With over 25 years of experience, I have participated in a wide variety of projects where he has acquired skills in a large number of different disciplines. In 1991, I started my career at IBM as a software developer for mainframe environments; 5 years later I joined the AS/400 team as the owner of the code for the DB2/400 ODBC driver. In 2001, I was invited to participate in the development of device drivers for IBM point of sale hardware under Linux Red Hat environments. In that project, I obtained a patent thanks to the design and implementation of an ultra-fast algorithm to process commands in the point of sales IBM printer. Subsequently, I joined the storage team, developing the microcode for the IBM 3494 enterprise tape library. In 2009, I participated in the foundation and opening of the Guadalajara Executive Briefing Center, creating real time demos and giving presentations to clients on IBM Storage solutions. In 2007, I was named Offering Manager for the IBM DS3700 family and other High-Performance Storage solutions. Currently, I am worldwide marketing manager for the IBM DS8000 enterprise storage family and storage solutions for Cyber Resilience.