Director Database Software and Systems Strategy
Bernie Spang is currently Director, Strategy and Marketing, Database Software & Systems for IBM Information Management. He has held various engineering, business development, strategy and marketing roles at IBM over 25 years. He also earned a Masters of Computer Engineering from Syracuse University during that time. Prior to joining IBM, he earned his Engineering degree from Stevens Institute of Technology.
"One-size-fits-all from them, could mean wasteful inefficiency for you. Redefine IT for improved economics." - Bernie Spang
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Vice President, Big Data Development
Anjul Bhambhri has 23 years of experience in the database industry with engineering and management positions at IBM, Informix and Sybase. She is currently IBM's Vice President of Big Data Products, overseeing product strategy and business partnerships. Previously at IBM, Anjul focused on application and data lifecycle management tools and spearheaded the development of XML capabilities in DB2 database server. In 2009, she received the YWCA of Silicon Valley's "Tribute to Women in Technology" Award.
Senior IT Storage Consultant
Tony has two degrees, B.S in Computer Engineering, and M.S. in Electrical Engineering. He is a Master Inventor with 19 patents, and works as a Senior Managing Consultant at the Tucson Executive Briefing Center.
IBM Fellow, Systems Chief Engineer
30+ years experience in Enterprise Computing Systems, Architecture, Development, Technology and External Communications (Customers, Analysts, ...)
IBM Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor
Tim Hahn is a Distinguished Engineer at IBM and has been with IBM for 21 years. He is the Chief Architect for Enterprise Modernization Tools within the IBM Software Group Rational organization. He is responsible for strategy, architecture, and design for Rational's Enterprise Modernization products which bring innovative and vibrant technology to meet the needs of a diverse user community focused on Enterprise Modernization, multi-platform application development, and getting the greatest value possible from the tools they use.
Tim has published numerous articles discussing the usage of Rational and Tivoli Security products in end-to-end deployment environments and is a co-author of two books: "e-Directories: Enterprise Software, Solutions, and Services" and "Mainframe Basics for Security Professionals."
Vice President & CTO Cloud Computing and Growth Initiatives
Lauren is responsible for the technology strategy for IBM's growth initiatives. Previously, Lauren led a global team responsible for establishing market leadership for Cloud, engaging with clients to incorporate their requirements into IBM�s strategy and plans.
IBM Distinguished Engineer, Systems and Technology
Mike Williams is a Distinguished Engineer and a member of the IBM Academy of Technology. Throughout his 22 year with IBM, Mike has held a number client facing and development positions in the area of systems and software. He currently is the Chief Architect for Platform Management within IBM's Systems and Technology organization with a specific focus on how virtualization can be leveraged to better manage the increasingly complex IT infrastructures within the data center.
IBM Power Systems Product Marketing Manager
As the IBM Power Systems Product Marketing Manager, Ian recently worked closely with the IBM Research scientists that developed IBM Watson, an optimized system based on POWER7 developed for the Jeopardy! IBM Challenge. Ian has managed a wide range of IBM's Power Systems software products, including AIX, IBM i, PowerLinux, PowerVM and PowerHA.
Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect for Cloud
Frank Degilio is a Distinguished Engineer and the Chief Architect for Cloud in STG. He is focused on providing enterprise wide cloud solutions to clients who are interested in leveraging figuring out how to modernize their IT to be more cost effective and agile. His unique approach looks at an enterprises holistic requirements on cloud, uniting the development, operational and business aspects of the cloud deployment model to ensure that a business is looking at all of the implications of implementing the technology.
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