Chris Loosley has been a Senior Internet Consultant and Director of Consulting with Keynote Systems Inc. He has been a technical background in the design and performance of database systems, and over 25 years experience in the field of software performance engineering.Before joining Keynote, Mr. Loosley was the Managing Director of ICCM Forum, the web portal for performance matters maintained by the Institute for Computer Capacity Management (ICCM). Prior to that, as a founding partner of Database Associates, he consulted to both software vendors and corporate IT departments on many aspects of Enterprise information systems architecture and design.During his 16 years with IBM, he worked as a developer on the first releases of both IMS/VS and DB2, specializing in performance measurement and tuning. For Codd and Date, Chris taught the first public classes on DB2 performance. At BACHMAN, he led the development of the BACHMAN DBA for DB2, the first of the modern generation of graphical database design tools.Mr. Loosley has been the author of "High-Performance Client/Server", published by John Wiley in 1998, and is well known for his articles and columns in the trade press, and his seminars on performance related subjects all over the world. Mr. Loosley was appointed to the Board of Directors of theComputer Measurement Group (CMG), the industry association for performance professionals.
Past events by this speaker
- From 05/19/03 to 05/21/03 - Building High-Performance Web Applications
- From 06/03/02 to 06/05/02 - Building High-Performance Web Applications
- From 10/22/01 to 10/24/01 - WebIT 2001: Architectures and Solutions for Enterprise e-Business Integration
- From 10/17/01 to 10/19/01 - Building High-Performance Web Applications
- From 04/18/01 to 04/20/01 - Building High-Performance Web Applications