Log of Atlanta UNIX User Group Meetings



Recent and Upcoming Meetings
Log of Past Meetings

Recent and Upcoming Meetings

Date

 

 

 

yy.mm.dd

Topic

Speaker(s)

Additional Info

13.01.07

(no meeting facility available)

13.02.04

3D Printing

Ron Robertson

13.03.04

Web-site hacking: new threats and new defenses

Brent Laminack

13.04.01

Atlanta’s I.T. Job Market: trends and how to advance!

Brian Mack

13.05.06

systemd: Meet the new Sheriff

Marc Torres

13.06.03

Bitcoin

Peter Wan

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13.07.01

OpenNMS

Jeff Gehlbach

13.08.05

(open forum)

13.09.02

(no meeting; Labor Day)

13.10.07

Abusing the Cloud for Fun & Profit

 Alan Pinstein

13.11.04

PHP/Sysadmin

Shawn Stratton

13.12.02

Rasberry Pi

Brandon Wood

14.01.06

(Postponed: meeting room not accessible)

14.02.03

Current Atlanta job market

CCCi

14.03.03

Agile in a Shared Services Environment

Isaac Hogue

 

14.04.07

 

 

14.05.05

 

 

 

14.06.02

 

 

 

14.07.07

 

 

 

14.08.04

 

 

 

14.09.01

 

 

 

14.10.06

 

 

 

 



Log of Past Meetings  

Date: yy.mm.dd

Topic

Speaker(s)

Additional Info

85.02.01

First Steering Committee Meeting to form AUUG

 

 

85.03.04

First AUUG Meeting, Get acquainted

 

 

85.04.01

Tutorials on UUCP and USENET (Netnews)

Gene Spafford & Lindsay Cleveland

 

85.05.08

Future Directions of UNIX

Bill Joy

 

85.06.03

AT&T 7300 PC Presentation and Demonstration

Miriam Trimble

 

85.07.01

UNIX on Small Systems

Phil Dalrymple

 

85.08.05

Comparison of some UNIX-based Database Systems

Doug Waite

 

85.09.09

INGRESS Database Manager Presentation

Robb Bingham

 

85.10.07

Demonstrations of various CAD/CAM Systems

Phil Dalrymple

 

85.11.04

Office Automation, Present and Future Trends

Don Stewart

 

85.12.02

SCCS and MAKE Tutorials

Phil Dalrymple & Lindsay Cleveland

 

86.01.06

How to Market a Software Product

Charlotte Arneach

 

86.02.03

Document Processing with INTERLEAF

Wayne Randolph

 

86.03.03

Presentation on the IBM PC/RT

Gina Beach

 

86.04.07

Real-time use of UNIX as implemented by MASSCOMP.

Kent Blackett

 

86.05.05

UNIX Security

George Hamstra

 

86.06.02

AT&T's Networking - ISN & STARLAN

Bill Griffeth

 

86.07.14

NFS, RFS, and the Newcastle Connection

Robert Novak

 

86.08.08

Legal Aspects of UNIX and Multi-user Software

John Yates & Hank Jones

 

86.09.08

Can You Count on your UNIX Floating-Point Math Software?

Gene Spafford

 

86.10.06

TOLERANT Systems

 

 

86.11.03

History, Design, and Philosophy of the Multics system.

Malcolm Kemp

 

86.12.01

Tutorial on UUCP, Electronic Mail, and NETNEWS

Gene Spafford & Lindsay Cleveland

 

86.12.21

Holiday Season OPEN(2) House

Mark Landry

 

87.01.05

ACCELL, an Integrated development system

Ned Lowder

 

87.02.02

Software Development Methodologies for UNIX

Bill Appelbe

 

87.03.02

Comparison of System V, Rel. 3 STREAMS feature vs. BSD SOCKETS

Ron Hutchins

 

87.04.06

(Open Discussion)

(no speaker)

 

87.05.04

HP-UX and UNIX Standards

Nancy Batten

 

87.06.01

High Performance Database Non-relational Database Method as an Alternative to Relationals

Michael Cohen

 

87.07.06

The Multiflow Supercomputer -- An Alternative to RISC

Dave Parrish

 

87.07.28

AUUG PICNIC!!

 

 

87.09.14

Multiuser systems as an effective LAN alternative.

