- Full upgrade path
- New Sanity monitoring service
- Elasticsearch performance enhancements
- Support for changing the IBM Cloud private user credentials
- MongoDB now uses Intermediate CA for internal communication
I did a new installation as well as an upgrade and would like to share my experience in this blog post. Continue reading “My experiences with Connections Component Pack 22.214.171.124”
Some weeks ago IBM released Connections Customizer (on-premises) as part of the Component Pack 126.96.36.199. In this post, I would like to describe how to deploy, configure and use it.
First of all, you need to install Connections Customizer (or the whole Component Pack) by following this documentation. This will include the prerequisites like installing IBM Cloud private, configuring persistent storage as well as the installation process itself. Continue reading “Deploy and use Connections Customizer”
While migrating a Connections environment side-by-side I had the challenge to also change the connectionsAdmin and filenetAdmin alias user. In this blog post, I will describe the necessary steps to successfully switch the admin alias to another user. This post will be focused on the Filenet/CCM part. Continue reading “Changing the Connections Admin user in a CCM enabled Connections installation”
Last week IBM released ComponentPack 188.8.131.52 which includes an updated Orient Me version, the new Elasticsearch based Metrics as well as the Connections Customizer. In this post, I would like to share some of the stuff I learned in my first installations and updates. Continue reading “Deployment tips for Orient Me, Metrics & Customizer (ComponentPack 184.108.40.206)”
With ComponentPack 220.127.116.11 IBM changed the Docker driver from overlay to devicemapper. Which is a good thing because there were some issues before (more information). But please be aware that you shouldn’t use the default settings in a production environment!
IBM Connections Adminblast was introduced by Christoph Stoettner and me at Connect 17 in San Francisco earlier this year. Since then, we’ve been giving more Adminblast sessions on many other conferences. All of them had been updated versions with plenty of new stuff in it:
Did you attend one of them? Cool, but be sure to check out the latest version! If not, you have now the possibility to replay my new webinar version. Anytime, Anywhere. :)