3399 North Road
Donnelly Hall - room 237
Poughkeepsie, New York
Directions to Marist College
|9:00 AM||Continental Breakfast|
|9:30 AM||Meeting Opening - Bill Munson - Brown Brothers Harriman & CO.|
|9:45 AM||Romney White - IBM - New Features of the z/VM 5.3 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 System z servers. This session will describe the
newest features of the z/VM Control Program and how to use them.
|10:45 AM||Coffee Break|
|11:00 AM||Romney White - IBM - z/VM Live Guest Migration
z/VM Live Guest Migration moves a running guest from one z/VM system to
another with at most a brief interruption to its service. From the
guest's perspective, nothing significant changes in its environment.
This session describes z/VM's approach to creating this capability,
explains the motivation for developing it, and includes a technology
|12:00 PM||LUNCH Break
Lunch will be provided by MARIST College
|1:00 PM||Sue Baloga - IBM - VMSES support, RSU and SDO delivery
Were you aware that the z/VM operating system could be delivered electronically?
We will look at the electronic deliverables for z/VM including methods for requesting
them and what to do with them once they are received.
We will also review the z/VM service philosophy and automation in VMSES/E for service tasks.
There is no need for concern when you enter a restart record if you understand the data sources behind the automation.
|2:00 PM||Coffee Break|
|2:15 PM||Dr. Klaus Goebel - IBM - z/VSE Systems Manager
z/VSE Trends & Directions and Modernization Strategy
|3:45 PM||Questions and Answers and the IBM give away's.|
|4:00 PM||thank you very much.|