In Appreciation: Allan ZanderMarch 7, 2023
CMG Welcomes New Board MembersMarch 14, 2023
For this 40-minute panel discussion, we’re hosting the biggest “frenemies” in mainframe modernization. Our panelists will be discussing industry trends and challenges that are driving their businesses. The discussions will cover Artificial Intelligence, Green Tech, Mainframe-as-a-Service, and talent.
JD Bagnell, Offering Manager, Broadcom Mainframe Software
JD has spent 30 years in the software development industry with the last 13 being part of the Mainframe team at Broadcom. JD has been a product manager for all of the performance monitoring and automation solutions for those years. JD has been the Offering Manager for the past 4 years where he has driven the strategy for the Mainframe Performance solution area. In his spare time, he attempts to play golf and loves to travel.
Rosalind Radcliffe, Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect for DevOps, IBM
Rosalind Radcliffe is a Distinguished Engineer in IBM. She is Chief Architect for DevOps and CLM for Enterprise Systems. She is responsible for driving the DevOps for multi-platform architecture. This includes System z and Power system. In addition she is responsible for the architecture for the Collaborative Management capability for Enterprise solutions. This includes UrbanCode Deploy and Rational Team Concert’s support for standard Mainframe development activities. Rosalind also works with clients on their cultural transformation to DevOps as well as their adoption of different tools in support of the transformation. She is a member of the IBM Academy of Technology and a Master Inventor. Prior to Rational, she was in Tivoli responsible for the SOA Management Strategy for IBM. Rosalind has recently published the Mobile to Mainframe Dummies book and has many blogs written on DevOps and Enterprise Moderization.
Jonathan Gladstone, I/T Capacity & Configuration Planner, BMO Financial Group
I am a senior information systems professional, educator, planner and team leader with over thirty years of applied experience in capacity planning & management, business continuity planning & management, ITIL process development, implementation & management (including change & problem management), and project initiation for large corporate I/T infrastructures. I have worked at the intersection of I/T and the finance industry since the mid-1980s; since 2014 I have also been a part-time professor in Computer Studies.