May 2008 - Solaris/Developer Days Part X - slides
By unixman on May 09, 2008
Developer Days: Part X
During May 7th and 8th, in Sun's offices in NY and NJ, we had an excellent time giving updates on what Sun is doing in various engineering and field-facing organizations, fueling growth of cool technologies and solutions, especially, given our geographical location, in the financial services industry.
Below is a recap of the agenda and pertinent slides.
Please contact me if you require specifics on a customer-presented showcase highlighting "Flying Zones", and please indicate whether you would be interested in establishing a private, customer-2-customer dialogue with implementors of these technologies at CommerzBank in Frankfurt, Germany.
Dialogues such as this are common in the industry and generally serve to benefit both private organisations.
Presentation slides can be downloaded as a bundle here
09:00am Welcome Back, Quick Sun Update – Ambreesh Khanna
09:05am Solaris 10 5/08 Highlights – Isaac Rozenfeld
09:45am SVGS (Flying Zones) – Herr Michael Bartruff, Commerzbank
10:45am Amber Road & Greenplum (Open Storage) – Neal Weiss
11:15pm Solaris Network Virtualization Update – Sunay Tripathi
1:00pm Sun Thin Client/VDI – Isaac Rozenfeld, Amjad Khan
1:30pm MySQL – Philip Antoniades
2:15pm Solaris Performance Assurance – Damien Farnham
3:15pm Solaris Performance Tuning – Amjad Khan
4:00pm HPC – Dave Teszler
Hope you enjoyed attending - look for more of these events to continue in the months ahead. Please let me or your local Sun contacts know what you think, and whether you would like to present about some of your interesting use-cases to others. As a bonus, if you are interested in taking a peek at what the local NY OpenSolaris User Group community is doing on a monthly basis, have a look here: http://www.opensolaris.org/os/project/nycosug/