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  • Context and K5 Overview

    • MetaArc Concepts and Summary
    • K5 IAAS Concepts
    • Global Infrastructure and Services.
    • Foundational Services and geographical scope of services
    • Overview of K5 PaaS Services 
    • Overview of Fujitsu Cloud Services Management

    Starting to use K5
      • Customer subscription model and scope
      • Creating a Domain and projects
      • User Accounts and Groups
      • Delegation of permission

    Demonstration 
    • Creating projects and user management

    Designing your environment - Best practices
    • Translating on traditional premises infrastructure to the K5 platform
    • Creating Networks
    • Security groups
    • Network management
    • Network Connector Service
    • Compute Resources
    • Virtual Machine types
    • Creating VMs 
    • Create and connect a storage devices
    • Establishing connection to a server / remote login

    IaaS K5 Architecting (Part I) Video 1:45


    Overview K5 - (Part 2) Video recording 20:45

  • Topics covered:
    Define and articulate the term MetaArc and the technologies, tools, services and partnerships that it encompasses.
    Describe the drivers, market drivers, and client issues that MetaArc addresses.
    Increase client confidence in Fujitsu by demonstrating your ability to recommend, refine and position propositions enabled by MetaArc.
    Target Audience:  Sales

  • Allow regions to be self-sufficient in pre-sales of Hybrid IT solution and services including using content for RFI/Bids and doing demo's.
    Topics covered:

    • What is FCSM and its context within MetaArc and Hybrid IT
    • FCSM high-level architecture and individual component insight
    • Who to pitch FCSM to
    • Brief insight to FCSM Support model and Price Model
    • On-boarding portal and other presales content walk through
    • GD Services around Hybrid IT components
    • Hands-on demo experience and training
    • Case Scenario exercise
    • FCSM Regional Engagement model
    • Demo

     Target Audience:  Sales and pre-sales (Consulting)

  • Topics covered:

    • MetaArc Overview
    • K5 in Digital Business Context
    • Starting to use K5 with Demo
    • Designing your environment - Best practices
    • Using the K5 API with Demo
    • Load Balancing
    • Using Templates and stacks for service automation
    • K5 Services Monitoring
    • K5 Database as a Service
    • Email Delivery Service
    • Content Delivery Network
    • K5 Cost and Usage management
    • K5 reference materials, resources and communities

    Target Audience: Sales and pre-sales (Consulting)

  • You will find:
    1) Warm up training sessions
    2) Dedicated courses in preparation for exam 70-534
    3) Official Study Guide Book
    4) Official Practice Test
    5) Skillsoft Courses
    6) Azure Outline
    7) Tips and recommendations
    8) How to schedule your exam

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  • MetaArc - Elevator Pitch
    Intro to MetaArc - Hybrid IT + K5
    What is Hybrid IT
    Positioning Hybrid IT
    What is K5
    Positioning K5 laaS
    Positioning K5 PaaS
    Positioning Multi-Cloud Management
    Intro to IoT

  • Learn more about our Fujitsu Cloud Services K5.
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  • Learn about K5, our next-generation cloud platform specifically designed for enterprise customers and one of the four sets of capabilities within our MetaArc portfolio.
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  • Learn about our MetaArc digital enablement platform which combines key technologies like IoT, Big Data, Mobility, AI with cloud solutions, tools, professional and managed services and partnerships.
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  • This session helped us discover how Fujitsu's new Cloud Service K5 aligns with our Managed Hybrid IT services to help customers exploit the enormous potential of digital business and maximize the value of existing core systems.



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  • Enable "consumers" of the system architecture to make productive use of it for validation and more detailed work in delivery of the solution.


    Content Overview

    This event provides a short path to understanding the system architecture for people who have experience with modeling or people who need only to understand the system architecture.

    This event uses UML notation but does not preclude the use of other notations. The event focuses more on the content of the system architecture deliverables than on the notation used.

  • How to take advantage of the User Interface Design and Prototyping techniques offered in Macroscope
    Content Overview

    This event combines two techniques - user interface design, and the use of prototypes to support UI design.

    The self-learning is intended to be done while the learner has online access to the method, and is designed to ensure the learner is familiar with the basic concepts before the classroom portion.

    In the classroom, the learners progress through a set of teamwork exercises based on a case study, in which they apply the successive activities of user interface design technique, supported by paper prototypes.


  • The Architecture phase purpose is to elaborate on the findings of the Preliminary Analysis ("PA") phase, to stabilize the architecture and to reconfirm feasibility. As such, the goal is to do enough to minimize rework in subsequent release development, while deferring detail decisions that do not affect stability nor feasibility. "Knowing when to stop" is a key skill. It requires a multi-disciplinary team to integrate business perspectives, architectural concerns and organizational change management issues as well as development strategies.


    This learning event enables the learners to use Macroscope material to plan system architecture stabilization in their own situations.


