Sessions, Wednesday, Meißen  

 

    Update on the Port to X86-64
    Camiel Vanderhoeven, R&D, VMS Software Inc.
 

In this session one of the key engineers on the OpenVMS port to X86-64 will present the current state of the port, and dive a little deeper into some specific elements of the implementation of the OpenVMS Operating System on the X86-64 Architecture.

Speaker Biography

 OpenVMS Kernel Engineer

    Erfahrungsbericht VSI-Migration
    Martin Vorländer, PDV-Systeme GmbH
 

Erfahrungsbericht der Migration auf VSI OpenVMS 8.4-2L1

Es werden die Erfahrungen bei der Migration des unter OpenVMS laufenden ERP-System der PDV-Systeme von OpenVMS Alpha 7.3-2 und OpenVMS I64 8.3-1H1 auf VSI OpenVMS 8.4-2L1 geschildert.
 

    OpenVMS in the Cloud
    Arie de Groot, AVTware
 

Run your Alpha and VAX applications in the Cloud

Recently the OpenVMS/Tru64 community has expressed interest in Cloud computing. A lot of discussion - pro and con - is going on about the possibility of OpenVMS in the Cloud. AVT doesn't participate in that debate, we continue to do what we are good at: providing a solution for an emerging demand. If a customer decides they want to run their OpenVMS or Tru64 applications in the Cloud, AVTware provides a solution for that. This presentation will address how to setup a secure operating environment while bringing your OpenVMS/Tru64 applications to the Cloud without changing your software.
 

    Modern OpenVMS System Management
    Johan Michiels, EuroVMS 
 

This session makes an inventory of the tools an OpenVMS system manager needs to monitor a complete production environment, as such delivering a real professional job. Some case studies related to security and long-distance clusters are discussed to illustrate the usefulness of those tools.
 

    eCube update/security update/VSI Alpha update
    Gerrit Woertman, Woertman Soest VMSConsultancy
 

Updates

Latest eCube development environment GDPR and VMS-security products VSI Alpha OpenVMS.