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This webcast features an interactive conversation with a panel of IBM MQ experts. Join us to get live answers to your most pressing questions on all things MQ in our “Ask Me Anything” style session. Our panel of experts will provide answers to the most commonly asked questions, covering licensing and usage, strategy and roadmap, technical matters, and more.
Amy McCormick is the principal offering Manager for IBM MQ. Her main responsibilities are identifying trends in the market, presenting innovative and creative product solutions, managing new product development and launches, and working with customers to gain maximum value from their investment in IBM MQ.
Matt Sunley is a Program Director of Offering Management for IBM MQ for z/OS. He has been working for IBM, based at the Hursley Lab in the UK, for the past 20 years. Having started with a software engineering focus, he developed into a release manager and ultimately moved into product management. Matt has a breadth of experience in the Connectivity and Application Integration segment of IBM’s software portfolio.
Matt Leming is the architect for IBM MQ on z/OS. He is based at IBM Hursley in the UK where he has worked since 2002. He has spent much of his time working on either IBM MQ, WebSphere Application Server, or both! Matt Leming is the architect for IBM MQ on z/OS. He is based at IBM Hursley in the UK where he has worked since 2002. He has spent much of his time working on either IBM MQ, WebSphere Application Server, or both!"
David is the Chief Architect of IBM MQ, IBM’s enterprise grade message queueing solution. He has responsibility and a passion for driving the architecture and innovation of IBM MQ across all its environments and form factors. He spends much of his time working with MQ’s many users across the world, teaching and learning from their experiences, which all feed back into MQ’s future direction. He has been working with messaging solutions for many years, having performed most roles possible with MQ from designing critical solutions and architecting the technology through to developing, testing and building the code.