Biography

Dawn May

Dawn May

Dawn May is a Senior Technical Staff Member with IBM in Rochester, Minnesota. Dawn's current position is a consultant on IBM Systems Director in IBM Lab Services and Training. Prior to this, Dawn was the lead of the Performance and Scalability Services Center. Previous responsibilities include technical lead for the IBM i Systems Software Development organization and IBM i Business Architect where she had the responsibility for the overall strategy and plan for the core components of i. Dawn also had technical leadership responsibilities for i performance and diagnostic tools and led the development of the 6.1 and 7.1 performance tools enhancements, which included the "Performance" tasks in the IBM Systems Director Navigator for i Web console. Other past responsibilities include testing, SNA and TCP/ IP communications development , service tools development, and work management development.Dawn May is a senior technical staff member at IBM in Rochester, Minn. She’s the technical lead for the IBM i Systems Software Development organization and an IBM i Business Architect. Dawn’s responsible for the overall strategy and plan for the core components of i. Dawn also has technical leadership responsibilities for i performance and diagnostic tools; she led the development of the 6.1 performance tools enhancements, which includes the new Performance tasks in the IBM Systems Director Navigator for i5/OS Web console. Past responsibilities include testing, SNA and TCP/ IP communications development, service tools development and work management development.

Articles by Dawn May

PowerHA for SMB | March 2016 | POWER

February 2017 IBM i Announcements | February 2017 | POWER

Sky-High Performance | August 2009 | IBM i

A Command Performance | November 2008 | IBM i

iDoctor vs. IBM i 6.1 Performance Tools | October 2008 | IBM i

Analyzing Disk Watcher Data | May 2008 | IBM i

What You Need to Know to Develop a User-Defined TCP/IP Server | May 2005 | IBM i

Associating Device Descriptions to User Profiles | June 2004 | IBM i

Considerations for Setting Up Workstation Entries | May 2004 | IBM i

Why Consider Multiple Subsystems? | April 2004 | IBM i


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