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Bharat Bhushan

Connect and Secure

Bharat Bhushan Bharat is a subject matter expert on IBM’s DataPower SOA appliances including XS40, XI50, XI52, XI50B, XI50Z, XB60, XB62 and the XM70. In his current role as a technical specialist, he advises customers on the enterprise and application architecture to address connectivity, security and governance challenges using DataPower appliances.


developerWorks DataPower Community

developerWorks – DataPower community brings DataPower content and expertise together in one place.*


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George Parapadakis

ECM Business Value Advocate

George Parapadakis George Parapadakis is an ECM Business Value Advocate in the ECM segment team in the UK and is founder and leader of the ECM Strategic Innovation Council in the UK. His role is focused on supporting IBM customers in maximising the value from their investment in ECM technologies, and in providing insight into new market trends such as Enterprise 2.0 and Social Media technologies. Previously, George has specialised in the use of ECM technologies to support Risk & Compliance solutions. George holds a BSc (Honours) in Computing Science and an MSc in Interactive Systems Design. He sits on the management committee of Intellect UK’s Document Management Group and is certified as “ECM Practitioner” as well as being awarded the title of “Master of Information Technologies (MIT)” by AIIM. He is a frequent speaker in conferences and regular writing contributor in various industry publications.


George's blog

George's opinions, thoughts, news and trivia around Information Management*


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Tony Grout

Industry Executive, Software Delivery Improvement

Tony Grout Tony Grout is responsible for ensuring that software delivery teams using IBM Rational tools are working at optimium effectiveness. He has packed a lot in during his 25 years in IT; successfully delivering software and business value, across all roles and most industries. Prior to joining IBM Tony has been IT Director and General Manager of two software businesses. He regularly shares his experiences at industry events and has sat on the technical editorial board of a number of books.*


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www.jazz.net - This is the development site for the Rational Jazz initiative, where you can learn about IBM Rational Jazz Platform and IBM Rational Team Concert, follow development projects and milestones, interact with our development teams, get the latest product betas, and join our community discussions.


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Mike Spradbery

Web Experience Software – Business Leader, UKI

Mike Spradbery Mike has overall sales leadership for Portal, Web Content Management, Forms, Mashups and Mobile software products in the United Kingdom and Ireland. He has over 10 years experience with web solutions that provide integrated social and mobile portals for leading UK brands.



IBM UK Web Experience web pages

Find out more about IBM's flexible, comprehensive offering that helps organisations create highly engaging, personalised, and differentiated web experiences that meet customers' evolving needs.


WebSphere Portal Family Wiki

Find product documentation and supplemental content for WebSphere Portal, IBM Web Content Manager and IBM Customer Experience Suite.


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Jon Mell

Social Collaboration Leader - North Europe

Jon Mell Jon leads the Web Experience and Social Software business for North Europe, including IBM Connections, Portal, and Web Content Management products. He is a frequent speaker at IBM and industry events on the topic of enterprise social software.


Jon Mell - Social Collaboration

Jon blogs on all things social at http://jonmell.co.uk*



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Andy Porter

Senior Technology Advocate

Andy Porter Andy Porter is a Senior Technology Advocate for IBM Collaboration Solutions where he is a leading expert in Messaging, Collaboration, Unified Communications and creating a Social Business. He is a Fellow in the British Computer Society.


Ports Thoughts

Thoughts on collaboration and life*



Planet Lotus

Hundreds of Social and Collaboration Blogs updated hourly


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Ofer Guetta

Social Collaboration Software Business Leader – UK & Ireland

Ofer Guetta Ofer has overall sales leadership for Lotus Notes & Domino, IBM Quickr, IBM Sametime, IBM Connections and Lotus Symphony software products in the United Kingdom and Ireland. He has over 10 years experience with Collaboration solutions.


Social Business Insights Blog

News and thoughts on becoming a business that is engaged, transparent and nimble. Join us in cultivating a spirit of collaboration and community.
The short URL for this blog is http://ibm.com/blogs/socialbusiness*



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Sunil Aggarwal

WebSphere Business Process Management Leader, UKI

Sunil Aggarwal Sunil has spent over 12 years in the Business Process Management, integration and complex event processing space. He currently helps clients with understanding the value of deploying this capability within their organizations and can clients with understanding this journey.


