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Open Your i
Brian May is an IBM Champion for Power Systems and writes about a wide range of topics focused on his experience running various applications on IBM i. Topics include open source applications, application modernization, integration with other platforms/languages, and more.
Tim Rowe, Business Architect of Application Development and System Management for IBM i, and his blog is dedicated to the incredible world of modernization and developing applications on the IBM i platform.
This is Dawn May's blog on IBM i. She is a senior technical staff member at IBM and is the technical lead for the IBM i Systems Software Development organization.
You and i
This is Steve Will's blog on IBM i. He is the Chief Architect for IBM i and is responsible for strategy and planning related to the operating system and its related products and solutions.
DB2 for i
This is Mike Cain's blog on insight and perspectives on data management using DB2 for i.
BRMS for i
Backup, Recovery & Media Services for i is the IBM strategic solution for planning and managing the backup of your i server.
Collaboration and Social for i (Lotus)
The place to look for details about software for messaging, calendaring, application development, real-time and team collaboration, content management, mobile and wireless devices, and social networking.
DB2 Web Query for i
A variety of information from the leading DB2 Web Query experts within IBM is available at this wiki.
Provides customers with a quick start view of a consolidated server environment. It demonstrates a working web stock trading scenario in a multi-tiered environment using virtualization on a single server footprint.