Ingram, Rob; Erdmann, Ingo: Using IBM Lotus Domino 7 with DB2: A Real-World Example, DNUG, Karlsruhe 2006.

Lotus Domino is not designed to handle very large data sets. Right? Wrong! This session will show you how Lotus Domino 7, in combination with the DB2 data store and the new Query Views and Access Views features, can enable you to design Lotus Notes applications you might have thought were impossibl...

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LABEL: Lotus Domino 7 | NSFDB2
ORGANIZATIONS: DNUG | GCC - Groupware Competence Center | IBM
PEOPLE: Erdmann, Ingo | Ingram, Robert
PLACES: Karlsruhe
TIME: 2006
 
Speakers

Rob Ingram is the lead Domino product manager in the IBM Lotus Product Management organization, based in Westford, MA. He has broad responsibility for the Domino Messaging and Collaboration product strategy. Rob previously held a variety of positions at IBM including product management responsibility for Lotus' mobile and wireless products and a variety of marketing roles at Lotus Development Corporation in EMEA which he joined in 1987. His tenure at IBM was briefly interrupted by a period at Openwave Systems where he was Director of Product Management for device management software, and at Kubi Software, where he was Director of Product Management for their collaboration and document management software.


Ingo Erdmann ist seit 2001 wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an dem von Herrn Prof. Dr. Ludwig Nastansky geleiteten Groupware Competence Center (GCC) der Universität Paderborn. Neben der Betreuung von Lehrveranstaltungen und Kooperationsprojekten ist er für die Ausbildung zum IBM Certified Professional verantwortlich, die das GCC für die Studierenden der Universität im Rahmen der IBM Academic Initiative anbietet. Seine aktuellen Forschungsschwerpunkte liegen im Bereich von Technologien zur Unterstützung Aktivitäten-zentrierter Kollaboration sowie der Umsetzung kollaborativer Konzepte auf Basis der IBM Workplace Plattform. Er ist IBM Certified Instructor für Notes und Domino 7 Anwendungsentwicklung und Systemadministration.