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.
As of March 1, 2014, SNA will terminate product support, services and application support for HP/UX on HP PA-RISC and Integrity systems.
In the tradition of releasing something nifty to the community as a holiday gift (the subject line is the historical reference to the annual posting of such gifts to the venerable VMSHARE conference from long, long ago), SNA is pleased to provide two gifts to the community for 2013.
At the end of a two-week assignment in Istanbul, Turkey, a Sine Nomine Associates engineering team found itself in a quandary: What to do with a scanner/printer purchased for the job, but too large and heavy to practically ship back home? The team's solution brought smiles to a local teacher and his class.
Sine Nomine Associates engineers Mike Meffie and Andrew Deason were on the program of the October 16-18, 2012 European AFS and Kerberos Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland. Video of several of the talks are available from the web links below.
Come and enjoy two and a half days of technical discussions and presentations with members of the z/VM and Linux on System z community. There's nothing to join, no membership requirements, and it's only $100.00 per person plus transportation and accommodations.
These are presentations from the March 2011 meeting of the Hillgang, a Washington DC area mainframe user group. Some of the material in this section is provided courtesy other organizations, and posted here with permission of the copyright owners.
Sine Nomine is pleased to announce the availability of SSH v2, SCP and SFTP utilities for CMS systems. The commands provide the ability to perform encrypted file transfer and terminal sessions from CMS to other hosts supporting the SSH, SCP and SFTP protocols.
Ten years ago today, the OpenAFS project was borne by a small group of individuals at CMU--its corpus owing to the generosity of IBM, which cast forth a largely complete version of its AFS 3.6 source tree under the IBM public license. It's certainly been a long and arduous journey; here's hoping we can keep this ship alive and smoothly sailing for another ten...