IBM Systems Technical University- Orlando 2017

Ron Gordon, Director of Power Systems, will be a featured speaker at IBM Systems Technical University in Orlando, FL.

We hope you’ll join Ron in his sessions to learn about Linux on IBM Power Systems and IBM Power Systems productivity tools.

Monday, May 22nd
Location: Sabal E
Time: 4:30 PM

How Linux is developed and optimized for IBM Power Systems

This session will review the development cycle of the Linux Kernel and the Linux distributions. Power Systems offer unique value over x86 commodity servers and this session will review how Linux is optimized for Power Systems and what makes Power Systems the platform of choice for certain application types.

Wednesday, May 24th
Location: Sabal E
Time: 1:30 PM

Latest offering for Linux on IBM Power

The Linux and IBM Power Systems world is constantly changing with new releases, systems, support, T&Cs, virtualization, etc. This session presents the latest changes to the dynamic world of Linux on Power.

Thursday, May 25th
Location: Sabal E
Time: 9:00 AM

Taking the mystery out of IBM Power servers options for Linux

POWER based systems offer a wide range of systems ranging from small scale-out systems to large capacity enterprise class systems. The characteristics of virtualization, accelerators, Endianness, capacities, and adapters can vary significantly based on the server model. This session clarifies the various options to help you choose the Power System best aligned to the application need.

Thursday, May 25th
Location: Sabal A
Time: 4:30 PM

Fifty-five productivity tools and aids for IBM Power Systems

Beyond the basic AIX, IBM i, and Linux capabilities there is a large set of products and tools to support operations, security, management, and performance for Power Systems. This session presents a rapid overview of over 55 tools and aids available to enhance productivity in the Power environment.