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Cloud IT as a base for virtual internship

Jerzy Kotowski

Institute of Computer Engineering, Control and Robotics,

Wroclaw University of Technology,

11/17 Janiszewskiego Street, 50-372 Wroclaw, Poland

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Mariusz Ochla

IBM Poland Sp. z o.o., ul. 1-sierpnia 8 bud. A,
02-134 Warszawa

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Abstract

In the summer of 2010, IBM Poland and Wroclaw University of Technology introduced the first University Cloud Computing Centre in Poland, a Centre that is funded by IBM’s Multipurpose Cloud Computing Centre program. Wroclaw University of Technology is the first University worldwide to collaborate with IBM for this initiative.

The Centre aspires to use the Cloud for education, to use the Cloud for a remote educational internship, and to promote research through in Cloud technologies and to offer services to other faculties and business partners.

Introduction

The internship offered provides ten training modules within Cloud, which gives interns flexible dates and hours. The internship lasts one month, and all course modules are conducted in English. Wroclaw University of Technology organizes the courses, and IBM Poland runs the teaching modules based on IBM Tivoli Software.

The Centre has the capacity to offer fifteen hundred students an internship each year. During its first summer, around four hundred students participated. Upon completion, graduates receive an industry recognized certificate awarded by the IBM Toronto Lab attesting to their mastery of database skills. The top graduates of these internships are awarded a scholarship for work at an IBM research lab.

In the following document, there will be presented in detail the concept of Cloud Computing, requirements concerning organization of internship at Polish Universities as a result of Bologna Agreement and such solution introduced successfully in The Wroclaw University of Technology. The idea of internship lies in giving the students the access to virtual machines, activated for every person on the server of the Cloud, according to planned and agreed schedule.

In the next chapters of the following document, there will be described the basics of Cloud Computing, the virtual machines technology and practical application of that instrument, which in the past two years, helped hundreds of students not only from the Faculty of Electronics of the University of Technology to accomplish the requirement of graduating the internship during their studies. As the summary, there will be shown the plans of future cooperation between PWr and IBM.

Fundamentals of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is a category of computing solutions in which a technology and/or service lets users access computing resources on demand, as needed, whether the resources are physical or virtual, dedicated, or shared, and no matter how they are accessed (via a direct connection, LAN, WAN, or the Internet). The cloud is often characterized by self-service interfaces that let customers acquire resources when needed as long as needed. Cloud is also the concept behind an approach to building IT services that takes advantage of the growing power of servers and virtualization technologies.

Cloud computing's importance rests in the cloud's potential to save investment costs in infrastructure, to save time in application development and deployment, and to save resource allocation overhead.

The flexibility of cloud computing is a function of the allocation of resources on demand. This facilitates the use of the system's cumulative resources, negating the need to assign specific hardware to a task. Before cloud computing, websites and server-based applications were executed on a specific system. With the advent of cloud computing, resources are used as an aggregated virtual computer. This amalgamated configuration provides an environment where applications execute independently without regard for any particular configuration [2].

The cloud computing model is comprised of a front end and a back end. These two elements are connected through a network, in most cases the Internet. The front end is the vehicle by which the user interacts with the system; the back end is the cloud itself. The front end is composed of a client computer, or the computer network of an enterprise, and the applications used to access the cloud. The back end provides the applications, computers, servers, and data storage that creates the cloud of services.

Virtual Machine

A virtual machine (VM) is a "completely isolated guest operating system installation within a normal host operating system". Modern virtual machines are implemented with either software emulation or hardware virtualization. In most cases, both are implemented together.

A virtual machine is a software implementation of a machine (i.e. a computer) that executes programs like a physical machine. Virtual machines are separated into two major categories, based on their use and degree of correspondence to any real machine. A system virtual machine provides a complete system platform which supports the execution of a complete operating system. An essential characteristic of a virtual machine is that the software running inside is limited to the resources and abstractions provided by the virtual machine—it cannot break out of its virtual environment.

At the moment, there exists hundreds of application that support cooperation between server and user PC, which are being installed by user. Among them, we can distinguish such as: VMware, VM from IBM, etc.

