Mark N Ziebarth

age ~75

from Cameron Park, CA

Also known as:
  • Mark Ziebarth
  • Mark Living Ziebarth
  • Martin Ziebarth
  • James Vanfleet
  • James Van Fleet

Mark Ziebarth Phones & Addresses

  • Cameron Park, CA
  • El Dorado, CA
  • 1120 Appian Way, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
  • Denver, CO
  • San Jose, CA

Work

  • Position:
    Service Occupations

Education

  • Degree:
    Associate degree or higher

Emails

Medicine Doctors

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Mark J. Ziebarth

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Description:
Mr. Ziebarth works in Maple Grove, MN and 1 other location and specializes in Psychiatry. Mr. Ziebarth is affiliated with Mercy Hospital.

Resumes

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Us Patents

  • System And Method For Processing Transactions In A Multisystem Database Environment

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  • US Patent:
    7406511, Jul 29, 2008
  • Filed:
    Aug 26, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/228148
  • Inventors:
    Steven Michael Bock - Bainbridge Island WA,
    Thomas Phillip Bridges - Morgan Hill CA,
    Richard G. Hannan - Sun Lakes AZ,
    Steve T. Kuo - San Jose CA,
    Richard Schneider - San Jose CA,
    Judy Y. Tse - San Jose CA,
    Vern Lee Watts - Los Altos CA,
    Jack Chiu-Chiu Yuan - San Jose CA,
    Jerome Joseph Zentner - Zephyr Cove NV,
    Mark Neal Ziebarth - Morgan Hill CA,
  • Assignee:
    International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
  • International Classification:
    G06F 15/16
  • US Classification:
    709219, 707 2, 707 3, 707 8, 707 9, 707 10, 709225, 709226, 718105
  • Abstract:
    A system for satisfying a request from a client for a send-then-commit transaction includes a front-end information management system (IMS) server. Shared message queues (SMQ) communicate with the front-end IMS server and plural back-end IMS. The front-end IMS server receives the request from the client and transmits the request to the SMQ. A back-end IMS server accesses the SMQ and generates a transaction output in response to the request. The back-end IMS server transmits the result to the front-end IMS server and the front-end IMS server interfaces with the client to communicate the response thereto. The back-end IMS server and front-end IMS server operate in separate system images, but work together in a resource recovery services (RRS) environment to commit or backout the transaction output.
  • System And Method For Processing Transactions In A Multisystem Database Environment

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  • US Patent:
    7814176, Oct 12, 2010
  • Filed:
    May 30, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/130336
  • Inventors:
    Steven Michael Bock - Bainbridge Island WA,
    Thomas Phillip Bridges - Morgan Hill CA,
    Richard G. Hannan - Sun Lakes AZ,
    Steve T. Kuo - San Jose CA,
    Richard Schneider - San Jose CA,
    Judy Y. Tse - San Jose CA,
    Vern Lee Watts - Los Altos CA,
    Jack Chiu-Chiu Yuan - San Jose CA,
    Jerome Joseph Zentner - Zephyr Cove NV,
    Mark Neal Ziebarth - Morgan Hill CA,
  • Assignee:
    International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
  • International Classification:
    G06F 15/16
    G06F 15/173
    G06F 9/46
  • US Classification:
    709219, 709225, 709226, 718105
  • Abstract:
    A system for satisfying a request from a client for a send-then-commit transaction includes a front-end information management system (IMS) server. Shared message queues (SMQ) communicate with the front-end IMS server and plural back-end IMS. The front-end IMS server receives the request from the client and transmits the request to the SMQ. A back-end IMS server accesses the SMQ and generates a transaction output in response to the request. The back-end IMS server transmits the result to the front-end IMS server and the front-end IMS server interfaces with the client to communicate the response thereto. The back-end IMS server and front-end IMS server operate in separate system images, but work together in a resource recovery services (RRS) environment to commit or backout the transaction output.
  • Affinity-Based Transaction Processing

