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So the mini-sized, final year, run out the contract version of Lotusphere (aka Connect, aka ConnectED) is next week -- but I won't be speaking there. To see these brand new presentations you'll have to come see me in Germany at the beginning of March.
Developer Camp 2015 (EntwicklerCamp'15)
Interfacing Domino with Amazon Web Services and other external services
If you're serious about Domino as a web platform, you're going to have to get used to interfacing with other services and systems whether they are on premises or in the cloud. In this session we'll see specific examples of how that's done with a heavy focus on the programmatic use of x509 certificates for the encryption and signatures required by those other systems. We'll also look specifically at how the popular and powerful Amazon Web Services platform can be automated from Domino, including the startup, management, and shutdown of EC2 virtual environments. We'll also talk about SAML integration, both built in and rolling your own.
Programming for Performance
Learn specific considerations, patterns, and techniques that can improve the performance of your applications and minimize their impact on the IBM Domino Server. Domino based applications are working with ever larger volumes of data, and serving that data very differently than in the past. Instead of browsing views and opening documents, data is being served by agents responding to XPages code, AJAX requests, and Web Services calls. These elements are responding with large blocks of JSON and SOAP/XML data. The real world techniques we'll talk about will help you answer those requests quickly without causing server performance problems. Techniques covered will include cached elements, hashed indexes, and order-optimized data processing that minimizes the impact on views. These techniques and examples apply equally to LotusScript, Java, and XPage development.
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