Dr. Bernard Domanski Link to Dr Bernie's Vita
Bernie Domanski is a world-renown figure in the performance and capacity arena.
He has worked with many of the Fortune 500 companies as well as numerous US
federal and state government agencies. Dr Bernie has
worked on the full array of performance and capacity problems, including
characterization and forecasting,
the creation and execution of simulation as well as queuing models,
extensive and comprehensive
benchmarking studies on s/390 mainframes, UNIX-based hardware, and
the development performance tools
that encompass advanced statistical techniques.
Bernie has worked with many
of the major vendors in the performance industry on popular products in use
today. He has lectured both nationally and internationally on performance,
capacity, and systems management, and has been one of the most popular speakers
in the field for nearly 20 years. He has published and presented nearly
100 papers in major conference and trade publications and journals. He is
a recipient of the A. A. Michelson lifetime achievement award for making
fundamental contributions to the Computer Performance Evaluation field.
Bernie is a tenured
Professor in Computer Science for the City University of New York for over 20
years, and has been the recipient of numerous grants as well as awards for his
excellence in teaching. With a total of nearly 30 years in data
processing, Dr Bernie stays on top of
current technologies by teaching about them; most recently, he has taught
advanced courses in Visual C++, Java, Visual Basic, and Visual Basic .NET.
He continues his research into difficult performance problems, and in recent
years, has focused on autonomic computing systems performance, as well as the
continued application of techniques in artificial intelligence to performance