[DATED] BlackBerry 10.1 and High Availability

The International Legal Technology Association asked me to contribute an article for their trade magazine a few months ago.  The article was specific to my company’s care study for BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.1 with regard to High Availability.  Although BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10.2 has been released, the framework which was discussed stays the same.  If … Read more

PowerShell & BlackBerry 10 Web Services (Part 1 – Preparation)

This is a follow-up to my previous four-part post about PowerShell & BlackBerry Web Services. If you need a primer on where this is coming from, see the first series. Like before, I’m going to run through each step that I used when setting this up, though there will be fewer references to the specifics … Read more

PowerShell & BlackBerry 10 Web Services (Part 2 – Coding)

In my first post, I explained how to get started with the BlackBerry 10 Web Services. Mostly it revolves around downloading and compiling a DLL that contains all the BlackBerry Web Service objects. In this post, I’ll be going over the PowerShell code that I wrote to leverage this DLL. We’re going to start with … Read more

BlackBerry 10 and Dual Data Center

Today’s ramble is about the new BlackBerry 10 Infrastructure and how I see it interacting with a dual data center environment. I need to emphasize that this discussion is based solely on the RTM version of the BlackBerry 10 Enterprise Server. For those who have read the blog before, you know that I’m passionate about … Read more

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