Sine Nomine Associates is proud to announce that our SNA- NJE/IP bridge technology now supports open systems (Linux, Solaris and AIX) and Windows in IPv4 and IPv6 environments providing bi-directional communications capability.
Ken Starks, who writes and publishes The Blog of Helios, was a featured speaker at the recent Ohio LinuxFest in Columbus, Ohio. He writes about his experience at the conference in an article for Foss Force.
Sine Nomine Associates (SNA) congratulates the OpenAFS project for establishing a legal entity, The OpenAFS Foundation, Inc., in order “to nurture and evolve the OpenAFS technology, to foster the OpenAFS community of experts, and to attract and increase the community of OpenAFS users” in the future.
These presentations are from the September 17, 2014 meeting of the Hillgang, a Washington DC area mainframe user group.
Sine Nomine Associates is a sponsor of the 2014 VM Workshop which will take place June 26-28, 2014 at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University in Greensboro, North Carolina.
In an entry on his blog, Sine Nomine Associates principle engineer Neale Ferguson celebrates the 50th anniversary of the announcement of the IBM System/360 aka "The Mainframe".
Through a new partnership with Amcotec in South Africa, Sine Nomine services and products and services are now available in a way that delivers BEE points and provides local service representatives in Africa.