An article by Adam Thornton originally published in Technical Support (December 2000) discusses Linux for System/390 for designing and deploying large-scale Internet service provider (ISP) and Internet data center (IDC) infrastructure solutions.
Linux and related applications running on IBM S/390 and zSeries mainframe hardware
This article by Adam Thornton (November 2000) describes the content and construction of a test plan for implementing a World Wide Web (WWW) virtual server farm and supporting Linux for S/390 infrastructure for a large telecommunications company.
Appended below are 4 files which are a insserv-safe version of the Oracle instance startup script, modified to take advantage of the "standard" Yast features and /etc/sysconfig support. I also split up the database startup and the SQL*net startup by putting each into a separate script and adding a dependency on the database startup for sqlnet to initialize. All the configuration variables are pulled out into /etc/sysconfig files, and you can edit them individually with the YaST sysconfig editor.
This paper is targeted to decision makers and technical staff responsible for evaluating platform hosting decisions. Some technical familiarity with infrastructure design principles is assumed.
The files below are the SNA presentations from the 2007 WAVV meeting in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Please feel free to download and share them with your colleages.
Here are the Sine Nomine presentations from the IBM zExpo held in April in Munich. This page provides a way to download the presentations and supporting materials that were not completed by the submission deadline for the conference CD available.
Diagram of point to point network for network design discussion.