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Connect, learn, and share directly with the business service management experts. Access our expert profiles and collaborate on business service management topics.

Architecture


Doug McClure
Doug McClure is a member of the IBM® Tivoli® business service management solution architecture team. He is currently focused on strategy, content, integrations, time to value, and ease of use for the business service management solution portfolio, while maintaining a heavy focus on client opportunities, deployments, and overall satisfaction.

Integration


David Schmidt
David Schmidt is an integration architect in the Tivoli development organization, focusing on the business service management solution. David works closely with clients to understand their business service management solution requirements, and works with IBM teams to deliver those requirements with increased time to value and ease of use.

Performance


Rocky McMahan
Rocky McMahan is a senior software performance engineer, specializing in performance analysis for the business service management solution. Rocky has a broad range of expertise, including performance analysis, relational databases, IBM WebSphere®, z/OS® systems, and UNIX.

Architecture


Michael Morton
Michael Morton is an IBM Senior Technical Staff Member responsible for the architecture and direction of the discovery technologies of the IBM Tivoli product portfolio. In his 22 year history with IBM, Michael has been responsible for architecture and development on various products across the IBM WebSphere, Information Management, and Tivoli software brands, with his more notable achievements being a co-founding developer of WebSphere Application Server, as well as a leading visionary of Information Governance solutions.

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