Although I published a related blog a while ago to bring facts about IBM Redbooks, I am writing again to re-iterate those facts, and to ask you for continuous support and feedback on all the content already published and the content to be released this year. IBM Redbooks continues to deliver sought after technical content, solution examples, usability and integration, and details on how to implement or consume IBM offerings in many areas including cloud, cognitive, analytics, blockchain, high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, high availability, disaster recovery, and others.
So, just for a moment, pause for a nanosecond, and think of a technical solutions world without IBM Redbooks collateral. I believe it is very difficult to imagine that scenario for just a nanosecond. Hence, I am making once again a strong case once on the value IBM Redbooks bring to the technical community.
IBM Redbooks (Redbooks, Redpapers, Redguides, and others), are developed often by way of a residency program and by teams of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in partnership with architects and developers who own the solution. Furthermore, the residency teams execute yet another testing round, and provide direct feedback to product and solution owners, and to the IBM Knowledge Center focal points (IBM online manuals).
IBM Redbooks residency teams combine their knowledge, compound their synergies, and put passion on the technical content delivered in the publications always keeping in mind you the reader, and how you can benefit from the written content.
The following link provides the details of the 5 Things to Know about IBM Redbooks blog:
The blog has been written and published in Spanish: 5 Cosas Que Debes Saber Acerca de IBM Redbooks
Your feedback is important to improve the quality of IBM Redbooks, shows IBM Redbooks contribute to the success of your technical projects, and helps the IBM Redbooks Team gather funding to continue bringing you IBM Redbooks content.
For information on IBM Redbooks publications and residencies, refer to the IBM Redbooks’ website:
IBM Redbooks content addresses product, platform, and solution perspectives. They explore integration, implementation, and operation of realistic client scenarios, and are developed and published by the IBM Marketing Services Center.
Thank you very much for taking the time to read the blogs and providing feedback.
Dino E. Quintero
IBM Redbooks Project Leader