EMC
Paul Oconnor
Senior Engineering Manager
EMC
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT201 — Configuring and Administering the Novell JVM for NetWare
The majority of NovellĂs new product releases rely heavily on Java virtual machine technology for run-time execution. The Novell JVM (version 1.4.1) for NetWare offers a high-performance JVM that leverages the embedded HotSpot technology. With substantial improvements in the garbage collection process, the latest release of the Java virtual machine for NetWare is truly state of the art. This session will focus on how to install, configure, and administer the Novell JVM for NetWare. The speakers will explain the new multi-server distributed installation utility. They will also demonstrate how to use the new GUI utilities that ship with JVM 1.4.1. The speakers will also cover basic commands for using the JVM.
Brad Stoddard
Novell, Inc.
Charles Felice
Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
Jason Douglas
Novell, Inc.
Lynn Bendixsen
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT202 — Rapid and Remote Deployment of Nakoma
This session will demonstrate Novell Consulting's Rapid NOS deployment methodology. Attendees will benefit from proven methodologies for planning a successful migration to Nakoma. The ability to remotely upgrade servers to Nakoma can mean a significant cost and time savings for any organization with multiple locations. Using the methods that will be discussed in this session, Novell Consulting has helped customers reduce implementation time by up to 70%, along with a cost reduction of over 50% as compared to traditional upgrading methods. Attendees should possess an intermediate-level knowledge of the NetWare upgrade process.
Wilson Mattos
Consultant
Doug Clower
Global Solution Architect
Novell, Inc.
Dori Stuchinsky
Consultant
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT203 — Getting High Performance Backups from NetWare
This session reviews new enhancements as well as techniques for improving your backup speeds and scalability. Tools for determining your system bottlenecks will be presented and explained. This session will be presented by the lead engineers developing the technology.
David Mair
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Shyamsundar Ranganathan
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT204 — Deploying Novell Nterprise Branch Office
Novell Nterprise Branch Office gives you an affordable, highly manageable way to meet networking needs at the fringe of your network. This multifunction soft appliance dramatically reduces your costs by simplifying management, improving employee productivity, eliminating the need for local backups and enhancing your disaster preparedness. This session will show an extensive demonstration of how to deploy one central office server and one branch office server.
JD Nyland
Distinguished Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Jared Jensen
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT205 — Administering MySQL 4.0 on NetWare 6
The MySQL 4.0 database is now available on NetWare 6. This session will be an overview of administering MySQL with an emphasis of MySQL on NetWare. Participants will learn to install, configure, backup, and restore MySQL databases. This session is for developers and administrators with a basic knowledge of NetWare and databases.
Rob Lyon
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT206 — Implementing NetWare's NAS Protocol Solutions for Cross-Platform and Web File Sharing
This session covers the enhancements to Native File Access protocols as well as Novell's NetStorage in Nakoma. This session will also discuss how to setup and use these Network Attached Storage capabilities in NetWare 5.1, NetWare 6 and Nakoma.
Richard Jones
Product Manager, Storage
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT208 — Using the Server Consolidation Utility to Re-Align NetWare Servers
Have you ever wanted to move data between NetWare servers and keep the existing trustee assignments? This session will explore the power of the Server Consolidation Utility and describe some situations where this nifty tool can be put to use. You can use this tool on new or existing servers to move data between servers or to consolidate servers. The data moves quickly between the servers and streamlines the process of moving to a new server.
Nancy Hawkins
Technology Specialist
Novell, Inc.
Derek Dobson
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT209 — Migrating Microsoft Servers and Data to a Novell Environment
This session will teach attendees how to move users and data from an NT/2000 environment to a Novell environment. Participants will learn how to prepare their environment for migration and the steps which will make this process a breeze.
Derek Dobson
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Bruce Cutler
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT210 — iSCSI: Implementing Affordable SAN Solutions
This session covers Novell's iSCSI initiator and target technologies in Nakoma as well as initiators for NetWare 5.1 and 6. This session will show how to build a low cost, fully functional SAN without fibre channel.
Richard Jones
Product Manager, Storage
Novell, Inc.
Robert Wipfel
Distinguished Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT211 — Configuring the DirXML Driver for JDBC
The JDBC DirXML Driver provides a generic solution for synchronizing data between eDirectory and JDBC-accessible relational databases. The principle value of this driver resides in its generic nature. Unlike most DirXML drivers that interface with a single, well-defined application, this driver can potentially interface with any database application hosted on any JDBC-accessible relational database. The JDBC DirXML Driver provides data synchronization capabilities with Oracle 8.x, Microsoft SQL Server 7.x, and DB2 Universal Database (UDB) 7.x. This session will demonstrate how to implement and configure this driver.
Jason Elsberry
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT212 — Configuring the DirXML Driver for Active Directory
This session will demonstrate how to configure the DirXML driver for Active Directory. This session will explain how stylesheets work and explore how you can use them in comparison to how you would use XML rules.
Tim  Delaney
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT213 — Configuring the DirXML Driver for PeopleSoft
This session will explain how to configure a PeopleSoft application server and the DirXML driver for PeopleSoft to provide a data integration scenario between PeopleSoft applications and eDirectory. This session will discuss the differences in application integration technology utilized for PeopleSoft 7.5x and 8.x releases.
Mark Worwetz
Sr. Engineer DirXML
Novell, Inc.
Lori Rowland
DirXML Deployment Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT214 — Implementing the DirXML Driver 1.0 for Avaya PBX
DirXML is a bi-directional data sharing service that leverages Novell eDirectory to distribute new and updated information across directories, databases and critical applications on the network and across firewalls to partner systems. The DirXML Driver 1.0 for Avaya PBX now provides the opportunity for organizations to integrate their PBX with their corporate environment. This session provides an overview of the DirXML Driver 1.0 for Avaya PBX, various implementation scenarios, product implementation, and illustrates the functionality and value it can provide to customers. No pre-qualification is necessary to attend this session.
Kevin Boogert
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ron Nerdin
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT215 — Configuring the DirXML Driver for SAP
This session will explain how to configure an SAP server and the DirXML Driver for SAP HR to provide a data integration scenario between SAP HR and eDirectory.
Mark Worwetz
Sr. Engineer DirXML
Novell, Inc.
Lori Rowland
DirXML Deployment Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT216 — Configuring the DirXML Driver for Lotus Notes
This session will demonstrate how to configure the DirXML driver for Lotus Notes. This session will explain how stylesheets work and explore how you can use them in comparison to how you would use XML rules.
Richard Matheson
DirXML Driver Manager, NDS SDK
Novell, Inc.
Perry Nuffer
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT217 — Leveraging the Workflow Request Service Driver for Novell DirXML
You already know that DirXML gives you automatic data synchronization between your systems. Now you can bring human input into the mix! Learn how to send informational email based on certain events as well as how to ask your users for input or your managers for decisions.
Willem de Pater
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Steve Trottier
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT219 — Novell ZENworks: Mobile User Management
Secure, stable, and without boundaries, Novell ZENworks for Desktops 4 middle tier server provides the framework that affords remote users the capability to access corporate applications. System administrators can inventory and secure workstations, which gives the CIO the ability to sleep at night. Got ZENworks?
Oscar Sanchez
Premium Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Chris Williams
Primary Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT220 — Novell ZENworks in a Microsoft Environment
This session will show how ZENworks management solutions can work in your Microsoft workstation and server environment. Learn how ZENworks for Desktops delivers workstation management in a domain or Active Directory environment without the Novell Client32. Also, see how ZENworks for Servers can provide management of your Windows 2000 server environment.
Martin Buckley
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
TUT221 — Novell ZENworks: Desktop Management Best Practices
In this presentation, Novell Consulting and the Net Solutions Group collaborated to lay down sound methodology and best practices for deploying ZENworks for Desktops 4.0. These best practices will focus on deploying ZENworks for Desktops 4 in new environments as well as upgrading from versions 3 and 2. The approach will be based on several consulting engagements in North America. This session will specifically cover Preparing eDirectory for optimum ZENworks performance, Choosing which servers to run which ZENworks services, selecting your inventory databases, and preparing workstations for ZENworks. This session will also discuss the management of disconnected workstations in your environment. Finally, this presentation will outline the steps for deploying ZENworks for Desktops 4 in your network environment.
Jeffery Loomis
Technical Specialist
Novell, Inc.
Bryon Griffin
Technology Specialist
Novell, Inc.
Erica Royer
ERoyer@novell.com
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT222 — Novell ZENworks: Enterprise Usage and Bill-back
End users and organizations require many productivity and line-of-business applications for successful business operations. Organizations must understand what resources are utilized by whom in order effectively control, reduce and allocate expenses. Novell, using ZENworks technologies, works within your existing business processes to provide enterprise level tracking of application usage and implement best practices to charge-back the resource usage to departments within your organization. Topics which will be covered include: application approval-flow and self-provisioning, software auditing and reporting, using the data to negotiate or prove compliance with external auditors, and departmental billing/charge-back capabilities.
Ramesh Pattni
Novell, Inc.
Martin Buckley
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT224 — Upgrading to Novell ZENworks for Desktops 4
ZENworks for Desktops 4 provides a rich set of services for managing users and workstations that are both inside and outside the corporate firewall. In this session you will learn everything you need to know to upgrade your existing ZENworks 2 or ZENworks for Desktops 3.x environment to ZENworks for Desktops 4. Topics will include pre-requisites and planning, upgrading, extending ZENworks services to remote users and users without the Novell Client for windows, and post upgrade tasks.
Ron Tanner
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Jason Blackett
Chief Tech Eng ATT/CNI
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT225 — Novell ZENworks: Securing Your Mobile Devices
The Gartner Group estimates that in 2001 approximately 250,000 handheld devices were left behind or lost in U.S. airports. Losing control of a PDA or laptop and the mission-critical data they contains can post serious threats to your enterprise. How are you protecting your mobile devices and the corporate secrets they contain? ZENworks helps you protect your mobile devices from unauthorized access and reduce the risk of data loss with automated, policy based management. This session will provide you with an understanding of security management, file retrieval, and device disabling features to secure your growing mobile environment.
Doc Hodges
Corporate Technology Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Glenn Weir
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT226 — Network Management and Monitoring Using the Components of ZENworks for Servers
Management and Monitoring Services is comprised of components that enable you to manage and monitor your entire network. The software discovers the entire network and presents it to the user in map form. The maps display various network segments that can be drilled down to individual machines for obtaining specific information. This session will discuss the discovery and atlas, server management, alarm management, and traffic management.
Allen  McCurdy
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Pat Nurre
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT230 — GroupWise WebAccess Configuration and Customization
The purpose of this session is to help companies answer common questions regarding configuration and customization of WebAccess. The speakers will briefly discuss what is new to WebAccess in GroupWise 6.5. They will also discuss such topics as security, redirection, installation, and customization. Attendees will learn how Novell has configured GroupWise WebAccess to meet its own internal needs.
Tim Draper
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ron Bingham
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT231 — De-Spamming Your GroupWise System
If you feel your organization's email system has been taken over by unsolicited email, you are not alone. Industry experts estimate that 50-60% of all corporate email is unsolicited email (spam). In this session, the presenters will discuss how GroupWise 6.5 addresses the need for spam controls and which third-party tools are available to protect your GroupWise system from spam. This session will also discuss other options you have for content filtering and possible legal or ethical obligations you might have to protection your users from spam.