The history of contacts between Wroclaw University of Technology and IBM Corporation

The company IBM was born in 1889 and it is one of the first IT concerns in the world. It hires about 400 thousand of employees in departments in 170 countries. The corporation conduct projects in almost every field of informatics market, beginning with computers and software, ending with nanotechnology and applying their own innovations in cooperation with many public organizations.

Presently, the most important initiative of IBM is "Smarter Planet" - the idea consisting of many different areas, among others: energy, traffic, food, education, health, public security and more. Its main assumption is an introduction of the newest technologies in order to improve and facilitate work of number of public sections as well as to reduce time of waiting for its results.

The first important agreement between PWr and IBM was signed in 2007. From that moment the cooperation began to develop incredibly.

30 September 2009, in the head office of Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency in Warsaw, there was signed a contract between IBM Poland and Polish government, concerning the location of the new IBM Integrated Delivery Center in Wroclaw.

The new Center is supposed to offer IT services for the clients of IBM that have their seats in Europe.

During the ceremony of signing the contract, the representatives of the Polish government and the directors of IBM emphasized many times the meaning of academic support, especially the University of Technology in Wroclaw, while deciding about the location of IBM Center. It was assumed then, that at PWr, there would be created special team aimed for the cooperation with IBM. The University started the important obligations in the field of postgraduate training for employees and education for future IBM staff.

Multipurpose Cloud Center (mc2)

In May 2010, the Faculty of Electronics and IBM Corporation prepared and interesting offer of internship for students of PWr.

Multipurpose Cloud Center (mc2) is the internship based on the newest IT solutions, which, apart from its educational character in the informatics area, gives the possibility to work from home in the flexible working hours (task work) and what is the most important, they gives the opportunity to prove oneself and demonstrate one's creativity.

To attending the internship, there are invited students especially from the 6th semester of Bachelor degree from any faculties and departments. Making such internship is necessary, according to requirements of the particular act, to graduation of Bachelor studies in all Polish technical Universities.

Internship lasts 4 weeks and they were conducted during three holiday's months: from July to September. It had a form compatible with IBM initiative, called Multipurpose Cloud Center (mc2), similar to ESI (Educational Students Internship). In every period, almost 300 hundred students could have taken part in the event and every ten of them had been looked after by one mentor from IBM. Apart from that, the University of Technology in Wroclaw selected several tutors for every 30 of trainees.

27 July 2010 IBM Poland and the Wroclaw University of Technology announced signing an agreement concerning the first Multipurpose Cloud Computing Center in Poland.

Presently, in the Cloud, there are 10 modules divided by different scientific areas, from which trainees may choose those that are the most interesting for them. The possibilities of this technology will be consecutively increased in the next years.

The environment aimed to help in organization of remote internship currently enables an access to various numbers of practical workshops for students. The students might be divided into groups, every of which may have opened different combination of workshops, adjusted to the particular group's profile or interests of its members.

Students receive all essential information about internship through the special Web Site. With its help, it is possible for them to: reserve application, check the schedule, notes, and attached materials as well as to obtain current information concerning internship and tasks that should be executed. There is also planned to create a chat module, so that instead communicating via e-mail, students could also discuss with their mentors in the real time and keep conversation history in the same place. Such system facilitates internship management from the level of usual web browser.

Creating user account, rating their work, checking the schedule and statistics will be possible from an administration panel. The employees of the University might have the access to the various numbers of workshops using voucher system. For popularizing virtual machines on the server, there will be responsible Cloud Management System.

The newest environment for internship management will enable using composite systems consisting of several virtual machines with the requirement of constant network communication. Such solution will give the students possibility to implement multiple tasks basing on network services. In the consequence, there will be possible to prepare advanced topologies and popularize them via Cloud Technology.

Events

During 1,5 year cooperation between IBM and PWr, there are many noteworthy events. Some of them, which took place just after first edition of internship, are presented below.

