Sine Nomine Associates is proud that our in-house team, led by Michael Meffie, has contributed to the new OpenAFS Major release OpenAFS 1.8.0 Alpha. You can find information on the release and the distribution at http://openafs.org/.
The countdown to the 2018 VM Workshop at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, NC continues with a little over a month to complete your registration. Please keep in mind that in order to receive a complimentary polo shirt and the dinner reception, your registration must be received by May 31.
The OpenAFS Guardians are happy to announce the availability of thefirst release in a new stable series of releases, OpenAFS 1.8.0. Source files can be accessed via the web at: https://www.openafs.org/release/openafs-1.8.0.html.
This section contains presentations made by the Hillgang Group, a Mainframe Linux and VM user group which meets in the Washington D.C. area. There are also selected presentations by representatives from other companies, posted here with permission of the authors.
Consultant James Porell has written a four-part blog series on the opportunities and challenges he encountered migrating a Java application from x86 Docker containers to System z Docker. Sine Nomine Associates’ own Neale Ferguson, creator of the CentOS Linux distribution for System z, is cited in Part Two.
The 2018 VM Workshop committee is looking for presentation submissions for the upcoming June event at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, NC. Presentations must be on topics related to z/VM, z/VSE, and Linux on IBM Z.
The mainframe is a dinosaur, right? Not so says Cameron Seay, Assistant Professor at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. In a lecture, posted on YouTube, Seay gives reasons why a career programming for mainframes is a smart decision.
VMWorkshop 2018 has been scheduled for June 28-30 in Greensboro, NC. According to the website, "The VM Workshop is a grassroots non-profit organization made up of customers, ISVs, and business partners with an interest in the use and growth of the z/VM platform and Linux on IBM Z."