I found this beautiful opportunity with Deborah Carbo, Director of Product Management at Broadcom Mainframe division. We, at SHARE 2019 in Pittsburgh in America, conversed about her roles and responsibilities, the SHARE Pittsburgh 2019 event and community, Mainframe skills development, Broadcom’s Vitality & Associate Software Engineer (ASE) programme, Women in IT, Broadcom’s latest offerings, mainframe technology future, and plenty more.
Deborah told us about her roles and responsibilities at Broadcom as the director of product
management. She not only talked about what is mainframe skills development but also mentioned how she brings products to market successfully and makes efforts to decipher customer issues that involve performance and security and other related solutions to address workload that keep businesses running product management.
Dez asked to give all the users a little insight into those two areas that they’re focused on, particularly around the database space and then the workload management.
She later stated the importance of Broadcom IDMS and datacom, the two foundational database management systems, on which most of the customers worldwide are dependent and have built a tremendous amount of workload around.
She added that at Broadcom what they are trying to do is contribute to the ecosystem, in order to solve the issue in partnership with other vendors, in partnership with our customers etc.
Dez appreciates Deborah for the number of young girls that would come through this thing and ask about the webinar held that day at breakfast and what was the purpose of it.
She even mentioned a vitality program and more programmes to promote intelligent women to believe that they have a route and space to grow in Mainframe and learn mainframe technology’s future scope.
While concluding Dez congratulated Deborah for the amazing Rapidshare 2019 and emphasised how the community continues to grow and d I sense and how it just gets bigger and better every year.
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