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Moreover, in this release, Db2 Tools added AI-infused features that can improve operational efficiency, optimize actionable insights and provide intelligent integration. 

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SPEAKERS:

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 Maureen (Mo) Townsend has served as Director of Development, Db2  for z/OS since 2018. In this role, she leads worldwide development for  IBM’s flagship enterprise database, Db2 for z/OS, leveraging her deep  background in agile software development, organizational  transformation, and mainframe software development and operations to  inspire her team and delight clients.

10226846466?profile=RESIZE_180x180Haakon Roberts has over 30 years' experience working with DB2 on the  mainframe platform covering various aspects of systems programming,  database administration, software support and development. He is a  Distinguished Engineer at the IBM Silicon Valley Laboratory in San Jose,  California, the chief technical architect for DB2 for z/OS Utilities and  Tools, and a leading expert in data integrity, availability, and problem  resolution. He is a regular speaker on these and other topics.

10226847664?profile=RESIZE_180x180Tim Willging joined the Rocket Software team in 2005 and was named a  distinguished engineer in 2015 and subsequently VP of Engineering. With over 25 years developing enterprise software tools, Tim has  architected and authored several database products focusing on backup  and recovery, cloning, administration, monitoring and change  management. He has recently been focusing on solutions for advanced  analytics on z/OS. He is currently based in Chicago, and is an alumnus of  Northern Illinois University with an emphasis in theoretical computing

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