BPM ramblings

This blog will give clients an insight into frequently asked questions and explore common topics and issues associated with deploying enterprise wide Business Process Management.*



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Jonathan Marshall

WebSphere Client Technical Professional

Jonathan Marshall Jonathan is a leading specialist in the UK for WebSphere application infrastructure technologies. These include typical high performance web applications and the emerging cloud-style deployments. He has also experience on more niche approaches such as extreme transaction processing with WebSphere eXtreme Scale and Java batch processing with WebSphere Compute Grid.



WebSphere Technical Journal

Provides a range of information on upcoming technologies and real-world deployment experiences


WebSphere eXtreme Scale Wiki

Provides some excellent technical resource on WebSphere eXtreme Scale to help both the beginner and the experienced practitioner


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Faisal Javed

Manager EMEA ICS Domino and Traveler Teams.

Faisal Javed Manage the Domino and Traveler product teams in IBM EMEA. Speaking at multiple events on Lotus in the area. Strong advocate for the technology for almost 15 years Primarily working on Lotus Brand products like Domino, Notes, Sametime, Quickr and Traveler. I love helping our clients with the resolutions of the product deployment and feature problems and my current role in IBM does exactly the same. Both via onsite and telephonic interactions. Prior to IBM I have 8 of Banking, Oil and Gas and Government sector deployment experience of the above mentioned products. Design, Development & deployment of messaging and collaboration architectures. Following are some highlights of my technical skills profile. Technical areas, product 1- Collaboration Infrastructure's designing, deployment and maintenance experience of around 14 years on the following key technologies during different periods 2- Design, deployed and maintained Messaging and collaboration infrastructure for upto 360K users with 180 Server locations on IBM Technologies (Lotus Notes/Domino, Quickr/Domino Doc & Sametime) 3- Unified Messaging tools: Sametime Deployment, Sametime Gateway, DMZ, Integration with AOL, MSN, Quickplace etc 4- Complete Migration from IBM to Microsoft and vice versa: MS Exchange Connectors, Domino NUPDATE, Customer XML scripts for PST to NSF 5- Advanced Certified on IBM Lotus Notes and Domino ( R5/6/7/8 and fully trained by IBM for R8.5) 6- Domino Websphere App Server integration with MS IIS using WAS Plugin, can do complete customization of Plugin-cfg.xml 7- IBM Workplace and websphere Portal server's training acquired 8- IBM Sametime 7.5 and 8, maintenance and support experience


Forum for worldwide Domino Experts [Gurus].

Strictly Lotus brand based technical discussions, feature discussion, Deployment and other best practices. With 1700 members on board. Please join this group to have a focused discussion around Lotus product. Forum allows a range of discussions from decision making items to pure technical product discussions.*



Working in the information technology industry since 1998, I have witnessed and experienced the evolution of the IT field first hand. Have had the opportunity to play multiple roles over the years.

- IT architect for messaging, Instant messaging, VPN, core Network, ITIL based systems would be my specialty.
- Project management for deployment of customized collaboration solution for Banking, Government and Retail sector. Ranging from a 200 user based organization to 400K users.
Following are some highlights of specific technologies & Frameworks I have worked on.
1. Collaboration Infrastructure's designing, deployment and maintenance experience of around 14 years on the following key technologies during different periods. Experience with TOGAF & ITIL.
- Messaging and collaboration infrastructure for upto 360K users with 180 Server locations on IBM Technologies (Lotus Notes/Domino, Quickr/Domino Doc & Sametime)
- Unified Messaging tools: Sametime Deployment, Sametime Gateway, DMZ, Integration with AOL, MSN, Quickplace etc
- Advanced Certified on IBM Lotus Notes and Domino ( R5/6/7/8 and fully trained by IBM for R8.5)