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  • US Patent:
    8131872, Mar 6, 2012
  • Filed:
    May 30, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/130746
  • Inventors:
    Michael Bruce Kennedy - San Jose CA,
    Robert Mark Magid - Monroe Township NJ,
    Mark Neal Ziebarth - Morgan Hill CA,
  • Assignee:
    International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
  • International Classification:
    G06F 15/173
  • US Classification:
    709241
  • Abstract:
    A transaction message is received at a router. A determination is made whether the transaction message includes an affinity. The affinity indicates an administrator-specified preference regarding processing of the transaction message. When the transaction message includes the affinity, a server system to process the transaction message is identified based on the affinity and based on a system affinity of the server system. The system affinity specifies processing characteristics of the server system. The server system includes a set of servers. The transaction message is modified to identify the server system and routed to a message queue.
  • Affinity-Based Transaction Processing

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  • US Patent:
    8285872, Oct 9, 2012
  • Filed:
    Jan 23, 2012
  • Appl. No.:
    13/356262
  • Inventors:
    Michael Bruce Kennedy - San Jose CA,
    Robert Mark Magid - Monroe Township NJ,
    Mark Neal Ziebarth - Morgan Hill CA,
  • Assignee:
    International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
  • International Classification:
    G06F 15/173
  • US Classification:
    709241
  • Abstract:
    A router receives a transaction message. The router determines whether the transaction message may include an affinity indicating a preference regarding processing of the transaction message. The transaction message may be modified to include an identification of a server system to process the modified transaction message based on the determination of the affinity. The router may route the modified transaction message to a coupling facility. A notification message may be received from the coupling facility, where the notification message requests a server associated with or including the router to send a bid to process the modified transaction message. The router may send the bid to process the modified transaction message to the coupling facility. An authorization message, to process the modified transaction message, may be received from the coupling facility based on a timestamp of the bid.
  • System And Method For Generating Messages For Use In Transaction Networks

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  • US Patent:
    55443257, Aug 6, 1996
  • Filed:
    Mar 21, 1994
  • Appl. No.:
    8/215348
  • Inventors:
    George S. Denny - San Jose CA
    Robert S. Lai - San Jose CA
    Sherry H. Li - Morgan Hill CA
    Joseph F. Murphy - San Jose CA
    Hoang M. Nguyen - San Jose CA
    Mark N. Ziebarth - Morgan Hill CA
  • Assignee:
    International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
  • International Classification:
    H04L 2908
    H04L 1200
    G06F 1342
  • US Classification:
    39520017
  • Abstract:
    A communication system includes a network of transaction management systems having the same or different operating system software versions. Each transaction management system includes an associated input device for generating a transaction request or message switch. The transaction requests and message switches generated by a particular input device can be executed by the transaction management system associated with the device, and alternatively by remote transaction management systems in the network. To provide for remote execution of transaction requests and message switches, the system includes means for generating transaction request messages and message switch messages that have prefixes which can be dynamically extended as required for use by the appropriate remote transaction management system, without requiring upgrading the software of the remote system.

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Friends:
Debbie Adams Scott, Ruth Hallman Ellis, Richard Doyle Sanderson, Michael Sowell
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Youtube

CBC RADIO Mark Ziebarth

Mark Ziebarth defends his actions on CBC RADIO Daybreak South

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    People & Blogs
  • Uploaded:
    28 Sep, 2012
  • Duration:
    8m 15s

Classmates

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Schools:
Chichester High School Boothwyn PA 1979-1983
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Schools:
Jefferson High School Alexandria MN 1978-1982
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Chichester High School, B...

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Graduates:
Milissa Stonehocker (1983-1987),
Luann Melchek (1985-1989),
Richard Simmons (1966-1970),
Mark Ziebarth (1979-1983),
Patricia Smith (1981-1985)
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Jefferson High School, Al...

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Graduates:
Mark Ziebarth (1978-1982),
Ken Herrly (1975-1979),
Wendy Baker (1981-1985),
Georgeann Steidl (1990-1994),
Debra Jellison (1978-1982)

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