Danita Zanre
Senior Consultant
Caledonia Network Consulting
Michael Bell
Consultant
Open Hand
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT232 — Data Retention within a GroupWise System: Legislative and Industry Requirements
The lack of clear guidelines for classifying, indexing, filing, storing, and retrieving email messages has placed yet another burden on IT administrators, who must now also deal with managing and archiving hundreds of megabytes of stored email per user in any given calendar year. This session will highlight issues of data and record retention within the GroupWise system as they pertain to legislative requirements, industry requirements, and the requirements of access to information. Different solutions addressing the needs of record retention and public access will be explored.
Lindsey Johnstone
System Manager
City of Seattle
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT233 — Planning for the Global Deployment GroupWise 6.5
GroupWise 6.5 has made upgrading very easy. However, when considering a global deployment there will always be challenges and obstacles. This session share the planning process and methodology used for a successful 50,000 user global deployment and how the challenges and obstacles were overcome. Tools used during the planning process will be demonstrated.
Randy Brown
GroupWise Dedicated Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Howard Tayler
Messaging and Business Solutions Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Todd Bosco
Global Messaging Lead Engineer
Wyeth
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
TUT234 — Boosting Productivity with the GroupWise 6.5 Client
The GroupWise 6.5 client includes an enhanced user-tested interface that enables users to accomplish familiar tasks more easily, reducing training and support requirements. Menus, screens and icons are easy-to-use, look familiar and are placed where users intuitively expect to find them. This session will how to use the new tools in GroupWise 6.5 to make yourself and your end-users more productive.
John Wade
Vice President
Brainstorm, Inc.
Eric Farr
Vice President
BrainStorm, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT235 — GroupWise Messenger: Installation, Configuration, and Operation
This session will discuss the ins and outs of the new instant messaging module from Novell, including installation, security, client distribution, message logging, and more.
Jason Williams
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Kevin Crutchfield
Development Manager
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
TUT236 — Migrating from Exchange to GroupWise
Novell Consulting will show attendees the best practices and preferred tools for migrating from Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2000 to GroupWise 6.x.
Tom Waknitz
Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Robin Redgrave
Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Tim Heywood
Technical Director
NDS8
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT237 — GroupWise and SSL on the Wire
This session will show how to enforce the use of 128-bit OpenSSL on all GroupWise over-the-wire communications, including between agents, client/server, remote communications, and LDAP authentication.
Morris Blackham
Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT238 — GroupWise 6.5 Best Practices
Learn from the experts in Novell Technical Support about the best practices for configuration, administration, and maintenance of your GroupWise system.
Tay Kratzer
Primary Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Eric Raff
Primary Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ira Messenger
Primary Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT239 — Document Management with GroupWise
Implementing GroupWise Document Management will provide a significant return on investment. This session will present the "Best Practices" for successfully implementing GroupWise Document Management. Project planning and robust scalability will be the focus. This session is a must for those considering Document Management.
Jerry Winkel
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Gregg Hinchman
Consultant
Hinchman Consulting
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT240 — NetMail Architecture and Fundamentals
This session will demonstrate how to configure, tune, and troubleshoot Novell NetMail. This session will also explain the architecture of NetMail and the use of NetMail with Novell Storage Services and Novell Cluster Services.
Rodney Price
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
David Latimer
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT241 — Architecting Access Management Solutions
How do you design an access management architecture to enable secure user access to appropriate resources where and when they need them, while minimizing administrative costs? How do you explain this architecture to your non-technical peers and managers? This session presents several architectures for solving key access management challenges faced by businesses with many different kinds of users. It explores typical issues, common misunderstandings, and hidden complexities involved in understanding business needs and developing a robust solution. The session also shows how to explain access management architectures in clear terms without a lot of technical jargon. The session will use case studies to illustrate the architectures that Novell has developed to meet specific client needs.
Bill Maxey
Novell, Inc.
Israel Forst
Solution Support Lead
Novell, Inc.
Heath Ramsey
Solution Support Lead
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT242 — Novell Nsure Resources: Business Rules and Implementation
With Novell Nsure Resources, you can add, change or delete user information in one system, and that change automatically occurs on all other systems in your network. This comprehensive secure identity-management system will drastically improve productivity, sharply reduce administrative costs, and immediately eliminate many security loopholes. This session is intended for those individuals that want to know how Novell Nsure Resources works and the best way to implement it. This session reviews the defined data flows and business rules that are delivered with Novell Nsure Resources. The attendee will learn what is required to install and configure Novell Nsure Resources in a lab environment. Recommended steps are presented for moving the product from lab to production.
Dave Horne
Identity Solutions Manager
Novell, Inc.
Robert Price
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT244 — Configuring Novell iChain 2.2
Securing access to your web resources can often be a daunting task, and often (with other vendors solutions) requires custom coding of applications authentication processes and installation of additional software. Reducing the complexity of these tasks is a key benefit of Novell iChain. This session will guide the participant through the installation and configuration of Novell iChain. The session illustrates the processes that should be followed to identify the security requirements, and provides a step-by-step installation and configuration guide, for accelerator configuration, secure exchange, single sign-on and personalization services.
Lee Howarth
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT245 — Implementing BorderManager VPN Services
As the world moves toward Web-based secure remote access, the massive proliferation of legacy applications means the general-purpose secure connections offered by Virtual Private Networks (VPN) will remain a business requirement for years to come. In fact, analysts indicate that the VPN market will continue to grow. This session will explore the quantum leap evolution of Novell's VPN service in the upcoming Novell BorderManager release, including standard IPSec support, strong authentication and client firewall integration. Participants will leave this session with an understanding of the components required for a comprehensive secure remote access solution. A working knowledge of Novell BorderManager architecture and functionality required.
Haripriya Srinivasaraghavan
Software Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Alka Agrawal
senior manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT246 — Optimizing the Security of Novell Technologies
This session will demonstrate and discuss how to secure major Novell products, and prevent intruders from breaking into your systems. This session will cover Novell technologies including eDirectory, NetWare, BorderManager, and more.
Alan Mark
Chief Security Strategist
Novell, Inc.
8 hrs
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT248 — Designing Secure Identity Management Solutions
How do you design an effective secure identity management solution? How do you ensure that the design meets identified criteria? This session takes participants through an intensive simulation of the design phase of an identity management solution. Participants divide into cross-functional project teams. After an introduction to a client case study that includes information from a requirements assessment, they conduct additional interviews with client personnel.
Jacob Mullins
Global Solution Manger
Novell, Inc.
Kristina Brown Brunelle
Training Manager
Novell, Inc.
Ramon Garcia
Learning Facilitator
Novell, Inc.
Rainer Oebels
Senior Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Bill Maxey
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT249 — Implementing NovellĂs eDirectory PKI solution
This session will discuss Novell Certificate Server. The session will focus on how Certificate Server integrates with eDirectory and other Novell products. Significant time will be spent on the new features available, such as CRL support and OCSP.
Carl Tietjen
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Steve Walker
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT250 — Deploying Novell Modular Authentication Services
This session will detail how to install and administer the component pieces of Novell Modular Authentication Service (NMAS). This session will also discuss upgrade login methods, login sequences, and mandatory access control. The process for setting up secrecy and integrity categories and then utilizing these categories within label definitions will be explained. The presentation will include live demonstrations of the topics discussed.
Hal Henderson
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT251 — Using LDAP to Accomplish Every Day Administration Tasks
Anyone who has worked with eDirectory knows that the data within the directory can be managed through Novell's administration utilities. ConsoleOne and NetWare Administrator are the most popular choices for data administration, but both of these utilities require Novell's Client32 to be installed at the workstation where the administration is going to be performed. What happens if administration needs to be done but the client is not available or can't be installed on the workstation? The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is another protocol that can used to perform administration tasks in the directory. This can be done without any propriety Novell client code. This session will discuss how every day administration tasks can be accomplished using LDAP. Session attendees should be comfortable with basic directory concepts and have some familiarity with LDAP.
Hicham Mourad
Solution Support Lead
Novell, Inc.
David McLaurin
Solutions Support Lead
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT253 — Tuning Novell eDirectory
Administrators need tools and methods of profiling and tuning Novell eDirectory. This session will provide Administrators with detailed information, using Novell iMonitor, iManager, and other directory utilities. In addition to directory tuning, this session will cover tuning NetWare, Windows, and Unix platforms for better eDirectory performance. These techniques will be demonstrated during the session.
Duane Buss
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
David Murphy
Consulting Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Rajesh KP
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Kamal Narayan
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT254 — Authenticating Solaris Accounts to Novell eDirectory
This session will discuss the most common ways to authenticate users to NovellĂs eDirectory in a Solaris NIS+ environment. Novell provides excellent tools from the Nsure and Nterprise frameworks through use of DirXML, NAM, and NMAS to accomplish this task. The speakers will also explore the open source PADL method of authenticating from the Solaris native client.
Tom Fulton
Sr. Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT255 — eDirectory Best Practices
This session will review the most frequent eDirectory support issues encountered in the past year. The session will present and discuss methods and procedures to avoid the pitfalls that others have encountered migrating to eDirectory. Time for an interactive discussion on these issues will follow the presentation. This is your opportunity to discuss eDirectory Support issues directly with Novell Support Engineers.
David Stagg
Primary Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Rod Steele
Global Resolution Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Rick Killpack
Global Resolution Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT256 — Integrating Active Directory and eDirectory Authentication: Kerberos is the Answer!
This session will discuss how to setup and configure Novell Modular Authentication Service (NMAS) for allowing users to log in to eDirectory using a Microsoft, MIT and CyberSafe TGT (Ticket Granting Ticket) and TKT (Keberos Service Ticket). The session will provide a technical overview, demo, and tips and tricks for configuring the NMAS Kerberos method to work with your organization's Kerberos infrastructure.
Loren Russon
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT257 — Novell eDirectory 8.7 Deployment Strategies
Novell has years of experience deploying directories for all sorts of environments. Based on experience, Novell has updated it's methodologies on how to deploy it's directory in both the enterprise and the extranet. This session will help you make decisions around tree design, the use of a single tree or multiple trees, replication and partition issues and how to plan for directory sizing.
Steve Hansen
Novell Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Mark Hinckley
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT259 — Automated eDirectory Health Checks and Troubleshooting
Peace of mind comes both from knowing that your directory infrastructure is healthy, and knowing how to efficiently handle any problems which arise. Using iMonitor, this session teaches administrators how to understand and automate Health checks. This session explains and demonstrates the methodologies involved in isolating, identifying, and solving many challenges in your local environment.
Gary Porter
Network Consultant
MindWorks, Inc. of Kentucky
Duane Buss
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Tom Doman
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
TUT260 — Implementing Next Generation Remote Access
Productivity for remote users is a constant concern for most organizations. How do you get the current data, applications, documents, and information to these users in the most effective way possible? Common "band aid" solutions often provide short term value, but ultimately will not meet the requirements of the users. By providing a solid foundation and philosophy using industry standards, web services, and other Novell technologies you can avoid this scenario. This session will take a look at how you can leverage industry standards, web services and other Novell technologies to maximize remote user productivity.
Kevin Chin
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Matthew D'Amico
Technology Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
8 hrs
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT261 — Secure Identity Management: Assessing Your Requirements
How do you determine what the requirements are for a secure identity management project? How do you make sure that you address business as well as technical issues? This session takes participants through an intensive simulation of the requirements assessment (RA) phase of an identity management solution. Participants divide into cross-functional project teams. After an introduction to a client case study, they conduct requirements interviews. Prerequisites: Working knowledge of eDirectory, NMAS, SecureLogin, iChain, and DirXML training; Introduction to Secure Identity Management Architectures; Introduction to Access Management Architectures.
Jacob Mullins
Global Solution Manger
Novell, Inc.
Kristina Brown Brunelle
Training Manager
Novell, Inc.