 

29.07.2010

Information about IBM in media: „IBM Opens the First Multipurpose Cloud Computing Center in Poland”

02.09.2010

An invitation of Wroclaw University of Technology to IBM Cloud Academy

08.09.2010

An application of Faculty of Electronics to the Rector of PWr concerning creating a team called Cloud Committee

07.12.2010

CIRCULAR LETTER from the Rector of PWr concerning cooperation with IBM Cloud Academy

10.10.2010 – presently

Participation in every-month online conferences of all IBM Cloud Academy members with the help of Lotus Live Technology

10.03.2011

Presentation of PWr on the online conference

05.09.2011 -28.10.2011

Second edition of internship mc2 with the participation of 115 students. Organization of the contest for a team project, with the final 6 groups consisting of 4-5 members. The best team visited IBM Haifa Research Laboratory in Israel in the first week of December 2011 as a result of host's invitation.

01.10.2011

Nomination of mc2 technology by the European Committee to the group of the best projects in the IT field in 2010.

30.10.11 - 06.11.2011

Visit of the representans of PWr in IBM Haifa Research Laboratory.

03.04.2012

Common organization of science conference „World of Innovation”.

 

Summary and future plans

In addition to the Multipurpose Cloud Computing Centre, IBM has invited Wroclaw University of Technology to join its two centers of Cloud excellence. The first is IBM's Academic Skills Cloud in which twenty (Q4 2010) academic units throughout the world collaborate to form a large educational Cloud project. The second is an association of elite higher education institutions working in the Cloud Computing technologies called the IBM Cloud Academy.

Wroclaw University of Technology and IBM Poland plan to continue collaboration in the field of education, PHD programs and research. IBM plans to initiate similar programs with other institutes, faculties and data centers in Poland, as well as to integrate with local business communities in the process.

World of Innovation – this is the title of the conference, concerning the latest achievements in the IT field, which took place 3rd April, 2012, in the Wroclaw University of Technology (PWr) and was organized in cooperation with IBM Global Services Delivery Centre in Wroclaw.

During the conference, Wroclaw University of Technology and IBM Haifa Research Laboratory signed the Declaration of Intent, concerning future cooperation. Israeli Center was represented by his director Oded Cohn, and the University by its Rector, Professor Tadeusz Więckowski. Collaboration will concern creating several laboratory groups for research and development of the latest IT technologies, in the field of Cloud Computing, IT modeling, as well as Optimization problems.

One may say that the future of co-operation between Wroclaw University of Technology and IBM Consortium is wide open. And we may easy assume that Cloud Computing will play an outstanding role as the useful, flexible end effective tool to support this co-operation.

Cloud computing can provide organizations with the means and methods needed to ensure financial stability and high quality service. Of course, there must be global cooperation if the cloud computing process is to attain optimal security and general operational standards. With the advent of cloud computing it is imperative for us all to be ready for the revolution [2]. We will carry about this remark.

References

Pryzmat nr 241. Miesięcznik Politechniki Wrocławskiej, listopad 2010.

Cloud computing: Fundamentals. Concepts, benefits, risks, and considerations for moving to the cloud, http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/training/kp/cl-kp-cloudfundamentals/index.html

Virtual machine, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_machine.

 

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List of PoTs PDF Drukuj Email
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Introductory list of PoTs for mc2 2014

Name

Description

1.

BPM 8.0 v1.1

Business Process Management for Human Workflow Processing. Objectives of this PoT: Demonstrate how your business can become more efficient by leveraging business process management to support human business processes. Understand the importance of clearly defining business goals and identifying how business processes support these goals. Describe the ease with which a business process can be defined. Explain the steps to transform a business process definition into a solution that can make it easier to perform the work of the business process. Visualize what it’s like to work in an environment that leverages business process management to route, display, and manage business tasks. Experience how flexibility can be built into a business process to allow for necessary business adjustments.

2.

IBM Rational Solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management

This workshop is based on the Money that Matters lifecycle scenario which uses a fictitious banking company called JKE and a realistic software development project whose goal is to deliver Release 1 of the JKE Banking application. The scenario centers on a single sprint by the team responsible for delivering an initiative called "Business Recovery Matters". All of the action within the scenario occurs within just one sprint for one team. The team is using IBM Rational Team Concert to plan, track, collaborate, and deliver the release integrated with IBM Rational Requirements Composer to capture requirements and IBM Rational Quality Manager to plan, construct and execute tests. The scenario is a companion to the JKE Money that Matters sample project shipped with those products.

3.

