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Th30 - 10.10-10.55 SSLUG - How, what and where?
Speaker: Kalle Andersson, SSLUG
How does a Linux user group with
more than 4000 members function? What makes SSLUG different from other LUGs,
what makes us special? Ideas about running and managing LUGs.
Th31 - 10.55-11.35 UnixWare Non Stop Clusters, Singel System Image today
Speaker: Nils-Petter Gustavsson, SCO
Th32 - 11.35-12.15 ADiCT - The Anarchists Distributed event Calendar.
Speaker: Hans Schou - DOA, Dictator Of ADiCT.
ADiCT is a work in progress, but
it lays the foundation for a distributed eventcalander that can be used to organize
events held by different organizations in an area, or country, so that it is
easy to find interesting events one wishes to attend.
Th33 - 13.30-14.10 SAN ENABLED STORAGE - VERITAS delivers the Software Foundation for SANs, Storage Area Networks
Speaker: Billy Naples, Sr Product Manager, VERITAS Software, UK
eBusiness is changing the face of the data center, and SANs play a key role in keeping all that information safe and available in today's rapidly changing, "24 x forever" business environment.
VERITAS storage management software
enables your data center to support the demands of eBusiness with a wide range
of critical SAN applications. From non-disruptive on-line storage management
to LAN Free backup or clustering--all are available today from VERITAS to virtualize
networked storage resources through centralized management and automation across
Th34 - 14.10-14.50 The Effnet filtering technology
Speaker: Dag Henning, key account manager and Erik Lundgren, Chief technical officer
Effnet develop and market networking products and technology that provide optimal efficiency, security and flexibility.
By using highly efficient algorithms and data structures, Effnet technology breaks conventional performance barriers for table-lookups and filtering operations.
Th35 - 15.10-15.50 A tale of two ports - Linux on System/390
Speaker: Neale Ferguson has worked with VM for 19 years. He was one of the developers of the i370-ibm-linux port contributing to the I/O and memory management components of the project. Since the announcement and publication of the s390-ibm-linux patches he has spent his spare time exercising the code, porting major applications and utilties and developing educational material so that others can get up and running. Neale currently works for Sterling Software in Reston Virginia.