Ramon Garcia
Learning Facilitator
Novell, Inc.
Rainer Oebels
Senior Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Bill Maxey
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
TUT262 — Empowering Your Financial Services Customers with Customer One View
Due to evolving customer demand, market conditions and deregulation, Financial Services Companies are being challenged with delivering a superior multi-channel customer service and sales experience in a increasingly complex environment. Companies' supporting infrastructures are running on disparate technology platforms, which in turn are generally providing an inconsistent and, in many instances, unsatisfactory customer experience. This session will enable companies to rapidly define, assess and overcome these challenges. The session will cover three areas of pain in the Financial Services Industry today: Customer Service; Channel Integration; and Wealth Management. This solution will leverage the capabilities of ExteNd, Nsure, Portals, iChain and DirXML. This session will enable companies to develop a solution framework which will allow them to improve their revenue generating abilities (up-sell and cross-sell) and decrease their process and infrastructure costs, in a secure and consistent manner, through the more effective utilization of their existing investments in customer and employee facing technologies.
Scott Burns
Managing Director
Novell, Inc.
Gary Sanborn
Director
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
TUT271 — CNI Education: Quick and Easy Classroom Setup
Today's classroom setups are becoming more difficult and time consuming due to complex software, diverse topic coverage, high-end hardware demands, and other factors. A typical classroom setup for an advanced course can literally take days if done from scratch. In this session you will learn some of the techniques that can be used to set up your classroom as quickly and trouble-free as possible. Some of the tools that will be covered include Quick Classroom, VMware, Virtual PC, typical imaging software, and ZENworks for Desktops. Special circumstances such as hardware requirements for clustering will also be discussed. You will save time when faced with complex classroom setups, leaving you with free time to better prepare for teaching!
Rainer Backes
Managing Director
'bond' Software GmbH
Frank Gioffre
Senior Network Consultant
Gioffre Consulting
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
TUT272 — Preparing for the Novell Practicum
The Novell Practicum is a demanding test of your eDirectory troubleshooting skills that leaves no margin for error. Passing the Practicum and earning the valued CDE certification is a difficult process, especially if you are not fully prepared. In this session you will learn the methodical troubleshooting approach that you should use in order to fix broken trees and successfully pass the Practicum. Topics that are covered include typical problems found in broken trees, time management, prioritization of issues, and proper troubleshooting methodology.
Frank Gioffre
Senior Network Consultant
Gioffre Consulting
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT280 — Hot Tools for TCP/IP Troubleshooting and Security 2003
In 2002, Ms. Chappell shared some of the best TCP/IP troubleshooting tools available. This year, she'll be bringing in a new set of hot tools focused on network troubleshooting and security. From throughput and latency testing tools to software that can modify packets traveling from one network to another on a live network, this session will cover the tools that'll make you wish you had a month of free time in the lab!
Laura Chappell
Sr. Protocol Analyst
Protocol Analysis Institute
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT281 — Interpreting Packet Trace Files
You've captured 32MB of trace files...What's next? As you scroll through the trace, you become dizzy with the acronyms, colors and numbers flying by your weary eyes. Welcome to the world of packet analysis. In this session, Ms. Chappell will go through some general steps used to focus in on specific communications to get a general idea of what is going on. She'll show samples of web browsing sessions, client connection sessions, and other sessions that appear to have no purpose at all. This session will help you troubleshoot more efficiently at packet level.
Laura Chappell
Sr. Protocol Analyst
Protocol Analysis Institute
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT282 — Attack Signatures: Identification and Filtering
So what should you NOT see on your network? In this session, Ms. Chappell will define some of the top attack signatures for network scans, OS fingerprinting, and admin access cracking in various environments. During the session, she will use a set of analyzer tools and IDS systems to configure filters to catch packets containing these signatures. She'll also share some great resources for locating attack signatures and talk about how to define your own signature set for NetWare NCP centric attack attempts.
Laura Chappell
Sr. Protocol Analyst
Protocol Analysis Institute
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT283 — Stopping Hackers by Understanding OS Fingerprinting
One of the key elements in hacker reconnaissance is OS fingerprinting the process of identifying the operating system of servers, routers and other network devices. Once the hacker knows the OS he or she is working with, they try to exploit any weaknesses or work around in .areas of trust. In this session, Ms. Chappell will discuss the technology behind both active and passive OS fingerprinting, provide a demonstration of a couple of fingerprinting tools and help you identify a fingerprinting operation based on the packets crossing the wire. Laura will also point out several methods used to thwart fingerprinting efforts including fingerprint deception and filtering. This course is recommended for anyone involved with securing a network.
Laura Chappell
Sr. Protocol Analyst
Protocol Analysis Institute
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT284 — Implementing SLP with NetWare 6 in Small to Medium Size Networks
This session will walk you step by step through implement SLP at the client and server level. Since implementing SLP is not a one size fits all solution, you will get an understanding of how to design and implement SLP for your particular network. As with any network service, having redundancy in SLP will be covered as well. For those making the migration from IPX to Pure IP, making the change won't be as hard as you might think. Even though changing to SLP will take a little work, this session will show you that it uses less bandwidth that IPX's SAP.
Ronald Nutter
Network Manager
Georgetown College
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT285 — The Case for IPv6
IPv6 is the foundation upon which the future Internet will be built. Learn about the features of the new protocol and how it will impact your network and the Internet. This sessions gives an overview about the protocol, the streamlined IPv6 header, extension headers, new functionality like Neighbor Discovery, Autoconfiguration, Security and Mobility enhancements. It shows what transition mechanisms are available and how IPv6 will slowly grow into our networks. It also discusses the current status in the market, IPv6 networks that are up and running and the level of vendor support that is available by today.
Silvia Hagen
Consultant
Sunny Connection AG
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT286 — Examining the New Features in Apache 2.0
In April of 2002, the Apache Software Foundation officially released Apache 2.0. Although there is still some maintenance work going into Apache 1.3, all new features and enhancements will only be added to Apache 2.0. In addition, the Apache Software Foundation is strongly encouraging users to upgrade to Apache 2.0. So what's new in Apache 2.0 and why should you upgrade? If performance and features aren't enough for you, how about the fact that Apache 2.0 will be the only web server shipped in the upcoming release of NetWare? This session will discuss many of the new features of Apache 2.0 for NetWare including new modules and configuration. We will discuss migrating from Apache 1.3 to 2.0 and how to configure some of the standard apache modules included with Apache. This session is targeted for those that are new to the Apache Web Server as well as experienced Apache users.
Brad Nicholes
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT287 — Migrating from the Enterprise Web Server to the Apache 2.0 Web server
NetWare Nakoma will ship with the Apache 2.0 Web Server rather than the Enterprise Web Server which shipped with previous versions of NetWare. This means that you may want to consider migrating to Apache 2.0 when your server is upgraded to Nakoma. To make this migration as seamlessly as possible, the Nakoma installation program will run a perl script to automatically configure Apache 2.0 to match your existing Enterprise settings as closely as possible. This session will take a close look at what the migration perl script does, and offers solutions for how to make the transition from Enterprise to Apache as smooth as possible. A review of how the Enterprise directives (found in MAGNUS.CONF and OBJ.CONF) map to Apache directives (found in HTTPD.CONF) will be presented. Finally, any migration steps that could not be automatically configured by the script will be noted so that proper plans can be made to address these steps.
Mark Tyler
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT288 — Customizing NetWare Web Search Server
Eliminate the high costs of other search engines and improve information access on your web site by implementing NetWare Web Search Server, the search engine used by enterprises around the globe, including Novell. Learn how to maximize the powerful new features available in Web Search Server 3.0 bundled with NetWare 6.5. Some of the new features include improved rights-based search results, indexing of password-protected web sites, web-access integration, stop words processor, search term redirection, best bests, synonyms, search within, e-mail integration, cluster management, and search term highlighter. This will be a fast-paced and informative presentation and demo. See you there!
Peter Clemons
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT289 — Deploying Technical Streaming Media in the Enterprise
Delivering rich streaming media content to end users requires addressing challenges such as the types of delivery pipelines, delivery and content management, and formatting. Media presentations can save time, reduce costs and be more effective in communicating important information. However, if media isnĂt delivered efficiently and effectively, it can be a significant cost with limited benefit to an organization. This session describes the Volera Media Excelerator, which enables the efficient and cost-effective delivery of streaming media to end users. The session will include a demonstration of configuration as well as management and performance of Volera Media Excelerator.
Kevin Rhodes
Development Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT290 — A Preventative Approach to Resolving Critical Server Issues
In our increasingly directory centric (and cross platform) world, a single server with critical issues has the potential to damage far more than just itself. Despite advances in technology, server abends (and blue screens) remain among the toughest problems facing the network administrator. The most effective way of resolving critical server issues is to prevent them from happening at all. This session will teach a strategy to implement and manage systems to prevent problems. Also, for those issues that do occur, a strategy for diagnostics will be included.
Dirk Smith
President
Alexander LAN, Inc.
Allan Hurst
Technical Principal, Novell Enterprise Systems Grp
KIS Computer Center
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
TUT291 — Maximum GroupWise Management
This session will show how to use Intellireach Periscope and other Intellireach products to monitor your GroupWise system. Attendees at this session will learn how to generate reports showing quality of service, performance, and more.
Greg Arnette
CTO
Intellireach
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
TUT292 — Implementing Integrated Security Policy Management
Attendees will view NetVisionĂs comprehensive security solutions which use NetVisionĂs new Policy Resource Center and web console interface to accomplish ˘Active Auditing and Automated Policy Enforcement÷. The solution components feature: Real-time Intrusion and access control, Proactive Vulnerability Management, and User Identity Management. This session demonstrates the specific processes for developing security policies, how to educate and distribute policies to users, how to configure and monitor policies, and how to ensure automated policy enforcement. This session will showcase a major new product release from NetVision.
Jon Duffy
Director of Business Development
NetVision
Eric Burkholder
Vice President of Systems Engineering
NetVision
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
TUT293 — Securing the NetWare Server Console and Providing Secure Remote Access with SecureConsole
This session will teach participants how to use SecureConsole to control access via eDirectory to all server console commands and functions. This applies to NetWare 4, 5, and 6 servers. Attendees will learn how to prevent users from accessing the debugger, monitor, etc. Attendees will learn how to enable secure, encrypted remote access by NDS account instead of a generic password for all users. The session will teach you how you can audit all server console events. Now you can know who downed the server and control who has the ability to down it.
Brent Vernon
Regional Pre-Sales Manager - Canada
Protocom Development Systems
Broderick Harris
Senior Consultant
Protocom Development Systems
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
TUT294 — Auditing and Security with Blue LanceĂs LT Auditor+
In this session, Blue Lance demonstrates its flagship real-time monitoring and auditing solution, LT Auditor+ 8.0. Participants will learn how LT Auditor+ creates audit trails, enables real-time monitoring and provides in depth easy to understand reporting seamlessly across NetWare and Microsoft 2000 networks. Attendees will learn why audit trails are a key component in the security architecture of any enterprise. This session will introduce LT AuditorĂs key role in the next release of NetWare.
Tommy Cathey
Director of Strategic Relations
Blue Lance, Inc.
Peter Thomas
Chief Technology Officer
Blue Lance, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
TUT295 — Troubleshooting NetWare on ProLiant Servers
Novell customers need their NetWare servers to operate at peak performance. This session will provide a framework of installation guidelines, tuning parameters and troubleshooting tips and tricks for Novell customers who run HP ProLiant servers. Additional topics include Nakoma strategies for ProLiant customers as well as tips and tricks for eDirectory performance.
