IBM Redbooks are developed through a unique residency program that teams IBM technical professionals with Business Partners, clients, 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 an IBM Redbooks publication? Find an upcoming residency in the list below and submit an online nomination!
Note: The ITSO pays authorized travel and living expenses for all residents, but does not compensate for the time or services of its residents. For IBMers, ITSO residency travel is pre-approved. See How Residencies Work for more details. .
|17. || IBM System Storage N series the Next Leap: Clustered Data ONTAP, ST-3N01-R01 Open|
Starts 09 Sep 2013, ends 18 Oct 2013 (6 weeks) and requires 3 residents.
|18. || IBM Platform Computing Solutions Reference Architectures and Best Practices, PW-3901-R01 Open|
Starts 07 Oct 2013, ends 15 Nov 2013 (4 weeks) and requires 5 residents.
|19. || Optimizing System z Batch Applications by Exploiting Parallelism, ZS-3F01-R01 Open|
Starts 07 Oct 2013, ends 01 Nov 2013 (5 weeks) and requires 3 residents.
|20. || IBM i Technical Overview with Technology Refresh Redbook, PW-3003-R01 Open|
Starts 07 Oct 2013, ends 01 Nov 2013 (4 weeks) and requires 6 residents.
|21. || Power Systems Hardware Management Console (HMC) Transition Guide, PW-3501-R01 Open|
Starts 14 Oct 2013, ends 08 Nov 2013 (4 weeks) and requires 5 residents.
|22. || IBM PowerHA SystemMirror 7.1.x for AIX Best Practices and Reference Architectures (Standard and Enterprise Editions), PW-3202-R01 Open|
Starts 11 Nov 2013, ends 20 Dec 2013 (4 weeks) and requires 6 residents.