From Security Architecture to Implementation
Jerry Saulman - IBM
Sep 16, 2009Size: 497.1MB
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AbstractFrom security architecture to implementation details... what matters when a customer faces a project to implement a global J2EE application? This presentation will cover some of the more pertinent concepts and details involved from real world experiences in customer environments.
About the Speaker1995 Purdue Alumni Jerry Saulman is a Senior Managing Consultant from IBM's Tivoli Software Lab Services from Austin, Texas. A 11-year IBMer, Jerry spent 9 years working on the Tivoli Global Response Team, supporting 150 products as a global troubleshooter and IT process specialist. The last two years have been spent working on the software solution products based on Maximo technologies involving architecting and delivering customer solutions to enterprise problems solved by the product set including: change and configuration management, service request management, asset management, and provisioning of Cloud computing. Jerry has presented on technical topics to thousands of IBM consultants, customers, and industry analysts at various IBM and other technical conferences in his career at IBM. Jerry has received the IBM General Manager's Award in 2001 and 2008 for his his contributions to the success of IBM and its customers. He has written numerous technical and business white papers in his career and created educational curriculum for internal and customer education. Prior to his time at IBM, Jerry was an IT analyst at the Dow Chemical Company in Midland, MI, for 3 years.
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