    An excellent time to take this course is about 4-6 weeks before the conclusion of the PA phase - because it clarifies work that can be deferred from the PA phase to this one.


  • The focus will be specifically on the V(Vision) and A(Architect) portions of the latet version of Macroscope - what they are used for and the various tools which are available to help develop and document approaches and solutions.

  • English overview is coming.

  • Table of contents:
    • The Ins and Outs of Fundamental SharePoint Information Architecture Design
    • Make or Break Your Content Management Strategy with Inheritance
    • Supporting Articles
    • What is Information Architecture and Why is it Important?
    • SharePoint 2010 Information Architecture
    • Strategic Information Architecture Plans for SharePoint 2010
    • Taking Control of Governance
    • Want SharePoint Success? Try Dual Architecture.
    • Why Create a Taxonomy for SharePoint ECM Implementation
    • Five Myths about Taxonomy and SharePoint
    • 6 Practical Tips for Designing a Taxonomy
    • Setting the Terms in SharePoint 2010. Do Search and Tag Clouds Replace the Need for a Taxonomy?
    • SharePoint 2010 Marries Formal and Informal Taxonomies
    • SharePoint Governance After-the-fact
    • SharePoint Community Wiki
    • AIIM Training Module SharePoint Practitioner Course 10 - Architecture and ECM
    • Classification...What is it? And How Can it Control the Content Chaos?
    • Next Generation Archives: Changing the Game for Better Management and Control
    • Capture, Governance, and SharePoint: oh the places you could go!
    • 8 Things You Wanted To Know About SharePoint

  • This event provides a complete view of the activities and techniques used to develop the Unit Task Specification, working within the established architectural framework.
    A series of teamwork exercises is used to practice and reinforce these activities.

  • English overview is coming.

  • This class event familiarizes the learner with the development of developer architecture, as experienced in a project by using an object-oriented approach with UML formalism.
    The presentation of concepts alternates with several discussions and exercises.
    It begins by positioning the role of developer architects and continues with a presentation of the basics of developer architecture.
    The developer architecture introduces the concepts of technical design, that is, application patterns (layered architecture, distributed architecture, etc...), design patterns, frameworks and class libraries. The workshop completing the event outlines the developer architecture of a System

  • End users are bringing consumer devices into the organization! iPhones, iPads, Tablets and Smartphones are now part of the corporate environment. New desktop technologies such as VDI, Tablets, Consumerization, among other pressures, are causing many IT environments to consider re-architecting their desktop infrastructure. Learn how to separate myths from facts, learn how to develop a strategy focused on meeting your users desktop requirements based on roles / personas, rather than implying that one technology fits all, and discover Microsoft and partner solutions that enable a Flexible Workstyle.

  • In the context of the upcoming Solution Architecture career path this module covers the process and techniques of Requirement documentation.
    It covers all major steps including requirement determination, analysis and validation.
    We believe this is an important aspect that applies to most of our delivery projects.

  • In the context of the upcoming Solution Architecture career path this module covers the process and techniques of Requirement Documentation. It covers all major steps including requirement determination, analysis and validation.
    We believe this is an important aspect that applies to most of our delivery projects.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The animated SplashScreen is an interface used in WPF as a screen while users are waiting for the download of an application.

    In this video, Ibrahima explains how to develop an animated SplashScreen.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The simple SplashScreen is an image displayed in WPF as a screen for a user waiting for an application to download.

    In this video, Ibrahima explains how to develop a simple SplashScreen.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The animated SplashScreen is an interface used in WPF as a screen while users are waiting for the download of an application.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the second part of the lesson on how to develop an animated SplashScreen.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Scrollviewer control in WPF is a control for unwinding or displaying the protruding part of an item placed in a container encapsulating it.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Expander control in WPF is a HeaderedContentControl type of control. In action, it plays the role of a container of retractable or expandible elements, based on a certain guideline.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Popup control in WPF is a control occurring without a real starting Template. Coupled with other controls, the popup control has an aspect of container occurring in execution mode.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Tooltip control in WPF is a ContentControl type of control. It is quite similar to the popup control without having the latter's persistence capability.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The TabItem control in WPF is an ItemsControl type of control. It can only be used when associated with another control, which is the TabControl.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The GroupBox control in WPF is a HeaderedContentControl type of control. It is very simple and provides a visual indication of the grouping of elements in a window.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The RadioButton control in WPF is a ContentControl type of control. It derives from the ButtonBase class, which makes it a type of button, despite its appearance.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The CheckBox control in WPF is a ContentControl type of control. It derives the ButtonBase class, which makes it a type of button, despite its appearance.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand these controls.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Label control in WPF is one of the simplest controls. It is a ContentControl type of control.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand those controls.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The RepeatButton and ToggleButton controls in WPF are ContentControl types of controls. They are a specific feature of the Control Button.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand these controls.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Control Button in WPF is a ContentControl type of control.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts to help properly understand this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    In WPF, a control is not just any element that can be placed in window but rather an element that has certain specific factures.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces an overview of controls.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin and Etienne Tremblay

    This course is part of MICROSOFT .NET ECOSYSTEM PROGRAM

    In the first part of this session, we'll cover 4 basic design patterns and how to apply them. These patterns are "Singleton", "Observer", "Proxy" and "POCO".

