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z86VM - for example..
...what if you could put computer technology within reach of every student...?
This mainframe can literally host thousands of PC's virtually. Why not let it...?
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!ANOTHER UPDATE: The system formerly known as z/Vos will henceforth be known as z86VM™. Slightly more about this can be found on the z86VM blog»
!UPDATE: Just want to thank everyone who was in attendance for the SHARE presentation. So...Now that the concept has officially been laid bare, we are initiating a development blog as a means of keeping you informed of the progress being made on z86VM. Thank you again for your time and interest. If you have any questions or comments, we sincerely welcome the dialogue...
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SHARE in Austin
March 1-6, 2009
Austin Convention Center
We will be unveiling our newest product, z86VM as the cornerstone of our Utility Virtualization product line. Come find out how this new technology takes the next stride in the infrastructure virtualization process. Here is the basic outline of what we'll be discussing:
|Title of Presentation:||x86 Virtualization Technology for System z|
|Where:||Austin Convention Center, Room 18A|
|When:||Friday - March 6, 2009 - 8:00-9:00 AM|
|Program:||Linux & VM|
|Track:||Virtualizing Servers, Virtualization in the Datacenter|
|Speaker:||Gary Dennis, CEO Mantissa Corporation|
Over the last decade IBM has quietly opened a world of virtualization possibilities through changes in the System z instruction set and advances in their chip technology. These changes have made possible x86 virtualization alternatives never imagined. Find out how you can leverage System z to achieve x86 virtualization goals faster and more cost effectively than you ever thought possible. Learn how you can deploy and manage native x86 Windows® and Linux images under z/VM. Gain an understanding of how you can simplify operations and more easily reach virtualization and cost containment goals through:
Learn more about z86VM, the system that makes this virtualization alternative possible. Gain first-hand knowledge of:
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