Power Enterprise Systems for the cloud

Introducing the new cloud-enabled Power Enterprise servers for IBM i. Get access to Bluemix for building, deploying and testing applications (including Watson), plus our new Power to Cloud Rewards Program including enhanced capacity reset, trade-in offers and complimentary cloud services.

Fresh faces of IBM i

Liam Allan

Liam Allan

Liam is a Product Developer for Profound Logic Software in the UK. He is the recipient of the 2016 COMMON Student Innovation Award.

Kody Robinson

Kody Robinson

Kody works for Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation, where he develops on the IBM i platform and uses a variety of languages to deliver applications to his clients.

Solutions

IBM i 7.3

A highly scalable and virus resistant architecture with a proven reputation for exceptional business resiliency. Running applications based on i has helped companies over many years to focus on innovation and delivering new value to their business, not just on managing their data center operations.

IBM i CBU with PowerHA

A packaged solution designed to improve and automate your High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recovery (DR) environment. Combines the strengths of IBM Power Systems, IBM i, PowerHA SystemMirror for i and the CBU for IBM i.

IBM i Solution Editions

Integrated solutions for midsize businesses through partnership with IBM industry-leading independent software vendors (ISVs), all backed by superior services and support.

Upgrades

Enhancements and upgrades for your IBM i operating system. Take advantage of new technology to increase system utilization and reduce costs. Find the latest release upgrades, options and publications available for IBM i.

Events

IBM i experts

Steve Will

Steve Will

You and i, IBM i Chief Architect

Steve Will

Chief Architect: IBM i Operating System

Steve Will Steve is the Chief Architect for IBM i, a Power Systems operating system used by hundreds of thousands of enterprises world wide. He is a frequent speaker at client events, collects requirements from customer advisory groups, and works with professionals inside and outside IBM on future technology.


Steve's blog: You and i

This blog is used to discuss topics related to IBM i, including our strategy, benefits of the architecture, announcements, and news. It allows the large and passionate IBM i client community the ability to respond, have conversations about what we say, and make the blog really be about you and i.


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Tim Rowe

Tim Rowe

Business Architect Application Development & Systems Management for IBM i

Tim Rowe

Business Architect Application Development & Systems Management for IBM i

Tim Rowe

Tim Rowe is the Business Architect for Application Development and System Management for IBM i. He has been working on various parts of the core operating system and the middle ware for IBM i for the better part of 25 years. He can often be found 'preaching' the modernization story with our IBM i community. In addition to his passion for moving forward and modernization he is a sound engineer when time allows.


Tim’s blog – MODERN-i-ZATION


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Dawn May

Dawn May

IBM i Client Programs Manager

Dawn May

IBM i Client Programs Manager

Dawn May

Dawn May has worked on IBM i and its predecessors during her entire career at IBM, where she spent many years as part of the IBM i development team. Currently, she is the program manager for the IBM i advisory councils, which include the Large User Group (LUG), the COMMON Americas Advisory Council (CAAC), and the COMMON Europe Advisory Council (CEAC). In this position she works with these client groups to organize and lead meetings and manage the requirements process. Dawn is also a frequent speaker on IBM i topics and the author of the "i Can" blog.


Dawn's blog - i Can

The "i Can" blog is to share the "hidden gems" within IBM i. The name "i Can" is to convey the fact that IBM i can do more than most realize. The updates to this blog will generally be information about the latest features in the most current releases.

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Alison Butterill

Alison Butterill

IBM i Offering Manager

Alison Butterill

IBM i Offering Manager

Alison Butterill

Alison Butterill is the Offering Manager for IBM i. She owns the responsibility for the IBM i business, including defining and guiding future directions and strategies. She works with the IBM i sales, marketing, and development teams as well as clients and partners to ensure that the IBM i operating system and associated products reflect their requirements. Alison has worked in the mid-range area for more than 30 years and has held a wide variety of positions at IBM, primarily with midrange servers and software. She speaks at a wide variety of events, including industry and technical conferences around the world.


Alison’s blog – iSight


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Mike Cain

Mike Cain

STSM, Consultant, DB2 for i, IBM Systems

Mike Cain

STSM, Consultant, DB2 for i, IBM Systems

Mike Cain

Mike Cain is an information management consultant within IBM Systems Lab based Services in Rochester, Minnesota, USA. Along with a team of highly skilled subject matter experts, Mike travels the world guiding, educating and supporting clients who want to get the most out of DB2 for IBM i. He specializes in SQL query performance and scalability, as well as very large database, business intelligence and analytics within the IBM i environment. Mike is a frequent speaker at technical conferences and user groups. He has spoken to and educated thousands of people on database concepts and information management at events across the United States, Europe and Asia.


Mike's blog: DB2 for i

This blog is used to provide insight and perspectives on data management using IBM i

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Scott Forstie

Scott Forstie

DB2 for i Business Architect

Scott Forstie

DB2 for i Business Architect

Scott Forstie

Scott Forstie joined IBM in 1989 and is a Senior Technical Staff Member who has worked on the development of IBM operating systems his entire career.

As the DB2 for i Business Architect, Scott's is responsible for everything related to the database on IBM i. In addition to his development responsibilities, Scott is a frequently published author and speaker at industry events. Scott can be found on Twitter @Forstie_IBMi and via email at forstie@us.ibm.com.


Scott provides "tech tips" on all things related to the database on IBM i


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