Cognos 10 BI

Cognos 10 Business Insight. Objectives for this PoT: Acquaint participants with the IBM Cognos 10 Business Intelligence solution. Provide hands-on interaction with key solution elements. Help participants identify how Cognos 10 capabilities can be applied to drive better outcomes in their organization.

4.

Cognos Active Reports

IBM Cognos 10 Active Reports is the breakthrough business analytics technology used to extend the reach of business intelligence (BI) and analytics to a broad audience of consumers so they can use interactive reports to uncover new insights and opportunities.

Objectives

The following are the objectives for attendees to gain upon the successful completion of this Proof of Technology workshop.

•A better understanding of Active Reports

•Extended knowledge of Active Reports features and capabilities

•Awareness of the ease of creating an interesting Active Reports

5.

SPSS Data Mining

The IBM SPSS Data Mining Workshop is session using data mining and predictive modelling software. This session gives attendees an opportunity to “kick-the-tires”and experience how fast and easy it is to build predictive models.

6.

DB2 Compression

Discovering the value of DB2 Compression. This Proof of Technology is designed to demonstrate the value of implementing DB2 Compression. It contains lab exercises that implement data row compression and index compression and then measure the improvement in query elapsed execution time and backup duration and size.

7.

LUW PMT 3.2

IBM LUW Performance Management Tools (v3.2). This Proof of Technology is for Database Administrators, Data Management Architects, Database Developers and other decision influencers evaluating IBM technologies. While managers and executives may want to attend for the presentations, it’s the technical folks who will especially want to attend for the labs in order to see these tools in action.

8.

Worklight

IBM Worklight. This exercise introduces you to building Mobile applications using IBM Worklight and HTML5. In this lab, you will build a sample insurance mobile application that provides policy review, claim management, billing and vehicle reviewing functions. You will develop a mobile app using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and the Dojo Mobile framework.

9.

Data Architect

IBM InfoSphere DataArchitect. Understand the challenges of information management and how IBM data management capabilities can help drive the goal of competitiveness. Describe how InfoSphere Data Architect provides capabilities in support of data management to help meet information management challenges.Review InfoSphere Data Architect capabilities via labs exercises to reiterate the major features of InfoSphere Data Architect.

10.

Admin Experienced DBA

DB2®10.1 comes with many powerful features that help ease the day-to-day activities all DBAs must perform in every IT shop. In this Proof of Technology, specific comparisons with SQL Server are made throughout to help customers better understand the feature and function differences between DB2 and the competitive SQL Server product. This session consists of both presentation and hands-on lab exercises.

11.

Discovering value of SOA

Rational Mobile

By the end of the session, you will be able to: Understand key aspects of WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus Registry Edition including an in-depth look at WebSphere Service Registry and Repository and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus. Register services using Business Space. Implement and extend mediations using IBM Integration Designer.

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DB2 9 Database and Aplication Fundamentals PDF Drukuj Email
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środa, 29 stycznia 2014 14:05
Wydział Elektroniki Politechniki Wrocławskiej ma zaszczyt zaprosić wszystkich studentów z Uczelni (a szczególnie osoby, które z wynikiem pozytywnym ukończyły praktyki MC2) na cykl wykładów oraz ćwiczeń przygotowujących do egzaminu DB2 9 Database and Aplication Fundamentals.
Zajęcia rozpoczną się dnia 3.02.2014 i będą trwały łącznie 5 dni. Stuprocentowa obecność na nich upoważnia do podejścia do egzaminu certyfikującego.

Harmonogram szkolenia:


3 luty, godz. 11:00, sala 113 D-20 - rozpoczęcie szkolenia, spotkanie prowadzi Pan Mariusz Ochla z IBM Polska
3-4 lutego - wykłady DB2 w sali 113 D-20 - razem około 10h lekcyjnych, szczegóły będą podane na pierwszym spotkaniu
5-10 lutego zdalne ćwiczenia z wykorzystaniem EduClouda
10 lutego - seminarium (powtórzenie) - 2h
10-11 lutego - egzamin

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Zaproszenie do udziału w Projekcie mc2-500 PDF Drukuj Email
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niedziela, 03 listopada 2013 07:15

Zaproszenie do udziału w Projekcie mc2-500

Wstęp

Opierając się na efektach dotychczasowej współpracy z Politechniką Wrocławską Koncern IBM chciałby zaproponować wybranym studentom udział w Programie Edukacyjnym „mc2-500”. Obecna edycja zostanie przeprowadzona w kilkunastu najlepszych uczelniach w Polsce i będzie miała charakter konkursu. Osoby zainteresowane wzięciem udziału w programie proszone są o wysłanie krótkiego maila zawierającego: imię, nazwisko, nr albumu, nazwą wydziału i kierunku studiów, nr semestru, mgr/inż. na adres Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. .

