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Engage 2024

Upcoming

April 22, 2024 | 1:00 pm – April 24, 2024 | 6:00 pm

EMEA (Europe, Middle-East and Africa) | Belgium
Handelsbeurs Antwerpen, Borzestraat 31, 2000 Antwerp

Upcoming

April 22, 2024 | 1:00 pm – April 24, 2024 | 6:00 pm

EMEA (Europe, Middle-East and Africa) | Belgium
Handelsbeurs Antwerpen, Borzestraat 31, 2000 Antwerp

Featured Image - Engage 2024

Charting New Horizons

Engage 2024 is a live, non-virtual event taking place in Antwerp, which is renowned as being the diamond capital of the world. It is the second largest city in Belgium. This cosmopolitan, down to earth city is full of fascinating architecture and historical institutions, completed by a lively nightlife. It is located on the banks of the river Schelde and it’s one of the largest ports in the world.
Share your stories with peers, be inspired by experts, discover exciting products, have a 1-on-1 with HCL executives, but above all have a fun and engaging time.

Without a doubt, panagendians are excited to attend Engage 2024 as a Platinum sponsor to once again meet with the HCL community. Team members will be there to share stories with colleagues, be inspired by experts. They’re on a lookout for exciting products — but above all, for a wonderful and ‘Engage-ing’ time.

You can register for Engage here, find the full agenda for the sessions here, and get to know all the speakers right here.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Antwerp for Engage 2024!

Who to expect On-stage, at Our booth & on the showfloor at Engage 2024

Our sessions

Monday, April 22

1:30 pm – 5:00 pm

H4. Cullinan

Navigating the Future with The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Notes and Domino 14
Christoph Adler Henning Kunz Florian Vogler

Embark on an exhilarating journey with industry trailblazers Florian Vogler, Henning Kunz, and Christoph Adler in this not-to-be-missed workshop at the forefront of the tech universe.
Get ready for a thrilling kick-off as we navigate the current state of the HCL universe, setting the stage for an exploration of the groundbreaking Notes and Domino 14.
Discover the latest enhancements and revolutionary features that will redefine your experience.In this interactive session, unlock a treasure trove of tips and tricks to elevate your utilization of version 14, both with and without the game-changing panagenda MarvelClient.
Brace yourself for also diving into Nomad, Nomad Web, and VoltMX, expanding your horizons in the expansive HCL landscape.Be a part of this exclusive opportunity to stay ahead in the ever-evolving world of HCL technologies.
Your journey to mastering Notes and Domino 14 begins here.And remember, in the spirit of intergalactic exploration, don’t forget to bring your towel!

Register for the workshop as long as there are free seats!

Tuesday, April 23

4:30 pm – 5:15 pm

A. Violierenzaal

How to Prepare Applications for Notes 64-bit Clients
Julian Robichaux

Why 64-bit? Do you need it? Is it painful to switch? Will your applications stop working? Do you have to rewrite everything? Will the new Java 17 break things?
We have the answers to these questions and more!
Spoiler warning: 64-bit clients are here, and your applications are not ready.
But not to worry; everything is fixable.
Join this session with Julian Robichaux from panagenda to find out how.
He will guide you through this journey and give you all the tools, tips, and tricks you need to outmaneuver any dangers and pitfalls.
Get started today!
Dive into these 64-bit topics:
+ HCL guidelines for updating applications
+ LotusScript: known issues, patterns to look for, debugger bugs, compiling with older Designers
+ API calls: parameters, dealing with structs, NotesSession.UseDoubleAsPointer
+ Java: Java 17, added/removed functionalities, compiler settings, XPages
+ Eclipse plugins

Wednesday, April 24

8:00 am – 8:45 am

E. Joseph Schaddezaal

Navigating HCL Notes 14 Upgrades: A Comprehensive Guide for Conquering Challenges
Christoph Adler

In this session Christoph Adler will guide you systematically through the intricate process of mastering every challenge encountered in an HCL Notes 14 Upgrade project.
Numerous changes from 32 to 64-bit architecture necessitate careful consideration and resolution within the upgrade package itself.
This includes tasks such as uninstallation (incl. nice.exe in 32- and 64-bit), cleanup procedures (addressing old program and shareddata folders and more), migration the data folder and the very important notes.ini file, and meticulous installation practices (sorting order, command lines, parsing logs, etc.).
The session will also delve into pre-configuration essentials for new users, covering elements like the common folder, stub notes.ini, config file and others to ensure a seamless onboarding process.
Emphasizing the impact of changes in bitness and folder locations in Notes 14, the discussion will explore considerations for Anti-Virus, DEP, AppBlocker and Security Software, highlighting their potential as game-changers for end-user performance.
Having thoroughly examined the aforementioned aspects, the session will conclude with an objective and candid comparison of various Notes upgrade methods, enabling participants to make informed decisions tailored to their specific project requirements.

10:15 am – 11:00 am

A. Violierenzaal

Notes/Domino Licensing: Understand and Optimize DLAU results with panagenda solutions
Henning Kunz

panagenda is renowned for its robust and tested solutions designed to enhance and manage the Notes Client.
Our offerings extend to proactively monitoring Domino infrastructures and analyzing the Domino-based application landscape.
This includes comprehensive assessments of application inventory, usage, design similarities, and content.
In this engaging session, we aim to illuminate a different aspect – the HCL Notes/Domino Licenses.
The community has been buzzing with excitement about HCL’s new streamlined licensing model for Notes/Domino.
As many of you are aware, HCL provides a tool called DLAU, which is crucial for determining the licenses associated with your Notes/Domino infrastructure.
During this session, we will delve into how panagenda’s two flagship products, iDNA for Applications (IFA) and SecurityInsider (SI), can play a pivotal role in comprehending, validating, and optimizing the results obtained through DLAU.
Join us to discover how these tools can empower you in navigating the complexities of HCL Notes/Domino licensing.