As an answer to many performance, cost & efficiency challenges, IBM FlashSystems provide the relevant technologies for organisations looking to keep pace with the demands of a data-driven world.
To help you gauge the effectiveness of FlashSystems technologies for your IBM i workloads, APSU, in partnership with IBM, are pleased to introduce the FLiP (Flash IBM i Performance) tool. FLiP is an intuitive IBM i performance assessment tool run in a secure online environment that is designed to help you understand which IBM i job candidates would benefit most from FlashSystems technology.
Please join Fabian Michel, author of FLiP, as he walks you through best practices for using the tool during it’s public release on 22nd June 2016. The webinar will close with an engaging pitch by IBM’s Client Technical Specialist, Therese Eaton, about the real life cases where organisations have benefited from Flash Technology.
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Client Technical Architect, Consulting IT Specialist, IBM Systems
Fabian Michel is an IBM Expert Level Certified Consulting IT Specialist. With more than 20 years of experience in Information Technology within several business units (post-sales and & pre-sales) working mainly on the Power Systems (System i, System p, iSeries and AS/400) and storage brands of the Server and Technology Group. He is also the developer of IBM’s Flash IBM i Performance Tool (FLiP) and will be bringing his deep knowledge of the application, it’s uses and best practices for using the tool effectively.
IBM Client Technical Specialist
Therese is IBM UK’s technical lead of POWER IBM i family of products. IBM POWER Systems is the name of IBM’s POWER Architecture-based server line. IBM i is a DB2 database with an operating system and middleware integrated with it .
Her expertise and influence as a subject matter expert is widely recognised. She is a frequent speaker at events and creator of a global reaching technical newsletter, sharing her enthusiasm for all things POWER IBM i. The emergence of Flash for IBM i workloads is of particular interest to Therese, where she provides guidance and technical support as clients move to this emerging technology.