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Metropolitan VM Users Association 119
Computer Associates Manhattan Headquarters
50th Floor - 140 Broadway
New York City, New York
The time will be from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.
|8:30 AM||Continental Breakfast|
|9:00 AM||Meeting Opening - Bill Munson
|9:30 AM||David Kreuter - VM Resources ltd
David will present on new and evolving facilities in z/VM and Linux on z/VM. This will include information on virtual network enhancements, logging methods, new uses for standard VM facilities, and what Linux for zSeries has meant for the revitalization of the z/VM product.
|10:30 AM||David Boyes - Sine Nomine Associates File-Level Linux Backups w/o Tape Drives
The talk is a description of an experiment using the
DASDtape support in the latest release of the Amanda
backup utility for Linux to interact with System
Managed Storage on z/OS and VM to drive backups to 390
tape without incurring the problems of dedicating or
moving tape drives into the Linux environment.
The talk will include a overview of the concept,
some discussion of the configuration, and where to go
to find out more about how to implement the setup.
|11:30 AM||John Wagner - Past Vice-President of MVMUA|
|12:00 AM||LUNCH provided by IBM|
|2:00 PM||Romney White - IBM The Latest and Greatest on z/VM's Control Program
The latest releases of z/VM include many enhancements to the z/VM Control Program. These include additional support for Linux guests, virtual networks, and guest connectivity, as well as technological enhancements for IBM eServer zSeries servers. This session will tell you about the newest features of the z/VM Control Program and how to use them.
|3:30 AM||Jeff Savit - Past President of MVMUA Virtualization: Past, Present, and Future
This session reviews the evolution of virtual machine
environments and virtualization from before CP/67 up
to the present. Special emphasis is given to the
"grand sequence" of VM/370 and its descendants,
with focus on how it pioneered and evolved
Also discussed are other virtual machine environments
and styles of virtualization, and current research.
An appreciation of VM is presented:
all the ideas and innovations it fostered,
the concepts it "got right", and its community.
|4:30 PM||Questions and Answers and the give away's.|
|5:00 PM||thank you very much.|