MVMUA Meeting 136

MVMUA 136, January 21st, 2009

                                Metropolitan VM Users Association 136
                                               January 21st, 2009
                                            CA - Computer Associates
                                              520 Madison Avenue
                                                 22nd Floor
                                           New York, NY 10022
This is the 136th meeting of MVMUA, and our 35th anniversary! In honor of the 
occasion we're planning to celebrate our history with VM and the future of VM and MVMUA. 
We hope to have some long-time friends of VM and MVMUA present sessions on VM technologies, 
stories, and opportunities. 
Since this is a special occasion, CA will be hosting breakfast and lunch, MVMUA will also 
be providing special gifts to attendees. It is essential that you RSVP so we can reserve 
space (and seating will be limited) and make arrangements for any special dietary requirements. 
Only 4 people from each site, please! You can RSVP to either Bill Munson (201-418-7588) at or Eric Schuler-Dalverny (212-736-4433 ext. 3628) at 
Due to the holiday Monday and the Inauguration Tuesday the MVMUA meeting is Wednesday, we are 
planning to have most of our activities in the morning, followed by lunch and giving out the 
MVMUA-branded gifts. Members should feel free to leave early in the afternoon after having 
shared in the celebration of 35 years. 
We hope to see you there, 
Bill Munson, President 
9:00 AM Meeting Opening - Bill Munson - Brown Brothers Harriman & CO. 
The MVMUA Board of Directors will report on MVMUA activities and will entertain questions, 
suggestions, and comments from the members. 
9:15 AM Leonard J. Santalucia - CTO & Business Development Manager - Vicom Infinity - TBD
10:30 AM Vincent Re - Senior VP & Chief Architect - Computer Associates - What is New at CA regarding LINUX on System z  
12:00 PM LUNCH - Provided by Computer Associates  
Other sessions will be announced the day of the meeting. Maybe sooner. 
Keep revisiting the MVMUA Web Site for updates. Expect the unexpected!