What are issues related to supporting OS/390 or z/OS in a virtual machine?
Linux and related applications running on IBM S/390 and zSeries mainframe hardware
Bay Bunch is a San Francisco Bay area group of zSeries and Linux enthusiasts.
The Bay Bunch info is available online. Click on 'Bay Bunch' from the link below.
While primarily for discussion of Linux on the S/390 platforms, a lot of VM-related discussion goes on here as well
Presentations at Hillgang User Group meetings, held in the Washington D.C. area.
Debian SSL Server Enabler is a preconfigured mainframe Linux system, developed by Sine Nomine Associates and offered for free download, that enables the use of the IBM VM SSL code shipped with z/VM 4.3 and 4.4.
Novell Inc. has announced the release of the SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server Starter System for System z, which is a pre-built mainframe Linux server that makes it easier for businesses to evaluate Linux on System z. The Starter System was developed by Sine Nomine Associates.
"Meet David Boyes." Scott Courtney interviews David in an article for Linux Planet (March 2001)
In the article "Infocrossing and S/390 Linux: An ASP's Story: A Visit to the Co-Lo Penitentiary," Scott Courtney discusses Linux hosting at a large ASP. The article appeared in Linux Planet in February 2001.
This page lists conference and user group presentations for 2007.
David Boyes attended the IBM zExpo conference in November 2004; these are the conference presentations.