OpenVMS Boot Camp 2014

OpenVMS Boot Camp 2014

David Durant, RapidGen’s consulting lead is joining other OpenVMS practitioners for four days of technical content and peer-to-peer networking in Boston, USA. Attendees include HP OpenVMS engineers and executives, analysts, consultants, and industry professionals.

OpenVMS Boot Camp 2014
Doubletree by Hilton
44 Middlesex Turnpike
Bedford, Massachusetts, USA
29 Sep – 1 Oct, 2014.
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The OpenVMS Boot Camp is the only event that brings together OpenVMS customers, engineers, executives, and partners from around the world to learn from each other and subject matter experts. There will be over 50 sessions covering big data, cloud, databases, high availability, migration, performance, programming, secuity, storage, and virtualization.

One of the hottest topics will be the announcement in July that VMS Software Inc. (VSI) has been formed to continue development of OpenVMS. This has prompted a surge of creative energy to support modernization across the OpenVMS community.

VSI has been allocated three of the General Sessions and is offering one-on-one sessions with participants to encourage input from the OpenVMS community on the forward path of this Operating System. Of particular relevance for RapidGen customers are VSI’s plans to release a version for the x86 architecture, currently proposed for 2016.

RapidGen is committed to supporting this new version of OpenVMS on x86 and to porting Genius Suite and other RapidGen software to this platform soon after its release.

David will also be attending the Pre-Conference Seminar “OpenVMS Boot Camp: Modernization – What is Being Done and How – Open Source, Web, Cloud and…BEYOND!” on Sunday 28 September.

Are You Attending OpenVMS Boot Camp 2014?

Please let us know if you’re attending and we can arrange for you to meet up with David Durant.
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