Inicjatywa „mc2” ma swoją genezę w 2010 roku, kiedy to IBM uruchomił pierwsze Multipurpose Cloud Center. Umożliwiło to budowę programu edukacyjnego dla studentów, w którym połączenie zadań edukacyjnych, projektowych, oraz konieczności wykazania się kreatywnością i umiejętnością przekazania informacji zwrotnej (feedback), rozwijało podstawowe umiejętności, kluczowe dla każdej dużej korporacji.

W ramach projektu „mc2-500” studenci zapoznają się z udostępnionymi w Chmurze materiałami dydaktycznymi IBM. Lista materiałów dostępnych w obecnej edycji programu będzie dostępna na stronie Edukacji Uzupełniającej. Właściwy wybór odpowiednich modułów jest pierwszym zadaniem studentów w Programie. Cały proces przyswajania wiedzy jest monitorowany i oceniany.

Kolejnym krokiem jest zapoznanie się z koncepcją projektów Smarter Planet. Studenci poznają rolę IT w różnorodnych projektach mających na celu podniesienie standardu życia. Na zakończenie tej fazy Programu, uczestnicy przygotowują krótką prezentację ukazującą główne założenia biznesowe i projektowe swojego autorskiego rozwiązania. Prezentacje te są oceniane pod względem kreatywności rozwiązania, innowacyjności podejścia oraz kompletności i klarowności opisu.

Ostatnim etapem Programu Edukacyjnego „mc2-500” jest przekazanie informacji zwrotnej innym uczestnikom programu. Każdy student jest proszony o ocenę pięciu losowo wybranych, anonimowych prac. Styl przekazania informacji zwrotnej oraz jej jakość merytoryczna również podlegają ocenie.

IBM chce zaprosić 20 studentów z Politechniki Wrocławskiej do Programu Edukacyjnego „mc2-500”. Rejestracja w portalu „mc2” rozpocznie 21.10.2013. Pierwsze moduły dydaktyczne powinny wystartować 4.11.2013. IBM planuje zakończenie projektu na 20.12.2013. Oficjalną ceremonię wręczenia dyplomów i wyróżnień Koncern planuje przeprowadzić 15.01.2014. Uczestnicy programu otrzymają na zakończenie odpowiednie suplementy do dyplomu ze strony Wydziału Elektroniki. Szczegóły na stronie www.eu.eka.pwr.wroc.pl.

Inicjatorem pomysłu jest Pan Mariusz Ochla z IBM Polska.

 

Kryteria oceny poszczególnych faz Programu Edukacyjnego mc2-500

1. Faza 1 – Edukacyjna

Uczestnicy po ukończeniu modułu dydaktycznego otrzymują ocenę (od 1 do 5).

Ocenie podlega przede wszystkim sumienność i kompletność pracy. Należy zapoznać się z dokumentacją, dokładnie czytać polecenia oraz wykonać wszystkie zalecane ćwiczenia.

Ocena końcowa jest średnią z ocen końcowych poszczególnych modułów.

2. Faza 2 – Projektowa

Uczestnicy przesyłają krótkie prezentacje. Ocenie podlegają:

- estetyka i staranność wykonania,

- przedstawienie rozwiązywanego problemu,

- przejrzystość przedstawienia własnego pomysłu,

- innowacyjność proponowanego rozwiązania,

- dobór oraz uargumentowanie doboru technologii,

- związek rozwiązania z wybraną dziedziną Smarter Planet,

- ROI,

- czytelność prezentacji,

- ogólne wrażenie,

- poprawność składniowa oraz ortografia.

Przyznawane są punkty. Wagi poszczególnych elementów oraz próg zaliczeniowy ustala IBM po zapoznaniu się z nadesłanymi prezentacjami.