    In the second part of the session we will cover some of the best practices in code and more precisely:
    - Code Analysis
    - Tip and tricks and Gotchas in your code
    - Defensive programming
    - Async Framework

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    WPF introduced a new type of event called Routed Event, used in situations involving the execution of event managers based on the ascending or descending hierarchy of interface elements. The concept of routed event may at first glance seem repellent, until it is understood.

    In this video, Ibrahima introduces basic concepts of those types of events.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    An AttachedEvent is a type of Routed Event, used in situations involving the execution of event managers following the ascending or descending hierarchy of interface elements.

    In this video, Ibrahima gives an example the development of an Attached Event.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    WPF introduced a new type of event called Routed Event, used in situations involving the execution of event managers based on the ascending or descending hierarchy of interface elements. The concept of routed event may at first glance seem repellent, until it is understood.

    In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of Routed Events.

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin and Etienne Tremblay

    This course is part of MICROSOFT .NET ECOSYSTEM PROGRAM

    In this session we'll cover some of the concepts that you need to fully understand in order to follow most of the upcoming sessions.

    We'll cover the following key concepts:
    - Interfaces
    - Delegates
    - Anonymous Methods
    - Lambdas
    - Anonymous Types
    - Extension Methods
    - LinQ (via LinQ to Objects)

  • This content was submitted by Vincent Grondin and Etienne Tremblay

    This course is part of MICROSOFT .NET ECOSYSTEM PROGRAM

    In this session we will cover two main topics being "Exception handling in code" and "Debugging an application using Visual Studio".

    We'll cover the following key concepts:
    - Basic concepts
    - Exploring the various « Try » block syntaxes
    - How can we rethrow an exception?
    - Where to handle exception and how to publish them?
    - PDB files, how do they work?
    - Symbol Server and sources indexing
    - Debugging tips and tricks

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    Developing an ergonomic interface compliant with interfacing standards in terms of margin placement and the positioning or embedding of interface container controls requires a certain technique. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of an embedded interface via the use of the Grid control container in design mode under Microsoft Expression blend 4.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The StackPanel control container is an interface control used to stack the different controls placed in it based on a specific guideline. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of a StackPanel.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The WrapPanel control container in WPF is an interface control for docking the various controls placed in it based on a certain position. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of a WrapPanel.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The DockPanel control container in WPF is an interface control for docking the various controls placed in it based on a certain position. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of a DockPanel.

  • Developing an ergonomic interface compliant with interfacing standards in terms of margin placement and positioning of the embedding of interface container controls requires a certain technique. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of an embedded interface via the use of the StackPanel and DockPanel.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    The Control Container Grid is an interface control allowing for various controls placed in its cells based on a certain value assigned to the lines and columns of said control. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the different characteristics of this control.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    Developing an ergonomic interface compliant with interfacing standards in terms of margin placement and the positioning or embedding of interface container controls requires a certain technique. In this video, Ibrahima gives an example of the development of an embedded interface via the use of the Grid control container in design mode under Microsoft Expression blend 4.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    WPF introduced a new type of property called Dependency Property, used in various situations for the application of styles, link automation, animations and other items. The concept of dependency property may at first seem repellent, until it is understood. In this video, Ibrahima introduces the basic concepts for understanding this property.

  • This content was submitted by Ibrahima Touré.

    Attached Properties are types of dependency properties used in different situations to apply styles, automate links, produce animations and other items. They are often used when linking two heterogeneous elements.
    In this video, Ibrahima gives an example for understanding AttachedProperties.

  • This document provides an overview of the opportunities opened up by the Java EE 6 (CDI - Contexts and Dependency Injection)platform (API).

  • Overview of the concept of virtualization with Oracle GlassFish Server

  • This document shows the new challenges facing developers to deploy applications in the cloud. This method of deployment is actually being increasingly recommended by businesses

  • This document presents the tools available on the standard Java platform (API) for access to relational databases (JPA). The JPA platform was successfully adopted by many major industry leaders, contrary to proprietary platforms, which limit portability of integration in existing applications.

  • This document provides an overview of the target modules for Java EE 7 and the Oracle approach to integrate the principle of PaaS (Platform as a Service) into the Web containers.

  • This document introduces techniques for deploying Java EE 6 applications with the GlassFish application server

  • Since the Oracle buyback of SUN, many changes have been made in the Java and Open Source system.
    This document describes the status of Java since the Oracle buyback of SUN.

  • OUM presents an organized, yet flexible, approach. Its defined, operational framework helps anticipate critical project needs and dependencies throughout your software development and implementation project.