Mike Wells

 

87.10.05

Gould's new mini super-computer (NP1) & secure UNIX

Bill Groth

 

87.11.02

What Happens When UNIX is Booted

Lindsay Cleveland

 

87.12.07

Real-Time Material Flow Control Systems

Dr. James Majure

 

88.01.01

(No Jan. Meeting of The Atlanta UNIX Users Group)

(New Year's)

 

88.02.01

UNIX-Based Image Processes In The Emory Radiology Dept.

Mr. Till Noever

 

88.03.07

General Printing In The UNIX Environment

Mr. Bill Schmidt

 

88.04.04

Real-Time Video Digital Disk Implementation under UNIX

Allan Schrum

 

88.05.02

Free (or almost so!) Software

Brent Laminack

 

88.06.06

AT&T's UNIX Strategy for the Future

Royce Jones

 

88.07.11

Database Design for the 1990's

Mark Landry

 

88.08.01

Sequent BALANCE and SYMMETRY Systems

Tim Clark

 

88.09.12

The Open Software Foundation (OSF)--What is it

Bob Cutting

 

88.10.03

Integrated CASE with UNIX Systems

Jim Napolitano

 

88.11.07

Legal Issues in Software Development

John Yates & Michael Mattox

 

88.12.05

Real-time Programming in the UNIX Environment

John Wilsterman & Tom Ness

 

89.01.09

X.11/NeWS, Open Look, and Windowing in General

Warren Teitelman

 

89.02.06

ISDN - What Is It & What Will It Do?

Henry Whitfield

 

89.03.06

The NeXT Computer System

Steve Sieczko, Mark Landry

 

89.04.03

UNIX System 5, Rel 4.0; Features and Standards

Gary Thompson, Paul Sommers

 

89.05.01

How to Market Yourself--How to respond to a Recruiter

Peter Giroux

 

89.06.05

High-Performance UNIX Communications (Trailblazer)

Mike Ballard

 

89.07.10

Data General's DG/UX Operating System Speaker

Ron Charron

 

89.08.07

Heterogeneous Computing Today

Bob Cutting

 

89.09.11

AC Power; Protection and Conditioning

John Fields & Larry Griggs

 

89.10.02

Full-Featured Word Processing for UNIX Platforms

Harold Knight

 

89.11.06

The Korn Shell (KSH)

Arnold Robbins

 

89.12.04

Implementing DOS under UNIX

Mike Melo

 

90.01.08

DOS and UNIX Integration Through Networking

Regan Stern

 

90.02.05

SCO--Open Desktop

Bill Key

 

90.03.05

IBM's new RISC Workstation--System 6000. AIX System 3

Bob Butler

 

90.04.02

X-Windows--Is It Your Next Step?

Miles O'Neal

 

90.05.07

Why the Open Software Foundation chose the MACH Kernel

Bill Groth

 

90.06.04

Object Oriented Design--What it Is, Does, and Costs

Parnell Watkins

 

90.07.02

X-Window Terminals in Action

Nick Hennenfent

 

90.08.06

UNIX User Interfaces: Past & Future

Terry Keene

 

90.09.10

RISC--What is it? What does it do? How to compile for it

John Wilsterman

 

90.10.01

Networks, INTERNET, and other connection phenomena

Paul Anderson

 

90.11.05

Application Accelerator in Engineering and Science

Jeff Wilson

 

90.12.03

Recent Legal Issues In Software

Michael Mattox

 

91.01.07

Telebit 'NETBLAZER' network link over dialup lines

Cameron Mitchell

 

91.02.04

PROGRESS - 4GL RDBMS Application Development for UNIX

Ned Lowder

 

91.03.04

Distributed Computing Environment under OSF

Bob Cutting

 

91.04.01

Building with LEX and YACC

Vince Westin

 

91.05.06

Fault-Tolerant UNIX from Stratus

Doug Bailey

 

91.06.03

AIX Version 3

John Wilsterman

 

91.07.01

DATAFLEX DBM: What Makes it Different

Dan Creech

 

91.08.05

SCO - Open Desktop

Bob Crismond

 

91.09.09

MIPS: RISC Architecture of the 90's

Michael Watson

 

91.10.07

Disaster Recovery -- A Case Study

John DeArmond

 

91.11.04

Double-Vision: A Terminal Control Tool

Vince Freese

 

91.12.02

Symmetrical Multi-processing

Dennis Boylan

 

92.01.06

Network Server for DOS/NOVELL & UNIX TCP/IP

Raymond Monroe

 

92.02.03

PC Interface ... Networking PC's to UNIX

Scott Hartsell

 

92.03.02

Intel's Vision of Computer Architecture in the 90's

Calvin Stith

 

92.04.06

Windows, GUI Toolkits, and Other Oddities

Win Stickland

 

92.05.04

Moving from C to C++ with Minimal Impact

Dave Reed

 

92.06.01

Integrated Documentation Made Easy

Laurie Winfree

 

92.07.06

IDE C.A.S.E.