Drue Reeves
Directory Architect
Hewlett Packard
Cindy Manderson
Consultant
Hewlett Packard
Jenifer Golmitz
Systems Engineer
Hewlett Packard
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
TUT296 — Leveraging Storage for a Novell Network with a XIOtech MAGNITUDE
This session will teach how to convert all of your existing servers to "diskless servers." In this session you will gain insight into many years of trial and error. You will learn how to build a "generic or clone server" so that new servers can be built in 5 minutes. Learn how to do a hardware upgrade of your servers in 5 minutes without backups, migrations, or heartburn! These are just a few examples of the benefits you gain by using a SAN in your environment. The precious time you can save by owning a XIOtech MAGNITUDE is measurable in days not minutes!
Pablo Coronado
Storage Specialist
The Harding Group
Bill Taylor
SAN Architect
The Harding Group
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
TUT297 — Best Practices in GroupWise Storage Management: Administrative and Management Issues
With the growing proliferation of email, one of the dominant concerns pertaining to GroupWise is email archiving. A lack of clear data retention policies and a solid storage management implementation plan will result in a storage crisis which can seriously impact GroupWise servers and compromise overall system reliability. This session will explore the problems, repercussions, and costs associated with the growth of message storage. This session will also go beyond baseline desktop archiving and present systems that allow the implementation message categorization, knowledge retention, formal storage policies, and regulatory compliance to provide a higher level of manageability, stability and availability.
Greg Smith
Director of Professional Services
The Messaging Architects
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Intermediate
TUT298 — Securing GroupWise eMail with PGP Mail 8.0
While simple MIME encryption ensures that a message can't be read by anyone other than its intended recipient, PGP Mail for GroupWise also gives you the flexibility and power to use digital signatures to ensure the message creator's identity and the integrity of the messages. In this session, we will demonstrate how to deploy and use PGP Mail for GroupWise in order to combine encryption and digital signatures in securing your e-mail, attachments, and instant messages, preventing attempts to eavesdrop or alter mission critical communication. Presenters will also demonstrate how to use PGP Admin with NDS integration to define the servers from which client installations automatically retrieve up-to-date policy settings and keyrings. Settings pre-configured by PGP Admin are cryptographically locked to prevent individual users from overriding them, which guarantees regulatory compliance, consistency and adherence to policies throughout an organization.
Greg Smith
Director of Professional Services
The Messaging Architects
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT302 — Configuring and Optimizing the Apache, MySQL, PHP and PERL Environment on NetWare 6
The Open Source community has developed more than 2500 portable network solutions that address a broad range of business needs. Until recently, these solutions were primarily hosted on Linux servers. NetWare 6.x is capable of running these same solutions more reliably, efficiently, securely and with greater scalability. Apache, MySQL, PHP and PERL are all supported on NetWare 6.x servers. The goal of this session is to educate network and system administrators on setting up the most optimal environment for deploying these solutions without changing the underlying open source code.
Douglas Splinter
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Scott Ivie
Evangelist Web Services
Novell, Inc.
Paul Jones
Novell, Inc.
Jack Hodge
Evangelist Web Services
Novell, Inc.
Cyle Dibble
Technical Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT303 — Novell Nterprise Branch Office Advanced Concepts
If you are considering deploying Nterprise Branch Office, but are not sure about all of the features, this session is for you. This session will provide an in depth discussion around product architecture, Rsync, restoration, and the new User Access Provisioner.
Matt  French
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Scott Isaacson
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
JD Nyland
Distinguished Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT304 — Advanced Deployment for Novell Nterprise Branch Office
This session will focus on deploying central office components and template deployments of branch office servers. The instructors will demonstrate how it is replicated to corporate. The branch office installation will be blown away, and attendees will see how it can be fully restored.
Jared Jensen
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Pete Raumann
Systems Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT305 — Understanding the Architecture and New Features of iPrint
This session will provide an overview of the architecture and components of iPrint. Discussion will target both the administrative and the end-user experience. Delivered features since BrainShare 2002 will be highlighted as well as new features slated for the future. Detailed explanations and demonstrations of new features will be given. This discussion will follow an open forum format where input and questions are encouraged and welcome.
Bob Ross
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ted Tronson
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT306 — iFolder Advanced Technical Concepts and Troubleshooting
Learn what is the behind the scenes of Novell iFolder. This session will provide a technical discussion of the internals of Novell iFolder and how to troubleshoot your iFolder servers.
Jason Williams
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Calvin Gaisford
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Michele Casey
Worldwide Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT308 — Troubleshooting NetWare Abends and High Utilization Problems with Coredumps
This class is an advanced class for troubleshooting NetWare Operating System issues through coredump reading. Abends and high utilization problems are issues that system administrators deal with from time to time. A knowledge of how to troubleshoot these issues through coredump reading is the basis of this class. Basic kernel and scheduler knowledge will be reviewed and attendees will learn how to diagnose and fix basic NetWare issues through coredump analysis. Abend reasons, methods, and terminology will be reviewed along with an introduction to the server's live debugger and the coredump reading virtual debuggers. High utilization will be reviewed and methods including analyzing problematic servers through coredumps will be presented. Attendees will leave this session with a knowledge of why coredumps are sometimes necessary and how this additional troubleshooting tool can be used to help diagnose and fix their specific issue.
Mike Hasleton
World Wide Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Rick Hasleton
Worldwide Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ed Carter
FST Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT309 — Configuring, Optimizing and Managing the Tomcat Servlet Container on NetWare 6
Tomcat is used extensively in NetWare 6 and Nakoma to provide web-based management utilities on the server. This session will cover the layout of the basic configuration files, the best approaches to modifying these files for specific needs in the organization. This includes creating an additional instance of Tomcat for development and deployment and insulating it from the management environment. This session will detail the differences between a default installation and custom configuration options. The session will also demonstrate basic SSL configuration and simple debugging procedures.
Jeff  Tulley
J2EE Programmer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT310 — High Availability Concepts of Novell Cluster Services
This session covers the best practices for designing and tuning clusters using Novell Cluster Services. This session is a must for all SAN administrators. This session will be taught by Novell's clustering architect.
Robert Wipfel
Distinguished Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT311 — Getting the Most of your File System: NSS Tuning and Performance
This session covers advanced tuning parameters and configurations to enable you to tune the NSS file system for various types of applications. Information about the scriptable XML NSS management parameters will be discussed.
Paul Taysom
SW Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Matthew Culver
PSE
Novell, Inc.
Randy Stokes
SW Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT312 — Scalable Data Protection: Snapshot and Software RAID
This session will provide an advanced explanation of the new block level snapshot features in NetWare Nakoma. Also covered will be the new software RAID, including RAID 0, 1, and 5 that will ship in NetWare Nakoma. This session will be presented by the lead development engineer.
Allen Jack
SW Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Advanced
TUT313 — A Low Cost Evaluation of a High Availability Solution: How to Test Clustering on a Budget
Would you like to evaluate a clustering solution without having to invest immediately in a SAN? You can do so by using the iSCSI components of Nakoma. See how Novell Training Services uses iSCSI to create clusters of laptops for classroom teaching. Attend this session to learn how to build an iSCSI cluster lab yourself to test application failover before you invest in a SAN.
Mark Gonnelly
Advanced Technical Training Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Jeff McMurdie
CNI Technical Trainer
Novell, Inc.
Shawn Hoopes
ATT Instructor
Novell, Inc.
Mitchell Smith
CNI Technical Trainer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT318 — Installing and Configuring DirXML Driver 1.0 for Schools Interoperability
Installation and configuration of DirXML 1.1a and the DirXML Driver 1.0 for SIF can be an difficult task for a school or district network administrator. This session will demonstrate how the DirXML Driver 1.0 for SIF should be installed and configured. The DirXML Driver 1.0 for SIF provisions K-12 students, faculty and staff into eDirectory from SIF-enabled student information system (SIS) applications. The SIF driver consumes student, faculty and staff information and creates User accounts in Novell eDirectory providing them with a network log-on, a home directory with file space, desktop management and application access. Knowledge of the SIF Specification 1.1 is required.
David Holbrook
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Brent McCormick
Strategic Integration Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT319 — A Technical Analysis of the Directories Available Today
Decisions of technology purchases should boil down to the question: Which technology is based on good science? In many instances, engineers and administrators feel that eDirectory is the best solution but verbalizing this gut-feeling is sometimes difficult. This session compares the basic underlying technologies that make directories work, examining references of a particular idea or need, and explaining how each company solved the problem. From this session you can draw your own conclusions about which directories are based on solid science.
Gary Porter
Network Consultant
MindWorks, Inc. of Kentucky
Jim Henderson
ATT Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT321 — Novell ZENworks: Advanced Application Management
Application Management is the most mature feature of ZENworks for Desktops and has always been the most utilized component. With the release of the 4th generation of this award winning product, Novell found ways to improve the feature set by removing the requirement for Client32, allowing users to launch applications from a browser, and improving support for remote users, to name a few. During this session, Novell Field Systems Engineers will delve into these new features and provide numerous demonstrations.
Jerry Chadwick
Software Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
Daniel Rusek
Systems Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
Roman Gonzales
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT322 — Novell ZENworks Advanced Inventory: Custom Scanning and Custom Reporting
ZENworks provides a detailed and centralized repository of asset information for your desktops, servers and handheld devices. This session will explore the advanced capabilities of ZENworks in providing customized inventory scanning, database and inventory server placement and software scanning. Being able to access such rich data is also discussed with examples on exporting data to third party applications and providing customized inventory reports to meet the needs of your business.
Mike Ellerbe
Technical Solutions Architect
Novell, Inc.
Suren M
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT323 — Novell ZENworks Advanced Imaging
Workstation management is a large part of the total cost of ownership when purchasing and maintaining workstations. This session will demonstrate how the combination of ZENworks Imaging and Preboot Services can significantly reduce the time required to configure a new workstation with an operating system and applications. This session will also demonstrate how ZENworks Imaging and Preboot Services are used to back up and restore workstations without any user interaction at the workstation. Other advanced imaging topics will also be presented. These topics include multicasting, scripted imaging, and modifying the Linux Imaging environment.
Tim Harris
Senior Technology Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
Michelle Escalante
Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Drake Backman
Software Engineer Supervisor
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT325 — Integrating Novell ZENworks with Citrix MetaFrame
What is the best way to integrate Citrix solutions into your environment? This session will detail different solutions that can be created when you combine the power of Citrix's thin client products with the management power of the ZENworks family. The combination of the two product families allow you create systems where end users have access to there applications and data at any place or any time.
Erin Quill
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
TUT326 — Novell ZENworks: Deploying and Implementing Server Management
Take the fear out of deploying ZENworks for Servers. This session will introduce you to the advanced best practices of properly designing and deploying the Policy and Distribution components of the ZENworks for Servers product suite. Advanced topics discussed will include designing your Tiered Electronic Distribution (TED) model, deploying the TED components, and a detailed relational overview of the TED objects. This session will also present a solutions overview on how you can further leverage and integrate TED with NovellĂs premier Enterprise Desktop Management Solution; ZENworks for Desktops. Product functionality will be demonstrated in this session.
Ron Tanner
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Mark Schouls
Novell Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Kevin McGill
Systems Kit Developer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Advanced
TUT327 — Understanding the Middle Tier ServerĂs Function in a Clientless Management Solution
Do you know which components make up the middle tier server in ZENworks for Desktops 4 and how do they relate to clientless workstation management? Come to this session and find out! You will learn the processes involved and be better able to support the middle tier server and the clients depending on it. A sniffer trace will be analyzed so you can see how the whole process works in depth. DonĂt get left behind in the clientless revolution.