IBM Lotus Notes & Domino Wiki
IBM Lotus Developer Works
IBM case Study website


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Glenn Mitchell

IBM Rational Brand Architect

Glenn Mitchell An IT professional with 24 years experience, encompassing leading edge technology implementation, software sales and global team management. Glenn began his IT career shortly after finishing his A-levels as an IBM Mainframe operator on twelve hour, seven day shifts. With a view to developing his career more quickly he went into further education doing an HND in Business Information Technology and then a BA Degree in Business Informatics. Following university Glenn joined the software development side of Sodexho, initially as a developer for their catering software and then joining their small specialist consultancy team who provided bespoke applications both internally and for clients. After a number of years at Sodexho Glenn joined Select Business Solutions, a case tool vendor as a presales consultant. Glenn’s primary activities at Select focused on UML/MDA, (Unified Modelling Language, Model Driven Architecture), where he was presenting jointly with the OMG around the world, he also became a leader in reuse initiatives with his experience of Component Based Development and initially component then asset level repositories. Glenn became the UK then World Wide Presales Manager at Select Business Solutions, then in 2005 he joined IBM to focus on MDA as technical professional. With 6 years working within IBM Rational, Glenn is now the Brand Architect team leader. This senior team of consultants are the presales solution architects for strategic named clients or partners for Rational UK. This role aims to transform client initiatives and challenges into a strategy and practical solution based upon IBM Rational capabilities. Glenn has been aligned to IBM partners, primarily system integrators for the last four years. He has in depth experience working with these large and complex partners, supporting bid work, providing enablement and developing trusted advisor status. Glenn has developed a number of successful ‘Centers of Excellence’, with partners allowing them to showcase their services capability underpinned by IBM Software Group solutions. Glenn is based in the South West, (Bristol) and for relaxing enjoys racing sports motorbikes, currently owning a Fireblade and RC51. He organizes motorbike trips to Europe every year and is hoping to one day ride the Stelvio pass in the Alps.


Rational Channel Highlights

A blog on the world according to Rational UKI and Systems Integrators. This blog should be of interest to anyone providing a software development ‘service’ to clients, not just global systems integrators. The aim is to share some insight into what’s interesting in this market, the challenges and the solutions that make a difference. The hope is also to create an awareness about the vast ecosystem available to IBM partners to support them.*


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John Smith

Application Security Specialist

John Smith John provides technical guidance and advice for the IBM Rational AppScan family of products as well as IBM Rational Policy Tester. He has been working in the information security arena for more than a decade and is a regular speaker at IBM and Industry events.


Views from the Field – Rational Technical Professionals

The blog is dedicated to the thoughts and opinions of Rational Technical Professionals that are helping organisations with tools and processes to develop software in the field today. We provide a full “soup to nuts” experience of the software development lifecycle. We are a passionate group of IBM Rational employees who work closely with many industries at helping them achieve development and deployment of software . Our contributors represent a wide range of IBM Rational solutions that cover, Demand Management, Requirements Management and Definition, Architecture and Design, Coding, Test Management and Automation, Software Configuration Management, Process Guidance (Agile, RUP, Waterfall etc), Security Management plus others. The postings and opinions on this site are our own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.*


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Neal Middlemore

Client Technical Professional

Neal Middlemore Neal Middlemore has over 14 years experience in requirements management, this encompasses the associated disciplines of change management of requirements and validation/verification. Neal is an avionics systems engineer by background and has been working with the DOORS product for almost 10 years.


Views from the Field – Rational Technical Professionals

The blog is dedicated to the thoughts and opinions of Rational Technical Professionals that are helping organisations with tools and processes to develop software in the field today. We provide a full “soup to nuts” experience of the software development lifecycle. We are a passionate group of IBM Rational employees who work closely with many industries at helping them achieve development and deployment of software . Our contributors represent a wide range of IBM Rational solutions that cover, Demand Management, Requirements Management and Definition, Architecture and Design, Coding, Test Management and Automation, Software Configuration Management, Process Guidance (Agile, RUP, Waterfall etc), Security Management plus others. The postings and opinions on this site are our own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.*


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Paula White

Consulting IT Specialist

Paula White Paula White started work as a programmer in C++ and Smalltalk working primarily on product development and deployment of middleware and business process management software. At Cambridge Technology Partners, who were part of the DSDM Consortium, she championed and used many leading software development practices including large amounts of direct involvement from the business, iterative development, use case analysis, architectural approaches, testing strategies and retrospectives. Subsequently she worked as the product consultant for UML requirements, analysis and design courses at one of the UK leading training organisations – QA training. Here she authored course material and trained other trainers. In 2002 she joined Rational which is now part of IBM. At IBM she works both as a Rational Brand Architect leading the solution design of development environments and also as a Technical Specialist in collaborative lifecycle management, requirements and asset management.


Views from the Field – Rational Technical Professionals

The blog is dedicated to the thoughts and opinions of Rational Technical Professionals that are helping organisations with tools and processes to develop software in the field today. We provide a full “soup to nuts” experience of the software development lifecycle. We are a passionate group of IBM Rational employees who work closely with many industries at helping them achieve development and deployment of software . Our contributors represent a wide range of IBM Rational solutions that cover, Demand Management, Requirements Management and Definition, Architecture and Design, Coding, Test Management and Automation, Software Configuration Management, Process Guidance (Agile, RUP, Waterfall etc), Security Management plus others. The postings and opinions on this site are our own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.*



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Steve Rooks

Technical Specialist

Steve Rooks Steve Rooks is an Electrical and Electronics Engineering with 20+ years experience working with embedded and complex systems. He’s been actively using Model Driven Development with UML (and its predecessors!) for more than 15 years and has worked for Rational for more than 10 years.


