Adam Thornton introduces the Linux operating system to those familiar with mainframes but new to Linux/UNIX systems.
The Linux operating system, and related GNU utilities
"What is it about that penguin?"
Linux and other Open Source software offers both technical and business benefits. To an IT executive, the technical merits of Linux may seem to be little more than geeks wanting to show off their "coolness." This presentation by Scott Courtney attempts to bridge the gap, explaining what it is about Linux that has the geeks raving, and how the "coolness" of Linux can actually translate to business advantage. PDF
Scott Courtney introduces the common Linux/UNIX text utilities, in a presentation intended for those who are comfortable with the mainframe command shells but new to Linux. Presented at SHARE 98 and at WAVV 2002. PDF
David Boyes shares his "Top 10 Practices." PDFMy “Top 10”
David Boyes' presentation on estimating capacity for Linux workloads.PDF
Presentation by David Boyes on how to use Linux for enterprise infrastructure. PDF
David Boyes explains how to use the z/VM "Programmable Operator" (PROP) facility to automate management of Linux on S/390 and zSeries systems. PDF
David Boyes shares his "Top Ten Best Practices" at the Best Practices Roundtable at VM/VSE Technical Conference, October 7-10, 2002.
David Boyes' presentations on Business DIY Part 1 at VM/VSE Technical Conference, October 7-10, 2002.
From the presentation:
- Why do it yourself?
- What are the necessary pieces?
- What tools do we have to put the pieces together?
- Where can more information be found?
David Boyes continues his presentation on Business DIY Part 2 at VM/VSE Technical Conference, October 7-10, 2002