Ocena w skali od 1 do 5 jest wystawiana na podstawie zdobytej liczby punktów.

3. Faza 3 – Feedback

Uczestnicy otrzymują zadanie przekazania informacji zwrotnej dla pięciu losowo wybranych prezentacji.

Ocenie podlega rzetelność oceny i wartość informacji zwrotnej.

Zaliczenie: Tak/Nie

Zaliczenie całego Programu

wymaga otrzymania pozytywnej oceny (minimum 3.0) z faz 1 i 2 oraz zaliczenia fazy 3.

 

Lista wyróżnień i dyplomów

1. Imienne zaproszenia na konferencję ICACON 2014 organizowaną przez IBM US w Atlancie

otrzyma 10 uczestników z największą liczbą punktów

2. Dyplomy i wyróżnienia dla studentów:

Za najlepsze wyniki uzyskane w Programie mc2-500 – 10 dyplomów

Za najbardziej kreatywny pomysł – 3 dyplomy

Za najlepszą prezentację – 3 dyplomy

Za najlepsze wyniki w ramach swojej uczelni – po jednym na uczelnię

3. Wyróżnienia dla uczelni (na ręce opiekunów)

Za najlepszą skuteczność (czyli procent zaliczeń) – 3 dyplomy (I, II, III)

Za najlepsze wyniki (czyli za najlepszą średnią ocen) – 3 dyplomy (I,II,III)

 

Mc2-500 – lista modułów dydaktycznych

Name

Description

1.

BPM 8.0 v1.1

Business Process Management for Human Workflow Processing. Objectives of this PoT: Demonstrate how your business can become more efficient by leveraging business process management to support human business processes. Understand the importance of clearly defining business goals and identifying how business processes support these goals. Describe the ease with which a business process can be defined. Explain the steps to transform a business process definition into a solution that can make it easier to perform the work of the business process. Visualize what it’s like to work in an environment that leverages business process management to route, display, and manage business tasks. Experience how flexibility can be built into a business process to allow for necessary business adjustments.

2.

IBM Rational Solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management

This workshop is based on the Money that Matters lifecycle scenario which uses a fictitious banking company called JKE and a realistic software development project whose goal is to deliver Release 1 of the JKE Banking application. The scenario centers on a single sprint by the team responsible for delivering an initiative called "Business Recovery Matters". All of the action within the scenario occurs within just one sprint for one team. The team is using IBM Rational Team Concert to plan, track, collaborate, and deliver the release integrated with IBM Rational Requirements Composer to capture requirements and IBM Rational Quality Manager to plan, construct and execute tests. The scenario is a companion to the JKE Money that Matters sample project shipped with those products.

3.

Cognos 10 BI

Cognos 10 Business Insight. Objectives for this PoT: Acquaint participants with the IBM Cognos 10 Business Intelligence solution. Provide hands-on interaction with key solution elements. Help participants identify how Cognos 10 capabilities can be applied to drive better outcomes in their organization.

4.

Cognos Active Reports

IBM Cognos 10 Active Reports is the breakthrough business analytics technology used to extend the reach of business intelligence (BI) and analytics

to a broad audience of consumers so they can use interactive reports to uncover new insights and opportunities.

Objectives

The following are the objectives for attendees to gain upon the successful completion of this Proof of Technology workshop.

A better understanding of Active Reports

Extended knowledge of Active Reports features and capabilities

Awareness of the ease of creating an interesting Active Reports

5.

SPSS Data Mining

The IBM SPSS Data Mining Workshop is session using data mining and predictive modelling software. This session gives attendees an opportunity to “kick-the-tires”and experience how fast and easy it is to build predictive models.

6.

DB2 Compression

Discovering the value of DB2 Compression. This Proof of Technology is designed to demonstrate the value of implementing DB2 Compression. It contains lab exercises that implement data row compression and index compression and then measure the improvement in query elapsed execution time and backup duration and size.

7.

LUW PMT 3.2

IBM LUW Performance Management Tools (v3.2). This Proof of Technology is for Database Administrators, Data Management Architects, Database Developers and other decision influencers evaluating IBM technologies. While managers and executives may want to attend for the presentations, it’s the technical folks who will especially want to attend for the labs in order to see these tools in action.

