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We have a pleasure to invite you to a new TADDM Demo sessions.
It is a perfect occasion to learn about our release plans, discuss new solutions that are planned to be delivered in upcoming TADDM release.
You can ask developers your questions and share your feedback and suggestions with us.

Don't forget to join us.

3. TADDM 7.Next Demo Session

When:  Thursday, 6 March 2014, 4 PM of time in Warsaw, Poland (http://localtimes.info/Europe/Poland/Warsaw/)
Teleconference access details


1. Automated Business Application composition tracking - new features
Refreshed and intuitive way to create Business Applications with the automatic discovery of connections from a single point of interest.
Ability to specify the single point of interest (Component Item) through the MQL or SQL queries that allow for creating sophisticated business applications on the fly.
Presenter: Przemysław Leśniewski

4. TADDM 7.Next Demo Session

When:  Thursday, 13 March 2014, 4 PM of time in Warsaw, Poland (Current time:http://localtimes.info/Europe/Poland/Warsaw/)
Teleconference access details


1. New script-based and ASD discovery of Windows Platform
Script based and asynchronous discovery of Windows(R) Platform.
Presenter: Łukasz Dębiec

2. VMWare ESXi Sensor
Support for the VMWare ESXi discovery.
Presenter: Łukasz Trochanowicz

3. LDAP service discovery over SSL
Presenter: Ivo Modrinic


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