Jason Blackett
Chief Tech Eng ATT/CNI
Novell, Inc.
Richard Hanley
Advanced Technical Training Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Tim Porter
Technical Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT331 — GroupWise Document Management Disaster Recovery
This session will discuss proactive measures to keep your Document Management system in good health. More importantly, this session will provide you with concrete procedures for recovering from many document disasters. The topics discussed in this session will include recovering that "accidentally" deleted document, recovering that "accidentally" deleted library, as well as the tricks and tips every DMS administrator should know. The speakers will share information on 3rd party utilities that can take a lot of the mystery out of GroupWise Document Management and make your recovery efforts less painful.
Danita Zanre
Senior Consultant
Caledonia Network Consulting
Dave Parkes
Network Manager
Norgren
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT332 — End-to-End Message Security with GroupWise and S/MIME
This session will teach the nuts and bolts of S/MIME message encryption. Participants will see how to simplify the deployment of this powerful security and authenticity technology to a user community using GroupWise and eDirectory.
Dean Lythgoe
Development Manager
Novell, Inc.
Scott Villinski
Corporate Technology Strategist
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
TUT333 — Migrating from Lotus Notes to GroupWise
So, you want to upgrade from Lotus Notes to GroupWise 6.x? In this session you'll learn the tools, the tips, the tricks, and how to avoid the potential pitfalls. Presented by Novell Consulting and Novell Technical Services.
Troy Worthington
Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Advanced
TUT334 — GWAVA for GroupWise: Installation and Configuration
Learn how to deploy and configure GWAVA's advanced security software for GroupWise. This highly technical session will cover the installation and configuration of GWAVA's anti-virus, anti-spam, content control and archiving features in both single-server and multi-server environments. A nuts and bolts session that should not be missed!
Charles Taite
CTO
Beginfinite, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Advanced
TUT335 — Elevating Business Productivity with Advanced GroupWise Administration
Are you using GroupWise 6.5 effectively and securely? In this session, you will learn how some of the advanced features of GroupWise 6.5 can increase your business productivity and enhance your email security. This session will show you how to implement LDAP Authentication (including SSL), set the internet proxy access, securely use the internet as a WAN, and effectively use the Backup and Restore functions.
Mike Bills
Advanced Technical Training Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT338 — iChain 2.2 Troubleshooting Tools and Tips
This session will provide a description of the most common iChain 2.2 problems customers encounter. This session will also demonstrate the tools available to help in troubleshooting and resolving these common issues.
Neil Cashell
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT339 — Using iChain with Citrix nFuse & MetaFrame
This session will show participants how to configure iChain to provide a secure, single-sign on interface to a Citrix nFuse Metaframe server farm with multiple applications and servers.
Jason Rivard
Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Tony Merritt
Global Solution Architect
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT340 — Architecting Identity Management Solutions
As more and more people start developing and deploying identity management solutions, it is important that the solutions are architected according to Novell's best practices. This session will explore some of the major milestones when architecting a solution including identity vault design, dataflow design, driver design, and end to end testing. The session will cover the following concepts: identifying authoritative sources for identities and attributes, understanding how drivers affect other drivers indirectly, understanding solution-wide event flow, data integrity, and schema mapping. Participants will leave this session with a good understanding of what it takes to architect an identity management solution. Participants should have some knowledge of DirXML and directories prior to attending this session.
Garth Williamson
Solution Support Lead
Novell, Inc.
Kuppusami Natesan
Principal Architect, Strategic Services Group
Novell, Inc.
Blair Thomas
Solution Support Lead
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT341 — iChain Advanced Single Sign-On Configuration
Learn how to perform advanced iChain single sign-on configurations including XML-based form fills, java applet to single sign on to NetStorage, and other authentication methods. Configuration and trouble shooting procedures will be reviewed including packet flow and traces.
Tony Merritt
Global Solution Architect
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT342 — Understanding Secret Sharing for Integrated Single Sign-on Solutions
This session will introduce you to Novell SecureLogin, Novell iChain, and Novell exteNd Director. This session will demonstrate to participants how to integrate SecureLogin, iChain, and Portal Services with Novell Secret Store, and share credentials across these applications to provide a full-functioned Single Sign-on solution. The session will demonstrate how secrets are shared, and how this enhances security and productivity, providing Single Sign-on from the enterprise to the web.
Stuart Proffitt
Senior Architect
Novell, Inc.
Stephen Payne
Senior Consultant
Protocom Development Systems
Jim Short
Resolution Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Brent Vernon
Regional Pre-Sales Manager - Canada
Protocom Development Systems
Ralph Blood
WorldWide Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT343 — Using the GroupWise DirXML Driver to Automate GroupWise Provisioning and Administration
This session will describe the functionality of the GroupWise DirXML driver in detail. It will explain how it can be used to automate provisioning and administration of GroupWise systems. It will also cover meta-directories and will include a demo installation of a basic system. Speakers will include the GroupWise developer who wrote the GroupWise DirXML driver, and Novell IS&T administrators who implemented and maintain the GroupWise DirXML driver at Novell.
Steve Whitehouse
Novell, Inc.
Mike Cook
Systems Architect
Novell, Inc.
Art Purcell
Novell, Inc.
Mike McDonald
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT344 — Working with Novell Auditing Technologies
The Nsure secure logging and auditing technology delivers capabilities to help organizations comply with industry-specific and international privacy regulations as well as minimize exposure to liability. Participants in this session will learn how to leverage that technology to instrument their applications as logging applications and how to create custom Notification Handlers, reports and real-time Monitoring views. A basic understanding of logging concepts is recommended for this session.
Peter Bartok
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Jason Brothers
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT345 — Novell BorderManager Advanced Configuration
Different business requirements mean that different organizations may have widely divergent security and Internet acceptable use policies. Novell BorderManager has a robust, mature feature set that offers a highly customizable solution. This flexibility allows Novell BorderManager to meet the varying requirements of different customers: large, small, corporate, government, academic and more. This session will explore Novell BorderManager's advanced features and deployment options. Participants will leave this session with a more thorough understanding of how Novell BorderManager can meet a customer's specific, often unique requirements. A working knowledge of Novell BorderManager and IP security principles is required.
Caterina Luppi Gonzalez
Sysop
Novell Support Connection
Craig Johnson
Consultant
Craig Johnson Consulting
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
TUT346 — Novell SecureLogin Advanced Configuration
Organizations looking to realize the benefits of SecureLogin have many deployment options, which increase the complexity of the problem when organizational politics are involved. This session will discuss the different SecureLogin deployment options, issues involved, and the architectural requirements of each. An existing knowledge of Novell SecureLogin is assumed. Attendees will leave this session with a more thorough understanding of how to install and configure Novell SecureLogin in common configurations.
Keith Lewis
Technology Specialist
Novell, Inc.
Gabe  Waters
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT348 — Credential Management and Single Sign-on for Legacy and CCOW Applications
Achieving HIPAA compliance and managing credentials can be daunting challenges for health care providers. This session will provide a business and technical overview of Novell's solution for managing passwords in a health care provider environment. Attendees of this session will see a demo of how Novell SecureLogin and CareFx User Channel provide single sign-on to Web, Windows, Citrix, Terminal Emulator, and CCOW enabled applications to deliver an improved end user experience, enhanced security, and reduced help desk and administrative costs.
Gabe  Waters
Novell, Inc.
Darrell Hansen
Manager
Carefx
Ronald Bowron
Healthcare Technical Strategist
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT349 — Understanding DirXML Advanced Architecture
This session will provide a detailed look at the workings of the DirXML engine and the architectural detail behind this industry leading product from Novell. Session attendees will learn about the architecture of Novell DirXML and how they will be able to take advantage of all the Novell DirXML has to offer.
Nick Nikols
Manager, Software Engineering
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT350 — Deploying and Utilizing Novell Nsure UDDI Server in the Enterprise
This session will discuss Novell Nsure UDDI Server registry capabilities and the value it provides for an enterprise, through integration with Novell eDirectory. This session will cover Nsure UDDI components & utilities (for enterprise users and administrators), and steps for deploying it within an enterprise. The speakers will explain how Nsure UDDI registry entries are represented in eDirectory and how to configure a replicated Nsure UDDI registry. Lastly, scenarios and examples on use of Nsure UDDI within an enterprise will be showcased.
Mitchell Merrifield
Novell, Inc.
Vijay Nanjundaswamy
Senior Technical Consultant
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Advanced
TUT351 — Combining Tree Moves With NetWare 6 Upgrades
Planning a major tree merge, sub-tree move or redesign? Due for a NetWare 6 or eDirectory upgrade? In this session participants will learn Novell Consulting best practices of how to co-schedule these major changes; what mistakes to avoid; how to reduce the downtime, user interruption and labor overhead and how to make these changes as painless as possible. An understanding of eDirectory architecture is required.
Eugene Baron
Sr. Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Arden Peterkin
Director of Information Systems
Sesame Workshop
Punit Vir
Senior Architect
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT352 — Implementing Strong Authentication to any Application Using SecureLogin and NMAS
This session will demonstrate how to enable strong authentication to any application using SecureLogin 3.0 and NMAS 2.0. The participants will learn how to integrate SecureLogin and NMAS and how to increase the security level for any application. The session will also include the advanced security features of SecureLogin including password policies, automatic password changes and password expiration. A demonstration will show how to setup consistent password policies for the whole company and will show how to generate random passwords for any application to increase the security level.
Mitchell Sherfey
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Stephen Payne
Senior Consultant
Protocom Development Systems
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT353 — Migrating from Sun ONE Directory Server to Novell eDirectory 8.7
Many organizations have deployed Sun ONE Directory Server (i.e. Netscape or iPlanet) over the years. Many people would like to migrate from Sun ONE to eDirectory. This session will provide you with the knowledge to accomplish the migration to eDirectory easily and confidently.
Tim Larsen
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT354 — Tips and Tricks for Using eDirectory Tools
This session will show eDirectory administrators how to become power administrators by getting the most out of eDirectory tools. Administrators will be able to reduce the effort and time they spend in doing routine administration while increasing the performance, scalability, and reliability of their eDirectory deployments. Tools covered will include Novell Import Convert Export (ICE), DSRepair, DSMerge, Backup and Restore, DSBrowse, and iMonitor.
Roger Harrison
eDirectory Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
Eddy Pulido
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT355 — Novell iManager Advanced Configuration
This session will focus on usage best practices and how to get the most out of Novell iManager. The speakers will present how to use role based services, how to use the different views available, how to create custom roles and how to create tasks using the task builder.
Guy Lunardi
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Wayne Long
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Matthew Sorensen
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT356 — Novell SecureLogin Scripting for Web, Windows and Terminal Emulators
Organizations today have built their business on applications and systems from a wide variety of vendors. This session will demonstrate how organizations can leverage SecureLogin's scripting interface to customize access to Web, Windows, and Terminal Emulators. An existing knowledge of Novell SecureLogin is assumed. Attendees will leave this session with a deeper understanding of how to write scripts for SecureLogin using current commands and provided tools.
Mitchell Sherfey
Senior Systems Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Brent Vernon
Regional Pre-Sales Manager - Canada
Protocom Development Systems
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT357 — Disaster Recovery Planning for Novell eDirectory 8.7 Using Hot Continuous Backup
Participants will learn how to use the latest eDirectory backup and restore functionality to secure their data and ensure availability of eDirectory services, even in massively scaled deployments with millions of objects. All administrative options of this new backup and restore architecture will be discussed. Topics will include how to make hot backups of eDirectory while it is online, how to configure backup logs, how to verify that backups are occurring properly, and how to restore data in the event of a system failure.
