Adjunct Faculty Profiles
Norman D Hollander has been in systems programming and information technology management for over four decades, specializing in operating systems, hardware planning, workload management, and performance and tuning. He is also an international recognized expert in IBM System z.
Norman is currently with IBM Corporation working with Tivoli System Management Solutions and the new zEnterprise platform. Previously, he was with CA and held positions of senior principle engineering architect, and director of product management for Mainframe 2.0, for Mainframe Software Management and for CA SYSVIEW. Prior to CA, he worked for Candle Corporation as a senior consultant in performance and monitoring solutions, again, as a System/390, z/OS, and WLM specialist. Norman has spent many years in enterprise-wide performance and capacity planning in diverse industries, including utilities, financial services, transportation, telecommunications, and higher education. In addition to the performance and capacity planning responsibilities, Norman has been a systems programmer manager and a project manager for high-profile data center projects.
Norman has been a member, a panelist, a referee, and editor and a mentor for Computer Measurement Group (CMG); EWCP Project Manager, and speaker for SHARE; a speaker for Guide/Share Europe-UK, a speaker for Guide/Share Europe-Nordic, a presenter at IBM's zUniversity (formerly zExpo); a presenter for CAWorld; a contributor to Cheryl Watson's Tuning Newsletter; a contributor to z/Journal (and staff editor); and one of the technical editors for Steve Samson's "MVS Performance Management."