8.

Worklight

IBM Worklight. This exercise introduces you to building Mobile applications using IBM Worklight and HTML5. In this lab, you will build a sample insurance mobile application that provides policy review, claim management, billing and vehicle reviewing functions. You will develop a mobile app using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and the Dojo Mobile framework.

9.

Data Architect

IBM InfoSphere DataArchitect. Understand the challenges of information management and how IBM data management capabilities can help drive the goal of competitiveness. Describe how InfoSphere Data Architect provides capabilities in support of data management to help meet information management challenges.Review InfoSphere Data Architect capabilities via labs exercises to reiterate the major features of InfoSphere Data Architect.

10.

Admin Experienced DBA

DB2®10.1 comes with many powerful features that help ease the day-to-day activities all DBAs must perform in every IT shop. In this Proof of Technology, specific comparisons with SQL Server are made throughout to help customers better understand the feature and function differences between DB2 and the competitive SQL Server product. This session consists of both presentation and hands-on lab exercises.

11.

Discovering value of SOA

Rational Mobile

By the end of the session, you will be able to: Understand key aspects of WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus Registry Edition including an in-depth look at WebSphere Service Registry and Repository and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus. Register services using Business Space. Implement and extend mediations using IBM Integration Designer.

Poprawiony: niedziela, 03 listopada 2013 07:28
 
Praktyki mc2 w Koncernie IBM - aktualności PDF Drukuj Email
Wpisany przez Jerzy   
wtorek, 09 lipca 2013 18:35

Szanowni Państwo,

 

otrzymuję wiele pytań dotyczących tegorocznych praktyk mc2 i odpowiadam na nie tak:

 

1. Zalecam zaglądać wszystkim na stronę Edukacji Uzupełniającej.

2. Mamy miejsce dla 300 osób.

3. Na razie otrzymaliśmy ca 50 zgłoszeń na konto Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć. . Zapraszamy następnych!

4. Nie przewidujemy odmów. Warunek jeden musi być spełniony: student PWr.

5. Na spotkanie 02 września należy przyjść z dowodem ubezpieczenia i długopisem.

6. Jeżeli pojawi się potrzeba kontaktu to maile będziemy wysyłać wyłącznie na konta uczelniane.

7. Rejestracja poprzez mail na konto mc2 jest dla naszej wygody.

8. Można zarejestrować się dopiero na spotkaniu informacyjnym.

9. W sytuacjach ekstremalnych na pewno będziemy uwzględniać kolejność zgłoszeń.

10. Radzę zatem nie czekać ze zgłoszeniem.

11. Szanując wszystkich nie będziemy robić dla nikogo wyjątku.

12. Obecność 02 września i ubezpieczenie obowiązkowe!

 

Jerzy Kotowski

Poprawiony: wtorek, 09 lipca 2013 19:28
 
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czwartek, 29 sierpnia 2013 11:04

Praktyki mc2 w Koncernie IBM Polska

Zapraszamy na spotkanie informacyjne inicjujące tegoroczną edycję praktyk zawodowych w Koncernie IBM Polska. Spotkanie odbędzie się 02 września 2013 w sali 205 C-3. Początek o godz. 15:00. Zgodnie z wcześniejszymi informacjami obecność na tym spotkaniu jest obowiązkowa. Na spotkanie należy przynieść dowód ubezpieczenia się od NNW na czas trwania praktyki.

 
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czwartek, 04 lipca 2013 21:09

Szanowni Państwo,

otwieramy nabór na praktyki mc2 w miesiącu wrześniu 2013. Praktyki rozpoczną się zebraniem informacyjnym w sali 205 C-1 2 września (poniedziałek) o godz. 11:15. Obecność obowiązkowa.

Osoby zainteresowane prosimy o przesyłanie zgłoszeń zawierających:

1. Imię

2. Nazwisko

3. Wydział

4. Rok studiów (od 1 października)

5. Numer albumu

na adres: Adres poczty elektronicznej jest chroniony przed robotami spamującymi. W przeglądarce musi być włączona obsługa JavaScript, żeby go zobaczyć.

 
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