Metropolitan VM Users Association 164
27th Floor - 2 Penn Plaza
7th Ave, and 32nd St.
New York City, New York
(Right above Penn Station)
Note: You have to follow the security guidelines for IBI.
|8:30 AM||Breakfast provided by Vicom Infinity, Inc.|
|9:00 AM||Eric Schuler-Dalverny - IBI - Meeting Opening|
|9:15 AM||Lee LaFrese & Curtis Ryan- IntelliMagic - IntelliMagic Vision
Despite enterprise-class features in your high-end storage systems, performance problems may still
reduce your application availability. Making these currently unpredictable incidents more predictable
and avoidable is possible. But it requires a new approach.
|10:45 AM||Coffee Break|
|11:00 AM||Rita Guidry - CA - VM:Secure for z/VM in a Single System Image.
Overview of CA VM:Secure for z/VM in a Single System Image (SSI) Cluster
|12:00 AM||LUNCH Break - Lunch provided by Vicom Infinity, Inc.|
|1:00 PM|| Eric Farman - IBM -KVM
KVM is becoming more and more popular on a lot of platforms, from embedded to enterprise scale systems. This growth continues with the announcement and introduction of KVM for IBM z Systems. One might think that there are enough introductions to KVM out there in the Internet already, but this will introduce KVM concepts in a fashion that will be familiar to experienced z/VM System Administrators And now that the foundation has been laid, Part 2 will enhance your knowledge by focusing on more use cases and examples beyond the introductory terminology and comparisons.
|2:00 PM||Coffee Break|
|2:15 PM||Reed Mullen - IBM - LINUXONE
Linux Your Way, Linux Without Limits, Open Source Software, a new Linux distribution, a new Hypervisor, .... What is LinuxOne and what was announced at LinuxCon in August? This session will outline details of the LinuxOne announcement, the all Linux z Server offerings (Emperor and Rockhopper), and new Hypervisor and distribution options. We will also cover the "Open Mainframe Project" and Open Source enablement so you can start talking about how System z now supports Chef, Puppet, MariaDB, MongoDB, PostgreSQL etc. with all your IT friends.
|3:15 PM||Coffee Break|
|3:30 PM||Mike MacIsaac - ADP- Maintaining z/VM conde on LINUX
Organizations running z/VM and zLinux usually do "scripting" on both platforms. As the amount of code and configuration data grows, it is best to have a source code control system. If the desire is to keep the source code in just one place, a choice must be made whether to have it on z/VM or Linux. Because of the ubiquity of Linux, this presentation will recommend keeping your code on Linux. It will describe how to set up a subversion server for Linux code, and then extend it to z/VM using open source software that <will become/is> freely available
|4:30 PM||Questions / Comments|
|5:00 PM||Meeting adjourned and thanks to IBI and Vicom Infinity, Inc.|