3399 North Road
Kondysar Presentation Room, HC 2023
Poughkeepsie, New York
|8:30 AM||Continental Breakfast - Breakfast provided by Marist College|
|8:50 AM||Bill Munson - Brown Brothers Harriman & CO. - Meeting Opening|
|9:00 AM||Howard Baker - IBM - Joint Studies at Marist
9:00 - 9:15 - Marist/IBM Joint Study Overview - H Baker
9:15 - 9:40 - Enterprise Computing Research Lab Projects - D.Rohde, Junior IT Major, Marist College
9:40 - 10:10 - Software Defined Networking and OpenFlow at Marist - Ryan Flaherty, Grad CS, and Jason Parrago, Junior CS, Marist College
10:10 - 10:35 - Defect Analytics Project - Michael Gildein, IBM and Andrew Evans, Junior CS, Marist College (Pending IBM Approval)
10:35 - 10:45 - Q&A
|10:45 AM||Coffee Break|
|11:00 AM||Rick Tarcza - IBM - The new VSwitch HiperSockets Bridge support
A new VSwitch HiperSockets Bridge Port is available in z/VM 6.2.0. This new technology allows a z/VM virtual machine to exploit both high speed LPAR to LPAR TCP/IP HiperSockets communication in addition to external network connectivity and flexibility provided by a VSwitch with only a single guest network connection. This presentation illustrates how to configure and exploit this new VSwitch feature.
|12:00 PM||LUNCH Break - provided by Marist College|
|1:00 PM||Tom Hellar - IBM - Business Analytics and IBM System Z
Businesses of all sizes want to maximize the value of their business
data, the stored knowledge of their business and their customers.
The pressure to make fast decisions in response to changes in
business conditions or to spot new opportunities grows every year.
There has been a huge increase in the requirements for access to all
types of transactional data to support the required decision making processes.
|2:00 PM||Coffee Break|
|2:15 PM||Kevin Dixon - VICOM - "Big Data"
Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence and Business Analytics are not new to the IT industry, but Big Data is changing the way that businesses manage and utilize their information. This presentation will help define the terminology, discuss some of the newer technology available in the industry, and provide a brief overview of IBMs approach to the Big Data opportunity.
|3:15 PM||Coffee Break|
|3:30 PM||Mike MacIsaac - IBM - The Cloud Computing Cookbook
The "Virtualization Cookbook" for System z, usually in the form of a Redbook, has been a popular reference for many years. It has been updated for 2012 and renamed "The Cloud Computing Cookbook". This presentation will focus on the latest function provided in z/VM 6.2. New sections of the book, including Live Guest Relocation, some new small REXX EXECs, enabling and using DirMaint and SMAPI, and both RHEL and SLES Linux will be addressed. It is hoped that new material will be announced at the presentation.
|4:30 PM||Closing / Questions / Comments and the IBM give away|
|5:00 PM||Meeting adjourned and thanks to Marist College for everything.|