IBM: Russell Bee, ‘Enterprise Architecture’
Russell Bee, Lead Product Architect, IBM
Russell is the Lead Product Architect responsible for the IBM Maximo Oil and Gas and Maximo Health Safety and Environment Manager products. He has been working with the Maximo product for the past fifteen years. Russell works closely with the worldwide IBM customer base to identify common customer requirements and build these into product. An Engineer by training, Russell spent ten years in the aerospace industry working on aircraft systems design before entering the oil and gas industry working for Kennedy and Donkin on the design and implementation of plant control systems, becoming Engineering Manager for Oil and Gas. Russell has a BSc in Aeronautical Engineering and MSc in Electronic Engineering from the University of Salford. He has an MBA from the Manchester Business School where he is also a Visiting Fellow.
Guru Lecture: ‘Enterprise architecture: From cathedrals to the cloud’
“This lecture will reflect on the work of well known IBM architects of the past, providing examples of their work. It will then consider some of the current issues in designing enterprise software applications using IBM’s Maximo and Blueworks Live products. The focus will be on how we can capture and model user requirements and then deliver product to meet those requirements.”