Brian Hawkins
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT358 — Novell eDirectory in Depth
This session will provide a demystifying look at the inner workings of eDirectory agents, emphasizing the latest developments and enhancements in eDirectory. It will also show how the day-to-day administrative view of the directory is provided and maintained behind the scenes. All of the most important eDirectory agent background processes such as Limber, Janitor, Purger, Reference Checker, and Replication will be explained. All forms of eDirectory replication (schema, external references, obituaries, server configuration, and lastly, objects) will be discussed. Other topics will include low-level access methods, security, and database details. iMonitor will be used to help reveal how these areas work.
Tom Doman
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Steve McLain
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Glendon Whiteley
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Advanced
TUT359 — Securing Your Web Portal Infrastructure
You know you need a fast, secure solution to infrastructure in your company. Find out how accelerating Novell Portal Services web gadgets with iChain 2.2 can help. This session will teach you how to properly configure web applications for secure delivery to both internal and external destinations. Acceleration, design, and DNS issues will be discussed when configuring Novell Portal Services with iChain 2.2. Finally, a secure solution you can trust.
Mark Forsey
ATT Technical Trainer
Novell, Inc.
Jared Fridal
Advanced Technical Training Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT360 — eDirectory Install, Configuration and Tuning on Linux, Solaris and AIX
Are you planning to deploy a large eDirectory tree? Are you wondering about best practices in implementing eDirectory on Unix or Linux? In this session you will learn tips for planning, installing, configuring and tuning your Solaris, Linux or AIX box for peak performance.
Kamal Narayan
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Rajesh KP
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
TUT367 — Deploying iManager: Best Practices
Introducing Novell iManager as the way to manage Novell Solutions, this session will teach attendees how to build a highly scalable iManager implementation. This session will cover all aspects of iManager deployment, from operating systems to specific tuning on Novell iManager itself. A large part of the session will be dedicated to questions and answers to guarantee that everyone's questions get answered.
Wayne Long
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ryan Atkinson
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ransom Vanorman
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Advanced
TUT371 — CNI Education: Effectively Teaching DirXML
The ATT and 992 courses address different audiences and present different material, but combined they present a total customer experience to developing provisioning solutions. As consultants and instructors we need to know when to recommend each course and how they differ. This session will begin with a basic overview of DirXML to set the stage for understanding why each course fits different needs and has a different audience in a customer account. Attendees will then be presented with a summary of what each course covers and what instructor skills are helpful in each course. I will summarize the session with an explanation of how the ATT and 992 courses compliment each other and why both are required during a customer engagement.
Frank Moore
President
NTP Group
David Wagstaff
ATT Technical Instructor
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Advanced
TUT391 — Secure, Protect and Archive GroupWise with GEE Whiz Anti-Virus, Anti-SPAM, and Archiving Solution
In this advanced session, you will learn why GEE Whiz has fast become the leading NetWare-based GroupWise GWIA Anti-Virus, Anti-SPAM and Archiving Solution. Learn how to increase security by defending against viruses with GEE Anti-Virus; decrease wasted time by blocking unwanted emails with GEE Whiz Anti-SPAM (based on SPAM assassin-type rules); provide Attachment Blocking and Content Filtering; archive emails; increase GroupWise User (and administrator!) satisfaction and productivity, and increase your Novell and GroupWise ROI. Hear about GEE Whiz best practices from a GroupWise administrator in the trenches. Who should attend? GroupWise Managers, Security Managers, Consultants, Novell Resellers and Partners, and Customers thinking about installing or migrating to GroupWise.
Aldo Zanoni
Director of Customer Service
Omni Technology Solutions Inc.
Holly Newman
Network Services Manager
Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates
2 hrs 15 min
Sponsor Solutions
Advanced
TUT392 — Using EMU and HDU to Increase ROI for Large NetWare, GroupWise and NetMail Networks
More users, less time, higher demands, budget constraints. What's a network administrator to do? This session will demonstrate how customers are using Omni Technology Solutions' Enterprise User and Import Management (EMU) and Help Desk Utility (HDU) software to better manage their large Novell networks. The presenter will review the advanced EMU features that allow you to create, manage, import, modify or update tens, hundreds or thousands of accounts at once. Learn how to configure HDU to provide a controlled interface for Help Desk Operators and expand your Tier One Help Desk Operations to a larger number of non-technical people. No more worrying about excessive rights and faulty administrators accidentally creating distress in your life by using NWAdmin and ConsoleOne. Who should attend? Decision makers for large NetWare, GroupWise, and NetMail networks; Network Administrators; Security Managers, and Consultants; Novell Resellers and Partners; Vice Presidents of Network Services.
Aldo Zanoni
Director of Customer Service
Omni Technology Solutions Inc.
Developer Lectures back to top
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
DL141 — DirXML Developer Overview
DirXML is a bi-directional data sharing service that leverages Novell eDirectory to distribute new and updated information across directories, databases and critical applications on the network and across firewalls to partner systems. DirXML helps you achieve uniform data integrity and automated efficiency by helping to eliminate the manual and repetitive tasks of creating and modifying user identities in all the different systems and applications within your enterprise and partner systems. This session will cover DirXML development in great detail.
Richard Matheson
DirXML Driver Manager, NDS SDK
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
DL151 — Beginning LDAP Programming for Novell eDirectory 8.7 in Java
This code walk-through includes an overview of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), as well as an in-depth discussion of related Java sample code from the Novell Developer Kit (NDK). Participants will learn how easy it is to bind to the LDAP server, and search for, add, modify, and delete directory entries.
Susan Perrin
Developer Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Alan Clark
Software Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
DL152 — Beginning LDAP Programming for Novell eDirectory 8.7 in C
This code walk-through includes an overview of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), as well as an in-depth discussion of related C sample code from the Novell Developer Kit (NDK). Participants will learn to bind to the LDAP server, and search for, add, modify, and delete directory entries, and more.
Joseph  Cook
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Introductory
DL153 — Developing Identity Management Solutions Using Novell eDirectory
This session will help you as a developer to understand the many technical benefits of using eDirectory as a foundation for your identity management solutions. You will learn from a development perspective about directory concepts. An introduction of web based development options with eDirectory will be presented.
Ed Shropshire
eDirectory Developer Program Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
DL161 — J2EE Overview
This session will take you on a guided tour throughout the distributed object computing landscape. The participants will discover the key components of the distributed object computing environment and the communication between these distributed objects. This session will also specifically cover CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture), RMI (Remote Method Invocation), GIOP (General Inter-Orb protocol), IIOP (Internet Inter-Orb Protocol), RMI/IIOP (RMI over IIOP) and JNDI (Java Naming Directory Interface).
Howard Melman
Director of Engineering
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
DL163 — Best Practices for exteNd Development
This session will focus on design and coding best practices for the exteNd platform. Specifically, this session will focus on design patterns for web services architecture, web application development using Struts, and Director component techniques.
Burr Sutter
Cheif Technologist
BravePoint
2 hrs 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
DL164 — Novell exteNd Director Overview
Novell exteNd Director is an interaction and portal server. Come and learn how to use Director to rapidly build and deliver personalized web applications. Novell Portal Services (NPS) users can learn how NPS is now featured as part of the exteNd family as Novell exteNd Director Standard Edition. Learn the differences between the editions, Standard and Enterprise. A discussion of common deployment scenarios and integration/migration of NPS and Director will also be discussed.
Tim Crabb
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
Subramaniam Sthanu
Director of Product Management
Novell, Inc.
Ashish Larivee
Director, exteNd Technology Group
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
DL166 — Understanding Novell exteNd Application Server on the Novell NetWare Platform
This session will discuss the Novell exteNd Application Server 5.0 running on the Novell NetWare platform. Attendees will discover the key components of the Novell exteNd Application Server. This session will explain the Novell exteNd Application Server 5.0 architecture, development, deployment, tools and configuration.
Frank De Bolle
Technical Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Robert Whitehead
Novell J2EE Architect
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
DL167 — An Introduction to the Java Message Service and exteNd jBroker MQ
The Java Message Service (JMS) is an API specification from Sun Microsystems. It defines how Java applications access an enterprise messaging system. In JMS, producer applications send different kinds of messages to consumer applications via a destination (queue or topic). This presentation will motivate the use of messaging in distributed Java applications and provide an introduction to JMS. This session will also discuss the role of JMS in Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) applications. Finally, the speakers will describe key areas of functionality not standardized by the JMS specification. In that context, jBroker MQ will be introduced. jBroker MQ is a high-performance, enterprise class implementation of the JMS standard.
Bjarne Rasmussen
Technology Manager
Novell, Inc.
Vijay Rajan
Senior Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
DL168 — Securing Your Web Services
Services Oriented Architecture and Web Services make it possible to integrate and expose the functionality and information from many limited, single-purpose applications. But, exposing critical information shouldn't compromise the security of your systems! This session will give you an understanding of the security needs for your Web Services including Application Security, Credentials, Identity management and more. The session will cover how to use the two world class solutions - exteNd and SIM - together to enable secure Web Services.
Edwards Reed
Security Tzar
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
DL201 — Developing Open Source to NetWare
Porting Open Source applications to NetWare is a good way to make use of NetWare's strengths as a fast protocol engine and performant execution environment. New strides in NKS/LibC development make the step an easier one by targeting the specific requirements of Open Source porting in addition to the goals of creating a host for performant server applications. This session will provide broad information about support for industry-recognized standard library functionality and discuss the road map through porting. Examples including APR, POSIX, Open Source, Berkeley and other groupings will be given including detailed discussion on traditionally difficult points in porting. While generally geared toward developers, this session will be useful also to engineering managers. Understanding of standards like ANSI, POSIX, ISO, and Single UNIX Specification, will make the concepts easier to assimilate.
Russell Bateman
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
DL203 — Creating Simple Java Utilities that Leverage Tomcat and MySQL for NetWare 6.x
With the rapid implementation of intranets, internets, and extranets there are a broad range of needs that require simple and quick solutions for leveraging dynamic content in a web environment. This session will demonstrate a number of simple Java based utilities that can be built using MySQL, Tomcat and the type-4 JDBC driver that ship as part of the web-based development environment included with Nakoma.
James Abbott
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
DL204 — Understanding NLM Application Development
Learning a new development platform can be a significant time setback. This session will reduce that learning time and enable participants to immediately start developing NLMs (NetWare Loadable Modules) using LibC APIs. Topics covered will include threads, scheduling, NLM termination, library context, multiprocessing, and synchronization. Code examples will reinforce key concepts. C programming experience required.
Brent Reed
Developer Services Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Ben Fjeldsted
Developer Services Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
DL245 — Developing DirXML Drivers Using XDS Libraries
This developer session will teach attendees how to use the XDS libraries to facilitate rapid and reliable DirXML driver development. The session will provide an overview of the XDS API, discussion of the advantages of using the API, and sample code using the API. Attendees at this session would benefit from first attending DHO244: DirXML Hands-On Developer Lab.
Jason Elsberry
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Kevin Boogert
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
DL247 — Customizing iChain User Services and OLAC
Learn how to customize iChain User Services for your environment using servlets: user self-registration, user account modification, change password, password manager and redirect. Also, learn about the iChain Object-Level Access Control (OLAC) system, it's architecture and API set. Configure the OLAC plug-ins to achieve Web Single-Sign-On and Personalization.
Shane Johns
Worldwide Support Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
DL251 — Developing Schema Extensions for Novell eDirectory
This session will discuss extending the schema both manually and programmatically and the implications of doing so. Novell's best practices for schema address extensions will be covered and demonstrations and examples of schema extensions will be explained and explored.
