703-548-4285

Everything you need to know about OpenShift, AppPoints, and Maximo vs MAS Manage

Take full advantage of Maximo and learn the steps you’ll need to take to prepare for a new implementation or upgrade to IBM Maximo Application Suite 8 (IBM MAS 8). Each session of these sessions were led by a panel of TRM technical experts

March 25th: Maximo Application Suite (MAS) on OpenShift Container Platform (OCP)

Learn about the MAS containerized architecture as we share lessons learned with deploying MAS on the OpenShift Container Platform.

Some key technical differences between Manage and Maximo, as we know it today will also be reviewed, including:

  • Reference Architecture and Key Elements (e.g., OpenShift, Images, Manage Operator, Manage Workloads, Customization Archive, Admin Command Processor, Manage Database, Manage Object Storage, Manage MQ/Kafka)
  • Upgrade Considerations
  • Provisioning OCP and MAS at the leading Cloud Providers: (IBM, AWS, GCP, and Azure)
  • Operational Maintenance & Support

View Session Recording

 

April 2nd: IBM MAS 8 Deep Dive Series: Understanding AppPoints 

Dive into the new App Point license model for MAS to learn about license strategy, AppPoints and tiers, and example deployment scenarios.

  • Gain an understanding of the Subscription Term Licenses and mechanics of the App License Model
  • Understand how to calculate App Points based on existing licenses and usage
  • Estimate the costs to convert legacy Maximo licenses to MAS

View Session Recording

 

April 8th: Maximo versus MAS Manage: Operations, Administration and Features 

We discuss the differences in operations, system administration and some key features between Maximo and MAS Manage, including:

  • Security and User Management
  • Monitoring, logging, and alerts
  • OpenShift Container Platform console
  • License Management
  • Functions and Add-ons
  • Integration (Messaging Queues)

View Session Recording (Coming Soon)

 

View Answers to MAS 8 Questions that were posed during these webinars and ask your own.

 

Share
X