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TruCluster 5.0 From VMS Users Perspective
Topic Area:
Track: Open VMS
Topic: UNIX Integration
Type:  Breakout Session

Schedule:
11/10/99   11:30 AM     Duration: 60 Min.     Room: 3

Presenter:
Rochelle Lauer
Director High Energy Physics Computing, Yale University  

Abstract:
Some VMS sites need to migrate to UNIX for reasons including application availability and support. With the introduction of TruCluster 5.0 the TruCluster product appears to have many of the features of VMScluster. This session provides technical information on TRU64 UNIX TruCluster for the VMScluster System Manager. The session contrasts and compares the features of VMScluster and TruCluster. The session provides the VMS system manager with the information necessary to make the correct decisions in migrating from VMScluster or integrating a TruCluster with VMScluster. In particular the session points out differences that need to be addressed before migrating applications from VMS.

Objectives:
Compare the TruCluster Product with VMScluster
 
Understand the Consequences of Moving VMScluster to TruCluster
 
Understand How to Integrate TruCluster with VMScluster  

Prerequisites for attendees:
VMScluster Experience

Required Skill Level:
Advanced
For experienced professionals in application development & system management; those working on large & complex systems

                                                                                                                                                                           

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