IBM i Guided Tour 2024
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IBM i Guided Tour 2024

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The IBM i team is announcing a series of Guided Tours on important IBM i topics. These Guided Tours are intended for IBM and Business Partner sellers and technical sellers. Customers are also welcome to attend the Guided Tour sessions.

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    In this session, Daniel Goldener will walk you through the new S1012 System. This will include how the IBM team came up with the S1012 design, more details on how the system is built, use cases on the S1012 system, and pictured examples of the system.

    In this session, Daniel Goldener walks you through the new S1012 System. This includes how the IBM team came up with the S1012 design, more details on how the system is built, use cases on the S1012 system, and pictured examples of the system.

    Daniel Goldener

    Product Manager, Power Systems

    IBM

    I embarked on a dynamic career journey leading me to IBM, where I've dedicated over two decades to diverse roles. Beginning as an intern in 2004, I've navigated through Sales Operations, IT Strategy Consulting, and leadership in Systems Technical Sales, making significant contributions to various business units, including IBM Services and IBM Software Group. After leading the Lenovo Systems portfolio in Brazil after IBM's x86 spin-off, I returned to IBM in 2018 with leadership roles in IBM Systems for Latin America. Since 2020, I've been at the forefront of the worldwide business for IBM Power Systems. Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, I’ve co-founded two start-ups, proficient in three languages, with academic credentials including an MBA in Marketing, a graduate degree in Software Engineering, and a BSc in Business. Outside of work, I am happily married and a proud father of two boys. Having lived in 4 different cities and 12 different homes, I'm an enthusiast for traveling, swimming, and outdoor activities.

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    Carmelita Ruvalcaba Cevallos will take you through the COMMON POWERUp 2024 expo hall to meet up with subject matter experts in this IBM i Guided Tour. This tour will give you a better understanding of some of the people and technologies in the IBM i space.

    Carmelita Ruvalcaba Cevallos will take you through the COMMON POWERUp 2024 expo hall to meet up with subject matter experts in this IBM i Guided Tour. This tour will give you a better understanding of some of the people and technologies in the IBM i space.

    Carmelita Ruvalcaba Cevallos

    IBM i Product Manager

    IBM

    Carmelita has over 10 years’ experience in the IT industry in areas of corporate, internal and external communication, corporate event coordination, product launch, project management and NPS advocacy.

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    Watch this replay to learn about the latest advancements in the IBM Power platform. Learn how IBM can help your business thrive in a world where speed and efficiency matter most; adopt technologies that enable you to process data closer to where it is generated; and reduce latency and improving real-time processing capabilities.

    Watch this replay to learn about the latest advancements in the IBM Power platform.  Learn how IBM can help your business thrive in a world where speed and efficiency matter most; adopt technologies that enable you to process data closer to where it is generated; and reduce latency and improving real-time processing capabilities. 


    We cover advanced Power security capabilities and the ability to modernize your apps and systems with AI and IoT technologies.

    Douglas Gibbs

    IBM i Product Manager, Program Director

    IBM

    Douglas Gibbs is the offering manager for IBM Power Systems I/O and works closely with the overall Offering Management, Sales and Development teams regarding all manners of I/O. Douglas has worked in the IT Industry for more than 25 years and has been in a variety of positions at IBM, primarily working with IBM servers and software.

    Daniel Sundt

    Technical Sales Specialist, IBM

    Daniel helps customers architect optimal solutions on IBM Power Systems servers running the IBM i, AIX, and Linux operating systems, and has been supporting IBM i customers for over 25 years. He also specializes in working with ISV's or applications on IBM hardware/software

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    What is a Traditional WebSphere Application Server (TWAS)? How does it differ from WebSphere Application - Liberty? Jared Pehrson and Tim Rowe answer these questions and more in this session.

    What is a Traditional WebSphere Application Server (TWAS)? How does it differ from WebSphere Application - Liberty? Jared Pehrson and Tim Rowe  answer these questions and more in this session.

    Tim Rowe

    Business Architect Application Development & Systems Management for IBM i

    Tim Rowe is the Business Architect for IBM i responsible for System Management and Application Development. He has a passion for modernization on IBM i and how we can continue to move IBM i into the world of 'Normal' . In his spare time he is a certified Soccer referee and enjoys refereeing games with his youngest son.

    Jared Pehrson

    Senior Technical Support Professional

    IBM

    Jared has been support WebSphere Application Server on the IBM i system for over 15 years.

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    How can open source be a driver for success for both your career and the company you work for? What changes have recently occurred in the open source user community? Jesse Gorzinski answers these questions and more in this session on open source in your career.

    How can open source be a driver for success for both your career and the company you work for? What changes have recently occurred in the open source user community? Jesse Gorzinski answers these questions and more in this session on open source in your career.