Ed Shropshire
eDirectory Developer Program Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
DL252 — Using DSML V2 to Develop to eDirectory
The emergence of DSML V2 has extended the reach of XML, providing simplified access to identities and information held within Novell eDirectory. This developer lecture will review the installation and setup of a DSML service to eDirectory utilizing Novell DSML V2 eDirectory using coding examples from a variety of industry sources.
Cameron Morris
Novell, Inc.
Alan Clark
Software Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
DL260 — Using exteNd to Integrate Legacy Applications
The J2EE platform provides a distributed application model and an ability to reuse components. J2EE also provides a framework that integrates XML-based data interchange and leverages a unified security model. These tools accelerate the integration of legacy pieces into a portalized front-end. This session will show developers a real-world example of integration opportunities that result in savings to almost any enterprise.
Brendan McLaughlin
Vice President
Novell, Inc.
Kuppusami Natesan
Principal Architect, Strategic Services Group
Novell, Inc.
Ashish Larivee
Director, exteNd Technology Group
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Ngage
Intermediate
DL262 — Developing a Real Time Dashboard using Novell Technologies
Corporations are demanding more up to date information from their dashboards to make more informed decisions. In this session the participants will learn how to build real-time enterprise (RTE) dashboards using Novell exteNd, Nsure and Nterprise technologies. The session will focus on how companies can use Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Services Oriented Development Environments (SODA) to develop the next generation real-time analytics dashboard solutions. This session will demonstrate real time secure access to enterprise data via exteNd Director and Nsure using a combination of exteNd Composer and eDirectory technologies. The demonstration will show how the IT organizations can use RTE to deliver update information on their computing grid.
Lars Nordwall
Worldwide Practice Director
Novell, Inc.
Ulrich Romahn
Senior Technical Manager
Novell, Inc.
Navneet Mathur
Principal Architect
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
DL264 — Creating Dynamic Web Content with Servlets, JSPs and PHP
This session will describe how servlets, JSPs, and PHP can be used to develop dynamic web content. It will also discuss deployment of these applications to an application server.
Bill Bodine
Sr. Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
DL266 — Exposing Web Services with Novell exteNd
There's a number of different technologies in the Novell exteNd suite: integration, interaction, and development. This session is designed to give you an overview of some of these tools, and then how to build and expose Web Services. You will see demonstrations of Novell exteNd Composer as an environment for building Web Services, consuming a SecretStore Web Service, and then using Novell exteNd Director to provide the interaction. You'll also see how to build components for Director so that you can expose other Web Services, or any other data source. It's expected that attendees will be familiar with XML and XSL, and have a hint of development background - since this session will touch on development concepts. You will be able to walk away with a clear understanding of Web Services, and how the Novell exteNd suite can easily help you expose and consume web services, and integrate backend systems.
Scott Villinski
Corporate Technology Strategist
Novell, Inc.
Chris Mills
Senior Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Kevin James
Prototype Systems Developer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
DL267 — Visual Page Design Using XForms in exteNd
Novell exteNd provides a new way of visually building standards-based applications. Using exteNd GUI tools you will be able to create databound pages and assemble them into page-flows. The resulting applications are J2EE compliant, use Web services and can be deployed to the exteNd Application Server and other leading application servers. Learn about the basics of XForms, XPath and CSS; see exteNd tools in action. Learn for yourself how easy it is to create applications that enable your company to access its databases and other datastores via the Web.
Misha Davidson
Novell, Inc.
Michael Stapp
Principal Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
DL268 — Using exteNd Composer and ECMAScript for Rapid Application Development
Scripting languages, once the mainstay of CGI-based server programming, are actually a powerful "secret weapon" in the J2EE developer's arsenal. Find out how Composer's robust, standards-compliant ECMAScript (JavaScript) binding, built on Mozilla's Rhino engine, makes full use of DOM extensions, direct Java access, I/O extensions, and exteNd-specific convenience methods to enable super-rapid, ultra-flexible development of integration applications and Web Services with exteNd Composer. Learn where and how you can use ECMAScript to access Java objects directly. See real examples of how to query the runtime environment, manipulate DOM objects, perform regex-based string parsing, specify late binding of parameter values to connection objects, and much more. Learn "best practices" for avoiding performance bottlenecks. Get an expert's view of how to script defensively and debug "problem code." If you've ever wondered whether embedded JavaScript is a robust alternative to pure Java development, it is! Come to this session and see why.
Kas Thomas
Documentation Manager, exteNd Composer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
DL302 — Developing to the Java Virtual Machine and Graphical Environment for NetWare
This session will discuss the latest JVM Technology that ships with the Nakoma release of NetWare. The new features of JVM 1.4.1 will be presented along with a number of ideas regarding how these new capabilities can be leveraged by developers. The discussion will include Native Method NLM development techniques, platform dependent Java and JNI API behavior, and an overview of available tools for developing and monitoring Java applications. The session will also highlight new features in the Nakoma GUI. The remote GUI via Portal, xidev mouse commands and the FLTK SDK will also be discussed.
Charles Arnold
Novell, Inc.
Pat Campbell
Novell, Inc.
Charles Felice
Engineering Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
DL303 — Using the NetWare Exception Handler
The NetWare Exception Handler can catch Intel hardware exceptions (page fault, divide by zero, etc.), redirect program flow, and prevent ABENDs. This C and C++ code review session will explain how to use the NetWare Exception Handler and what it can and cannot do. Other topics include how to integrate with C++ exception handling, how it works, and future direction.
Nels Beckstrand
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Randy Funk
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
DL305 — Administration and Usage of PostgreSQL on NetWare
This session will be an overview of administering PostgreSQL with different Tools. Participants will learn to install, configure, backup, and restore PostgreSQL databases. An introduction to build a webpage with PHP and PostgreSQL will be given. This session is for developers and administrators with a basic knowledge of NetWare and databases.
Ulrich Neumann
Technical Director
GNE GmbH
James Abbott
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
DL338 — Adding a Calendar Subscription Service to NetMail
This session will provide an in-depth discussion detailing the addition of a custom subscription service to the Novell NetMail calendar at the University of Kentucky. This service allows for users of the university's NetMail system to add static university schedules as well as their dynamic course schedules to their personal NetMail Calendars. This project was completed using a variety of tools including eDirectory, NetWare, NetMail NMAP API's, Linux, Perl, LDAP, HTML and MySQL. Everything was tied together into a cohesive, easy to use package to benefit the user community at the University of Kentucky.
Tracy Cerise
Senior Systems Programmer
University of Kentucky
Matt DeFoor
Directory Engineer
University of Kentucky
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
DL342 — DirXML Commands, Events, and Transformations
DirXML uses XSLT to do event transformations and data transformations. To convert events, the XSLT Processor uses event transformation stylesheets, which describe what the new event should be for any given event. This session will cover in-depth the XML rules and XSLT style sheets used to control DirXML.
Shon Vella
Software Engineer, Consultant
Novell, Inc.
Perin Blanchard
Software Engineer, Consultant
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
DL351 — J2EE Integration with Novell eDirectory
Are you a developer that is leveraging J2EE technologies to build solutions? Why should you integrate your J2EE applications with Novell's eDirectory? What added value will eDirectory bring to you and is it worth your effort? This session will explain and explore the benefits of integrating J2EE applications with eDirectory and will show you how to best take advantage of eDirectory in your J2EE projects.
Paul MacKay
Developer Solultions Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
DL352 — Using PHP and Perl to access eDirectory via LDAP
Many system administrators today are required to create reporting utilities. For the creation of these utilities, the tools of choice are PHP and Perl. This session gives an introduction to the choice of scripting options available to access eDirectory via LDAP. Developers will learn to access eDirectory via both Perl and PHP to retrieve information from eDirectory.
Srivathsa M
Manager Software Engineering
Novell, Inc.
Paul Jones
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
DL361 — Creating Applications with WebGeN Components
Novell provides Java Beans and ActiveX controls to help developers of all skill levels in building rapidly advanced Web applications. These components expose Novell services, reducing the complexity in developing and enhancing web solutions. This session will provide an overview of ActiveX Controls for Novell Services and Beans for Novell Services. Developers will also get first hand experience in building applications leveraging Novell initiatives including UDDI, WebDav, and SecretStore.
Anirban Bhattacharjee
Sr. Software Enigeer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Advanced
DL362 — Simplifying the Web Tier: Web Services, XForms and JavaServer Faces
The web tier, or presentation layer, is often a weak point for many web applications. Despite the existence of numerous best practices for the web tier, too many web applications end up with presentation code that is inflexible, hard to maintain, and too complex. This session will examine a number of solutions to these common web tier problems. The speakers will discuss different architectures and page technologies, including Apache Struts, Novell exteNd Director, XForms, and JavaServer Faces. The speakers will pay particular attention to issues that arise when writing a web application that makes use of web services and XML.
Michael Stapp
Principal Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Advanced
DL363 — Emerging Portal Standards: JSR 168, WSRP and More
WSRP and JSR 168 are two emerging standards that will revolutionize portal development. JSR 168 provides a common API for developers to write to while WSRP provides the protocol over which portal to portlet communication will occur. This session will delve into the feature sets of each of these standards and what problems each solves. By attending this session you will have an understanding of where these technologies fit into your organization and what you need to do to gear up for the future of portal development.
Chris Braun
Principal Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Jeff Broberg
VP, R&D exteNd Director
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
exteNd
Advanced
DL365 — Implementing Advanced Web Services Using jBroker Web
The Java API for XML-Based RPC (JAX-RPC) is the preferred API for accessing and implementing Web Services in the upcoming J2EE 1.4 platform. jBroker Web is in turn a feature rich implementation of JAX-RPC, which support standards such as SOAP, XML Schema and WSDL. This presentation will provide a brief introduction to Web Services technology in the J2EE platform and discuss how JAX-RPC fits in. The speakers will then cover advanced concept such as the JAX-RPC message handler architecture, Web Service security, dealing with sessions and cookies, and server-side implementation of Web Services. These concepts will be illustrated with a jBroker Web based document management system Web Service.
Bjarne Rasmussen
Technology Manager
Novell, Inc.
Zulfi Umrani
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Developer Hands-On back to top
2 hrs
Nterprise
Introductory
DHO131 — Programming with GroupWise C3POs
This popular GroupWise session is designed for participants who have little or no experience writing a GroupWise C3PO. Using a hands-on format, sample code will be discussed and demonstrated to show the basic C3PO procedures needed to extend the GroupWise client. Attendees will learn to customize the GroupWise menus and toolbar, handle standard GroupWise commands, and trap GroupWise events. In addition, explanations will be given of the overall structure and design of a C3PO, how to use the GroupWise C3PO Wizard, and how to get a C3PO up and running.
Glade Monson
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
DHO132 — Programming with the GroupWise Admin API
Learn to use the GroupWise Admin API to programmatically simplify and automate the administration of the GroupWise system. This will be a hands-on session for developers.
Glade Monson
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Introductory
DHO133 — Programming with the Novell GroupWise Object API
This hands-on session is designed for participants who wish to see, use, and manipulate the GroupWise information store but have little or no experience using the GroupWise Object API. Participants will be introduced to the properties and methods of the following objects: application, account, folder, message, address book, and address book entry. Participants will develop projects to send mail, appointments, tasks, notes, and more.
Glade Monson
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs
Nterprise
Introductory
DHO134 — Advansys Formativ for GroupWise Administrators
More detailed technical solutions and training on how to install and administer Formativ via eDirectory or in stand-alone mode. Aimed at GroupWise and Network administrators.
