WebSphere

User Group UK

Title:
WebSphere Portfolio Enterprise Infrastructure
Stream:
Architecture SIG (4)
Speakers:
Colin Renouf
Abstract:
This session essentially covers main areas. Firstly, it looks at what differentiates an enterprise infrastructure architecture from a non-enterprise infrastructure architecture and how to migrate from isolated pools of infrastructure running some WebSphere products to something that is planned and controlled as a whole. To enable this it looks at an approach to understanding the business context for the enterprise processes and how this can be used to 'group' pools of functionality together as the starting point of simplification. Business and application architecture are used to drive this. \n<br><br>\nThe second section looks at the enterprise level infrastructure architecture WebSphere components and how to best exploit them in a joined up manner.
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Bio:

Colin Renouf:

After starting out as an aeronautical engineer with a penchant for “computers”, Colin joined the IT industry some 23 years ago and in that time has had extensive experience as a developer, infrastructure architect, application architect, DBA, solutions architect and enterprise architect, primarily at Lloyds TSB Group Plc. He has worked on many platforms and technologies and been actively involved in the user communities for WebSphere and System P/AIX and Java/J2EE certification. \n<br><br>\nFor the last few years, Colin has worked alongside some of the larger IT companies, such as IBM, and has been involved in some of their strategies and direction as a customer representative. Most recently Colin has authored articles for the IBM Systems Magazine on AIX and WebSphere internals, has authored a WebSphere enterprise infrastructure RedPaper, and co-authored a WAS on AIX RedBook where he provided the “WAS Under The Hood” material. He is now working on an Inside WAS 7 book.

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