Steve’s Blog – Embedded but not

Insight into how customers are using Rational’s tools for embedded systems development.*



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Steve Arnold

Consulting IT Specialist

Steve Arnold Steve lives in Twickenham, London with his wife and 4 year old daughter. Professionally he has worked as a technical consultant for IBM Rational since 2000, where he is a certified scrum master specialising in agile project delivery, modeling and patterns based engineering. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his family, and also studying, teaching and practising Taichi. He has written several articles covering the latest features in Rational Software Architect 7.5 and 8, as well as articles discussing various extensions to Software Architect, RequisitePro and Team Concert.


Views from the field – Rational Technical Professionals

The blog is dedicated to the thoughts and opinions of Rational Technical Professionals that are helping organisations with tools and processes to develop software in the field today. We provide a full “soup to nuts” experience of the software development lifecycle. We are a passionate group of IBM Rational employees who work closely with many industries at helping them achieve development and deployment of software . Our contributors represent a wide range of IBM Rational solutions that cover, Demand Management, Requirements Management and Definition, Architecture and Design, Coding, Test Management and Automation, Software Configuration Management, Process Guidance (Agile, RUP, Waterfall etc), Security Management plus others. The postings and opinions on this site are our own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.*



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Simon Vaughan

Client Technical Professional – PPM Specialist

Simon Vaughan Simon is an IBM-certified IT specialist with 13 years of experience of pre-sales consultancy, business development, project, technical and account management. He provides technical expertise in pre-sales engagements around IBM Rational solutions for strategic planning and business optimisation; this involves architecting solutions, demonstrating tools, and becoming a trusted technical advisor.


Focusing on the business of delivering value

Visit Simon’s weblog for insights into how you can maximise the most of your limited resources using IBM Rational solutions for Product and Portfolio Management.*



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Simon Norrington

Rational Client Technical Professional

Simon Norrington Simon Norrington has worked for IBM since 1996 and currently works in the IBM Rational brand. Simon has responsibility for the Rational Quality Management testing products including Rational Quality Manager, Rational Functional Tester and Rational Performance Tester. Also, Simon is certified on Rational AppScan.


Views from the field – Rational Technical Professionals

The blog is dedicated to the thoughts and opinions of Rational Technical Professionals that are helping organisations with tools and processes to develop software in the field today. We provide a full “soup to nuts” experience of the software development lifecycle. We are a passionate group of IBM Rational employees who work closely with many industries at helping them achieve development and deployment of software . Our contributors represent a wide range of IBM Rational solutions that cover, Demand Management, Requirements Management and Definition, Architecture and Design, Coding, Test Management and Automation, Software Configuration Management, Process Guidance (Agile, RUP, Waterfall etc), Security Management plus others. The postings and opinions on this site are our own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.*



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Russell Bonner

Consulting IT Specialist, Rational Software

Russell Bonner Working as a Consulting IT Specialist based in the UK, I work with IBM's clients supporting the IBM Rational Enterprise Modernisation software portfolio. The portfolio includes solutions that evolve core IT systems towards modern architectures and technologies, reducing maintenance burden and freeing up resources to develop new business requirements and capabilities.


Views from the Field – Rational Technical Professionals

The blog is dedicated to the thoughts and opinions of Rational Technical Professionals that are helping organisations with tools and processes to develop software in the field today. We provide a full “soup to nuts” experience of the software development lifecycle. We are a passionate group of IBM Rational employees who work closely with many industries at helping them achieve development and deployment of software . Our contributors represent a wide range of IBM Rational solutions that cover, Demand Management, Requirements Management and Definition, Architecture and Design, Coding, Test Management and Automation, Software Configuration Management, Process Guidance (Agile, RUP, Waterfall etc), Security Management plus others. The postings and opinions on this site are our own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.*


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Jog Raj

Enterprise Architecture Market Engineer - OSD Ecosystem

Jog Raj With a wealth of experience approaching 15 years Jog Raj is has been actively engaged in the Enterprise Architecture field in a variety of roles and responsibilities; currently as the lead engineer for EA. Providing solutions, workflows, techniques, and toolset combinations for the practical application and usage of multiple products to support strategic planning using EA.