Paul Hale

 

92.08.03

Motorola: 80xxx Computer & Sys V UNIX

Dave Adams, Jim Cason, Mark Davidson

 

92.08.31

Computer Network Topology Management

Audie Hopins

 

92.10.05

The Computer Job Market

Peter Giroux

 

92.11.02

GNU AWK Tutorial

Arnold Robbins

 

92.12.07

Free Software Redux

Brent Laminack

 

93.01.04

UUCP, E-mail, Internet, and ARNO

Brent Laminack, Todd Reese, Nick Pope, Lindsay Cleveland

 

93.02.01

Sun: SparcCenter 2000

Dan Streuber

 

93.03.01

LAN/WAN Connectivity: Turning Theory Into Reality

John Dale

 

93.04.05

The Virtual Corporation: the Organization of the 90's

Doug Jordan

 

93.05.03

Structured Document and SGML Technology

Jack Gerblick

 

93.06.07

A View of the UNIX Desktop

John Zamierowski

 

93.07.05

Internet Access for the Masses (Open Forum)

 

 

93.08.02

UNIVEL: the future of NOVELL and UNIX

John Kiger

 

93.08.30

Speech Recognition for UNIX

Brantley Kelley & Mike Warfield

 

93.10.04

Recent Legal Aspects in Computing Technology

Paul Arne & Larry Street

 

93.11.01

New SUN Graphics Workstations

Jim Denenny

 

93.12.06

Stratus: Fault Tolerant UNIX

Brian Fields

 

94.01.03

Disaster Recover Planning

Steve Gruber

 

94.02.07

MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)

Keith Moore

 

94.03.07

Experience with Microsoft Windows/NT and SQL Server

Michael Rainey

 

94.04.04

Hewlett-Packard Introduces WABI for HP/UX

Bill Hassell

 

94.05.02

Intel: New Directions in Microprocessing

Calvin Stith

 

94.06.06

Software Maturity Lifecycle

David Trice

 

94.07.04

(Holiday, no meeting)

 

 

94.08.01

ATM Connectivity in the UNIX World

Bill Ryan

 

94.08.29

Surfing the Internet

David Day

 

94.10.03

NextStep: Where it is and Where it is Going

Tod Rieger

 

94.11.07

LINUX: UNIX Unchained!

Mark Horton

 

94.12.05

The PowerPC, Architectures and Alliances

Marc Miller

 

95.01.02

UNIX Multi-system Administration

Frank Eaton, Tim Caskey

 

95.02.06

Software and the Patent/Copyright Interface

David Lockman, Larry Street

 

95.03.06

The Rise and Fall of the UNIX Operating System

Brent Laminack

 

95.04.03

What's New in Korn Shell '93

Arnold Robbins

 

95.05.01

UNIX Training: A Survival Tool

Billie Anne Rice

 

95.06.05

Integrated Cached Disk Arrays

Vince Weston

 

95.07.10

Client/Server Technology

Darin Briskman

 

95.08.07

Employment in the 90's and Beyond

Peter Giroux

 

95.09.04

(Holiday, no meeting)

 

 

95.10.02

Wandering the Web

Marie Matthews

 

95.11.06

Marketing on Internet (Web Pages, Gopher Services)

Paul Flack

 

95.12.04

ATM, High-bandwidth Communications

Davin Bentti

 

96.01.08

(White Hall renovations; no meeting)

 

 

96.02.05

Automated UNIX Systems Administration

Mason Gibson

 

96.03.04

High Availability Storage Systems

Juan Orlandini

 

96.04.01

Discover the Lay of your LAN's

Neslon Murdoch

 

96.05.06

The JAVA Programming Language

Bill Worley

 

96.06.03

Identifying System Security Vulnerabilities

Michael Warfield

 

96.07.01

Multi-Protocol Data Access

Chris Norton

 

96.08.05

(Olympics; meeting cancelled)

 

 

96.09.09

LP Spooler Basics

Bill Hassell

 

96.10.07

How to manage your career and get more offers

Peter Giroux

 

96.11.04

Tricks with IP Translation

Brantley Coile

 

96.12.02

Electronic Commerce

Kevin Hayes

 

97.01.06

Storage Management

Ruth Hoffman

 