    Jesse Gorzinski

    Senior Business Architect - Open Source Software on IBM i

    IBM

    Jesse Gorzinski works for the IBM i development lab in Rochester, MN. He is the Business Architect of open source technologies. Jesse, who was doing RPG programming at the age of 18, is an expert on application development on IBM i, as well as system access and modernization. His hobbies include playing with his dog, replacing complex applications with 5-line Python programs, and advocating for the use of new technologies on IBM i!Prior to his 2006 employment at IBM, Jesse worked with the AS/400 as an I/T administrator for an IBM customer in the finance/mortgage industry, where he specialized in data backup/recovery, process optimization, and information integrity. He has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science as well as a Master of Business Administration degree

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    In this session, Debbie Quick explains the four pillars of PowerSC and how they work together to help protect systems from security breaches.

    In this session, Debbie Quick explains the four pillars of PowerSC and how they work together to help protect systems from security breaches.

    Debbie Quick

    Power Security Product Manager

    IBM

    Debbie Quick is a Power Security Product Manager at IBM. She began her career 21 years ago as an Administrative Assistant, moved into z/OS Content Development three years later, and has been in Product Management for two years. She is the Product Manager for IBM PowerSC and leads initiatives for Power Security. Prior to her career at IBM, she served four years in the United States Navy as a Gunnersmate 3rd Class Petty Officer and was stationed onboard the USS LaSalle in Gaeta, Italy.
    Debbie has two cats and a puppy. In her free time she enjoys RV Camping (Glamping) in the Adirondack Mountains and Wildlife Photography.

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    IBM offers many HA/DR solutions for the IBM i platform. In this session, Steve Finnes explains the complete spectrum of HA/DR solutions offered by the IBM team for IBM i.

    IBM offers many HA/DR solutions for the IBM i platform. In this session, Steve Finnes explains the complete spectrum of HA/DR solutions offered by the IBM team for IBM i.

    Steve Finnes

    IBM Product Manager

    Steve has spent several years in IBM with positions spanning basic research to product development, product offering and marketing. He is the product offering manager for IBM Power Systems with responsibility for PowerHA for AIX, PowerHA for IBM i and the CBU.

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    In everyday life, people think about the world geospatially. "How far is my drive to work?" "What is the closest gas station?" However, that data is difficult to parse. Watson Geospatial Analytics allows users to store and analyze geospatial data on the IBM i platform. In this high-level overview, John Westcott explains what is now possible utilizing Watson Geospatial Analytics.

    In everyday life, people think about the world geospatially. "How far is my drive to work?" "What is the closest gas station?" However, that data is difficult to parse.

    Watson Geospatial Analytics allows users to store and analyze geospatial data on the IBM i platform. In this high-level overview, John Westcott explains what is now possible utilizing Watson Geospatial Analytics.

    John Westcott

    Db2 for i Consultant and Team Lead

    IBM

    John Westcott is the Db2 for i Team Lead in IBM Technology Expert Labs. John is highyly skilled in SQL, RPG, Data Analytics, Rest API, and both database and application modernization. John has over 35 years of experience on IBM i and it's past family of names. John has a storied career as consultant, business owner, VP, CIO, and a proud employee IBM i.

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    Code for IBM i is the primary place to go for developing code. RPG, CL, COBOL and even database work can be performed in Code for IBM i. Liam Allan will explain and demonstrate Code for IBM i in this session.

    Code for IBM i is the primary place to go for developing code. RPG, CL, COBOL and even database work can be performed in Code for IBM i. Liam Allan will explain and demonstrate Code for IBM i in this session.

    Liam Allan

    Advisory Software Engineer

    IBM

    Liam primarily works with Node.js/TS and C, but has previously used other languages like C# and PHP. He is invested heavily into the IBM i industry to help people learn other tech (like Node.js, AWS, Azure, modern development practices, so on!). Liam loves working on and creating dev tools to make developing applications easier for everyone in the long run. He is now working at IBM as a Advisory Software Engineer, working with clients and open-source software. Liam of course loves, loves, loves open-source! Oh, and he sometimes speak at conferences.

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    IBM i has a long history of maintaining backwards compatibility. This is a boon, allowing past investments in business logic to continue to run your company well into the future. But backwards compatibility can also result in code that is in need of modernization. In this session, Steve Will covers the future of IBM i applications and how IBM plans to help organizations bridge the gap between past and future.

    IBM i has a long history of maintaining backwards compatibility. This is a boon, allowing past investments in business logic to continue to run your company well into the future. But backwards compatibility can also result in code that is in need of modernization.

    In this session, Steve Will covers the future of IBM i applications and how IBM plans to help organizations bridge the gap between past and future.

    Steven Will

    Chief Architect - IBM i, IBM

    Steve has worked on the IBM i operating system and its predecessors since the initial development of the AS/400. Since 2007, he has been the IBM i Chief Architect, responsible for the strategy of the operating system and the plan for future releases.