Greg Bell
Manager
Advansys Corporation
Grant Johnson
Chief Software Engineer
Advansys Pty Limited
3 hrs 45 min
Nsure
Intermediate
Hands-On Session
DHO151 — Integrating Web Applications with eDirectory Using the Novell LDAP Command JavaBeans
Novell LDAP Command Beans provide easy-to-use components to integrate web applications with Novell eDirectory. LDAP Command Beans are written entirely in Java without any native code dependencies. We will build web applications such as Java servlets and JSPĂs that authenticate into eDirectory, create objects in eDirectory, set attribute values such as group memberships, make eDirectory trustee assignments, change usersĂ passwords, and search eDirectory by attribute values.
Jeff Fischer
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Morgan Adair
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 45 min
Nsure
Intermediate
DHO152 — Utilizing LDAP Extensions and Controls for JNDI
This session will help you understand what JNDI is, what it does for the Java Programming Language, and how to use it to make your programming life easier. This session will be a mixture of presentation and lab exercises, where the student will be able to spend as much time, as desired, working on the labs.
Jeff Fischer
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Kevin Burnett
KBURNETT@novell.com
Novell, Inc.
3 hrs 45 min
exteNd
Introductory
Hands-On Session
DHO160 — Introduction to Web Services
This session provides developers with an overview of Web Services and related technologies. Topics include SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery and Integration), and WSDL (Web Services Description Language). Participants will have the opportunity to consume and build Web Services, using Novell exteNd Composer, Workbench, and Application Server. Participants will have the opportunity to see for themselves the productivity available with the visual development environment provided the exteNd products. An understanding of distributed application development is a definite plus but not a required.
John DaSilva
Senior Instructor & Consultant
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 45 min
exteNd
Introductory
Hands-On Session
DHO161 — Novell exteNd Suite Product Tour
For those new to the Novell exteNd product suite, this session offers a brief overview of the Application Server, Workbench, Composer and Director products. Participants will be given the opportunity to build and deploy a J2EE application using the exteNd suite and learn how each area of the application pertains to different areas of the exteNd products.
Glenn Coward
Director, Regional Solutions
Novell, Inc.
3 hrs 45 min
exteNd
Introductory
Hands-On Session
DHO162 — Introduction to Novell exteNd Composer
Although the inherent interoperability and other benefits of a Web Services architecture are widely acknowledged, the payoff from such an architecture can only be realized if services can be rapidly developed and tested; are robust and reusable; can leverage existing (legacy) enterprise systems unobtrusively; and can be deployed into a high-performing, standards-compliant runtime environment compatible with enterprise requirements for stability, scalability, and security. Nailing all the points in this requirements matrix is a tall order. But it can be done! Come to this session to learn how exteNd Composer (Novell's XML integration broker and Web Services development toolset) actually delivers on the promises of Web Services by taking standards-based rapid application development (RAD) to the next level. Find out how you can XML-enable (and SOAPify) non-XML-speaking systems: terminal data streams (3270, 5250, Telnet, etc.), JMS providers (MQSeries), EDI, SAS functions, X.500 directories, and RDBMSes. And do it all with visual tools, not raw Java code. If you need to leverage Web Services technologies today so you can realize a payback now. You owe it to yourself, and your IT staff, to attend this dynamic session.
Robert Saymon
Senior Technical Account Manager
Novell, Inc.
4 hrs 15 min
exteNd
Introductory
Hands-On Session
DHO163 — Understanding Novell exteNd Composer BPM
Novell exteNd Composer is an award winning Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) based XML integration broker. In addition exteNd Composer features a Web services based process manager that supports the modeling, execution and management of complex business processes. This session will guide you thru the creation and deployment of a real-world business process, exposing you to the important concepts of activities, links, and message mappings.
Michael Pellegrini
Manager, Integration Product Specialists
Novell, Inc.
3 hrs 45 min
exteNd
Introductory
Hands-On Session
DHO164 — Novell exteNd Director Overview for Developers
Using Novell's exteNd Director framework, developers have the ability to build robust scalable J2EE applications. This hands-on session will discuss the architecture of the framework, how to build components and how to integrate them into the framework. Samples and practical exercises will be used to allow students to explore and build pieces of a complete application.
Dale Anderson
Lead Consulting Engineer
Novell, Inc.
3 hrs 45 min
exteNd
Introductory
Hands-On Session
DHO165 — Content Management with Novell exteNd Director
This hands-on session will explore Director's Content Management System. The class will provide an overview of the Portal Management Console (PMC), using WebDav with the Content Management System, and writing applications that use the Content Management System using Director's API.
Tamara Dillard
Consulting Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 45 min
exteNd
Introductory
Hands-On Session
DHO166 — J2EE Programming: A Primer
This session introduces Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE), including all the acronyms, specifications and component types that make up J2EE. This session also introduces the process and roles involved in building a J2EE application. The presenters will take a sample J2EE application and walk through the different components, and descriptors, using Novell exteNd Workbench. The speakers will then show how to build, deploy, and run that application using the Novell exteNd Application Server.
Jim Demarest
Senior Instructor & Consultant
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
Hands-On Session
DHO201 — Building Web-Based Applications Using NetWare Nakoma AMP
During this session attendees will gain hands-on experience with Apache 2.0.45, MySQL 4.0.12, PHP 4.2.3 along with the powerful new eDirectory server that ships as part of NetWare Nakoma. The speakers will provide a quick overview of the AMP server and it's architecture. The speakers will build a couple of simple applications that allow a PHP scripts to access a MySQL table using the MySQL security system in tandem with the PHP script. During the last hour of the code break, we will focus on writing scripts that allow some fairly simple information and attributes to be pulled from eDirectory and added to eDirectory using LDAP extensions invoked from a PHP script. We will also show how these scripts can be secured and how to use the new Apache web-based management interfaces to enable the necessary Apache modules to make this all of the infrastructure pieces work together.
Srivathsa M
Manager Software Engineering
Novell, Inc.
Scott Ivie
Evangelist Web Services
Novell, Inc.
Paul Jones
Novell, Inc.
Jack Hodge
Evangelist Web Services
Novell, Inc.
James Abbott
Product Manager
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
DHO231 — GroupWise Server API Development
In this session, attendees will learn how to develop to the new GroupWise server-side APIs and walk out with a working application. This session will provide an architectural overview as well as development and deployment requirements. The speakers will walk through creating a trusted application that accesses messages using IMAP4 and discuss application troubleshooting.
Glade Monson
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Joe Ballif
Developer Champion
Novell, Inc.
3 hrs 45 min
Nterprise
Intermediate
Hands-On Session
DHO232 — Developing with Novell NetMail
This hands-on training will equip attendees with the knowledge and tools necessary to extend NetMail capabilities beyond out-of-the-box functionality and to develop custom Modweb modules, as well as HTML mail, calendar and administrative interfaces. The NetMail developer session will cover all of the basics for developing NMAP queue agents, Modweb public and session templates and WebAdmin administrative interfaces. New to NetMail in 2003 is the ability to customize administrative interfaces based on the Modweb web engine. The Modweb compiler and NMAP APIs are the foundation for this session.
Micah Gorrell
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Gordon Mathis
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
David Smith
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs
Nterprise
Intermediate
Hands-On Session
DHO242 — Developing Secure Applications Using Novell's PKI Solution
Novell Certificate Server Because Certificate Server is fully integrated with eDirectory. Encrypted by Novell International Cryptography Infrastructure (NICI), private keys are only available to the software routines that use them for signing and decrypting purposes. Private keys are stored in eDirectory and backed up using standard eDirectory backup utilities. Because eDirectory can contain more than one billion user objects, Certificate Server is highly scalable: the security demands of your large or small company can be met easily. This session will provide hands-on training for developers using the new Certificate Server APIs.
Roger Smith
Sr. Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Aaron Aldous
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
DHO243 — Single Sign-on and Customization of Web Services Using SAML
This session will teach attendees how to SAML-enable web services. In this session, the speakers will show you how to enable your site to accept and produce SAML assertions, allowing you to securely share user authentication and attribute information with your partners.
Joe Hawkins
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
3 hrs 45 min
Nsure
Intermediate
Hands-On Session
DHO244 — DirXML Hands-On Developer Lab
This session will show how to make use of the DirXML NDK. Developers will learn how to write a driver that integrates a datastore/application with DirXML.
Bill Bodine
Sr. Engineer
Novell, Inc.
1 hr 15 min
Nsure
Intermediate
Hands-On Session
DHO246 — Nsure Resources Hands-On Developer Lab
This session will provide developers with hands-on experience with building solutions based on Nsure Resources. In this session, developers will gain experience with all components of Nsure resources, including the Workforce Tree, the DirXML engine, DirXML drivers, and the DirXML Remote Loader Service.
Lori Rowland
DirXML Deployment Manager
Novell, Inc.
Robert Price
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs
Nsure
Intermediate
DHO250 — iManager Development: Hands-on
Learn how to develop to iManager 2.0 and walk out with a working iManager 2.0 task gadget. This session will provide you with an architectural overview and configuration instructions for your environment. In this session, you will create a working iManager task gadget using role-based administration. Attendees will then learn how to troubleshoot the task gadget.
Wayne Long
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Shawn  Holmstead
Novell, Inc.
4 hrs 15 min
exteNd
Intermediate
DHO260 — J2EE Programming: Servlets and JSPs
This session will explore servlets and Java Server Pages, two types of standard Java server-side objects. This course will briefly discuss the concepts of servlets and JSPs and allow participants to build and deploy these object using Novell exteNd Workbench and Application Server.
Jim Demarest
Senior Instructor & Consultant
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 45 min
exteNd
Intermediate
Hands-On Session
DHO261 — Administering the Novell exteNd Application Server on NetWare
This session gives an overview of Novell exteNd Application Server, with specific insight on the installation and day-to-day management of the application server on the NetWare platform.
Pamela Fredrickson
Principal Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Joseph Conlin
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 45 min
exteNd
Intermediate
DHO263 — Using eXteNd to Develop a Secure Web Service Application
This session will specifically teach attendees how to develop a web service application. Most importantly, this session will discuss many of the security-related issues surrounding developing a web service. This will be a hands-on session where developers will each have the opportunity to work with code.
Bill Bodine
Sr. Engineer
Novell, Inc.
3 hrs 45 min
exteNd
Intermediate
Hands-On Session
DHO266 — Developing with exteNd Director Standard Edition
This hands-on session will cover the new features of exteNd Director Standard Edition 4.1 (formally known as Novell Portal Services). The new features include WAR file installation, JSP Gadget Support, Commander Interface, User Pages, and Stylesheet Wizard for themes. Developers will also get a chance to develop a simple gadget.
Thomas Yeung
Strategic Engineer
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nterprise
Advanced
DHO331 — Developing GroupWise Solutions with Advansys Formativ
This session will provide hands on GroupWise solutions development with Formativ. This session will show developers can save time and money for using the Formativ framework. This session will get deep into GroupWise customization with in-depth hands-on C3PO coding simplified with the Formativ script language, which is 100% VBS compatible.
Grant Johnson
Chief Software Engineer
Advansys Pty Limited
Russ Lundberg
Novell, Inc.
2 hrs 15 min
Nsure
Advanced
DHO341 — Implementing Novell SecretStore to Securely Hold Login Data
In this session, attendees will learn how to enable applications to store single sign-on or other login data securely within eDirectory using Novell's patented SecretStore technology. Come and learn how you can SSO-enable an application or provision user credentials for use with SecureLogin, Portal Services or iChain using SecretStore NDK components in C and Java over NCP or LDAP.
Cameron Mashayekhi
Senior Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.
Steve Kinser
Software Engineer
Novell, Inc.