97.02.03

Digital Signatures

David Lockman

 

97.03.03

Static vs. Dynamic Routing

Lindsay Cleveland

 

97.04.07

Centerline: Bringing Reliable Software to Market

John Powell & Joy Kalinowski

 

97.05.05

Motorola: AIX 4.2 Applications on Power PC

Wayne Magee, John Bratton

 

97.06.02

PERL for Systems Admin & Web Tools

Alan Parker

 

97.07.07

Sun: An Update on JAVA

Mark Goldenberg

 

97.08.04

Stratus: Protecting IT with Fault-Tolerant UNIX

Brian Clemens & Tom Torre

 

97.09.08

Intel: Pentium-II and system technology update

Dave Debeliso

 

97.10.06

(no meeting: all Emory auditoriums busy)

 

 

97.11.03

Informix: Where it is and where it is going

Christie Long

 

97.12.01

Pencom: Routing/Bridging/Firewalls/Protocols

Martin Mihalic

 

98.01.05

Sun: Servers

Dan Baskette

 

98.02.02

Lightning - Recovery from

Mike Warfield

 

98.03.02

Security in Network-based Systems

Bill Hassell

 

98.04.06

The Law of Internet

Larry Street

 

98.05.04

Getting What You Want, Yet Keeping Everyone Happy

Peter Giroux

 

98.06.01

Migration from C/C++ to Solaris OE

Ricky Weisner

 

98.07.06

Jaguar Middle Tier Component Transaction Server

Wes Hewatt

 

98.08.03

The FBI Role in Computer Investigation

Jim Walker

 

98.08.31

(no meeting: Emory not assigning rooms yet)

 

 

98.10.05

Workforce Development, Reskilling

Susan Sims

 

98.11.02

Alternative Operating Systems

Paul Manno

 

98.12.07

Monterey Project: UNIX for A64 CPU

Michelle Talluto

 

99.01.04

(no meeting: White Hall being renovated)

 

 

99.02.01

SUN: Cascade: UNIX/NT/PC Interoperability

Mikel Manitius

 

99.03.01

HP: UNIX Kernel Tuning

Bill Hassell

 

99.04.05

How the Internet really works

Dennis Boylan

 

99.05.03

Legal Aspects of Y2K and E-Commerce

Paul Arne

 

99.06.07

Software Solutions to .com Your Enterprise

Orrin Char

 

99.07.06

(no meeting; White Hall renovation)

 

 

99.08.02

(no meeting; White Hall renovation)

 

 

99.08.30

(no meeting; White Hall renovation)

 

 

99.10.04

Increasing your Marketability into Year 2000

Peter Giroux

 

99.11.01

Securing UNIX/Linux

Michael Warfield

 

99.12.06

UNIX Performance Basics

Bill Hassell

 

00.01.03

(no meeting)

 

 

00.02.07

FBI's Role in Computer Investigation

David Ford

 

00.03.06

IBM's Linux strategy explained!

Scott Handy

 

00.04.03

Internet Business Model Patents

John R. Harris

 

00.05.01

Balancing your Network Load

Tom Cassidy

 

00.06.05

Compaq, 64-bit Alpha, and the Enterprise

Eddie Orcutt

 

00.07.03

(no meeting; holiday)

 

 

00.08.07

Silicon Graphics: Storage Area Network Technology

Randy Kreiser

 

00.09.04

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

00.10.02

Inflow: Maintaining a Co-location Center

Mike Bales

 

00.11.06

Citrix: Any UNIX Application to Any Device

Barry Flanagan

 

00.12.04

PHP: Why It Is Cool

Brent Laminack

 

01.01.01

(no meeting; New Year's Day)

 

 

01.02.05

Lucent: Measuring UNIX TCP Responsiveness

Ed Fair

 

01.03.05

C/C++ Memory Management

Steve Tamas

 

01.04.02

How to Survive the Dot-Com Implosion

Peter Lehrman

 

01.05.07

Effective Consulting

Tom Simon

 

01.06.04

Enterprise-wide Storage Management

Kenneth Lobb (IBM)

 

01.07.02

(no meeting; holiday)

 

 

01.08.06

(no meeting; summer)

 

 

01.09.03

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

01.10.01

Migration: Legacy to Web & Wireless

Andy Hedgecock

 

01.11.05

How the Internet Really Works (Update)

Dennis Boylan

 

01.12.03

Recent I.T. Legal Developments

Mark Grant

 

02.01.07

Self-Firewalled UNIX Servers

Thomas Akin

 

02.02.04

Broadcast News goes Digital

Dick Perin

 

02.03.04

System and Network Management of Linux using HP OpenView

George Vish

 

02.04.01

UNIX Performance FAQs

Bill Hassell

 

02.05.06

Service Management: How Important Is This to IT?

