|Monday, December 1st, 2008
||Author: Libby Ingrassia
|BP206: Health Check
||Time: 08:52:34 PM
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||Location: in the cold house, with all the windows open
I haven't done this in a while... I'm in the process of writing a Lotusphere session! My colleague Tom and I were accepted to speak in the best practices track at Lotusphere 2009. We're working quite madly on our slides for this week's deadline on the following session:
Health Check: How's Your IBM Lotus Domino Environment?
Whether there's concern about poor Lotus Notes performance, you inherit an environment, or you're a new administrator wanting confidence in your choices, this session is for you. A health check that follows an organized method for auditing the servers, including the Lotus Domino Directory, server configuration, and security, can lead to consolidations, upgrades, and improvements to performance, security, and manageability of your environment. Want Lotus Notes to be loved and you cast as the hero(ine)? Take home a checklist to guide your own audits, best practice settings, and configurations to compare with what you find. We'll help you prioritize issues based on urgency and complexity to keep Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino running smoothly and serving the business.
If any of you have questions, thoughts, comments, or suggestions leading into this session, I'd love to hear them. What do you look for during a health check? What do you find is the most overlooked issue? Let us know and we'll include it!
It's possible that there will be a few other fun things that I'll be participating in during the show, but I'm not quite ready to announce those yet. Still I'm excited to be back to the show this year!
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