|1.||Implementing Centralized Key Management for System x Servers with Self Encrypting Drives using IBM Security Key Lifecycle Manager, XS-4105-R01|
Starts 28 Apr 2014, ends 16 May 2014 (3 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|2.||Effectively Managing Your WebSphere AppServer Licenses Using IBM License Metric Tool (ILMT), SA-W406-R01|
Starts 19 May 2014, ends 13 Jun 2014 (4 weeks) and requires 4 residents.
|3.||IBM Features on Demand Redpaper, 2nd Edition, SN-4N02-R01|
Starts 02 Jun 2014, ends 20 Jun 2014 (3 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|4.||XIV Updates - Functional Enhancements, Disaster Recovery, Storage for Cloud, ST-4D10-R02|
Starts 02 Jun 2014, ends 04 Jul 2014 (5 weeks) and requires 5 residents.
|5.||IBM Cloud Computing Social Media Residency 2Q, SM-4C02-R01|
Starts 23 Jun 2014, ends 27 Jun 2014 (1 weeks) and requires 15 residents.
|6.||Building and Managing an IBM PowerLinux Big Data Cluster using IBM Platform Cluster Manager (PMC), PW-4002-R01|
Starts 08 Sep 2014, ends 03 Oct 2014 (4 weeks) and requires 3 residents.
|7.||Implementation Best Practices for BLU Acceleration on IBM POWER Systems for SAP BW/BI Environments for Data Management, Analytics and Reporting, PW-4301-R01|
Starts 15 Sep 2014, ends 24 Oct 2014 (3 weeks) and requires 3 residents.
IBM Redbooks are developed through a unique program - the Residency - that teams IBM technical professionals with Business Partners, customers, and IBM product development staff. Depending on the market needs of a product or solution, a team of residents is chosen through a competitive nomination process and works at one of the ITSO centers for two to eight weeks, devoted to developing IBM Redbooks. Would you like to join a team writing IBM Redbooks? Find an upcoming residency from the list below and submit an online nomination!