Drew Leeder

 

02.06.03

Linux, IBM and the mainframe

Jim Savoie

 

02.07.01

Cyberthreats and working with the FBI

Jerry Bechnel

 

02.08.05

Take back control of your (sysadmin) life!

Sam Howard

 

02.09.02

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

02.10.07

Cost-Effective Desktop Computing

Brent Laminack

 

02.11.04

Why Integrity and Controls Are So Misunderstood

Gene Kim

 

02.12.02

Business Continuance and Secure Provisioning with Solaris 9 

Michael Sweeney 

 

03.01.06

Storage Virtualization 

Jay Cropper 

 

03.02.03

Whence Java? 

Orrin Char

 

03.03.03

Comparison of Open Source Databases 

Brent Laminack 

 

03.04.07

Surviving in Atlanta's I.T. Job Market

Brian Mack

 

03.05.05

IBM's Linux Positioning Overview

Honora Faix; David Tidwell

 

03.06.02

Legal Issues in Software Development

Mark Grant

 

03.07.07

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

03.08.04

Storage performance and measurement

Vince Westin

 

03.09.01

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

03.10.06

Multi-Node Cluster Architecture for Mission-Critical OLTP Databases

Dave Brillhart

 

03.11.03

IPv6

Mike Warfield

 

03.12.01

Vmware: Server Virtualization

Mike DiPetrillo

 

04.01.05

Samba/CIFS installing, configuring, and troubleshooting

James Kirkland

 

04.02.02

Business Continuance and Recovery Strategy

Bill MacKorell

 

04.03.01

What's coming in Solaris 10 (Solaris "Next")

Scott Dickson

 

04.04.05

Tru64 UNIX Overview and Features

Christian Klein

 

04.05.03

Recent Legal Activity Affecting The I.T. Industry

Mark Grant

 

04.06.07

Creating and Using Recovery CD/DVD

Rob Pais

 

04.07.05

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

04.08.02

Approaches to SPAM scanning at Emory University

Curt Tucker

 

04.09.06

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

04.10.04

HDTV and DTV: The Battle Continues

Dick Perin

 

04.11.01

The Seven Most Deadly Sins of Linux Security

Bob Toxen

 

04.12.06

LDAP -- What is it and when it should be used

Mike Sweeny

 

05.01.03

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

05.02.07

Asterisk and Open Source Telephony

Mark Spencer

 

05.03.07

Oracle 10g on a Linux cluster

Kenny Smith

 

05.04.04

Alterative Processor Architectures and their Effect on Systems

Phil Turner (IBM)

 

05.05.02

RFID, How it Works and What It Will Mean To You

Lindsay Cleveland

 

05.06.06

International licensing and outsourcing

James Sanders; Sandra Sheets

 

05.07.04

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

05.08.01

Where is the Atlanta I.T. job market going?

Donna Frazier

 

05.09.05

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

05.10.03

Cell Broadband Engine Architecture (Supercomputer-on-a-chip)

Max Aguilar (IBM)

 

05.11.07

Puppet: Next-generation server automation

Luke Kanies

 

05.12.05

Intel Server Processors

Jim Barlow (Intel)

 

06.01.02

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

06.02.06

Debugging Apache with Dtrace

Ryan Matteson

 

06.03.06

WebSphere and MQSeries web integration

Dennis Perdue

 

06.04.03

Surviving in Atlanta's I.T. Job Market

Brian Mack

 

06.05.01

Solaris 10: new wonders to behold!

Ken Wilcox

 

06.06.05

Oracle Automatic Storage Management

Marvin Vinson

 

06.07.03

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

06.08.07

Current state of 802.11* Wireless Security

Mike Warfield

 

06.09.04

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

06.10.02

Solaris Virtualization

Ryan Matteson

 

06.11.06

Legal considerations for Open-Source and Blogs

Sandra Gardiner, Paul Arne

 

06.12.04

Open Source Databases: MySQL and PostgreSQL

Brent Laminack

 

07.01.01

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

07.02.05

(no meeting; HP building sold)

 

 

07.03.05

Deep Computing Capacity on Demand

John Wilsterman

 

07.04.02

Data Management with ZFS and Mixed Workloads

Michael P. Sweeney

07.05.07

Identity Management

Mike Reardon

 

07.06.04

Legal Issues concerning content not created by You!

