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07/16/2013

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Michaelmelillo

I agree, Andrew!

I spent the day with a group of virtualization and cloud pioneers at the NY area zVM user group (MVMUA) meeting at Marist College. The group has been meeting for 40 years, and these folks have moved incredible amounts of Linux workloads on to System z mainframes. There is a birth of effective and ingenious GUI based tools being built by vendors that will allow application, development and SYS admin users from the distributed side to easily manage Linux servers run by the zVM hypervisor, and cross-platform (x, p).

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