IBM Redbooks are developed through a unique residency program that teams IBM technical professionals with Business Partners, clients, and IBM product development staff. A team of residents is chosen through a competitive nomination process to come to the U.S. and learn about a product in-depth. Those non-native residents who come to the U.S, come for a maximum of 4 weeks, during which time they meet with colleagues at one of the ITSO centers. They focus on a particular assigned topic and learn and educate themselves about new products and processes. They acquire hands on lab experience in an internal, simulated learning environment (not a customer environment) while in the U.S, which includes, running processes, engaging in discussions and sharing ideas. They take detailed/copious notes while in the U.S., but then return home in order to synthesize and enhance their topic focus (for several weeks), thereby further expanding upon what they’ve learned. While back home, they correspond with their ITSO project leader via email/phone to analyze and further discuss outcomes and observations. The project leader then compiles and writes a Redbooks publication using feedback and results from all those involved in the project. This rough draft is then sent to the editing team to create the final version cleaning up English as a second language issues, spelling, grammar, graphics, punctuation, clarity, readability and style.
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. .
|2. || Automated Application Delivery with Open Patterns and OpenStack, SA-W625-R01 Open|
Starts 18 Jul 2016, ends 29 Jul 2016 (2 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|3. || Microservices Best Practices for Java, SA-W613-R01 Open|
Starts 08 Aug 2016, ends 26 Aug 2016 (3 weeks) and requires 3 residents.
|4. || A Practical Guide for IBM Hybrid Integration Platform, SA-W629-R01 Open|
Starts 29 Aug 2016, ends 16 Sep 2016 (3 weeks) and requires 6 residents.
|5. || Power Systems 2016 LC Servers Technical Overview and Introduction, PW-6101-R01 Open|
Starts 12 Sep 2016, ends 23 Sep 2016 (2 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|6. || Power Systems L and LC Positioning Guide, PW-6102-R01 Open|
Starts 19 Sep 2016, ends 30 Sep 2016 (2 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|7. || IBM i 7.3 Technical Overview, PW-6005-R01 Open|
Starts 03 Oct 2016, ends 28 Oct 2016 (4 weeks) and requires 4 residents.
|8. || Power Systems PowerVM vNIC Configuration and Use, PW-6500-R01 Open|
Starts 03 Oct 2016, ends 28 Oct 2016 (4 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|9. || IBM Cloud PowerVC Manager, PW-6501-R02 Open|
Starts 03 Oct 2016, ends 14 Oct 2016 (2 weeks) and requires 2 residents.
|10. || Power Systems PowerKVM Next Generation, PW-6502-R01 Open|
Starts 03 Oct 2016, ends 21 Oct 2016 (3 weeks) and requires 3 residents.
|11. || IBM PowerHA SystemMirror for AIX Updates and Restart for Disaster Recovery Solution, PW-6202-R01 Open|
Starts 10 Oct 2016, ends 18 Nov 2016 (4 weeks) and requires 5 residents.
|12. || Implementing an IBM High Performance Computing (HPC) Clustered Solution on IBM POWER8 Next Generation, PW-6001-R01 Open|
Starts 07 Nov 2016, ends 16 Dec 2016 (4 weeks) and requires 4 residents.