Views from the Field – Rational Technical Professionals

The blog is dedicated to the thoughts and opinions of Rational Technical Professionals that are helping organisations with tools and processes to develop software in the field today. We provide a full “soup to nuts” experience of the software development lifecycle. We are a passionate group of IBM Rational employees who work closely with many industries at helping them achieve development and deployment of software . Our contributors represent a wide range of IBM Rational solutions that cover, Demand Management, Requirements Management and Definition, Architecture and Design, Coding, Test Management and Automation, Software Configuration Management, Process Guidance (Agile, RUP, Waterfall etc), Security Management plus others. The postings and opinions on this site are our own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.*


Rational Enterprise Architecture CoP


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Anthony Kesterton

Technical Professional

Anthony Kesterton Anthony Kesterton is a Technical Professional in the Analysis/Design and Construction practice for IBM Rational in the United Kingdom. He has extensive experience in IT development including 19 years teaching, mentoring and using various IBM Rational tools, as an end-user and as an IBM Rational employee. He works with customers to improve their usage of development processes, requirements management, planning, version control and UML modeling. He is a regular participant on jazz.net. He is co-author of the IBM Redbook “Building SOA Solutions Using the Rational SDP”.


Views from the Field – Rational Technical Professionals

The blog is dedicated to the thoughts and opinions of Rational Technical Professionals that are helping organisations with tools and processes to develop software in the field today. We provide a full “soup to nuts” experience of the software development lifecycle. We are a passionate group of IBM Rational employees who work closely with many industries at helping them achieve development and deployment of software . Our contributors represent a wide range of IBM Rational solutions that cover, Demand Management, Requirements Management and Definition, Architecture and Design, Coding, Test Management and Automation, Software Configuration Management, Process Guidance (Agile, RUP, Waterfall etc), Security Management plus others. The postings and opinions on this site are our own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.*



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Adrian Daniels

Technical Professional

Adrian Daniels Over the last 10 years I have helped many customers to design, configure and implement Software Configuration Managements systems. Previously I spent 10 years writing real time embedded software for the Power System industry. My current focus is around the exciting Jazz Platform. I am a keen advocate of Application Lifecycle Management and how it can really help customers to scale their development capabilities. I love technology, whether it be the latest electronic gadget, a new approach to the software development lifecycle or adding Electronics to my Mk1 Golf – each has its own challenge that helping to solve makes me tick.


Views from the Field – Rational Technical Professionals

The blog is dedicated to the thoughts and opinions of Rational Technical Professionals that are helping organisations with tools and processes to develop software in the field today. We provide a full “soup to nuts” experience of the software development lifecycle. We are a passionate group of IBM Rational employees who work closely with many industries at helping them achieve development and deployment of software. Our contributors represent a wide range of IBM Rational solutions that cover, Demand Management, Requirements Management and Definition, Architecture and Design, Coding, Test Management and Automation, Software Configuration Management, Process Guidance (Agile, RUP, Waterfall etc), Security Management plus others. The postings and opinions on this site are our own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies or opinions of IBM.*



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Jon Machtynger

CTO for IBM Collaboration Solutions

Jon Machtynger I design enterprise solutions encompassing a range of software disciplines and am a subject matter expert in Information Management and its relevance to Business Integration, Infrastructure Management and People. For many years, my focus was on delivery through business partners and system integrators. As CTO for IBM Collaboration Solutions in the UK and Ireland, I help drive IBM's Social Business, Collaboration and Portal technical strategy.



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Huw Edwards

Business Partner Leader for IBM Collaboration Solutions

Huw Edwards Business partner manager helping IBM ICS partners get enabled to sell Social Business solutions but more importantly helping them marshal the wealth of IBM resources at their disposal to drive revenue growth.



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Grant Telfer

Sales Manager for IBM Collaboration Solutions

Grant Telfer Grant and his team look to assist organisations in enhancing employee and customer experiences through the adoption of Social technology. Grant has a keen interest in personal and people development and helping improve the way people connect and communicate. This includes the ability to share and access the right information and contacts, drive shared activities and accelerate innovation and greater efficiency.



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Leon Beckett

Client Technical Professional for IBM Collaboration Solutions

Leon Beckett I am a Technical Pre-Sales Specialist for IBM Collaboration Solutions in the UK and Ireland. My main areas of focus include Social Business and IBM Connections, however I am happy to discuss any of the ICS products! I graduated from university with a BSc Computer Science degree and enjoy watching Football (I support Arsenal!) and American Football (I support the 49ers!).



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