Thursday, April 05, 2012
4/5/2012 2:00:00 PM
- Jason McGee, Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect WebSphere Cloud Computing
Businesses around the world are undertaking transformational journeys to become smarter, and IT is at the center of that transformation. A key challenge to overcome is the pains and many phases involved with application deployment. Attend this webinar to obtain a sneak-peak at some of the latest IBM technologies from Jason McGee, IBM Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect for WebSphere Cloud Platforms and Runtimes. At Impact 2012, you can gain hands-on experience with the technologies that Jason will cover during this webinar. These technologies include:
- Cloud Computing, Mobile Capabilities, Expert Integrated Systems - Fundamentally change the economics of IT through cloud, mobile and expert integrated systems
- Application Acceleration - Achieve your application potential with a complete platform that helps you deliver innovative applications. Find out how capabilities across WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere MQ, Workload Deployer, Worklight, Cast Iron, and DataPower come together to help you deliver the next wave of applications.
- Process Innovation - Combine understanding, expertise and technology to define and execute your company's unique business processes blended with best practices. Learn how to deliver tangible business results with proven technology and methodology through effective process adoption and governance.
Jason McGee, Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect WebSphere Cloud Computing
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Jason R.McGee, IBM Software Group (firstname.lastname@example.org). Mr. McGee is a Distinguished Engineer (DE) and Chief Architect for WebSphere Cloud Computing. Jason is currently responsible for architecture and development of technologies and products related to Platform-as-a-Service and running middleware on cloud infrastructures. Previously, Jason has served as Chief Architect of WebSphere Extended Deployment (comprised of WebSphere Virtual Enterprise, WebSphere eXtreme Scale and WebSphere Compute Grid), WebSphere sMash, and WebSphere Application Server on distributed platforms. Jason is a Senior Architect on the WebSphere Foundation Architecture Board. Jason joined IBM in 1997 and has been a member of the WebSphere Server team since its inception. Jason graduated with a B.S. degree in computer engineering from Virginia Tech in 1995.
David Weber, Lead Integration Manager, BMC Software’s Strategic Alliances
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Technology and interesting problems have occupied David Weber's life and career for the past 25 years. He has enjoyed using the former to solve the latter for many of the world’s largest IT organizations. David is currently the Lead Integration Manager for BMC Software’s Strategic Alliances organization.
Richard Fichera, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
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Richard is a member of Forrester's infrastructure and operations research team and has coverage responsibilities for servers and data center architecture and transformation. Among the core technologies he focuses on are blade and modular servers, converged infrastructure, virtualization and management of virtual data center resources, enterprise cloud infrastructure, and techniques for data center transformation.
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