Sandra Gardiner, Paul Arne

07.07.02

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

07.08.06

Java’s latest cool stuff

Michael P. Sweeney

 

07.09.03

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

07.10.01

Atlanta's I.T. Job Market in 2007

Brian Mack

 

07.11.05

Virtualization Technology; A Manifold Arms Race

Mike Warfield

 

07.12.03

(no meeting, speaker unavailable)

 

 

08/02/04

System Tools for Improving Java Performance

Ryan Matteson

 

08/03/03

Data De-duplication: Why and How

Scott Brightwell

08.04.07

Networking: Relationship Building in Business and Career

Jeffery Glaze

 

08.05.05

Open Source DBMS: What are the Requirements to Support Enterprise Class Applications?

Dan Plaza

 

08.06.02

Over-the-air TV: Analog to Digital

Dick Perin

08.07.07

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

08.08.04

Future of the Atlanta I.T. Job Market

Brian Mack

 

08.09.01

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

08.10.06

Securing the Secure Shell

Mike Warfield

08.11.03

Application Aware Storage

Garrett Larkin

 

08.12.01

Content Addressable Storage (CAS)

Steve Long

09.01.05

Novell SuSE Linux in the datacenter

Daniel Faile

 

09.02.02

Secure Shell Little Black Box Howto

Brent Laminack

 

09.03.02

Atlanta's I.T. Job Market(?)

Brian Mack

 

09.04.06

Solaris Network Virtualization

Ryan Matteson

09.05.04

Solid-State storage: new technology - new thinking

Brian Morris

 

09.06.01

The Security Implications of IPv6

Mike Warfield

 

09.07.06

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

09.08.03

Recent Developments in the Law of Web 2.0

Paul Arne

09.09.07

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

09.10.05

 Co-logging

 Ryan Matteson

 

09.11.02

 Navigating the World of Many Clouds

 Jeff Bounds

 

09.12.07

 UNIX in the home entertainment system

 Brent Laminack

10.01.04

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

10.02.01

Seat Belts and Airbags for bash

Michael Potter

 

10.03.01

Shell Programming, Take Two

Bill Hassel

 

10.04.05

Bilski v. Kappos Supreme Court decision: predictions on software patents

John R. Harris

 

10.05.03

Android development

Robert McCurdy

10.06.07

Storage Tiering and Virtualization

Vince Westin

 

10.07.05

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

10.08.02

(no meeting, speaker unavailable)

 

 

10.09.06

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

10.10.04

Personal Computer History: Artifacts from our past

David Greelish

10.11.01

Redundant data protection without the complexities of RAID

 

 

10.12.06

Solaris 11 Express: what's new and what to expect

Pavel Anni

 

11.01.03

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

11.02.07

Toward a Robust DNS

Mike Warfield

 

11.03.07

Atlanta's I.T. Job Market

Brian Mack

 

11.04.04

What you will do differently in Solaris 11 Express

Scott Dickson

 

11.05.02

Story of the disk drive

Brantley Coile

 

11.06.06

Recent Legal Developments in Open Source Software

Paul Arne

 

11.07.04

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

11.08.01

Connecting Linux hosts to LDAP

Ryan Matteson

 

11.09.05

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

11.10.03

(no meeting, facillity not yet availabe)

 

 

11.11.07

Beyond CRON: Automating cross-platform process scheduling

Pat Cameron

 

11.12.05

UNIX in The Cloud: private and public; an Open Forum

 

 

12.01.02

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

12.02.06

Creating distributed storage networks with the GlusterFS

Ryan Matteson

glusterfs-presentation.pdf

12.03.05

How I.T. decisions have social effects

Ken Melvin

 

12.04.02

(Meeting room at Matrix unavailable. Deferred to next month(

 

 

12.05.07

cfg2html collector

Bill Hassel

 

12.06.04

Can an API be copyrighted?

Marty Farrant

 

12.07.02

(no meeting; holiday weekend)

 

 

12.08.06

Perl Renaissance

Bruce Gray

 

12.09.03

(no meeting; Labor Day)

 

 

12.10.01

Solving Big Data Problems

Dr. Flavio Villanustre

 

12.11.05

Active Directory across diverse systems

John Kimberly

 

12.12.03

(no meeting facility available)

 

 

 

Last Updated on 23 April 2009
By Lindsay Cleveland
Email: lindsay@auug.org